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College Park Police Department


MISSION STATEMENT

The Mission of the College Park Police Department is to provide high quality and professional police services in partnership with our communities, while improving the quality of life and building a sense of trust and legitimacy among our citizens.

                             Vision Statements

  • To be regionally, nationally, and globally recognized as a community template for harmony, hospitality, and hope for residents and businesses alike.
  • To unify this 21st-century global city with a spirit of education, a focus on economic empowerment, and an assurance of safety that each stakeholder can embrace.
  • To eliminate a culture that simply focuses on what we have accomplished by creating a clear image of who we are, what we believe, and why you belong. 

Mission

To cultivate a community where businesses, families, and individuals can work, play, and live in a safe and diverse environment.

CORE VALUES

  • SERVICE

We are a hospitality city at our core. We are committed to providing exceptional service, caring, and respect in every process, product and interaction we deliver. Our residents, visitors, and businesses can expect responsive, consistent, fair, and friendly acts of kindness.

  • RESPECT

We recognize and celebrate the diversity of backgrounds and experiences of the people that live in, work in, and visit our community. We are dedicated to listening to the needs of all people and delivering practices and policies with respect and dignity.

  • EQUITY AND INCLUSION 

We believe that everyone in our community has a voice. Each member should be afforded the chance to shape the City’s future, and that the members of our community will be treated as equals by everyone in our government structure.  We are dedicated to creating, nurturing and advancing a culture of equity and inclusivity where we value and respect all backgrounds and experiences regardless of race, creed, color, religion, socio-economic status, or gender. We recognize the legacy of systems and events of oppression still affect many people through systemic racism and other institutional injustices. We will strive to ensure all of our stakeholders are valued, respected and treated with dignity.

  • INNOVATION

We strive to set a standard of excellence in leadership. We encourage and reward creative ideas and solutions and are empowered to explore innovative approaches to problem solving, planning and delivery of services. 

INTEGRITY

We build trust by behaving honestly, ethically and fairly. We take pride in our work and are dedicated to resolution-oriented and consensus-building service. All those who represent our city- including the Elected Officials, employees and staff, conduct ourselves with openness, transparency, integrity and a commitment to do the right thing.

  • ADVANCEMENT

We embrace success and strive to evolve as a daily routine. We are committed to continually improving our city. The future is bright in College Park and we endeavor to build a strong and vibrant community that is simply the best place to live, work, do business and visit.


 



 





 




Sharis
Sharis McCrary
Interim Chief of Police
[email protected]

Jewel Dunlap
Administrative Assistant
[email protected]


Phone: 404 761-3131 ext. 2024
Fax: 404.765-7077


Public Safety Complex
3717 College Street College Park, GA 30337

Hours         
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

   




COLLEGE PARK POLICE DEPARTMENT NON-EMERGENCY NUMBERS



Automated Attendant: 404-765-7070

If you wish to use the automated attendant to transfer to an extension. This is not a live person. This number will allow you to input the desired extension number. 




HELPFUL POLICE DEPARTMENT PHONE NUMBERS

404-761-3131


This number should be used to request police services, ask questions, request information, speak to an officer, and to be connected to the various divisions within the police department.

ABOUT 911

Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers, also called public safety dispatchers, monitor the location of emergency services personnel from any one or all of the jurisdiction's emergency services departments.

These workers dispatch the appropriate type and number of units in response to calls for assistance. Dispatchers, or call takers, often are the first people the public contacts when emergency assistance is required.

The College Park Police Department serves as the communications center for all emergency calls that go to the police and fire departments.


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LET'S WORK TOGETHER FOR A SAFE CITY
If you would like information regarding police operations, safety and educational programs, or if you have a suggestion or comment that will help us improve please contact one of our division commanders listed below.


PUBLIC SAFETY LEADERSHIP





Deputy Chief
S. McCrary
404-761-3131 ext. 2126

[email protected]


Major Lance Patterson
Administrative & Court Services
404.761.3131 ext. 2015

[email protected]
Major Nathan Ward
Field Operations & Criminal Investigations/Professional Standards
404.761.3131 ext.2007


[email protected]




TIP-LINE
Help Your College Park Police Department combat illegal activity. Call our
Anonymous Tip-Line at 404.768.8664
"Give us their names - Not yours"



If you have a complaint regarding employee misconduct within the College Park Police Department please refer any and all emails to [email protected]. If you prefer to do so via phone he may be contacted at 404-761-3131 ext. 2010.

Please keep in mind any incidents reported using the link below you will have to visit Lt. Duffey should the investigation warrant further attention.

Complaint Form/Statement Form