Serving Ray Warren Homes in Police Division 2, Zone 220
Officer Emerson has worked with the Greensboro Police Department since 2009. She has enjoyed being a part of PNRC and working in Ray Warren Homes, and particularly enjoys getting to know the residents in her site. Her main goals for the community are to keep it safe, to be a positive role model for the resident youth, and to proudly help all of them reach their full potential in all aspects of life. She also hopes to build a good relationship between the community and the police department.
As a motivator for positive change, she’s driven by a quote from the actress Carol Burnett, “Only I can change my life. No one can do it for me.”
Officer Galbo began his career with the Greensboro Police Department in 2012 and was assigned to the Patrol Bureau, Western Division, until transferring to the Police Neighborhood Resource Center (PNRC) in 2018.
Officer Galbo was born and raised in Orange County, NY. After completing high school, he went to East Carolina University and studied Criminal Justice in 2007. While working towards his Bachelors of Science Degree he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps Reserve. He graduated ECU in 2011 and was hired by the Greensboro Police Department in 2012. Officer Galbo has worked night shift patrol in the city for six years and is serving in his 10th year in the United Marine Corps.
“I have a passion for policing. I am blessed to be able to come to work and do a job that I love. As an Officer, I have the privilege to meet and serve people from all walks of life that live or visit our city. With my experience as a patrol officer, I learned that the only way the quality of life in our communities will improve, is if we work together. Teamwork makes the dream work. I am proud to be a member of the Police Neighborhood Resource Center.