Captain Eric Greening
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Captain Greening has worked for the Seattle Police Department since 1994. Upon graduation from the police academy, he served as a patrol officer, in the South and West Precincts, and Field Training Officer before being assigned to the Traffic Section. In 2003, Greening was promoted to Sergeant and served in East Precinct patrol, the East Anti-Crime Team, and as a Detective Sergeant in the Narcotics Section. Between 2009 and 2012, he served as an acting Lieutenant in the South and East precincts. In 2012, Greening was promoted to Lieutenant and served as a watch commander in the West precinct and as a Lieutenant in the Office of Professional Accountability. He later served as an Operations Lieutenant in the East and South Precincts. In June 2015, Greening was promoted and assigned to command the Traffic and Parking Enforcement Section.
Captain Greening has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the City University of Seattle. He completed the Senior Management Institute for Police in 2015. He is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives.
The South Precinct provides 24/7 proactive patrol and 911 emergency response to South Seattle. Other precinct services include bike patrol, Anti-Crime Teams, Burglary/Theft investigation, Community Police Teams and Crime Prevention.
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