Operation Greek is a casual "meet and greet" created especially for students at K-State. It is a time for students to interact with police in a fun and positive environment. It has been a success for RCPD and it has also seemed to be popular with those students who have participated. Operation Greek has been held at house dinners, meetings, and even a pancake feed. RCPD Officers involved make attempts at creating an enjoyable and entertaining experience while also being informative. Operation Greek is a question-and-answer meeting filled with light-hearted responses, honest and true-to-life answers, as well as a small group of officers who have devoted their own time to make dealing with the police a little easier on the students in the Riley County and Manhattan area.
Operation Greek is generally an hour in length, but this may vary. Ultimately our officers are happy to speak with you for any reasonable amount of time.
Photo: Victim Advocate Coordinator Melissa Mosher and Officer Shailer meet with a local fraternity to speak about alcohol safety and sexual assault prevention.
To schedule with our OpGreek Officers contact the Public Information Officer or complete this Speaking Engagement and Appearance Request Form (DOC), print or save it, and turn it in to the Riley County Police Department by emailing it to the Public Information Officer or dropping it off in person. Please allow at least 14 days' notice for all speaking engagement requests. For "Topics to be discussed," please put "Operation Greek."
For more information on Operation Greek, or to schedule with Riley County Police Department contact Corporal Joseph Ehrlich.