Holly Springs Police Department

  • Agency: Holly Springs Police Department
  • Address: 3235 Holly Springs Pkwy, Holly Springs, 30142 GA
  • Chief: Ken Ball (Chief of Police)
Phone: (770) 345-5537
Fax: (770) 345-5017
Email:

Holly Springs Police Department is located at 3235 Holly Springs Pkwy, Holly Springs, 30142 GA. The Chief of Police of the department is Ken Ball. The Holly Springs Police Department phone number is (770) 345-5537.

Holly Springs Police Department News

Who had the most fun? Thank you for the kind comments of encouragement and pictures regarding Halloween. Our officers reported having a great time meeting the "trick or treaters" and seeing so many families together.

Who doesn't need some cool stuff for the upcoming Holiday Season? Beginning today, November 6th, The Friends of Holly Springs Police Foundation is holding a raffle to help Detective Conrad raise funds for the 2018 Police Unity Tour. Every year, Det. Conrad rides almost 300 miles on a bicycle from Philadelphia to Washington, D.C. in honor of fallen law enforcement officers. Thanks to the many sponsors, prizes range from a $125 gift card from Walmart, to home improvement items from Home Depot. There are many ways to get your raffle tickets, from finding Det. Conrad at Walmart throughout the month, to purchasing them at the window at the Holly Springs Police Department. For more information, contact Det. Conrad at 770-721-7528, or send her an e-mail at sconrad@hollyspringsga.us. Thank you for your support!

Holly Springs Police Accepting Applications for Police Officer Position

Citizens Police Academy Fall 2017 "Blue Backers" On Monday evening the Holly Springs Police 2017 Fall CPA session came to a successful close. A grand group joined the Citizen Police Academy as concerned citizens. Last night they departed as Holly Springs "Blue Backers". Each prevailed through open concern for our nation and communities, legal and Constitutional reviews, domestic violence problem solving, laws of protection, strengthening the home-front, crime scene processing, patrol methodology, responsibilities of citizenship, and much more. Even while riding as "co-pilot" with an on-duty officer, these troupers showed themselves to be trustworthy in all respects. We're all in this together, and we know that we count on a "Blue Backer". Welcome.

Everybody Trains Even the Chief? Especially the Chief. Chief Mike Carswell putting his defensive skills through the paces.

"Shop with a Hero" Starts Early Thanks to Lyndon Academy The Lyndon Academy Student Counsel presented a check to support the annual "Shop with a Hero" program of the Friends of Holly Springs Police Foundation. This unique December holiday program supports children in our community who have various social needs while creating a positive relationship with officers and volunteers. Thanks Lyndon Academy for your integrity and compassion. Here's some wisdom for us: We can only meet the needs of our neighbors when we meet the needs of our neighbors. Looking from a distance and sending best wishes doesn't get it done. Volunteer now at www.friendsofhollyspringspolicefoundationinc.org

"Red Ribbon Week" - Drug Free for Lyndon Academy Holly Springs Police Department stopped by the Lyndon Academy to encourage (and be encouraged) by every grade who committed to remain drug free. Students of K-11 spent time with the officers and experienced the department K-9, Odan.

Saying "Thanks" with a Spatula Area clergy joined with local law enforcement on Thursday to cook pancakes for the staff of Northside Hospital in Canton in appreciation for their tremendous efforts and compassion. The Northside Hospital pastoral care team sponsored the breakfast, which included team member of the Holly Springs Police Department. A hearty breakfast and a kind word both leave you feeling full. Holly Springs PD servers pictured include Chief Mike Carswell, Lt. Greg Clyburn, Lt. Steve Cohen and Chaplain Phil Young.

Detective Joe McDonald, 2017 Officer of the Year On Monday October 23rd, Detective Joe McDonald of the Holly Springs Police Department received the "2017 Officer of the Year" recognition as awarded by the Canton Moose Lodge. The Moose Lodge has been a strong supporter of local law enforcement for several decades and annually selects representatives from the Cherokee County law enforcement community to honor for outstanding service. Detective McDonald's integrity is exampled through his dedication to serve others and his professionalism which brings credit to the City of Holly Springs. Pictured are Chief Mike Carswell (r) and award recipient Det. Joe McDonald.

Command Staff Welcomes Fall Pictured from left to right are Lt. Greg Clyburn, Chief Mike Carswell, Lt. Steve Cohen and Deputy Chief Tommy Keheley.

I Don't Know Who Enjoy's It More HSPD officers spending time with children from the Holly Springs Children's Learning Center and Hickory Flat Elementary School.

Chief Carswell and HSPD Honored by US Army Brigadier General John B. Hashem offered gratitude to the Holly Springs Police Department, and specifically the Chief of Police, Mike Carswell, for directly supporting the mission objectives of the United States Army North (Fifth Army) by permitting police employees, who serve in both a blue uniform and a camouflage uniform, time to fulfill military obligations. The Department of Defense recognition is for "contributing to the National security and protecting liberty and freedom by supporting employee participation in America's National Guard and Reserve Force". We salute these "double-duty" warriors and peacekeepers. Pictured are Chief Mike Carswell, Capt. A. Gibford (HSPD) and Kevin Wince (Ga Vice-Chairman of Employer Support of Guard and Reserve)

Taking the Oath The Holly Springs Police Department swore in Officer April Van Alstine on Monday, September 26th. Officer Van Alstine, a life-long resident of Georgia, took the oath as administered by Judge Caudill and witnessed by Chief of Police, Mike Carswell. Welcome aboard Officer Van Alstine.

