ETB Advertising Banner Header Terrie 1
ETB Advertising Banner Header Terrie 2
Hess Furniture Appliances Banner Header Duplicate
Better View Tree Trimming Header Ad
Cypress Basin Hospice 2023 Header
Denny’s Paris Header
Sandlin Header 2022

Greenville Police’s Special Needs Database Assists In Welfare Check

GREENVILLE: On Tuesday, January 30, 2024, at approximately 7:13 am, officers with the Greenville Police Department responded to a welfare check on an elderly female who seemed to be disoriented. Officers located the individual in the 5200 block of Wesley Street. After speaking with her, they determined she may have some medical condition that falls within the parameters of the Greenville Police Department Special Needs Database. Officers located the female’s information in the database and were able to contact the caretaker. Shortly after, the caretaker responded to the location and reunited with the elderly female. After being assessed by medical personnel, the female left with the caretaker, who greatly appreciated the individuals who called 9-1-1.

We encourage any caretakers in Greenville who have loved ones in similar situations to consider providing information for the Greenville Police Department Special Needs Database. Suppose you know someone who has been diagnosed with a mental disability or impairment, an intellectual disability, or a developmental disorder. In that case, they may be eligible to sign up for this program. For more information, contact Officer James Hamilton at (903) 453-0432 or by email at