Lawrenceville Police Department

  • Agency: Lawrenceville Police Department
  • Address: 300 Jackson Street, Lawrenceville, 30045 GA
  • Chief: L Randy Johnson (Chief of Police)
Phone: (770) 963 - 2443
Fax: (770) 339 - 2415

Lawrenceville Police Department is located at 300 Jackson Street, Lawrenceville, 30045 GA. The Chief of Police of the department is L Randy Johnson. The Lawrenceville Police Department phone number is (770) 963 - 2443.

Lawrenceville Police Department News

The notifications continue...July 1st will be here before you know it.

The hands-free law has been passed and will be enforced starting July 1st.

The Lawrenceville Police Department (LPD) has joined the list of ‘Meet Up Spots’. Located at 300 Jackson Street (Lawrenceville, GA 30046), this new location in the parking lot of Police Headquarters provides a safe-swap option for online purchase exchanges and other reputable and legal transactions between strangers. The parking lot entrance is located off of Jackson St. and signage marks the space available for a ‘Meet Up’. This is a public place and the parking lot is under video surveillance. As a public safety reminder, please always use caution when meeting a stranger to engage in a sales transaction. If something is suspicious, walk away and do not agree to meet them.

Officers Pauly and Carey stopped in at Margaret Winn Holt Elementary School this morning to visit the students at their Book Fair.

Lawrenceville Police Department’s Pizza with the Police tonight allowed officers to meet a lot of awesome people. Officers were glad to have so many attendants and let them check out some of the public safety equipment and gear. Officers would like to thank our citizens, the event sponsors, and our organizers!!

Pizza with the Police

Congratulations to the Eighth Session of the Lawrenceville Citizens Police Academy. Thank you for taking an interest in the community and spending your time with the officers. It’s all about teamwork.

******************UPDATE SHE HAS BEEN LOCATED****************** Missing Person Please Help! The Lawrenceville Police Department needs your help with locating Kimmie Anderson. Kimmie has been missing since 09:30 am this morning. Last seen in the area of the Gwinnett Medical Center wearing an orange hooded sweatshirt and black tights. She is 501 - 502 tall weighing around 150 lbs and she has gray and black hair. Any contact please contact the Lawrenceville Police Department at 770-963-2443.

Identity Theft The Lawrenceville Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying the females listed above. These suspects overtook the identity of an unnamed victim by reporting stolen credit cards and requesting replacements. The suspects waited for delivery of the cards to the victims home address and retrieved them from the front porch. The two suspects then made numerous charges at various locations in Lawrenceville and Gwinnett County.

Congratulations Officer Chatham. Well deserved!

** UPDATE: March 9, 2018 2:55PM. ** Shelby Hensley has been located. Please help us locate! Any information on the whereabouts of Shelby, please contact the Lawrenceville Police Department 770-963-2443.

Lawrenceville Announces Tim Wallis as Sole Finalist for Chief of Police Captain Tim Wallis of the Lawrenceville Police Department has been named the sole finalist for the Chief of Police position following an extensive nationwide search. More than 60 resumes were received from across 15 states and 5 federal agencies. The City considered both internal and external candidates and elected to promote from within, elevating Wallis from Captain to Chief after serving the department in progressive leadership roles over the last two decades. City Manager Chuck Warbington said, “Tim Wallis was chosen for his leadership in the department and in the community. The unique combination of education, diplomacy, relationships and respect from his peers made him the most qualified and abled candidate to lead our public safety operations moving forward. I am excited for Lawrenceville and for our police department and look forward to what Chief Wallis’s leadership will enable our community to accomplish together.” Wallis comes to the position with more than 20 years of experience serving the Lawrenceville community and nearly 30 in the law enforcement field. He holds a Master’s Degree in public safety administration from Columbus State University and a Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Georgia Southern University. As Captain, Wallis led the entire uniform division for the local bureau, managing five lieutenants, six sergeants and all uniform personnel under their charge. With 72 sworn officers in the department, Wallis’s new duties as police chief will focus on crime prevention, criminal investigation, officer training, special operations, civilian personnel and emergency response. “I am grateful for this leadership opportunity,” said Chief Wallis. “This department is filled with strong, respectable men and women who put their lives on the line every day and I am humbled to have the privilege of leading them and serving them in that right. I look forward to working closely with the City to support its vision for growth while working to keep our residents and visitors safe and protected in the process.” Lawrenceville’s police department is responsible for just over 13 square miles of city limits and works in tandem with Gwinnett-wide law enforcement operations as the County Seat and home to Gwinnett’s judicial and executive offices, magistrate court services and the County jail. Wallis’s leadership of this organization will not only involve responsibility for one of Gwinnett’s municipalities, but for the largest and most comprehensive municipal police force in the County, second only to the County. Chief Wallis will begin his new responsibilities on March 16, 2018. For more information about the City of Lawrenceville or the Lawrenceville Police Department, please visit or