Greenville County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Greenville County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 4 McGee Street, Greenville, 29601 SC
  • Chief:
Phone: 864-271-5210

Greenville County Sheriff's Office is located at 4 McGee Street, Greenville, 29601 SC. The Greenville County Sheriff's Office phone number is 864-271-5210.

Greenville County Sheriff's Office News

Did you ever want an insight on what it is like to work as a 911 dispatcher or have questions regarding the 911 system? Check out this great segment by Chris Evans, as he interviews the GCSO Communications Director, David Deitz and Principal Communications Specialist, Angie Houston.

***UPDATE*** Randie Blanchard has been located. ***MISSING PERSON ALERT*** Deputies from the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office are searching for missing 57 year-old, Randie Blanchard, who was last seen on Ghana Drive, at around 10:00am. Blanchard is described as a white female, with shoulder-length blonde hair. She was last seen wearing blue Capri sweatpants with a blue t-shirt, and floral-colored shoes. Blanchard is known to suffer from schizophrenia and has exhibited symptoms of memory loss. As of now a CODE RED alert has been issued and GCSO bloodhounds are assisting in the search. If anyone locates Blanchard, deputies request they call 911 immediately, and stand by with her until law enforcement officials arrive on scene. People who wish to call with tips anonymously may do so at Crime Stoppers of Greenville at 23-CRIME.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the loved ones of Mike McCormick and Aaron Smeltzer and everyone at the Wyff4 family.

Yesterday, members from the Greenville County Sheriff's Office were honored to court the fine residents from the The Woodlands at Furman to their Annual Senior Prom.

Yesterday, under the sworn oath conducted by Clerk of Court, Paul B. Wickensimer,440 deputies from the Greenville County Sheriff's Office were officially sworn in under Sheriff Johnny Mack Brown.

****UPDATE**** Maria Elsie Tamayo Tobon has been located and is safe. ***MISSING PERSON ALERT*** Deputies from the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office are searching for 67 year-old, Maria Elsie Tamayo Tobon. Maria was last seen this morning, just after 9:00am, on West Crossridge Drive, in Greenville. She was last seen wearing a blue nightgown with slippers. Maria has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and only speaks Spanish. The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office has issued an alert through a program called “A Child is Missing”, which issues phone alerts through nearby residents. The Sheriff’s Office currently has bloodhounds on the ground, assisting in the search. Several photographs are attached for dissemination. If anyone locates Maria, please call 911 immediately and stand by with her until law enforcement officials arrive on scene.

Thank you to the The Greenville News for this great article, which provides great insight into our Hazardous Devices Unit

***ASSISTANCE REQUESTED*** Investigators with the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office are seeking information related to a burglary that occurred at a residence on Birchbend, in Cleveland, South Carolina, during the time frame of April 13th – April 27th. The various pictured items were stolen during the commission of the burglary, and investigators are looking for information that can assist them in locating these items, as well as identifying the person(s) responsible. Anyone who has information related to this case is asked to call Crime Stoppers of Greenville at 23-CRIME.

Happy Birthday Quandraveon!! This little guy has a passion to pursue a career in law enforcement 🙂. For his 5th birthday, Quandraveon toured the Greenville County Law Enforcement Center and Detention Center with his mom and brother. If you or your group would like to schedule a tour of the Law Enforcement Center, please contact Sergeant Natalie Hill at the GCSO Public Affairs Office on 864-467-5577.

GCSO deputies and GPD officers were honored to be invited as guests of Tyler's birthday party yesterday at GHS Children's Hospital! They all had a wonderful time and wish Tyler an awesome year :) Greenville Police Department Chick-fil-A Cherrydale Point

Yesterday, our Community Patrol Crime Prevention Unit was invited to the West Greenville Active Day Center’s Officer Appreciation celebration. We thank all of the wonderful, caring people there who support and think of the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office!

Law Enforcement Memorial Service

Yesterday, along with the Greenville Police Department, we hosted our Annual Law Enforcement Memorial Service, where we remember all of the fallen officers who lost their lives protecting the citizens of Greenville County. We want to give a special thank you to all of the law enforcement officers, families, media personnel, and attendees who took part in this special event.

Very special thank you to WSPA 7News, Jack Roper and Megan Heidlberg for their segment on Law Enforcement Week and the collaboration with our friends at LEAD Greenville.

It is an honor to present the deputy and civilian of the quarter awards to Deputy Brandon Surratt, Deputy Michael Callison and Vickie Failor. These great employees are the epitome of public service and we are so thankful for their actions and dedication, that help keep our community safe. Thank you Brandon, MIchael, and Vickie for all that you do!

We want to give a very special thanks to LEAD Greenville for having Sheriff Johnny Mack Brown and Greenville Police Chief Ken Miller on a special PSA segment today. We are very thankful for all of the community support that is provided through LEAD Greenville. Please stay tuned and check out LEAD Greenville for the release of the full video segment.

Help end homelessness in Greenville County by GIVING SMART! Greenville Police Department Fox Carolina News WYFF News 4 WSPA 7News WLOS ABC 13 94-5 WGTK The Answer 106.3 WORD Spinx The Salvation Army of Greenville County, SC Triune Mercy Center

Great turnout of around 750 people that attended today's active shooter training. Thank you to all of Greenville County Emergency Management, Pro Active Response Group, Redemption, and all of the attendees who demonstrated the willingness to empower those in your respective organizations, with the ability to survive an active shooter encounter.

Come and join us today for Sgt. Brian Donnelley Safety Awareness Day @ Eastside Family YMCA! Until NOON Adopt-A-Cop GCSO

The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office would like to invite everyone to our 2nd Annual 5k race, on May 19th, which benefits the W.A.R Fund. The W.A.R fund is a 501c(3) non-profit that provides monetary support to Greenville County Deputies injured in the line of duty. Please see the attached flyer for further details and click on the below link to register!

We are honored to have these amazing deputies represented at the 2018 National Interdiction Conference in Denver, Colorado. Master Deputies Al Cannon, and David Harrison, along with Deputy Raleigh Stokes were all recognized Nationally, for their criminal enforcement achievements as part of the interdiction team, right here, in Greenville County! Al Cannon- Most crack cocaine seized on the interstate David Harrison-Largest seizure of untaxed cigarettes Al Cannon & Raleigh Stokes-Medal of Valor (Sorry for the was a long way away)

Investigators with the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office are seeking information from the public regarding an arson that occurred on April 28, 2018, at Camperdown Academy, located at 501 Howell Road. During the course of investigation, investigators learned that at approximately 11:30pm, two subjects came onto the campus. One of the subjects threw a drink on the entrance doors and then proceeded to light two recycling bins on fire. The subjects then left the school, heading towards Edwards Road, in a dark-colored vehicle. As a result of the arson, the school faces damages in excess of $24,000. Investigators ask that anyone with information regarding this case, to include information pertaining to the identities of the suspect, call Crime Stoppers of Greenville at 23-CRIME.

We are honored to present our newly promoted Master Deputies, Wes Kilgore, Andy Moates and Ashleigh May. In addition, we are honored to present our newly promoted Sergeant, Robert May. Thank you for your leadership and continued service to the citizens of Greenville County!

Today, our Greenville County Sheriff's Office family mourns the passing of Deputy Mike Atwell. Deputy Atwell served 19 years in Law Enforcement and 17 with the GCSO. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his entire family. As many of you know, the financial hardships often associated with the loss of a family member can be extremely difficult, and Deputy Atwell is leaving behind a wife and two children. For those who feel compelled to help their family from a financially standpoint, please visit the below gofundmepage.