Resource Management Division
The Resource Management Division's primary function is to manage and advise on the use of the department’s human resources and equipment. This section is responsible for several ongoing evaluation programs, as well as research into policies, products and techniques to improve departmental efficiency and innovation. The evaluation programs include compliance with the national accreditation program through the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) and Staff Inspections' process of inspections and audits of departmental functions, equipment, policies, procedures and personnel.
Commanding Officer: Captain Leslie Holder
The Training Division works to improve the Greensboro Police Department and its employees through the effective use of training, professional enhancement, research into new technologies and tactics, membership in progressive police associations, and a commitment to instilling the “lifelong learning” process of development. The ultimate goal of the Training Division is to develop and edify new police practices and technologies capable of providing professional police services in the 21st century.
Commanding Officer: Captain Tess Biffle
Crime Analysts Section
The purpose of the Crime Analysis Section is to systematically collect, evaluate, analyze, integrate and disseminate crime data both internally and to the community. This section provides pertinent crime data reports and analysis of this data to assist both operational and administrative personnel. The section also provides technical assistance for special analytical and statistical projects. The Crime Analysis supervisor is Davin Hall.
Commanding Officer: Deputy Chief Mike Richey