Thanks for visiting GPD’s website, which is one of many ways you can learn about the department, events we offer, crime, and safety items. Read below to learn about the other ways you can connect with us.
If you have an emergency call 9-1-1.
To report something that is not an emergency, call 336-373-2222.
GPD’s social media sites are not monitored 24/7.
Did you know there are other ways you can connect with us?
Nextdoor is an excellent way for us to connect with each other. It is a free, private social network specifically for your neighborhood, accessible only to residents of your neighborhood. All members must verify that they live within the neighborhood before joining Nextdoor.
Through this network, you can to talk about everyday things like local community events, recommendations for finding a babysitter or trades worker, post items for sale, and seek help to find a lost pet.
Neighborhood conversations remain private, and we cannot see the conversations between neighbors. Officers can see only “Thanks” and replies to our posts, should you choose to interact with us. We use Nextdoor to post information such as important news, services, programs, free events, crime specific to your neighborhood, and emergency notifications.
Get others in your neighborhood to sign up. This can serve as a virtual Community Watch, as well.
By following us on Facebook, you will get all of our news releases, daily crime prevention tips, Crime Stoppers alerts, vintage "Throwback Thursday" photos, notices of events GPD is hosting, and inside peeks of what’s happening with our people. Join discussion with our followers and send us private messages.
If you prefer to get your information in small bytes, follow us on Twitter @gso_police. Like what we tweet? Retweet, it.
Interested in crime that is occurring in your neighborhood? You can search by crime type or location at CrimeMapping a searchable, flexible online software program that extracts information from our records system. Fifteen categories of crime are depicted by different icons and illustrated on a map. View up to 180 days of crime data by various search parameters including date range, crime type or distance from a specific address. You can also create an e-mail alert that will inform you when a crime has occurred within a specific geographic range of your address.
Check out our videos on YouTube. You can learn about our department, our partners, and our people through these videos. You can also see some of our lighter moments caught on mobile devices.
Contact Us the 'Old Fashioned' Way
E-mail us or send written correspondence to:
Office of the Chief of Police
100 E. Police Plaza, 5th Floor
Greensboro, NC 27401