Chamblee Police Department

  • Agency: Chamblee Police Department
  • Address: 3518 Broad St., Chamblee, 30341 GA
  • Chief: R Marc Johnson (Chief of Police)
Phone: (770) 986-5005
Fax: (770) 986-5017

Chamblee Police Department is located at 3518 Broad St., Chamblee, 30341 GA. The Chief of Police of the department is R Marc Johnson. The Chamblee Police Department phone number is (770) 986-5005.

Chamblee Police Department News

Come out for a fun filled day of bowling to raise money for Chamblee's annual Shop With a Cop! If you have a 4-person team, please submit your team name and a payment of $100 either before or on Nov. 12th. Individuals may register for $25/person. We hope to see you there!!

Special thanks to Dr. Francisco Pastor with Clínica Pastor Chiropractic for providing breakfast and coffee to the officers today! We appreciate it, especially on this cold morning! Clínica Pastor

ATTENTION: According to GDOT, Buford Highway will reopen in both directions by 12:30 today. Here are a few photos of the road repairs.

Traffic Alert!!! All lanes of Buford Hwy (State Route 13) just south of Beverly Hills Drive in the City of Chamblee are closed for emergency road repairs due to erosion. This closure is expected to last for a minimum of 24 hours as repair crews begin their work. At some point Buford Hwy traffic will be closed at Beverly Hills Drive and Shallowford Terrace. Please plan to use I-85 and Shallowford Road as alternate routes in the area.

Here is another perspective of Chief Beller's speech - from the crowd!

Chamblee’s Plaza Fiesta Mall on Buford Hwy is the premiere center of activity for the Hispanic Community throughout the metro area. They regularly host special events and holiday celebrations attended by thousands. The Chamblee Police Department values the strong relationship, based on trust and mutual respect, we have always enjoyed with our Hispanic community. We were happy to have the opportunity to address the crowd at the recent celebration of Mexico’s Independence Day. Chamblee Asst. Chief Beller spoke regarding this special relationship and four areas of concern: gangs, domestic violence, drugs, and sex trafficking. When the police and the community work together, hand in hand, in fighting these problems, we can create a safer city with the highest quality of life for everyone. Here is a video recorded by Chief Beller's body cam.

Chamblee Police are investigating a drug related shooting that occurred yesterday evening at the Sierra Village Apartments. One person was shot and killed and another is in critical condition after receiving a gunshot wound to the chest. Chamblee Police are treating the incident as drug related; 7 kilos of cocaine and $230,000 in counterfeit hundred dollar bills were recovered at the scene. The name of the decedent is not being released until next-of-kin notification has been made. Chamblee Police are asking anyone with any information regarding this incident to please call 770-986-5005. The case is ongoing.

We came, we ran, we got a tshirt! Chamblee PD members participated in the Officer Down 5k this morning at Dekalb Headquarters. Fun times!

Chamblee was well represented in today’s Dekalb Chief’s Association Top Shot Competition. More than 70 officers from more than 30 local, state, and federal agencies came to fight for prizes and more importantly, bragging rights. We have a history of doing well in this type of event and today was no different! Officer Val Khoshtariya was the overall Top Shot and won a H&K VP9 pistol. Sgt. Robert Bodron won the steel match and won a Smith & Wesson pistol. Assistant Chief Beller won the Chief’s match for the second time! Our Cop-N-Stuff team served lunch for everyone. Most importantly, there was a lot of fun to be had. The brotherhood and camaraderie between all the agencies is impressive and appreciated.

ATTENTION: Peachtree Blvd. is currently CLOSED around the area of Clairmont Road and Chamblee Tucker Road due to a gas leak. Please be aware that there may be detours and/or heavy traffic congestion in the area. Please plan accordingly. Thank you.

After Hurricane Irma struck Florida, Chamblee Cop-N-Stuff sprang into action by starting a campaign to raise funds and solicit donations to support the victims of Irma. As a result, we were able to collect 18,000 bottles of water, 6,000 diapers, 18,000 baby wipes, 1,525 rolls of toilet paper, 500 tubes of toothpaste, 500 toothbrushes, 400 lbs. of animal food, 9 pallets of meats (chicken, burgers, steaks and seafood) and a ton of other miscellaneous items (clothing, feminine products and cleaning supplies). On September 24, 2017 Chamblee Cop-N-Stuff delivered all donated items to South Florida. Specifically the Naples area (Immokalee, Copeland, Everglades City and Naples). While in Naples, Cop-N-Stuff distributed donated items and assisted local residents with tree/debris removal, mucking (removal of mud/slush saturated items from inside flooded homes) and light demolition. Members of the Doraville Police Department joined our efforts and jointly we were able to provide some assistance and comfort to residents of the Naples area. I Care Atlanta provided the meats and assisted us with providing humanitarian support. However, none of this could have been possible without the full support of City of Chamblee elected officials, city hall staff and especially the Chamblee Police Department Chief of Police Donny Williams. A special thanks goes out to the City of Chamblee Business Community (Jim Ellis, Walmart, Woodgate and Cumberland Court Apartments and others) and residents for its overwhelming support and donations.