Palm Street Closed between Holly Place and Palm Ridge Due to a traffic accident resulting in a downed powerline and pole debris, a section of Palm Street between Holly Place and Palm Ridge has been closed. Georgia Power Co estimates completion of services and clean-up by mid-morning. Please drive with extra caution.

Road Repair and Re-surfacing to Begin Contractors for the City of Holly Springs will be starting repairs on Marble Quarry Road on Wednesday, September 13th, and will start resurfacing Marble Quarry Road between Holly Street and Rabbit Hill Road as soon as all necessary repairs have been made. Expect delays in this area. Drive cautiously, be watchful and be careful.

Tropical Storm "Irma" Enters Georgia Tropical Storm Irma is crossing the Georgia state line, moving north/northwest at 17 mph with some winds of 65 mph. Currently sustained winds in our area are in the 15 – 20 mph range with gusts near 30 mph. Cherokee Co.is still forecast for winds to increase throughout the afternoon, evening & into overnight hours. The maximum wind gust for our area (between now & 5 am Tuesday) is expected to be in the 50 mph range. Winds should diminish between midnight & 5/6 am time range but will still be an issue even after the precipitation has ended. Still expecting 3-5” rain through Tuesday morning. Flash floods are possible. Be cautious of downed trees, power outages and heavy rain. For emergency assistance, call 911.

Cherokee TRIAD - S.A.L.T. Fundraiser Not another boring Facebook post BUTT read on: Butt? That's right - Boston Butts. Wow! 4-5 pounds of fully-cooked (prepared by Williamson Bros BBQ) Boston Butt for just $35. Tailgating, midnight snacks, sandwiches - Mmmmmm. Cherokee Senior And Law Enforcement Together (SALT), a non-profit organization providing education to reduce the victimization of the elderly, is raising needed funds by selling fully-cooked Boston Butts. Accepting orders until September 17th with pick-up on September 3rd. See flyer to order on-line at www.saltcherokee.com.

YMCA Cherokee Opens as Emergency Shelter The Cherokee Outdoor YMCA will be available for evacuees needing emergency housing. Space is limited and for emergencies only. Dave Andrews of the YMCA Atlanta should be contacted to secure housing. He is receiving requests and responding to inquiries at DaveA@ymcaatlanta.org.

Schools Closed Monday & Tuesday All Cherokee County Schools, school offices, and operations of any kind have been cancelled for Monday, September 11 and Tuesday, September 12. Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has declared a state of emergency for all 159 counties ahead of Hurricane Irma. Holly Springs PD urges you to stay informed, have a plan, have a kit , and help your neighbors. Kit Ideas: water (1-gallon per person per day), 3-day supply of food, radio with batteries, First Aid, garbage bags (personal hygiene) , flashlights, medications, baby formula, cell phone, etc. See www.ready.ga.gov for more ideas.

Holly Springs PD Swears In New Officer The Holly Springs Police Department completed a swearing-in ceremony today of Officer Kyle Bunch. Officer Bunch is the latest to join the police department as it grows to meet the service demands of the community. Conducting the swearing-in was Judge Darrell Caudill. Pictured with them are Chief Mike Carswell and Deputy Chief Tommy Keheley. Welcome aboard Officer Bunch.

HSPD Community TRACE Meeting Saturday A community crime and safety information meeting is scheduled for Saturday August 19, 2017 at 9:00 am at the Harmony Lake Clubhouse. Everyone is invited, however, the meeting information is specifically targeted for residents of Zone 1 and Zone 3. Snacks will be provided.

Lieutenant Commander Steve Cohen recently completed the School of Police Staff and Command sponsored by Northwestern University. The class was hosted by the Kennesaw State University Police Department.Accredited courses completed during the session included Leadership, Organizational Behavior, Applied Statistics, Human Resources, Employee Relations as well as Planning and Policy. Other blocks of instruction included Resource Allocation, and Budgeting. This course of study will assist Lieutenant Commander Cohen in his duties with the Holly Springs Police Department. We are very proud of Lieutenant Commander Cohen and his accomplishment.

Successful Night @ Night Out Against Crime The national Night Out Against Crime event was a success yesterday evening thanks to all of you who stopped by the HSPD booth to offer your encouragement and commitment. This annual national event is a reminder that everyone is invested in keeping our neighborhoods a safe place to live. As usual, our magic popcorn machine was a HUGE draw for kids of all ages.

National Night Out Against Crime Join Holly Springs Police Tuesday, August 1st from 6 pm - 9 pm at the City of Woodstock Park at City Center (101 Arnold Mill Rd) to celebrate the National Night Out Against Crime. The theory behind the event is to have the community show its support for each other, and against crime, by turning on a porch light and coming out to attend the festival event with other residents of the community, community leaders and first responders, including local law enforcement officers, firefighters and EMT’s. Follow your nose to the HSPD booth for FREE popcorn served in a Holly Springs Police "glow in the dark" cup.

Thin Blue Line A "Thin Blue Line" flag presentation was made to Chief Mike Carswell by Bob Kovacs, a "Blue Backer" and Cherokee County Commissioner, District 3. It reminds us of a line from a Johnny Cash song, "We're kinda proud of that ragged old flag." We'll take care of it and work hard to honor what it represents. Thanks for thinking of us Mr. Kovacs.