Henry County Police Department

  • Agency: Henry County Police Department
  • Address: 108 S. Zack Hinton Pkwy, McDonough, 30253 GA
  • Chief: Keith Nichols (Chief of Police)
Phone: (770) 288-8200
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Henry County Police Department is located at 108 S. Zack Hinton Pkwy, McDonough, 30253 GA. The Chief of Police of the department is Keith Nichols. The Henry County Police Department phone number is (770) 288-8200.

Henry County Police Department News

Just a friendly reminder to lock your doors, bring valuables in from your car, and pack an umbrella for tomorrow. And a jacket. Or maybe a T-shirt, flip flops, and sunscreen. Who knows. #FallInGeorgia #9pmRoutine

HCPD Bids Farewell to Razors for “No Shave November” to Raise Funds for Charity Don’t be surprised to see usually close-shaven, clean-cut Henry County policemen sporting beards this November as many of them are participating in “No Shave November” to raise money for a cause that is near and dear to their hearts. Officers are using the “No Shave November” campaign to raise money for the Thumbs Up Mission Keaton Franklin Coker Foundation, which is an organization that helps families who are going through cancer treatment with rest, laughter and memories through family-focused vacations. Officers donate $50 each to be free from shaving their faces for the month of November. Female officers may donate $10 apiece in order to be a judge at the end of the month for the Best Beard contest. All of the money collected goes to the charity. Henry County Police Chief Mark Amerman said although he isn’t a fan of beards on those in uniform, he agreed to the campaign because of the incredible work done by the foundation that the department choose to support, particularly because it helped one of his own officers who is battling breast cancer. “It was the officers who choose the Keaton Franklin Coker Foundation, after hearing what it did for one of our own officers,” said Amerman. “I researched the foundation and was moved by their story and great work they are doing. I believe this is a very worthy cause for the Police Department to help this organization that helps others who are fighting cancer.” He also wants the public to know that if they see officers responding to calls throughout the month of November sporting uncharacteristic beards, they will know they are really Henry County officers.

This #9pmRoutine reminder is the answer from Friday's poll. If there's an emergency, call 911. Don't message us on Facebook like 10% of those surveyed incorrectly answered. We do not monitor this page 24/7! The dispatchers over at the 911 call center, however, are awake and ready to help at any hour. Also, Non-Emergency Dispatch can be reached 24/7 at (770) 957-9121.

On November 1, 2018 at approximately 8:38 PM, units responded to a house fire on River View Court in Hampton. Officer Alex Maddox (Henry County Police Department) and Deputy Justin Benefield (Henry County GA Sheriff's Office) arrived on the scene of a single family residential house with smoke showing. They found out that a 21 year old man was still inside. An attempt was made to locate him by going in the front door, but the smoke was too much on the first attempt. After taking a second breath of fresh air they reentered and located the victim and pulled him out to safety. The victim was burnt over approximately 30% of his body and is in serious condition at Grady Hospital. Officer Maddox and Deputy Justin Benefield both went above and beyond, risking their own lives to save someone else. And just so you know, Henry County Fire Department (Official Site) rocks. They did what they always do, and provided world class treatment and transport. Big thanks to them!

It's Friday night, and that can only mean one thing: A #9pmRoutine poll! When an emergency occurs, you should immediately...

This #9pmRoutine reminder is an old Halloween PSA we found from the 1950s! Remember: Trick-or-treat with trusted adults in a known area. Masks can obstruct vision, use caution. Be careful when crossing roadways. Thoroughly inspect candy before eating. Avoid homemade treats from unknown people. Don't go to jail for throwing eggs at people or property. Brush your teeth to avoid gingivitis and tooth decay. The @Henry County Fire Department (Official Site) rocks.

