Conyers Police Department

  • Agency: Conyers Police Department
  • Address: 1194 Scott St SE, Conyers, 30012 GA
  • Chief: Gene Wilson (Chief of Police)
Phone: 770 483-6600
Fax: 770 785-5041

Conyers Police Department is located at 1194 Scott St SE, Conyers, 30012 GA. The Chief of Police of the department is Gene Wilson. The Conyers Police Department phone number is 770 483-6600.

Conyers Police Department News

On Sunday, January 14, 2018 at 2pm, two black males armed with handguns robbed Family Dollar, 1163 West Avenue in Conyers, Georgia. Both suspects fired shots inside the store during the robbery. Thankfully, no one was injured. They fled in a grey Nissan SUV with a black hood and right front fender. They were also accompanied by a black female. Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers Greater Atlanta 404 577-TIPS. You will remain anonymous and eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.

We interrupt these traffic updates to give you acts of kindness. 💝 Patrick and Janelle spotted one of our officers blocking an iced-over roadway and brought her coffee! ☕️ Near this same location, while standing by at a jackknifed trailer crash, a couple stopped in their personal truck to check for any injuries. The woman was an EMT offering to help. Thankfully no one was hurt. 👩‍⚕️ Most recently, a large personal truck was spotted pulling trapped cars up steep hills to clear the roadways. 🗻 We are all working together to keep one another safe. Now, everyone stay warm, and stay home! 🏠❄️

Stay OFF the roads. We have seen all manner of vehicles crashing. To include tow trucks.

Come join us at Salem Gate for the job fair today from 10 am - 2 pm

Celebration of Community City of Conyers, GA

We are pleased to welcome Officer Randall Versey to the department. Chief Wilson swearing him in today. Congratulations! 🎉

Follow the links to help contribute to the repairs to the Walk of Heroes Georgia Veterans Memorial Park

Great work by the Rockdale County Sheriff's Office and the community coming together to bring this appalling case to a close. We have been working with RCSO as this offender is also responsible for the Nancy Guinn Memorial Library Reading Frogs theft. We look forward to the restoration of the monument in the future.

The low temperatures are causing pipes to freeze and burst. Fire sprinklers systems seem to be especially vulnerable. There is not a sure fire prevention but some indicate leaving the heat in your business on and slightly elevated may help.

Happy New Year from our squad to yours. Thanks Mark Overstreet, our Chaplain, for the festive goodies. We will toast to you at midnight. ~K9 Officer Scruggs

US National Weather Service Peachtree City Georgia ...LIGHT SLEET OR FREEZING DRIZZLE POSSIBLE THIS AFTERNOON ACROSSPORTIONS OF NORTH AND CENTRAL GEORGIA COLDER AIR INTERACTING WITH SOME MOISTURE WILL ALLOW FOR THE POTENTIAL OF SOME LIGHT SLEET OR FREEZING DRIZZLE THIS AFTERNOON MAINLY EXTENDING FROM THE ATLANTA METRO TO AREAS WEST. WHILE MEASURABLE ACCUMULATIONS ARE NOT EXPECTED, SOME LIGHT PATCHES OF ICE ARE POSSIBLE ON ELEVATED SURFACES AND OVERPASSES. Issuing Office: Atlanta Source: National Weather Service Issued: Sun, Dec 31, 12:20 PM EST

This just in from the US National Weather Service Peachtree City Georgia ...VERY COLD AIR TO KICK OFF THE 2018 YEAR ARCTIC AIR IS EXPECTED TO INVADE NORTH AND CENTRAL GEORGIA BY THE END OF THIS WEEKEND, RESULTING IN AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES THROUGH THE ENTIRE FIRST WEEK OF THE NEW YEAR. AT THIS TIME, THE COLDEST AIR IS EXPECTED TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY WITH OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES IN THE TEENS AND LOWER 20S. SOME OF THE HIGHEST ELEVATIONS IN NORTH GEORGIA COULD BE A FEW DEGREES COLDER. ADD IN JUST A LITTLE BIT OF WIND, AND WIND CHILL VALUES COULD DROP DOWN TO THE SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE ZERO AT TIMES DURING THE MIDDLE OF NEXT WEEK. THOUGH IT IS NOT UNUSUAL TO SEE COLD SNAPS ACROSS THE SOUTH THIS TIME OF YEAR, THE PROLONGED COLD CAN BE DETRIMENTAL TO YOUR HEALTH IF YOU ARE NOT PROPERLY PREPARED. IF YOU MUST BE OUTSIDE, BE SURE TO DRESS APPROPRIATELY AND AVOID EXTENDED PERIODS OF TIME EXPOSED TO THE COLD. TAKE CARE OF PETS AND OUTDOOR ITEMS THAT ARE SENSITIVE TO THE COLD. Issuing Office: Atlanta Source: National Weather Service Issued: Fri, Dec 29, 2:30 PM EST

Santa spotted in Conyers! Stand by for more info...