Clayton County Police Department

  • Agency: Clayton County Police Department
  • Address: 7911 N. MCDONOUGH STREET, Jonesboro, 30236 GA
  • Chief: Greg Porter (Chief of Police)
Phone: (770) 477-3747
Fax: 770-477-3745

Clayton County Police Department is located at 7911 N. MCDONOUGH STREET, Jonesboro, 30236 GA. The Chief of Police of the department is Greg Porter. The Clayton County Police Department phone number is (770) 477-3747.

Clayton County Police Department News

We were invited to West Clayton Elementary for Career Day. What a pleasure! The safety patrol must’ve heard all about how much officers👮‍♂️👮‍♀️ like good food 🥞🥓because they offered us breakfast 👍We really appreciate the opportunity to interact with the kiddos!

🗣Promotions!!! Congratulations are again in order! We introduce to you 🔍Det. Milanes and 🔍Det. Montgomery. It’s official! The orders have been 🖋 signed, ✉️sealed and 📪delivered! Join us as we congratulate these two very hardworking gentlemen! We’re super proud of them!!

We're seeking permanent, loving homes for the 🐕🐈animals in our shelters.

Save the date! March 9th, 2018 is the date for the State of Clayton County which will be held at the Georgia International Convention Center.

Congrats to Officer K. Hutchens on winning the Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Georgia Public Servant Award for 2017-2018. He was honored at the Macon City Marriott on Saturday, February 17, 2018. 💙

Here’s a great opportunity to voice your opinion about what’s going on in Clayton County.

Be Ours ❤️. We’re HIRING! Call us at 770-477-3534 for more info! #ValentinesDay2018 #Recruiting

Happy Valentine's Day!

Final arrangements have been made for Fallen Locust Grove Police Officer, Chase Maddox.

Our Safety in the Church forum was a success👍👍! Chief Kevin Roberts and Deputy Chief Brian Danekes started the discussion on leadership. We were very fortunate to have the most qualified speakers in the county including Officer Eddie Soto, Chaplain LaVoris Holloway, and Investigator John Gosart from the District Attorney's Office. 💙We’d also like to express a special thank you to Chaplain Anderson and the entire staff at new Macedonia Baptist ⛪️

🗣️ Tonight is the night! We're ready to have some good conversation and provide some good information. We sure hope y'all are ready!

Lock it or lose it. Park smart and stay safe!

If you're going to meet with people you you met online to buy, sell or trade items, you should take a few precautions. Here is what we suggest...

In remembrance of our brother, Major Gregory Eugene Barney, Riverdale Police Department. Gone but never forgotten ~E.O.W. 2-11-16 💙 Major Greg Barney was shot and killed while assisting members of the Clayton County Police Department at an apartment complex in the 6600 block of Church Street. Major Barney, who was not wearing a vest, was standing by on the perimeter while other officers served a warrant at an apartment. When officers knocked on the door the subject ran out of a back door and encountered Major Barney. The subject shot Major Barney four times in the torso and arm as he continue to flee. A Clayton County officer confronted and shot the subject a short distance away. The man died from his wounds several weeks later. Major Barney was transported to Southern Regional Medical Center where he succumbed to the wound. Major Barney was a U.S. Navy veteran and had served with the Riverdale Police Department for 26 years and had previously served with the Fulton County Sheriff's Office for six months. He is survived by his wife and children.

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. Chief Roberts and members of the CCPD family attended the Self Love It’s A Family Affair Teen Dating Violence Awareness event at Mundy’s Mill High School.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Officer Chase Maddox, the men and women of the Locust Grove Police Department and the Henry County Sheriff's Office. Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one's life for one's friends. ~John 15:13

Using your seatbelt is about more than not getting a ticket. It's sometimes the difference between life and death. Wear your seatbelt! Someone expects you to arrive alive. #ArriveAliveGA

The Lovejoy Police Department is seeking the identity of the man in the photo. He committed an armed robbery at a Verizon store on January 31, 2018 in the city limits of Lovejoy. Do you know who he is? If so, help Lovejoy out and contact Det. R. Walters Sr. at 678-902-9139 to provide info.

Knowing what you own – the difference between recovering and not recovering stolen property. ReportIt lets you securely store serial numbers, item descriptions, pictures, and scans of receipts so that your items may be more easily identified in the event of theft or loss. The best thing about this service is that it is FREE to the citizens within our jurisdiction because we subscribe to the service and use it as an investigative tool to recover lost and stolen property. Here's the link to get started:

Several 🌧️rainy days are ahead...Drive carefully, don't follow 🚗🚙 too close and don't 📱text and drive. Remember👉 Emergency Flashers are for EMERGENCIES, don't turn them on simply because it's raining. Turn on your headlights. Have a safe and dry Wednesday folks!

Let's help Forsyth County Sheriff's Office out! Do you know any of these suspects? If so, Contact FCSO Detective Greg Cannon at 770-781-2222 ext. 3337.

Our Church Safety event is next week. Come talk safety with us on February 13, 2018. It's definitely a conversation worth having. We hope to 👀see you there!

Keep Your Eyes Open and Be A Good Neighbor! Having a neighbor that you can trust is like being at home all the time. Do not ignore your neighbors! Start to build a trusting and comfortable relationship with them. Your neighbor can be your eyes while you are away.

Hands down, this was the best Super Bowl Commercial ever! Go ahead and click the like button. We know you're at home "sick" and on Facebook the day after #SuperBowlSunday... #SuperSickMonday 😂 Happy Monday folks!