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Greenville North Carolina Police Station Information
As of August 2022, there are 214 registered sex offenders living in Greenville. The ratio of sex offenders to residents is 424 to 1.
Greenville is rated a D- for crime and safety because of its higher than average crime rate. The overall crime rate of the city is higher than the national average by 31%. In fact, 79% of the cities in the US are considered safer than Greenville. The chances of becoming a victim of a crime is 1 in 33. However, the city’s total year over year crimes has also decreased by 12%.
The Greenville Police Department is responsible for maintaining peace and order within the community. It is composed of several bureaus, divisions, and units. The Field Operations Bureau handles all general law enforcement tasks as well as preventative patrol. It consists of the Patrol and the Special Operations Divisions. The Patrol Division is made up of four rotating platoons that serve the community 24/7. The Special Operations Division is made up of the Gang Unit, Center City Unit, Housing Authority, Traffic Safety Unit, and the Reserve Officer Program. The Criminal Investigations Bureau consists of Major Crimes, Property Crimes, Special Investigations, Forensic Services, Violent Crime Reduction, and Special Victims Unit. The Administrative Services Bureau is responsible for providing administrative support services to the department. The head of the GPD is Chief of Police Mark Holtzman. You can reach him directly by calling (252) 329-4338 or via email at [email protected].
Greenville Police Department Address:
500 S Greene Street
Greenville, NC 27834
Greenville Police Department Phone Number:
Greenville Police Department Additional Information:
Address 1: 500 S. Greene Street
State: North Carolina
Zip Code: 27834
Phone #: 252-329-4315
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 70,000
Number of Officers: 185