Alpharetta Police Department

  • Agency: Alpharetta Police Department
  • Address: 2565 Old Milton Pkwy, Alpharetta, 30004 GA
  • Chief: Gary George (Director of Public Safety)

Alpharetta Police Department is located at 2565 Old Milton Pkwy, Alpharetta, 30004 GA. The Director of Public Safety of the department is Gary George. The Alpharetta Police Department phone number is 678-297-6306.

Alpharetta Police Department News

Bringing our partners together to evaluate emergency procedures to make our community safer. Starting the conversation. #AlpharettaActive #ADPS #QualityofLifeisJobOne

Every week our Police Explorers meet and train in the hopes to one day be tomorrow’s law enforcement. If this is something you or your child would like to do then send Ofc. Amanda Clay an email at

50 years of 9-1-1. Check out the story at

Update!!! All lanes are reopened. ———- Traffic accident on Hwy 9 at Devore Road. Both inside lanes north and south are currently shut down.

Have you ever wanted to create an artistic masterpiece of your pet? Join our K9 officers for a special PAINT YOUR PET class at Painting with a Twist Sunday, February 25th at 12PM! Their artists will pre-sketch your canvas using a picture of your pet so that it is ready for you to paint when you arrive! You will leave with a one-of-a-kind masterpiece to cherish forever! We will be in attendance and painting as well! Book your seat and come spend some time with us! 15% of each registration will be donated to the Alpharetta Public Safety Foundation which is a 501(c)(3) organization that supports us in our time of need. To register, please visit

Vehicle crash: GA400 NB off ramp to Windward Pkwy. On left shoulder, clearing shortly. Please keep your eyes on the road and off of your phone.

Because they are the most awesomest community ever, duh! #We❤️Alpharetta #ADPS

North Fulton Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 12002 presented public safety awards (Officer and Firefighter of the year) to two of our own last night. Candidates from Law Enforcement and Firefighters had to meet a level of standards. Both were recognized for Demonstrating consistent excellence in the performance of their duties. They Displayed consistent dedication to their official responsibilities over a period of years, and both have shown continuous growth in responsibilities and skills within their profession. Congratulations to Officer Amanda Clay and Firefighter Phillip Seabolt!

First we would like to apologize for not getting this out earlier. We train a lot using various locations around the City when the opportunity is made available. Most of the time very few people ever notice. Then you bring in the explosive breachers and being noticed becomes an understatement. We should have notified you ahead of time and we dropped the ball. We own it and sincerely apologize. Fulton County Schools and Fulton County Schools Police Department have been awesome friends allowing us and other agencies the opportunity to use this facility before final demolition is started and new school is born. One of our followers said it best, "Even in her older years she's still teaching people. #MHS" We will be better because of this training and are grateful for the opportunity. Our training at this location should conclude tomorrow night. We hope we do not further disturb any of the neighbors and again apologize for the not letting you know yesterday. #WeTrainForYou #BeSafeAlpharetta #ADPS

Update!****** Great news Monace Regito has been located without incident in Smyrna. Thank you for your help! --------------------------------------- Missing person Alert!! We need your help in locating Monace Regito. Mr. Regito is 28 years old, but has the diminished capacity of a 16 year old. He is 6’03” about 190 pounds. He was last seen on 02/02/2018 on Kilmington Court. It’s possible he took a bus to Texas to see a friend. It is uncertain if he took his medication when he left and the family is extremely concerned about his safety. If you have any information on this case please call 911, send us a direct message, or select the “Submit a Crime Tip” button to submit your information.

Congratulations and welcome aboard Officer Ross and Officer Legg. #ADPS #welcometothefamily #QualityOfLifeIsJobOne

Our Alpharetta Police Explorers spent the weekend competing at the Winterfest Explorers competitions in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Overall they did a great job finishing 4th in the written exam and 4th in the interviews and interrogations. Follow their page at "Alpharetta Police Explorers Post 919" to learn all about this program, and how you or your child can be an explorer today!

Update!!!! We have located Mrs. Morgan without incident. Thank you for your help! ---------------- Missing Person Alert! We are looking for 64 year old Cheryl Morgan. Mrs. Morgan has been diagnosed with dementia. She was last seen at North Point Mall wearing a blue sweater and blue jeans. If you have any information on her whereabouts please call 911.

Yesterday our Citizens Academy learned how to administer CPR and how to use the AED device. This class was taught by our very own and talented Captain/Deputy Fire Marshal Casey Beynon. To hear more about our Citizens Academy and how you can join our next class, email Ofc. H. Shoffeitt at

Check out all the fun our Alpharetta Police Explorers are having at the Winterfest competition in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Follow their page "Alpharetta Police Explorers Post 919" to learn all about this program, and how you or your child can be an explorer today!

We wrap up Severe Weather Preparedness Week with flood safety. #BeSafeAlpharetta

We skipped tornado safety on Wednesday as we had an actual weather event moving through.

Abducted child from Texas found in Alpharetta, suspect arrested, and child reunited with her mother. Yesterday around 5:00pm, we were contacted by DeKalb County PD. They had received a tip that a person wanted out of Texas was in our jurisdiction. Nathaniel James was wanted for the kidnapping of his daughter Saadiya James. He was believed to be driving a stolen car from Maryland and was at a hotel in Alpharetta. Our officers located the vehicle parked behind the Hyatt Place hotel on Windward Pkwy. James was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Fulton County Jail to await extradition. The child was rescued unharmed and brought to headquarters. DFACS met with the child. It was agreed that the best thing we could was to reunite Mother and child as soon as possible. Two officers transported the child to Memphis, TN to meet the mother who was coming from Tulsa, OK. The child was reunited with her mother in Memphis without incident. The officers are on their way back to Alpharetta. Great teamwork!

As part of a statewide tornado drill we will be sounding off our tornado sirens at 9 o’clock sharp.

Get the facts on lightning safety from the National Weather Service.

This morning we had the privilege of visiting and playing bingo with some of our wonderful senior citizens at The Phoenix at Roswell. They are probably the most skillful group of bingo players in Alpharetta. We certainly did not stand a chance at Pictionary 😔😃. Thanks again for the invite and we look forward to doing this again soon!

Yesterday at approximately 12:00 pm, Alpharetta PD responded to a home invasion on Thompson Street. One of the victims stated that she and a friend were inside the home when two male subjects armed with handguns forced their way into the home and demanded money. After taking the victims’ cash, the suspects fled in what was described as a silver vehicle, possibly a late model Nissan hatchback (see attached image, not the actual vehicle). They were seen headed westbound on Thompson Street towards Haynes Bridge Road. The victims described two susopects, one was a black male and the other, a mixed race male, possibly Asian/White or Latino. Both suspects appeared to be in their early to mid 20’s and were wearing dark hoodies. If you have any information on this case please send us a direct message or select the “Submit a Crime Tip” button to submit your information.

Yesterday our community relations team taught CRASE (Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events) to a group of employees of a local business. Despite the title, the program (approx. 1 hour) teaches the proper mindset for civilians’ emergency response to the many types of situations we could find ourselves in,.. We offer many programs for our community, to learn more about them, you can contact Ofc. A. Furr at for the Business Watch programs or Ofc. H. Shoffeitt at for the Neighborhood Watch Programs.

Thunderstorms! If you have lived here for anytime you know we get these often. Stay informed, stay alert, and #BeSafeAlpharetta