Around 3 o'clock this morning, Chamblee Police arrested two juveniles responsible for breaking into at least 10 cars in the Keswick area. Some items stolen from cars have been recovered and the case is ongoing. Anyone who is a victim of this crime is asked to contact the Chamblee Police Department (Lt. Waasdorp or Inv. Winfield)at 770-986-5005 and reference case numbers 17-05627 through 17-05634.

Today, our Chamblee team jumped right in and helped remove debris throughout the community of Naples. Also, they helped migrant workers at Six L’s Farm. It has been a very successful day!! Thank you all for the continued support!

They have arrived!! Our Chamblee team safely made it to Naples! Here are some photos so far. Once the trucks and vans are unloaded, they will be staying a few days to help Hurricane Irma victims.

Our Chamblee team is halfway to Naples, Florida! Keep checking our page for more updates and pictures from the trip!

Thank you to all who have contributed to the Hurricane Irma Relief. We are proud to announce that we have surpassed our original goal!! We will be heading to Naples, Florida early Friday morning (9/22/17) with 2 U-Haul trucks, 2 vans, an SUV and a trailer all FULL of donated items! Because of our amazing community, businesses and employees, we have collected: more than 18,000 bottles of water, nearly 6,000 diapers, 18,000+ baby wipes, 1,525 rolls of toilet paper, 500 tubes of toothpaste, 500 toothbrushes, 400lbs. of animal food, 20+ boxes of food, 3 boxes of baby food/items, 2 containers of feminine products and 3 boxes of cleaning supplies. We also have a ton of misc. items that we are taking, including: batteries, bug repellent, blankets/towels, first aid supplies, socks, soap/deodorant and so much more. Anthony Delgado of I Care of Atlanta will accompany us (in his refrigeration truck) and deliver 9 pallets of assorted meats to include burgers, ribs, steaks, seafood and chicken. We hope to play a small part in helping some of the victims with rebuilding their lives after such a devastating event. Again, thank you all. We could not have done this without everyone coming together and collecting these items. Check our Facebook page for photos and updates of our journey!!

These young people are helping to lead the way through unselfish giving. They sold lemonade and saved their money in order to be a help to the victims of Hurricane Irma! Thank you so much!

Chamblee Community Rocks!!! So far we have collected over 600 cases of water (with two more pallets to be delivered next week), 40 cases of toilet paper and bunches of other various supplies to be delivered next week to South Florida in support of Irma Relief. We believe that at this point we are “good” with water. Items still needed are: Large Plastic Storage Bins Adult/Baby Diapers Heavy Duty Trash Bags Cleaning Supplies (bleach, gloves, detergent, etc.) Paper Towels First Aid Supplies (new unopened items, i.e. band aids, Aspirin, Tylenol, Ace Wraps, etc.) Personal Hygiene Products (tooth paste, tooth brushes, soap, shampoo, deodorant, wipes, etc.) Female Hygiene Products Insect Repellant Keep the goods coming!!!

Photos from the Chamblee Stuff-A-Truck Event! Today and tomorrow 8:00am - 8:00pm!

Chamblee Stuff-A-Truck Event! Today and tomorrow 8:00am - 8:00pm at the Chamblee Police Department (3518 Broad Street). Please stop by and assist the Chamblee Police Department and Cop-N-Stuff members by donating items that will provide relief for Hurricane Irma victims in the Miami-Dade area! Contact the Chamblee P.D. at (770)986-5005 or Captain Ernesto Ford for any additional information at (470)395-2413.

Ground Breaking for the DeKalb County Fallen Officers Monument Come join us!!! In Memory of the 42 DeKalb County Law Enforcement Officers who have given their lives in the line of duty, the North Decatur Lions Club, DeKalb County Law Enforcement Agencies and City of Chamblee will dedicate a Monument at Dresden Park located at 2301 Dresden Drive, Chamblee GA 30341 on October 4, 2017 (time TBD). Anyone wishing to donate, may contact Charlene Fang at If you purchase an 8 inch by 8 inch brick (with a name engraved) on or before October 4th, the price is $25. Brick purchases after October 4, 2017 will be $115. These can also be made through Ms. Fang.

Chamblee residents are truly amazing! We have already started getting donations for our Stuff-A-Truck event! All dontations will go to help with Hurricane Irma Relief. We are planning to take the items to Florida ourselves soon. Please continue to donate and share!