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

Combat Pistol Match - Another Chamblee Sweep! Yesterday, nineteen of the top police shooters in the state converged in Dalton for the pistol shooting competition at the Ga Police and Fire Games. The day started with a Bullseye Match and then a challenging Combat Pistol Match. For the second year in a row, the Chamblee Police Department swept the top three rankings in Combat Pistol. Asst. Chief Mike Beller was first, Officer Val Khoshtariya got second, and Sgt. Robert Bodron took third. Asst. Chief Beller also won first place in the Bullseye Match. Our department had eight officers competing in the pistol matches, more than any other agency. We are proud of these officers and the outstanding way they represented CPD!

Yesterday, 6/21/18, a goat wandered into the Chamblee Police Department prisoner entrance/exit area. “Billie” appeared to be turning himself in, perhaps after doing something baaaaaaad! The gates were dropped and the area was secured until Animal Control responded.

Congratulations to everyone, especially our own! Asst. Chief Beller, Sgt. Stern, and Officer Khoshtariya!!

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Congratulations Junior Police Academy Cadets 18-01!!!! It was fun, however all good things must come to an end. We enjoyed the experience and hope you guys feel the same!!

JPA 18-01 Day 4.... Cadets received rigorous physical fitness training and self-defense classes. Afterwards we enjoyed some outdoor fun (football, basketball and soccer). We later toured DeKalb County Fire Station #15 and the DeKalb County Animal Shelter (located on Chamblee Dunwoody Road). And of course we ended the day with ice cream from Frosty Caboose. Enjoy a short video and photos of today’s activities.

Basketball time!!!

Junior Police Academy playing football!

JPA 18-01 Cadets enjoyed a fun filled day at the county jail and even tasted some of DeKalb's finest jail cuisine. They spent the afternoon learning what it is like to drive and walk impaired....enjoy the photos!

JPA 18-01 Jail Visit

In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation which designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week. Currently, tens of thousands of law enforcement officers from around the world converge in Washington, DC to participate in a number of planned events which honor those that have paid the ultimate sacrifice. This year, one of our own, Ofc. Sean Chiang, attended in order to honor the memory of two friends that were killed in the line of duty. He described the event as "a memorable and poignant experience to be able to represent our department and meet fellow officers from across the country and the world."

Due to such an overwhelming demand for Chamblee Police Department's self defense classes, we have added more dates! June 7th (6pm-7pm) July 18th (6pm-7pm) August- TBA September 26th (6pm-7pm) October 17th (6pm-7pm) The classes will be held at the Chamblee Civic Center. They are free and open to 25 participants. Register by contacting Ofc. Chris Poythress at or by calling (470)395-2441.

It's our 100th Anniversary!! Chamblee Police Department was founded 100 years ago this month. In May 1918, our agency was formed as a condition to open the City of Chamblee up to the soldiers of Camp Gordon. Here is an Atlanta Journal article from May 5, 1918!

Congratulations to Officer Nam Le on being selected as Officer of the Quarter!! We appreciate all that you do!

Chamblee is currently accepting applications for Junior Police Academy!! May 25th is the deadline for students between the ages of 13-16 to apply. For more information, visit our website (

Next week, April 8-14, 2018, is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week! Every year during the second week of April, the telecommunications personnel in the public safety community, are honored. This week-long event, initially set up in 1981 by Patricia Anderson of the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office in California, is a time to celebrate and thank those who dedicate their lives to serving the public (the unseen heroes). It is a week that should be set aside so everyone can be made aware of their hard work and dedication. Thank you to the Chamblee Dispatchers for the sacrifices you make to create a better and safer community for the city of Chamblee! If you're nearby next week, please stop in and show your appreciation! City of Chamblee, GA

Chamblee Police Department Media Release Contact: Captain Ernesto Ford March 21, 2018 470-395-2413 Burglary/Peeping Tom Arrest 18-01847 On March 20, 2018 Chamblee Police arrested Walther Morales-Roblero in connection with the burglary/peeping tom incident reported on March 10, 2018. The suspect was identified after a composite sketch was circulated throughout the department and community. Chamblee Police Officer Corea Loyd noticed the similarities between the person listed in the composite sketch and Walther Morales-Roblero, a person she had arrested in the past. The victim in the March 20th incident positively identified Morales-Roblero after being presented with a photographic lineup. Morales-Roblero was arrested and is being charged with burglary and peeping tom.

Early this morning, Chamblee Police responded to a burglary in progress in the 3800 block of Longview Drive. Entry was made through an open garage door. Investigators processed the scene and are seeking the assistance of anyone that has video surveillance cameras that may have captured to suspect walking through the neighborhood. The suspect is described as Hispanic or White Male, short hair, 5’9, 180 lbs. wearing a turquoise hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans. Witnesses stated that he was previously seen riding through the neighborhood on a bike. Home owners are reminded to lock all entry doors at all times and especially doors leading into the home from open garages. Detective Winfield is the case detective, please contact him with any video or other information related to this case. He can be reached at or 470-395-2429.

The self-defense classes will be held March 14, June 7, and September 26. We hope to see you there!