The District Attorney prosecutes criminal cases arising in Greene County, provides necessary legal support to police investigators and continues to represent the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania through the trial of a case and the years of appeals which may follow. The skilled, experienced and knowledgeable staff of the District Attorney’s Office works hard to keep Greene County a safe place to live, work and raise a family.
Domestic Violence Program: Domestic violence is a crime of epidemic proportions that plagues communities and causes permanent emotional scars, life-threatening injuries and even death. Without appropriate intervention, domestic violence increases in frequency and severity over time. By systematically destroying families, domestic violence compromises the quality of all lives.
The Greene County Women's Center, a satellite office of Washington Women's Shelter, Inc., is a local resource for women and their children who are abused or threatened with abuse. The center is located at 43 West Morgan Street in Waynesburg. For more information, call the center at 724-852-2463.
Victim/Witness Services Program: At any time, anyone can become the victim or witness of a crime. Victims have no choice in becoming victims and may find themselves alone and helpless without resources. The Victim/Witness Services program was created to help with the trauma and confusion the victim suffers as a result of the commission of a crime. The Victim/Witness Services program also assists witnesses through the court process.
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Drug Task Force Program: Agents of the attorney general's office manage Greene County's Drug Task Force with the assistance of the district attorney of Greene County. It is composed of members of the Cumberland Township, Carmichaels and Waynesburg Borough police departments and Greene County detectives. The detectives serve on the task force in addition to their regular duties as police officers and draw upon their experience to recognize, evaluate and eradicate drug trafficking in Greene County.