Office of The Chief of Police

Our Mission Statement 
The Greenville Police Department recognizes its responsibility to protect the lives and property of the citizens in our community. Our desire is to prevent crime from ever occurring and prevent citizens from becoming victims.

Our Values
In order to accomplish our mission, we provide quality police services in the quickest and most effective manner, with maximum results. We strive to be active in anticipating and preventing unsafe conditions and in protecting individuals from the imprudent acts of others.

To achieve our goal, we seek out and train highly motivated men and women to provide a professional staff, employ the latest technology, and promote the community involvement of our citizens.

We are consciously aware of our responsibility to the citizens, and we shall always effectively and efficiently use the resources allocated to us. In addition, we shall report accurately and honestly our progress toward achieving our mission.

-Honor Guard


The Honor Guard is commanded by a captain with twelve officers who are authorized to volunteer for the additional assignment.


  • To render respect to the United States flag
  • To promote respect and professional courtesy for officers killed in the line of duty
  • To participate in civic functions

Honor Guard Events                                                                     

Events include, but are not limited to:

  • National Day of Prayer
  • Citizens Police Academy Graduation Banquet
  • Hunt County Peace Officers Memorial
  • Fourth of July Parade
  • Veterans Day Salute
  • Christmas Parade

For more information regarding the Honor Guard, call or email Sgt. Jack Maloy (903) 457-4212