Due to budget cuts, effective March 13, 2009 the Greenfield Police Department will no longer have a manned dispatch center at Greenfield City Hall. Police officers will be on duty at all times in the city, but they will be dispatched through the Highland County Sheriff's Department.
Any emergency should be reported by calling 911. Emergency 911 calls will be routed to the sheriff's department and a Greenfield officer will be dispatched. The regular telephone lines at the police department will be answered by an automated system, and citizens needing information or wishing to speak with an officer for non-emergency issues should leave a message. Officers will be checking the system and returning the calls as soon as possible.
Residents and business owners with alarm systems that currently call the Greenfield Police Department should contact their alarm service provider and have the number switched to call the Highland County Sheriff's Department at (937) 393-2212 or (937) 393-1421.
March 13, 2009
Press Release from Prosecutor Jim Grandey indicates that council member's signature was forged.
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