Greeneville Police Department

  • Agency: Greeneville Police Department
  • Address: 200 N College St, Greeneville, 37745 TN
  • Chief: Mack Jones (Chief of Police)

Greeneville Police Department is located at 200 N College St, Greeneville, 37745 TN. The Chief of Police of the department is Mack Jones. The Greeneville Police Department phone number is 423-639-7105.

Greeneville Police Department News

Are you interested in serving your community and have an interest in Law Enforcement? If so, the Greeneville Police Department will be accepting Applications for our Auxiliary Officer Program through December 31, 2017. Applications can be picked up at the Police Department. Requirements for the program are as follows: 1. Must be 21 years of age 2. Must not have any Felony Convictions and no Misdemeanors that would be in contraindication with good Moral Character 3. Must complete an Intense Background Check 4. Must complete a Physical Exam 5. Must complete a Psychological Exam 6. Must complete a Work -Steps If hired for a position it is imperative that attendance at regular meetings/ training sessions on the first Wednesday evening of each month is met by the officer. Also, Greeneville Police Department Auxiliary Police Officer are required to attend all meeting/training sessions. The Auxiliary Police will Comply with P.O.S.T. rules and regulations. The Greeneville Police Department furnishes a Uniform and the Auxiliary Officer is responsible for his /her duty gear. .

As the weather starts turning colder we see an increase in Auto Thefts and Burglaries. Please be aware of where you park your vehicle preferably under lighting and ALWAYS ALWAYS lock the doors. Don't leave any valuables visible inside the vehicle. Don't leave the vehicle running and unattended! It might seem like you’ll only be away from the car for such a short time that it’s not worth turning the engine off – perhaps you’re just running into a store, or back into the house to pick up something you forgot. But an opportunist thief only needs a couple of seconds to enter your vehicle and be gone . The same goes if you’re de-icing your car on a cold winter morning – If you must start your vehicle on cold mornings, have a spare key and lock the doors. Keep an eye on the vehicle. Auto theft is a Crime of Opportunity. Don't make it easy for your Ride to become someone else's Ride!

The East Tennessee Region of The Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network is in search of Volunteers. If interested in helping this organization please contact Amy Dolinky by email adolinky@tspn.org . Please share as there maybe someone who would like to volunteer but not have access to the information.

Thanks so much to DaVita, Marcy and Penny who work there for all the great food and drinks.

Congratulations Jim!!!! We are proud of you.

The Greeneville police Department is seeking the public's assistance in identification of the below pictured male. Anyone who may have information may contact Detective Stacey Hobbs at 783-2814, call the tip line at 783-2868 or private message this page.

Please keep Officer Winstead in your thoughts and prayers. He is employed by the Jefferson City Police Department .

The Greeneville police Department is seeking the public's assistance in identification of the below pictured female. Anyone who may have information may contact Detective Stacey Hobbs at 783-2814, call the tip line at 783-2868 or private message this page.

The Greeneville police Department is seeking the public's assistance in identification of the below pictured male. He appears to have multiple tattoos and walks with a limp. Anyone who may have information may contact Detective Stacey Hobbs at 783-2814, call the tip line at 783-2868 or private message this page.

We would like to share the following information of upcoming events in the community. On Tuesday October 17th at Trinity United Methodist Church there will be a Free “Senior Fall Fling” 10 am- 2pm. On October 26th Morning Pointe Assisted Living is hosting a Halloween event at 6pm for children to come dressed in their costumes! On November 7th Detective Eddie Short will be the guest speaker at the monthly LEASE meeting held at Roby Senior Center at 9am. Also, the “Be A Santa to a Senior” service program is looking for partners to set up a Christmas tree in their business with names of in need seniors on it for customers to choose and purchase a gift for. Lots going on in the upcoming weeks!

Come join us for Coffee with a Cop ! Enjoy a free cup of Coffee Wednesday October 4, 2017 at Catalyst Cafe or McDonald’s on Tusculum Blvd 7-9 am.

