In response to an overwhelming number of questions and concerns he's received from residents, Chief William Anderson says the message is loud and clear.
Members of the Greenville community want to know what's going on. For that reason, the Greenville Police Department held a Town Hall style meeting at a church in West Greenville Tuesday evening. It's a section of town Anderson says he and his department are focusing on.
Through initiatives like problem oriented policing and traditional methods of just being visible, Anderson vows the Greenville Police Department is doing its best to address the crime issues plaguing the city.
Residents expressed a desire for a citywide curfew, more police visibility, and more youth oriented programs.
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