|Portrayed by||Robert Ridgely|
|Profession||Mayor of Beverly Hills|
|Affiliation||(formerly) Harold Lutz|
Egan was a well-meaning politician and civic adminstrator who made his only major mistake when he personally appointed Harold Lutz as the new chief of police for the Beverly Hills Police Department. Lutz did everything he could to stay on Egan's good side, including wrapping up unfinished cases and firing all the old cops on the force whom he deemed "disobedient" or potentially "trouble-shooting", some of whom had been decades-long veterans.
However, Lutz proved grossly incompetent when the city of Beverly Hills was hit by the Alphabet Crimes wave, which was the prelude for a major arms deal between Maxwell Dent and Nikos Thomopolis. When Detroit detective Axel Foley and his Beverly Hills compatriots Billy Rosewood and John Taggart came behind the truth and prevented the arms shipping, they were instantly berated by Lutz for starting a firefight (disregarding the fact that this was done in self-defense). However, in the course of that "discussion", Egan was shown Thomopolis' notebook in which the deal was recorded. When Lutz still continued to verbally abuse Rosewood and Taggart, Egan grew sick of Lutz's attitude and fired him, effective immediately. He later appointed Andrew Bogomil as the new chief of police.