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Green River Police Department is located at 375 W Flaming Gorge Way, Green River, 82935 WY. The Chief of Police of the department is John V Love. The Green River Police Department phone number is 307-872-0555.
As a mark of solemn respect for the victims of the terrible act of violence perpetrated in Thousand Oaks, California, on November 7, 2018
No-Shave November is here! No, its not winter is coming let’s get hairy. The No-Shave month is where participants forgo shaving and grooming in order to evoke conversation and raise cancer awareness. This November our GRPD Officers along with the GRFD Firefighters will be participating. Cancer is a big concern, so is diabetes, and other illnesses that affect our children. Our department is forgoing the razor to raise awareness against these illnesses, and also to raise money for local foundations that help local families. How it works! Each GRPD/GRFD member that participates will donate personally to the cause and put down the razor, not only for November but we are adding in December in our No-Shave effort, each month is a new donation. Don’t worry even those who can’t grow a beard are participating, just by donating. Some will even grow their faux beards. Stay tuned for pics as we get hairy for childhood illnesses.
David Grover from Salt Lake City stopped in to the GRPD to show us the flags that he has made to honor all the fallen officers. He has been gathering patches and having them signed on the back of the flag with the names of each fallen officer from each department. He displays these flags on his BBQ truck. This was a great show of support. Chief Tom Jarvie along with Officers; Kirkwood, Bach, Owens, Nielson and Benson are pictured holding the flags.
Mischief is going on at the GRPD this Halloween. Chief Jarvie caught a couple robbers in the lobby looks like jail time for Andrea and Jamie. Watch out Sergeant Cronk looks like you have an impersonator.
Getting the lobby ready for those Trick-or-Treaters
The GRPD Welcomes Andrea Lancaster into the GRPD family. Andrea comes to us from Rock Springs, an RSHS graduate. Andrea is joining our team as an Administrative Services Technician. She brings her knowledge of law enforcement records, joining us from the RSPD. Andrea is bilingual and is already proving to be a great asset to our department. We are excited to have her on board. You will find her located in our PD lobby, let's give her a big GR welcome. (Pictured; Captain Janet Kauchich, Andrea Lancaster, Captain Shaun Sturlaugson)
We had a good event. Take Back Day brought in almost 19 pounds of old prescription drugs. Look for another take-back event in April 2019. Thanks to Smith's Food & Drug for helping out.
National drug take back event going on now at Smith’s Food & Drug in Green River. 10:00-2:00
Stop in and 'Trick or Treat' in our lobby from 1-5pm on Halloween.
All Hallows Eve is approaching, are you ready!
Green River Police Department will have officers on Pumpkin Patrol on Halloween evening. The Green River Police Department encourages everyone to have an enjoyable and safe evening. A few safety tips are: • Younger children should be accompanied by an adult and wear bright colored, reflective clothing or carry a flashlight or glow stick • Older children trick or treat in groups • Have parents check your candy at the end of the evening • Motorists be aware of trick-or-treaters on foot and trick-or-treaters be aware of vehicles when crossing streets, turn on your headlights before it gets dark. • Remember to use crosswalks or cross the street at intersections. • Do your trick or treating early. • Don’t wear masks that interfere with your vision, or your hearing. • Avoid houses that don’t have lights on. If you see a Green River Police Car with a lit pumpkin on top, the officers will be handing out candy to trick-or-treaters. Green River Police Department will be participating in Trick or Treating Downtown until 5:00 pm on October 31.
The City of Green River Police Department is accepting applications for a Police Officer position. Whether you are a new recruit, or a current certified Officer looking for a change of scenery, our department has much to offer. Under general supervision and direction, a Police Officer will patrol an assigned beat and investigate incidents in the enforcement of law and order in the protection of life and property and perform special assignments as requested. The City of Green River offers a very generous benefits package, retirement program, and wellness benefits. Applications can be found in the Employment section of the City of Green River website, under the application tab. Must be 21 years of age to apply. Interviews for this position will be taking place on or around November 5th, 2018 Click the link for more information or to apply. https://utilities.cityofgreenriver.org/eSuite.Recruit/Default.aspx?JobID=17