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Greenville South Carolina Police Station Address: 4 McGee St, Greenville, SC 29601, United States


46 ago
Officers Motz, top, and Irvin, bottom, out on the course, making sure things run safely at this morning’s 41st Annual TD Bank Reedy River Run! #gvlpd https://t.co/ZUp5yMAMDm

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22 hours ago
MPO Crawford and Ofc. Phillips, taking part in the @CityGreenville‘s 2nd Annual Bike vs. Bus vs. Car Race through downtown, with a finish line in front of City Hall! #gvlpd https://t.co/agHS7HU9tu

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2 days ago
GPD Chief Ken Miller and GCSO Interim Sheriff Johnny Mack Brown just accepted donated AED’s for our departments outside the LEC. Now activated, these machines are ready to save lives if needed. #gvlpd https://t.co/RAHOC0q6ej

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2 days ago
Around lunchtime, there was a collision with injuries on Haywood Road, in which one vehicle was completely flipped over, disallowing traffic flow surrounding the ramps to I-385. Roads are now completely re-opened. #gvlpd https://t.co/NE1EcC2TUT

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2 days ago
Please help us reunite this friendly pit mix with her rightful owner. She was picked up, wearing a neon/black collar (no rabies tag) on the 300 block of Hampton Ave. yesterday. She’ll be at the @GvlAnimalCare shelter and available for adoption in approximately 5 days. #gvlpd https://t.co/I43h0LdBEm

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Greenville Police Department47 ago

Officers Motz, top, and Irvin, bottom, out on the course, making sure things run safely at this morning’s 41st Annual TD Bank Reedy River Run! #gvlpd

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Greenville Police Department17 hours ago

We’re opening up the application window again, for both certified and non-certified officers. Through the link below, the application will be available ONLY between April 23 and May 4. You’re going to want to use Google Chrome and find the application under the advertisement, titled “POLICE OFFICER – 2018”.

What you’ll need:

– 10 years of previous employment and residences
– Three professional references
– Two personal references

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/greenvillesc

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Greenville Police Department added 10 new photos — in Greenville, South Carolina.22 hours ago

Officer Nate Phillips and Master Patrol Officer Jessica Crawford, two of the GPD’s bicycle officers, competed against the users of other forms of transportation available in downtown Greenville, all to celebrate Earth Day 2018, which is Sunday, April 22. The GPD cyclists didn’t win this year, but, they sure did have a good time! #gvlpd

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Greenville Police Department added 13 new photos.2 days ago

Greenville Police Chief Ken Miller and Greenville County Interim Sheriff Johnny Mack Brown accepted 10 automated external defibrillators for their respective agencies, to be used in emergency situations. This gift was made through the kindness of the South Carolina Racquetball Players’ Association in cooperation with Sportsclub Fitness and OB Hospitalist Group. Each unit is valued at approximately $1,500. The GPD received two machines, and the GCSO eight. After activation, the AED’s were ready to be used should officers and deputies encounter someone suffering cardiac arrest.

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Greenville Police Department2 days ago

Around lunchtime, there was a collision with injuries on Haywood Road, in which one vehicle flipped over, disallowing traffic flow surrounding the ramps to I-385. Roads are now completely re-opened. #gvlpd

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Greenville Police Department2 days ago

REUNION REQUEST: One of our animal control officers picked up this light and dark brown female pit bull mix on the 300 block of Hampton Avenue yesterday. She was wearing a neon and black collar, but no rabies tag. We’d love to get this happy girl back with her rightful owner. Proof of ownership, like the rabies tag, is required. If not, she’ll be available for adoption from the Greenville County Animal Care shelter in approximately five days. #gvlpd