Camilla Police Department

  • Agency: Camilla Police Department
  • Address: 80 W. Broad Street, Camilla, 31730 GA
  • Chief:
Phone: (229) 336-2201
Fax: (229) 336-2205

Camilla Police Department is located at 80 W. Broad Street, Camilla, 31730 GA. The Camilla Police Department phone number is (229) 336-2201.

Camilla Police Department News

CONGRATULATIONS! Lt. James Evarts recipient of the 2017 Chief's Award, Officers Amneh Laursen and Robby Cassidy on their individual recognition for Outstanding Service and Dedication!

More progress!

More progress!

Officer Laursen with Santa

Construction is underway at the site of the Camilla Police Departments new Firearms Training Area.

Good morning, don't forget today is the day we do our training exercise. We will be making some noise and doing some work. Thank you I'm advance for your support and patients with us. It's a messy day, stay safe.

Flipping over an old school bus for tomorrows event. This is just a "drill"!

Flipping an old school bus over for tomorrows event. This is just as "drill"!

Getting ready

Please don't forget that this "DRILL" tomorrow. There will be lights and sirens in town tomorrow morning and we will be working in the parking lot of the football field.

Requalification time at Camilla Police Department

Use caution on Hwy. 37 W. @ Griffin Rd. A Lumber truck lost it's load and the clean up process has started. Drive safely!

Good morning everyone. Traffic update: use caution at the intersection of W. Oakland Ave. and N. Scott St. The traffic light is flashing 🔴 red. Treat it as a four-way stop. Drive careful.

Please use caution at the intersection of Scott St. and Oakland St. The railroad arm are down and traffic is diverted. Ptl. K. Jones, Plt. Danielle Chason are directing traffic at this time.

Please use caution at the Keystone entrance on U.S. Hwy. 19N. The traffic light is out but Patrolman K. Jones is doing a fine job of directing traffic. Drive safe and have a great day.

Camilla Police Department would like to welcome Patrol Officer Robert Krents and Patrol Officer Kyle Jones to our family. These two officers graduated from GPSTC Tifton Basic Peace Officer Mandate. They under went 11 weeks of training and took multiple written exams as well as physical tests. Both were successful in the completion of the training and will begin duty on their respective shifts beginning next week. Feel free to stop by and meet them and the rest of the crew.

Please know that Mitchell County has declared a Local State of Emergency. Additionally, the County has imposed a CURFEW from 7 p.m. to 7 a. m. until the threat of damaging winds subside. Please distribute this information. Clark Harrell, Director Mitchell County EMA

Please DO NOT underestimate this storm! The Camilla area should begin experiencing the effects from the outer bands of this storm Sunday evening and conditions WILL get worse through the night and will continue thru Monday, with the worst effects most likely felt Monday after lunch time.

PUBLIC NOTICE!

We have a lot happening on U.S. Hwy. 19 today. The paving crew will be milling the intersections at Hwy. 37 and Hwy. 112 on Hwy. 19. Also we are getting new signal lights at Hwy. 19 and 112. Watch out for workers and expect a delay. Drive careful.

The escaped inmates from Mitchell Co. C.I., have been captured and are back in custody. Thanks for everyone's support and patience.

The railroad arms are down at Scott and Oakland St. If you can avoid this intersection do so. Thanks for you patience.

Thank you Westwood School and Mrs. Lynn Campbell for providing officers of the Camilla Police Department with "Eclipse Glasses" this morning. (Inv. Michael Hall, Capt. Jerry Mobley, Lt. James Evarts, Lynn Campbell, Asst. Chief Robert Casterline)

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