Last year, Henry County was able to give presents to over 600 children through the generosity of our employees and partners. This year, in order to help even more kids, we're opening up the toy drive to the entire community! From November 1st -30th, bring toys down to either HCPD precinct, and we'll fill the box to show that our community cares! South precinct: 108 S Zack Hinton Parkway, McDonough, GA 30253 North Precinct: 4545 North Henry Blvd, Stockbridge, GA 30281

This #9pmReminder is dedicated to K9 Lucas, who turns seven today! When K9 Lucas is not out serving the citizens of Henry County with his handler, he enjoys watching football and playing with his Kong toy. #HappyBirthdayK9Lucas

BOLO: On September 12, 2018 a victim’s credit cards were stolen from her wallet while in the ICU wing of the Piedmont Henry Medical Center. That same day, the victim’s credit cards were used by a black male suspect at Walmart, 1400 Hudson Bridge Road, Stockbridge, GA. Anyone with information about the incident or identification of the suspect, please contact Detective A. Ramsey or Henry County Non-Emergency Dispatch at 770-957-9121.

Despite the weather, we had a great turnout for Henry's Night Out! We appreciate everyone that came out for the event.

Tonight’s #9pmRoutine reminder is mostly for our friends over at the Fire Department. They’ve gotten this trophy twice before, but we have it now, so we’re gonna brag.

Tonight, we will be live streaming from Henry’s Night Out with Officer Rebecca Enslow! Either come on by, or watch the event live right here.

This #9pmRoutine reminder is about driver safety! Don't drive with your high-beams on when other vehicles are around. It's both dangerous and inconsiderate. Lasik surgery should be performed by a licensed doctor, not by your vehicle.

As the temperature drops, we would like to remind you that leaving your vehicle unsecured while warming up the vehicle increases your chances of becoming a victim. #9PMRoutine

BOLO: On July 24, 2018 at 8:48 AM, a white female suspect hit a gas pump at the Stockbridge Food Mart, 4130 N Henry Blvd, Stockbridge, GA. The suspect was driving a white 1999 Nissan Pathfinder with an Alabama license plate. Anyone with information about the incident or identification of the suspect, please contact Investigator Smith or Henry County Non-Emergency Dispatch at 770-957-9121.

BOLO: On October 6, 2018 at 11:18 PM, a suspect hit a gas pump at the Shell gas station, 5945 E Lake Parkway, McDonough, GA. The suspect was driving a green Mazda 3-series sedan. The driver also struck their female passenger while she got out to look at the damage. Anyone with information about the incident or identification of the suspect, please contact Investigator Smith or Henry County Non-Emergency Dispatch at 770-957-9121.

BOLO: On October 1, 2018 at 3:00 PM, a black female suspect hit a gas pump at the Shell gas station, 3452 Jodeco Road, Stockbridge, GA. The suspect was driving a white 2002-2005 Ford Explorer with a USMC EGA decal on the rear window. Anyone with information about the incident or identification of the suspect, please contact Investigator Smith or Henry County Non-Emergency Dispatch at 770-957-9121.

Tonight’s #9pmRoutine is brought to you by a 1980’s legend’s cousin!

To help bring awareness to Breast Cancer, the ladies of the Police Department Records Division decorated their office in pink. Way to go, team!

It's time for the #9pmRoutine weekend poll! This poll is brought to you by the HCPD Traffic Unit. So what do you think? We'll talk about the answer on Monday. For the past month, the most popular cause of vehicle accidents was:

BOLO: On August 17, 2018 a black male suspect entered the United Community Bank, 850 Eagles Landing Parkway, Stockbridge, GA and passed a fraudulent check in the amount of $989.25. Anyone with information about this incident or identification of the suspect, please contact Detective A. Ramsey or the Henry County Non-Emergency Dispatch at 770-957-9121.

BOLO: On August 27, 2018 two black male suspects took a victim's lost wallet and proceed to use the credit cards at Marshalls, 1930 Jonesboro Road, and at The Juicy Crab, 1870 Jonesboro Road, McDonough, GA. Anyone with information about the incident or identification of the suspect, please contact Detective Mellon or Henry County Non-Emergency Dispatch at 770-957-9121.

Lock it. Light it. Hide it. Report it. #9pmRoutine