New Police HQ Decatur, Georgia 

 

The Decatur Police Department and Decatur Municipal Court is located at the Beacon Municipal Center.

 

Decatur Police Department 
420 West Trinity Place
Decatur, GA 30030
Open 24 Hours
404-373-6551
  • Report A Crime
  • Post a Bond
  • Retrieve Property
  • Request Background Checks
  • Obtain Vehicle Release
  • Submit Open Records Requests
  • Meet with Police Personnel
  • Obtain Taxi, Door-To-Door Solicitation, Alcoholic Beverage Operations and Licensing Permits
Decatur Municipal Court
420 West Trinity Place
Decatur, GA 30030
Open Monday-Friday, 8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
678-553-6655
  • Pay Traffic Tickets
  • Attend Court Hearings
  • Post a Bond 
  • Request Court Continuances, etc.
 
 
More About the Police Dept. 

The Police Department provides police protection services through programs of proactive patrolling, crime prevention and investigation. Employees of this department also provide information and general assistance to the public, special emergency services in hazardous materials incidents, extreme weather conditions and similar emergencies, and assistance to emergency medical service personnel when requested. 

Staff

Mike Booker Mike Booker
Chief
Mike.Booker@decaturga.com

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Scott Richards
Deputy Chief
Scott.Richards@decaturga.com

Non-Emergency 404-373-6551 
Emergency 911 

Police Department 2016 – 2019 Strategic Plan:

The mission of the Decatur Police Department is to be open and responsive to the needs of the entire community and solve problems through community relationships, innovative technology, and exceptional service.

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The department's primary goals are to:

  • Maintain an active presence in the business district
  • Continue to expand officer involvement with neighborhood associations, the Decatur Business Association, and other community groups
  • Strengthen communications and connections throughout the community
  • Continue the child ID safety program to enhance safety and develop positive relationships with the youth of Decatur
  • Plan and implement a pedestrian and traffic safety program
  • Continue to develop the School Resource Officer program

 

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