Request for Crime Statistics
The Greenville Police Department maintains a database containing vast amounts of information concerning police activity in the City. Retrieving this data normally requires creating a specific database query for each request.
For such requests, please submit a written request that includes the following information located within the City limits of Greenville:
1. Specific area such as subdivision, apartment complex, street block or specific address
2. Specific time frame such as year (calendar year 2008), last 12 months, or date range
3. Any specific information sought such as all calls for service, reported crimes, etc.
4. Specific information to be included, such as dates and times of calls or crimes
5. Name and contact information including a day time telephone number.
It is more efficient to formulate the database query if this information is provided in writing so that we can be as responsive to your request as possible and to avoid unnecessary printing and copying charges or incursion of technical and administrative expenses. If you have any questions or need assistance in narrowing the focus of your request, please do not hesitate to ask or you may contact the persons named below by email or telephone.
We will make every effort to return requests within 5 business days.
Written requests may be submitted via U.S. mail, email, or fax (252-329-4792)
Greenville Police Department
P.O. Box 7207
Greenville, NC 27835-7207
Rhonda Conner, Planning and Research at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need a copy of a police report or accident report, please contact the Records Division at 329-4327.
If you have questions about neighborhood crime prevention efforts or you are interested in starting a Community Watch program in your neighborhood, please contact the Crime Prevention Unit at 329-4355.
The Greenville Police Department participates in the federal UCR (Uniform Crime Reporting) program. This program provides crime rate information. You can view information from this program by going to the NC State Bureau of Investigation, Division of Criminal Information's web page at http://sbi.jus.state.nc.us and clicking on "Crime Statistics" on the left side of the page.