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Central Police Department
The Central Police Department provides law enforcement services and enforcement within the town limits of Central 24 hours a day year round. Our mission is to provide the community with the highest quality of law enforcement services. We have dedicated ourselves to uphold the highest standard of conduct while on duty and in our private lives. Our goal is to bring a positive relationship among our community. At the Town of Central Police Department, we serve our community by the 3-D Moto, "Duty", "Dedication", and "Determination". The Town of Central Police Department has a total of 10 sworn law enforcement officers and 1 reserve officers. Our department consists of a Chief of Police, 2 Patrol Sergeant, 1 Corporal/Detective and 6 road patrol officers. Although our administrative office is only open during the week, our officers provide services for the Town of Central around the clock. If an emergency, we can be reached at 911. In the event of a non-emergency and you need an officer to respond, you can reach us at 864-639-4020 and an officer will be dispatched to your location. You can obtain a copy of your incident report, accident report, background checks, or other documents from our office during normal business hours.
Phone: (864) 639-4020 Fax: (864) 639-2610
1067 West Main Street Central, SC 29630-0549
PO Box 549 Central, SC 29630-0549 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chief of Police
Chief Steve Thompson
Sergeant Tim Williamson email@example.com
Reserve Officers: Mark Mealy, firstname.lastname@example.org
Administrative Assistant: Michelle Batson, email@example.com
The Town of Central Police Department is committed to making a positive difference in the lives of our citizens through professionally supported and trained police offers. Officers strive to provide an environment that will allow citizens to live and work in a safe and secure community.
If you are witnessing a crime in progress or are experiencing an emergency, please dial 911.