Police and Fire

Hadden first became interested in being a detention officer 10 years ago and finds his job very rewarding.

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Doc Hadden is a detention officer for the City of Greer, drawn to the position after going through the Citizen’s Police Academy 10 years ago. Now, he uses his position as an opportunity to get to know inmates, treat them like human beings, and keep the community safe. 
Hubbard is new to the game––he started working with GFD right out of the academy last fall.

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Michael Hubbard was once in the funeral business before finding himself pursuing the job he’d wanted for a long time. The community, he said, is his favorite part of working with GFD––sharing his time with people he loves. 
Janice Hansen transitioned from teaching in New York to patrolling in Greer three years ago.

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Officer Janice Hansen has been serving with the Greer Police Department for three years in the Uniform Patrol Division. She spoke about her time on the job and transitioning from life up north to become an officer down south.
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Greenville County cold cases solved

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Last week, Greenville County Sheriff Hobart Lewis held a press conference announcing that two cold cases from 2022 and 2016 have been solved.


Investigators with the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office obtained a warrant on a suspect from the April 2, 2022, murder case of Charity Southerland.


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