Go to home page

Greenwood County

South Carolina

  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

Menu

Open Site Navigation

Ending:

Greenwood County Voter Registration & Elections Office will conduct a public test of the central count ballot scanners

6/14/22, 2:00 PM

6/14/22, 3:30 PM

Ending:

Greenwood County Voter Registration & Elections Office will conduct a public test of the central count ballot scanners

2022 Primary Election

6/14/22, 2:00 PM

6/15/22, 2:30 AM

Ending:

2022 Primary Election

Events

Lake Greenwood Boundary Line Agreement Process Changes Under Consideration

10/11/22, 4:00 PM

Lake Greenwood Boundary Line Agreement Process Changes Under Consideration

Lake Locator Initiative Volunteer Registration and Information

10/10/22, 4:00 PM

Lake Locator Initiative Volunteer Registration and Information

Greenwood County Beginning Lake Locator Initiative

9/28/22, 4:00 PM

Greenwood County Beginning Lake Locator Initiative

News

Law Enforcement Center
528 Edgefield Street

Greenwood, SC 29646

Dennis Kelly, Sheriff

email: dkelly@greenwoodsc.gov

Phone: (864) 943-

Narcotics Division (DEU)

One of the top priorities of the Greenwood County Sheriff’s Office is to investigate, arrest and aid in the prosecution of those individuals who choose to engage in illegal drug activity.  The majority of this responsibility is assigned to the Narcotics Division.  The Narcotics Division is a specialized unit, who has partnered with the Greenwood City Police Department, to form a multi-jurisdictional taskforce that operates as the Drug Enforcement Unit or DEU.  The DEU was initiated as a means to combine resources and information in an effort to best serve all citizens of Greenwood County.  Illegal drugs and the activities/behaviors associated with the use, distribution, manufacturing, etc. of these substances have effects that reach far beyond those directly involved. 

 

The destruction of lives/families, additional criminal activity and the endangerment of innocent citizens/businesses and the neighborhoods/communities in which they live and operate in, can all be contributed to illegal drugs and drug activities.  The GCSO Narcotics Division is extremely dedicated, and through their efforts, seek to protect and serve Greenwood County and its citizens to the best of their ability.

 

*Anyone wishing to report suspected illegal activity or who has a specific complainant(s), can call the Narcotics Division main number at (864) 942-8588 or may call Crimestoppers (1-888-CRIMESC).  All callers remain anonymous and information is considered confidential.  

Narcotics Division

Narcotics Division