Chief Mark Holtzman is a 24 year law enforcement veteran. He came to the Greenville Police Department in 2015 after serving as Chief of Police for the Hagerstown, Maryland Police Department. During his tenure in Maryland, Holtzman served as a Detective, Patrol Sergeant, Director of the Washington County Narcotics Task Force, a Patrol Lieutenant and the Operations Captain before his promotion to Chief of Police in 2013. Chief Holtzman is a graduate of the FBI’s National Academy for Law Enforcement Executives (Class #249) and holds a graduate degree in Public Administration and an under-graduate degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Baltimore.
“I chose to apply for this position based, in part, on Greenville’s location, its growing population and economy, diverse community and university, and its quality of life. I believe I have found that balance of policing and sense of community in Greenville and look forward to working with the members of the Police Department, City management, and the community to continue to improve public safety and the quality of life in Greenville,”
-- Chief Mark Holtzman