GRPD Community Programs
Shop with a Cop
Drug Take Back 2019
National Night Out
GRPD Runs for a Cause
Battle of the Badges Blood Drive
Animal Control Spay/Neuter/Vaccine Clinics
Community Awareness Fair
A primary goal of the Green River Police Department is to make our community a safer place to live. The GRPD promotes and encourages safety and education to the citizens through a variety of prevention and deterrence programs and services, Green River continues to be a safer place to live for us all.
The department offers many different learning opportunities to the community, in our schools and other events.
To schedule a tour, or have an officer do a presentation in your classroom or business contact our Public Relations Officer Jamie Green
- Crime Stoppers
- Safe 2 Tell
- Prescription Drug Drop Off
- Scam Awareness
- School Educational Visits/Demonstrations
- GRPD Tours
- Bi-annual Drug Take-Back - October 24, 2020, (April & October-Sponsored by the DEA )
- Community Awareness Fair - Spring
- Flaming Gorge Days Parade June
- Camp Postcard - June
- Annual National Night Out - Postponed Due to Weather (Nationally Observed October 6, 2020)
- Touch A Truck - Summer
- Citizen Academy - Held in the summer
- Bi-annual Reduced Priced Vaccination Clinics - Spring & Fall
- Animal Adoption Events
- Animal Reduced Price Vaccine Clinics - September 12th, 10 am - 1 pm, or when we run out of vaccines.
Check our Facebook page for current events.
We have department patches that can be sent to you upon request. Individuals requesting a City of Green River Police Department shoulder patch need to send a self-addressed stamped envelope and $3.00 to the Green River Police Department. The $3.00 fee goes towards the patch program, so we can continue to have these patches available.
Send a request to:
Green River Police Department
Attn: Jamie Green
375 W Flaming Gorge Way
Green River, WY 82935
Email or Facebook requests for shoulder patches will not be honored.
The Green River Police Department participates in the Crime Stoppers Program. The program is designed to be a cooperative effort between the police department, local business, and the community. Business owners interested in participating should contact Jamie Green.
Citizens with information can report a crime through email or can simply call dispatch at (307) 875-1400.
How to Submit a Tip:
- Use our website to submit a tip.
- "Text a Tip" you can text to CRIMES (274637) and add "307tip" to the beginning of your text.
- Call in a tip 307-362-TIPS (8477)
This is not a traced line
Safe2Tell Wyoming is a confidential way for students to report concerning behaviors and activities without concern of retaliation.
Safe2Tell Wyoming relies on key relationships with school district staff, local law enforcement agencies and school resource officers to respond to critical, life-saving tips.
Following is a brief overview of how the Safe2Tell Wyoming tip line operates:
- Students, parents, teachers and community members can call a toll-free confidential tip line, 1-844-9967233 and give a trained professional call taker the information, submit their concern in a confidential online web report, or upload their concern confidentially through a mobile app.
- Calls, web and mobile app reports are answered 24 hours/day, 7 days/week, 365 days/year at the Wyoming Highway Patrol communications center.
- The caller is given a code number and password to preserve confidentiality.
- Information is forwarded to a team of proper officials, designated school contacts and law enforcement, who will respond to the concern or threat.
- All valid information received through Safe2Tell Wyoming is forwarded for investigation.
- Safe2Tell Wyoming tracks the outcome of all forwarded tips through disposition reporting.
Empower Yourself Against SCAMS
Don’t get caught up in fraud, never give out personal information.
If it sounds too good to be true it usually is.
Recognize. React. Report
Recognize: What to watch for...
Be suspicious if a caller states that you’ve won money, a prize, or a free gift.
You must pay for processing, shipping and/or taxes on your "free gift".
You must wire funds, send money, or gift cards.
Caller states you have a warrant out for your arrest and must pay "NOW".
React: How to protect yourself...
Do: Set up account alerts and/or credit monitoring.
Do: Learn about common financial exploitation schemes and ploys.
Do Not: Send money or give out personal information.
Do Not: Respond to, or pay upfront for, an offer, threat, or request, that you do not understand.
Report: What to do if you think you may be a victim of fraud.
Do not give out personal information.
Call your bank and/or credit card company if you suspect fraud.
Report suspicious activity to the police.
Call the fraud department of the credit reporting agencies.
Report to the Federal Trade Commission - (877) 438-4338 - Federal Trade Commission Website
For more information on imposter scams.
Prescription drug abuse is currently being reported by law enforcement agencies across the country as their greatest threat. In addition, unsafe disposal of prescription and over-the-counter medications is costly to the environment.
In response to the growing demand for a safe and convenient way to dispose of household prescription medications, there is a drop off box located in Green River Police Department lobby where residents can drop off unused or expired prescriptions- no questions asked.
We also participate in the DEA Drug Take-Back event. The bi-annual National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications.
These programs not only help to protect the environment, but it can also deter the usage of prescription drugs by unintended parties.
Drug Box Drop off Locations
Green River Police Department-Lobby
375 W Flaming Gorge Way
Green River, WY 82935
We ask that only prescription medication be placed into the dropbox.
Sharps are not accepted at our location but can be taken to Castle Rock Medical Center as long as they are properly packaged in a sealed sharps container.
If you are interested in learning more about these programs or others, contact Jamie Green.