The Greeneville Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in identification of the below pictured males.The two are persons of interest in an ongoing investigation. Anyone with information may call Detective Eddie Short at 783-2828, private message this page, or call the Tip line at 783-2868

There will be a house moved today starting anytime from Union St to Carson St, expect delays on W. Main. Both lanes may be blocked at times. We appreciate your patience.

We proclaim that Cody Landers is an Honorary K-9 Officer of the Greeneville Police Department

The Greeneville Police Department and the Greene County Sheriff's Office are communicating with Rose Hill Funeral Home and will be assisting with the family's wishes for Cody Landers. We send our sympathies to the family during this most difficult time.

Tomorrow is the big day! What can you do? Simply say "thank you" to your local law enforcement community. It goes a long way. THANK YOU!

The traffic light in front of Lowes is malfunctioning we are aware and working on getting it fixed.

Thanks to these two ladies and to Publix grocery store for providing lunch

Thanks to these two lovely ladies and to the staff at Cash Express for the delicious cake and for always thinking of us.

Its time for our monthly outstanding Warrants List. We are very appreciative of any and all information provided. Several have already been picked up thanks to the tips provided. Working together, we can ensure these individuals are held accountable for their actions. Please continue to share this post as some of the individuals may be in surrounding counties and or states trying to avoid arrest. . If you have any information about any of these individuals, DO NOT attempt to apprehend them. Contact the Greeneville Police Department at 639-7111, the Greene County Sheriffs Office at 798-1800, private message this page, or leave an anonymous tip on the Tip Line at 423-783-2868. Information will be kept confidential. The following individuals are wanted for Arrest by the GPD: 1. David C Caroppoli W/M Failure to Appear on Worthless Checks ( Believed to be in the area based upon recent worthless check writing) ARRESTED 2. James Hall W/M Failure to Appear on Forgery 3. Larry Mason Banks W/M Criminal Summons for Theft <$500.00 4. Melissa N. Noel W/F Failure to Appear on Aggravated Burglary 5. Billicmisha Smith B/F Theft >$1000.00- < $10,000.00 6. Kevin Taylor B/M Theft < $500.00 7. Harley Ward W/M Felony Worthless Checks > $1000.00- <$10,000.00 8. Louis Wall B/M Aggravated Assault ( ARRESTED) 9. George Flevaris W/M Theft of Property 10. Victoria G Wright W/F Failure to Appear on Theft over 500 11. Warren Houser W/M Felony Worthless Checks 12. Tina Akins W/F Shoplifting (ARRESTED) 13. Paul Massaro W/M Violation of Sex Offender Registry

The Greeneville Police Department wishes to invite everyone to participate in "Thank A Police Officer Day" on September 16, 2017. If you see an Officer out during your daily activities let them know you appreciate them! Thank you to the citizens of Greeneville for allowing us to Serve and Protect you !

The Greeneville Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in identification of the below pictured males. The males are persons of interest in an ongoing investigation. Anyone with any information may contact Detective Stacy Hobbs at 783-2814, private message this page, or leave an anonymous tip on the tip line at 783-2868. As always, all persons are considered innocent until proven guilty.

********************Identification has been made.****************************** The Greeneville Police Department is seeking assistance with identification of the below pictured male who is a person of interest in an ongoing investigation. The male appears to have tattoos on his left arm and shoulder, a bushy beard, and was accompanied by a woman and a dog. Anyone able to provide information may call Detective Stacy Hobbs at 783-2814, private message this page, or call the Tip Line at 783-2868. As always, all individuals are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

With the start of school this week, we want to remind everyone to please be mindful of children walking to and from school, school buses picking up and dropping children off, and to slow down in all school zones. Just a few tips to make your mornings easier for you and your children: Get you and your children up early enough to have time for breakfast, plan your route so you are not pressed for time, and most importantly have a conversation with your children to let them know school is an important part of their life and that you are proud of them and love them! Lets all make this the best year ever for our kids and schools! Remember SLOW Down in SCHOOL ZONES!

Turn Signals, every car has them but yet they remain a mystery to most drivers. The following Public Service Announcement by an Indiana State Trooper should help. Please use your turn signals, its the law and its the courteous thing to do. Be safe in your travels this week.