The Greenville Police Department has some advice to anybody who thinks they’ve seen Bigfoot in the city — don’t shoot.
One arrest led to the uncovering of one of the largest caches of child pornography in South Carolina history, according to Sheriff Will Lewis.
More African-Americans have positive perceptions of the Greenville Police Department than did in 2014, although the percentage still lags significantly behind that of white residents.
One of the most dangerous drugs on the streets has finally made its way to the Upstate, according to officials.
Leo, a black Belgian Malinois, is a dual purpose K-9 trained for regular patrol as well as detecting explosives.
Authorities are investigating the death of Mike Mecklenburg, a member of the City of Greenville’s Design Review Board, who was found shot to death in his vehicle early Friday morning.
A lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of South Carolina’s disturbing schools law that had a Travelers Rest High student among the plaintiffs has been dismissed.
The series will use dash cams and video technology to show law enforcement officers doing their jobs.
Bob Jones University will host the Allen Jacobs Memorial Prayer Breakfast Thursday, March 16, to honor the memory of Officer Allen Jacobs and recognize law enforcement professionals across Greenville County.
The Greenville Police Department has a new crime-fighting canine patrolling the streets.
Greenville County deputies and crime-fighting canines face the threat of overdosing on the very drugs they’re investigating.
Greenville County has a new sheriff, and he wants to make changes to how things have traditionally been done.
Last week, Greenville County Council unanimously agreed that a $135,000 grant from the South Carolina Public Safety Coordinating Council would be used to purchase 125 body cameras for the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office.
In the wake of high-profile police killings and misconduct incidents across the country, state and local law enforcement agencies are rapidly adopting body-worn cameras for their officers and deputies.
Once again, the Greenville Police Department has been pulled into the creepy clown mess. This time, the GPD had to respond to a silly social media nugget stating that an army of clowns were going to “purge” Greenville’s streets on Halloween