Sergeant Jack S. Greene
Southwestern Regional Police Department

Sergeant Greene is a six-year veteran of the Southwestern Regional Police Department. He is currently assigned as a patrol sergeant and as a traffic homicide investigator. Greene previously served in the North Codorus Township Police Department, and the Bridgton, Maine Police Department. He has a total of sixteen years of law enforcement experience.

Greene was born in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, and is a graduate of Southwestern High School in Hanover. He also attended Lebanon Valley College. Greene is married and has two children.

Greene is the recipient of five departmental commendations. He was named the Hanover Exchange Club 2007 Police Officer of the Year. He is a Little League Baseball coach, and is active in the Spring Grove School District PTA. He is an avid on-road/off-road motorcyclist.

Sergeant Greene supervises five officers in his department, and ensures they are ready for the job each day. He was instrumental in forming the department six years ago from several smaller agencies, and continues to make major contributions to the department.

Greene is responsible for investigating all fatal vehicle accidents for the department, and is trained as an expert in vehicle reconstruction. As the Crash Report Supervisor, he is responsible for the accuracy of all vehicle accident reports submitted to the state, nearly 2,000 over the past four years.

Greene began the department's on-road/off-road motorcycle program from the ground up, researching equipment and acquiring training, traveling to California to be trained as an instructor at Honda's off-road course.

Greene is program administrator for the department's performance program, monitoring the productivity of the department. He also oversees the time the department's officers spend in each of the four municipalities covered by the department.

Greene is also the program administrator of the department's in car video program, taking it from the idea stage to reality. He programs the computers and video cameras, teaches the officers how to use the equipment, and archives the video from the equipment.

Greene is always busy and continues to form the very foundation of the department.

Nominated by: Chief of Police Gregory M. Bean, Southwestern Regional Police Department

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