Our Employees of the Month

Greenville Police Officers Phillip Brown and Christopher McCart joined the Greenville Police Department in the summer of 2015. After graduating from the police academy and field training, they were assigned to the 150 Platoon and frequently found themselves patrolling an area with a quantity of nuisance, trespassing, and disorderly...
Greenville Police Officers Phillip Brown and Christopher McCart joined the Greenville Police Department in the summer of 2015. After graduating from the police academy and field training, they were assigned to the 150 Platoon and frequently found themselves patrolling an area with a quantity of nuisance, trespassing, and disorderly...
Officer Thomas Moore is a highly motivated training officer who is dedicated to quality recruit officer training. He balances limitations with appropriate challenges, using the philosophy “I give them as much as they can handle… and then I give them a little more.” Certified as a Field Training Officer...
Ms. Jennifer Beers’ responsibilities include entering sales tickets from local pawn and precious metal shops into an online data system used to detect stolen items. While entering data, she noticed that several subjects engaged in repeat pawn sales, and provided information about these prolific sellers to a detective. One involved...
Officer Andrew League has been with the department for only two and a half years, but has already made an impact within the community. He is an example of true compassion, acting as a role model for the children he meets. Kids within his beat automatically run to greet Officer...
A violent subject, with thirteen active felony warrants for his arrest, had evaded the US Marshals Service-Fugitive Task Force for approximately two months. The subject was sought on the following charges: 4 counts of Kidnapping 3 counts of possession of a weapon during a violent crime 2 counts of...