Clarkston Police Department

  • Agency: Clarkston Police Department
  • Address: 3921 Church Street, Clarkston, 30021 GA
  • Chief: T J Scipio (Chief of Police)

Clarkston Police Department is located at 3921 Church Street, Clarkston, 30021 GA. The Chief of Police of the department is T J Scipio. The Clarkston Police Department phone number is 404-296-0998.

Clarkston Police Department News

It was our pleasure to meet all these smiling, shining young people!! #ClarkstonGAPolice, #communitypolicing

Suspect Captured McKenzie has been arrested

The Clarkston Police Department wants to keep your two and four legs family members safe. Important tips to make this Halloween a Spook-tacular Fun Time!

Russell Erickson thanked CKPD with cake & ice cream. It’s the one year anniversary from when he was assaulted. We were glad to be there for him when he needed help.

Clarkston Police Department utilizes surveillance technology and cameras In efforts to prevent and decrease recent and on-going criminal activities the City of Clarkston Police Department (CPD) is utilizing surveillance technology and cameras. Clarkston’s Criminal Investigation Division Detectives have been monitoring crime trends throughout the city to identify “hot spots” of criminal activities. After determining these “hot spots”, cameras have been strategically placed to assist in identifying those suspected and responsible for the criminal activities in areas throughout Clarkston. As is common with criminal activity, the areas that are being targeted are very fluid and are constantly changing, therefore, these selected cameras and technology can and will be adjusted, located accordingly. Please assist your Clarkston Police Department by staying alert to any criminal activities and by monitoring the City’s social media platforms (e.g., Nextdoor and Facebook) for information, alerts and updates about crimes and criminal trends in the city of Clarkston.

The Clarkston Police Department is offering a series of Free Community Classes to provide helpful information on four important topics. The October 26 Class will be held in the Clarkston Womens Club (3913 Church Street) and the first 10 to arrive receive a free gift. Prevent Becoming a Crime Victim October 26, 2017, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. We will discuss how to prevent from becoming a victim of a crime. How you can decrease the chances of becoming a victim identity theft by properly disposing certain documents and how to identify scams. Securing your valuables in vehicles so that you will not be targeted by thieves and how to prevent your residence from being targeted by thieves will also be discussed.

Justin Tarus Anderson has been Found!

Officer Konger receives Officer of the Quarter and a special Commendation at the 10-3-17 Council Meeting. Congratulations!

Next Free Police Class will be October 26, 2017 at the Clarkston Women’s Club Topic: Prevent Becoming a Crime Victim The Clarkston Police Department is offering a series of Free Community Classes to provide helpful information on four important topics. Please click the link below to review the flyer information below and plan to sign up. You may print and mail the completed registration form or register by phone, 404-292-9465 or email police@cityofclarkston.com. The October Class has been moved from the Council room (3921 Church St) to the Clarkston Womens Club (3913 Church Street) and the first 10 to arrive receive a free gift. Visit website for more info. http://www.clarkstonga.gov/…/sign-up-for-free-clarkston-pol…

Next Free Police Class 9-28-17 The Clarkston Police Department is offering a series of Free Community Classes to provide helpful information on four important topics. Please click the link below to review the flyer information below and plan to sign up. You may print and mail the completed registration form or register by phone, 404-292-9465 or email police@cityofclarkston.com. Classes will be held in the Clarkston Council Room (3921 Church Street) and the first 10 to arrive receive a free gift. Visit website for more info. http://www.clarkstonga.gov/city-events/sign-up-for-free-clarkston-police-community-classes.html

The video shows two suspects attempting to break into vehicles on Ridgeland Trail on 09/24/2017 at approximately 2:00 AM. There has been a series of Entering Autos and Burglaries in that area over the past couple weeks. If you have any information on the suspects, please contact Detective Jasond E. Elliott, Clarkston Police Department, Criminal Investigation Division, 3921 Church Street, Clarkston, Georgia 30021, jelliott@cityofclarkston.com, Office: (404)292-9465

CPD Auto/Car Break-In Prevention Safety Tips

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National Night Out Event August 1st 6-8PM The Clarkston Police Department will be hosting National Night Out, Tuesday, August 1st from 6-8PM in the Tahoe Shopping Center 4600 E Ponce de Leon Ave. Come Join Your Community! Community & Personal Safety, Information & Demonstrations: • Impaired Driver Simulator • Child Booster Seat Demonstrations • Minority Youth Violence Prevention • Voter Registration • Self-Defense and Martial Arts Demonstrations • Great Start Georgia • Home Security Family Friendly Activities: • Basketball Shoot-A-Rounds • Water Bottle Toss Challenge • And more… Public Safety Vehicles on Display: (Includes) • Clarkston Police Department: Cruiser, Motorcycle and Mobile Unit (Child/Children Fingerprinting) • DeKalb County: Fire & Rescue Truck Free Hot dogs & Hamburgers

National Night Out Event August 1st 6-8PM The Clarkston Police Department will be hosting National Night Out, Tuesday, August 1st from 6-8PM in the Tahoe Shopping Center 4600 E Ponce de Leon Ave. Come Join Your Community! Community & Personal Safety, Information & Demonstrations: • Impaired Driver Simulator • Child Booster Seat Demonstrations • Minority Youth Violence Prevention • Voter Registration • Self-Defense and Martial Arts Demonstrations • Great Start Georgia • Home Security Family Friendly Activities: • Basketball Shoot-A-Rounds • Water Bottle Toss Challenge • And more… Public Safety Vehicles on Display: (Includes) • Clarkston Police Department: Cruiser, Motorcycle and Mobile Unit (Child/Children Fingerprinting) • DeKalb County: Fire & Rescue Truck Free Hot dogs & Hamburgers

Officer Brewer meets with children in Portofino Apartments area.

Sgt. H. Hess, the Clarkston Police Department’s Training and State Certification Manager, was a guest speaker at the Lutheran Services of Georgia’s Cultural Orientation Class. He provided educational information on the police department and detailed some differences between police officers in their home countries and the United States. Thank you to Megan Keaveney, Cultural Orientation Coordinator, for facilitating the Clarkston Police Departments participation in the class.

OFC Ashby and OFC Bulcher with the Burundi Drummers

SGT Sparks implements Community Policing at Indian Creek Apartments by interacting with Clarkston children.

Just as a notification, this Clarkston Police is located in Georgia. We've had several notifications that pertain to Clarkston, Washington state.