Interim Chief of Police
Interim Chief Angela Greene earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and Pre-Law from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 1996, she started her career in the legal system working as a paralegal and legal secretary. In 2001, Assistant Chief Greene began her profession in law enforcement with the City of Richmond Police Department located in Richmond, Virginia. Assistant Chief Greene rose through the patrol ranks to become a patrol Sergeant in 2005 with the implementation of sector policing being introduced in Richmond, Virginia. As a Sergeant, she supervised the Personnel & Recruitment Unit, Cadet Program, and Training Academy. In 2009, Assistant Chief Greene was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant wherein she served as a Sector Lieutenant for the City of Richmond’s Southside area which encompassed the City’s largest Latino population. During her tenure as a Sector Lieutenant, she was able to achieve the overall Major Crime Reduction Award for the year 2011. In 2012, she was promoted to the rank of Captain. As a Captain, she was a Watch Commander in charge of any high-risk operation, major crime and significant events or incidents during the evening hours. Assistant Chief Greene also commanded the Community Youth & Intervention Services Unit as well as becoming the Special Projects Coordinator and serving as the Richmond Police Department’s LGBTQ Liaison. Assistant Chief Greene specializes in creating innovative crime reduction initiatives as well as building strong community partnerships through trust and transparency.