The City's Police and Fire departments and
GM 9-1-1 have seen an increase in the need for safe,
fun teen programs on Independence Day.
To meet this need this summer, the City wants to plan
teen-friendly July 4 events, one per City Council district.
To accomplish this, the City wants to partner with
community youth service providers, offering up to $1,000
to host an event (i.e. sports tournaments, dances, cookouts, gaming tournaments, etc.).
Here’s how you can apply.
Emergency -- 911 Non-emergency -- 336-373-2222
Crime Stoppers -- 336-373-1000
|Our Mission: Partnering to fight crime for a safer Greensboro.
Our Vision: To be a national model for exceptional policing through
our commitment to excellence, selfless public service,
and effective community partnerships.
From Police Chief Wayne Scott
Welcome to the official website of the Greensboro Police Department. Members of GPD are committed to making Greensboro safer and improving quality of life for everyone who works, lives and visits the Gate City.
We see you as equal partners in public safety. And any good partnership, of course, requires timely and effective communication. We hope you use our website and social media sites to enhance communication and create long-term partnerships to solve problems, reduce crime and improve quality of life.
By clicking on "Our Communities," you can find your neighborhood link and learn about your patrol division's commander and Community Resource Officers. Each page contains ways to contact the officers serving your area.
The "I Want To" link connects you to information on more than a dozen services, including fingerprinting, retrieving a towed vehicle, and getting a child safety seat inspected. Some services, such as registering a bicycle and requesting a police officer to speak at an event, can be done online.
We will continue to add new content to this site to keep it relevant and increase service to you, so visit us frequently. Save www.gsopd.org to your favorites. "Like" us on Facebook. Send us a Tweet. Check out our Pinterest boards.
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Greensboro Police Foundation
Mission: A Safe City that is Good for Business, Good for People, and Good for Life
As today's policing becomes more difficult and challenging, and the demand for the City's resources increases in many areas, some of the most important needs of the Greensboro Police Department are beyond the scope of the City's budget.
The Greensboro Police Foundation can provide funding so officers can have the best training and equipment possible in order to provide the highest level of service to its residents. The Greensboro Police Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization.
If you have an emergency, call 9-1-1.
To report something that is not an emergency, call 336-373-2222.
Public Information Officer - 336-574-4002, e-mail
Office of Community Engagement - 336-373-2636, e mail
Professional Standards - 336-373-2468
Office of the Chief of Police - 336-373-2085.
300 W. Washington St.
Greensboro, NC 27402
Note: GPD’s social media sites are not monitored 24/7.
Have a suggestion on how to improve this site? Contact GPD's Public Information Officer Susan Danielsen by e-mail or call 336-574-4002.