Major Damon Hubber

Major Damon Hubber started his law enforcement career with the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office as a reserve deputy in 1992 and was hired full-time on September 13, 1993, as a deputy sheriff in the Uniform Patrol Division. Major Hubber earned his degree in Criminal Justice while rotating shifts in uniform patrol and has served the community for over 26 years.  Major Hubber has been promoted through the ranks of Master Deputy, Sergeant, Lieutenant, and in 2013 was named Captain of Greenville County’s Emergency Management Division; holding this position until 2018. In October of 2018 Major Hubber retired after twenty-six years of service to our Greenville County residents and joined his wife in real estate.  In April of 2020, when asked by newly elected Sheriff Hobart Lewis to come back to work at Greenville County Sheriff’s Office, he eagerly accepted his current position of Major over the Criminal Investigation Division, Specialized Investigation Division, and Fleet Management and is a member of the Sheriff’s Executive Command Staff.

Major Mike Moore

Major Michael D. Moore started his law enforcement career in 1991 at Anderson City PD as a patrolman. In 1993 he moved to the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office and served as Deputy, Corporal, and Sergeant. In 1997 he came to work for the Sheriff in Greenville County. At GCSO he served as a Deputy, Master Deputy, Sergeant and Lieutenant in Uniform Patrol, Directed Patrol and Traffic. In 2020 after his promotion to Major he was assigned as commander of Uniform Patrol, Selective Enforcement and Community Services Divisions.

Major Ty Miller

Major Ty Miller began serving Greenville County as a law enforcement officer in 1999. Beginning her career in the Uniform Patrol Division of the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office, Major Miller immediately focused on the area of crimes against children. Since then, Major Miller has dedicated most of her career to protecting and serving the most innocent citizens of the Greenville community in her roles as an investigator of child sexual assaults and as a board member for the Julie Valentine Center in Greenville.

In 2012, Ty Miller was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and initiated collaboration with the Greenville County School District to develop and implement the “Zone Patrol Program,” in the wake of the Sandy Hook school shooting. The following year, she was promoted to Lieutenant of the Public Information Office at the GCSO. Major Miller currently oversees the following divisions:

Administration Division which includes Administration, Public Affairs, Office of Professional Standards. She also manages the Support Division, Specialized Investigations, and Emergency Management Divisions.