Chief Robert H. Haigh Jr.:   Chief Haigh was sworn in as Greenfield's Police Chief in October 2013.  He has been an officer since 1998 and has worked as an SRO, detective, sergeant and past Chief of the Town of Orange.  Chief Haigh is a graduate of Western New England University class of 1998.

Chief Haigh's Phone extension is 1304                                email:


Deputy Chief William R. Gordon:      Deputy Chief Gordon has been a police officer for the City of Greenfield since June 1993.  Prior to that, he worked as a part time police officer in the towns of Sunderland, Leverett and Nantucket.  In the 1990's  Gordon served several years as a D.A.R.E. officer and worked as a community police officer. He spent several summers as one of the department’s first bike officers.  Gordon was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in September 2000, as a Sergeant he was assigned mostly evening and night shifts.  He was promoted to Lieutenant January 2007 and to Deputy Chief in January 2021.   Deputy Chief Gordon has an Associated Degree in Criminal Justice from Greenfield Community College, a Bachelors Degree of Science in Law Enforcement and a Master's Degree of Science in Criminal Justice Administration both from Western New England University.    Gordon is a proud member of the Northfield Dive Team and is a pilot for the Greenfield Drone program.  Lt. Gordon, along with Officer Laura Gordon,  co-developed the departments, and is recognized as being the one of the nation's,  first "Comfort Dog Program" which now serves as a model for Police Departments across the country.  Gordon, and his canine partners, have responded to national tragedies such as Sandy Hook School, Las Vegas Concert, and the Pittsburgh Synagoge Massacres to comfort first responders in the aftermath of the horrific events.  As a canine team they have recieved numerous national and local awards including the NYC Animal Medical Center 2013 "Top Dog", the 2014 Massachusetts FOP Community Service Award, Honorary Therapy Dog of Sandy Hook, 2019 Massachusetts Grange Public Service Recognition Award, and 2019 WMCOPA Richard Werenski Police Officer of the Year.  Deputy Chief Gordon has also been issued numerous department commendations and four life saving awards  

DC. Gordon's Phone Extension is 1313                              email:



Senior Account Clerk: Judith Brown :   Ms. Brown joined the department in 2018.  She comes to the GPD with account management experience in government accounts. Her primary responsibilities include payroll, preparation of invoice schedules, budget monitoring as well as many other administrative responsibilities.

Ms. Brown's Phone Extension is 6100                           email:

Records Clerk: Gillian Halkett: Ms. Halkett started with the Greenfield Police Department in November 2012. She has worked in the legal industry for over 15 years and has completed numerous computer software courses. Ms. Halkett performs a wide range of administrative and clerical support services, as well as the record keeping for the department.

Ms. Halkett's phone extension is 1321                               email:

Court Administrator: Attorney Jeffrey Bengtson: Attorney Bengtson Grew up in Brattleboro, class of 2000. He attended Western New England College graduating in 2004 with a bachelors in business then continued his education finally graduating Law School in 2006. He worked in the Northwestern District Attorney's office as a prosecutor from 2006 until 2013. In 2013, he opened a private practice until February of 2015 when he started his employment with the Greenfield Police Department. He is currently our Court Liaison working Monday - Friday 6am until 2pm.

Attorney Bengtson's phone extention is 1301           email: