Columbus Police Department

  • Agency: Columbus Police Department
  • Address: 510 10th St, Columbus, 31902 GA
  • Chief: R L Boren (Chief of Police)
Phone: 706-653-3231
Fax: (706) 653-3114

Columbus Police Department is located at 510 10th St, Columbus, 31902 GA. The Chief of Police of the department is R L Boren. The Columbus Police Department phone number is 706-653-3231.

Columbus Police Department News

Now accepting applications for Reserve Police Officer. Visit to apply. #columbusga

Good luck to our Police Explorers (Post 104) as they compete at Winterfest in Gatlinburg, Tennessee this weekend. #columbusga

Please use caution when driving on roadways. Stay off the road, if possible. #columbusga

Road closures for MLK Unity Day. #columbusga

Congratulations to Officer Snipes and Ms. Gray for being chosen as Officer and Employee of the month for December. Officer Snipes received the award for applying a tourniquet on a person experiencing severe blood loss from a gun shot wound. His quick thinking and actions saved that persons life. Ms. Gray received the award for her hard work and continued dedication as a valued member of the Columbus Police Department’s recruiting unit. #columbusga

The Columbus Police Department will conduct a seminar on church safety and responding to active shooters. Join us next Wednesday at the Citizen's Service Center. For more information, or to RSVP, please call 706-653-3150. #columbusga

Merry Christmas from the men and women of the Columbus Police Department. 🎁🎄

Special thank you to Target for sponsoring Heroes and Helpers this year. Target provided gift cards to children from the community and we took them shopping! We hope these kids have an amazing Christmas. #columbusga

Congratulations to Corporal Ralph Dudley on his retirement from the Columbus Police Department after 20 years of service. We wish him well in his future endeavors. #columbusga

Congratulations, graduates! #columbusga #policeacademy

Cops, Kids and Christmas 2017! 🎄

The CPD Christmas Party brings current and retired employees together to celebrate the holidays. This event was possible because of the generosity of Back Columbus Blue. We also want to thank Country's Barbecue for catering this great event. #happyholidays

Thank you to St. Luke United Methodist Church and Back Columbus Blue for an unbelievable luncheon today. The luncheon was for local law enforcement and first responders. #grateful

Inspection Time! Members of the Motor Squad and Bike Unit wait patiently to have their vehicles and equipment inspected. #cpdga #columbusga

Happy Thanksgiving from the men and women of the Columbus Police Department. #thanksgivingday

Congratulations to the following individuals on their promotion/appointment: Lieutenant Kennedy to Captain Sergeant Hart to Lieutenant Corporal Knight to Sergeant Corporal Knighten to Sergeant Corporal Weaver to Sergeant Officer Cole to Corporal Officer Haynes to Corporal Officer Rives to Corporal Officer Siter to Corporal Officer Williams to Corporal #promotions

Congratulations to Major Gilbert Slouchick and Captain Charles Kennedy on their appointment to the rank of Assistant Chief of Police and Major. #promotions

Yesterday, the Columbus Police Department hosted “On the Table”. The event was a success and we would like to thank everyone who participated. Special thanks to F.A.V.O.R (Friends and Veterans On the Rise)for providing food and refreshments for the event. We appreciate your service and support. #columbusga #communitydiscussion

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Congratulations to Assistant Chief Lemuel Miller on his retirement from the Columbus Police Department after 45 years of service. We wish him well in his future endeavors.

CPD PRESS CONFERENCE: Chief Boren held a press conference this afternoon to announce a large drug seizure.

Join us tomorrow at the Student Recreation Center on the campus of Columbus State University for your opportunity to meet and ask our recruiters questions about Joining the Force for Good.

Columbus Police Department Media release On Friday October 13, 2017 and Saturday October 14, 2017, the Columbus Police Department’s Special Operations Unit, Burglary / Theft and Fugitive Units conducted a Crime Suppression Detail. The detail targeted areas, that are historically, known for violent crimes and individuals with outstanding warrants in our city. The results of the two-day detail are as follows: Total Number of Persons arrested 46 Total Number of Charges 143 Total Number of Felony Arrests 35 Total Number of Misdemeanor Arrests 99 Total Number of City Ordinance Arrests 9 Total Number of Guns Taken From the Streets 11 Total Number of Currency Seized $6,351.00 Total Number of Vehicles Seized 3 This detail follows Multi- Jurisdictional Task Force Detail that was conducted on September 5, 2017, that resulted in 14 arrests being made and 4 handguns taken from the streets. It also follows a September 27, 2017 announcement of an ongoing investigation that resulted in the arrests of 12 persons charged with 118 offenses, of which most were gang affiliated. Approximately $159,840.00 in stolen property was recovered during the investigation. Persons arrested during the Crime Suppression Detail, will received a preliminary hearing within the next few days. The Columbus Police Department will continue to conduct these types of details in an effort to keep our streets safe and reduce crime in our jurisdiction.

Congratulations to Sergeant Charles Lee on his retirement from the Columbus Police Department after 33 years of service. We wish him well in his future endeavors.

Thank you to Synovus for hosting a First Responders Luncheon today. We appreciate their kindness and support. #grateful