Glynn County Police Department

  • Agency: Glynn County Police Department
  • Address: 157 Public Safety Blvd., Brunswick, 31525 GA
  • Chief: Matthew J Doering (Chief of Police)
Phone: (912) 554-7800
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Glynn County Police Department is located at 157 Public Safety Blvd., Brunswick, 31525 GA. The Chief of Police of the department is Matthew J Doering. The Glynn County Police Department phone number is (912) 554-7800.

Glynn County Police Department News

REWARD BEING OFFERED FOR INFORMATION ON RECENT SHOOTINGS

The Glynn County Police Department Honor Guard posting of the colors at the 2017 Georgia Governor's Tourism Conference on Jekyll Island.

Thank you to Officer Wooten for going above and beyond!

Thank you to Officer Robert Mydell and Officer Melisa Spencer for making this little boy's birthday at North Glynn special!

Multiple county departments and public safety entities working hand-in-hand to provide a safe environment for visitors.

Glynn County Police Cadets participate in the "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes: The International Men's March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault & Gender Violence" while attending the police academy in Tifton. Pictured L to R: Derrick Ciani, Trenton Sherman, Kevin Mulkey and James Lewis.

Interim Police Chief John Powell, Glynn County Information Technology Manager John Catron, and Sergeant David Haney at the 2017 IACP Conference.

On October 23, 2017, the Community United Effort "On the Road to Remember Tour" stopped at the Glynn County Police Department to bring awareness to unsolved missing persons and homicide cases. Featured cases were Michael and Monica Bennett, siblings who went missing in 1989, Terrence Felder, who was murdered in 2007, Richard Hollis, who was murdered in 2012, Peter Alston, who was murdered in 2013, and Daniel Gilliam, who was murdered in 2017. We would like to recognize and thank their families and friends who came out to show support. If you have information in any of the listed cases which leads to an arrest and conviction, you may be eligible for a reward in an amount up to $10,000. Do the right thing and speak up! Call 912.554.7802 or the Silent Witness line at 912.264.1333 with any information.

The Glynn County Police Department would like to congratulate Investigator J.T. Cassada, as well as all of the American Legion 9, Brunswick,Ga Officers of the Year for a job well done! Georgia State Patrol Glynn County School Police City of Brunswick Georgia Police Department Law Enforcement Division - Georgia DNR Glynn-Brunswick 911 Center

Please share with anyone that may visit St. Simons Island or the Golden Isles for the annual Georgia / Florida football game. The Glynn County Police Department would like everyone to have a safe weekend!

Glynn County Police Department SWAT Team members receive Medals of Valor. Photo Credits: Taylor Cooper, The Brunswick News

The Glynn County Police Department needs your help. We would like to speak with the male seen in the photos regarding a theft. If you know the identity of the male, please call 912.554.3645 and ask to speak with Ofc. Bryan Gibson, or call the Silent Witness line at 912.264.1333. G17-57092

On October 14 the Alzheimer's Association held the 2017 Walk to End Alzheimer's of the Golden Isles on St. Simons Island. Lt. Rick Evans, along with Officers Josh Williams and Katelyn Roberts assisted with keeping the participants safe.

The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) is working with Glynn County to conduct a comprehensive operational assessment of the Glynn County Police Department. This is a multi-layered analysis, which requires a critical review of information from both internal and external sources. Accordingly, the IACP is seeking input from members of the community concerning how well the police department performs its function in serving Glynn County. The IACP is interested in hearing positive comments, as well as constructive feedback and suggestions to improve the department so that the Glynn County Police Department can ensure they are meeting the needs of the community. An online survey has been established for the community to provide anonymous feedback. The following link will be active until November 17, 2017. http://www.glynncounty.org/policesurvey

The Glynn County Police Department is asking for your help in identifying the male subject seen in the photos. We would like to speak to him about a burglary. If you know the identity of the person in the photos, please contact Inv. Sheila Ramos at 912.279.2917 or the Silent Witness line at 912.264.1333. G17-57893

Reminder: The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Community Forum is tonight at 7:00PM. The meeting will be held on the 2nd floor of the Historic Courthouse, 701 G Street. Please come out and share your thoughts with the IACP representative.