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Winder Police Department is located at 25 E. Midland Ave, Winder, 30680 GA. The Chief of Police of the department is Stanley Rodgers. The Winder Police Department phone number is (770) 867-2156.
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We would like to say congratulations to Officer Jason Conrey on getting the 2018 Kiwanis Peace Officer of the Year award. Officer Conrey started with the Winder Police Department in September of 2016 and is our Evidence Custodian. Please join us in congratulating him!
For the past two days Russell Middle School 8th graders have come by to visit the Winder Police Department. This is part of their downtown walking tour. We loved giving them a little history about the Winder Police Department and also giving them a little insight into what all we do. Our pink "Breast Cancer Awareness" car always makes for a great photo opportunity.
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Well it was a busy weekend. Here are two more ladies to whom we need to talk. Please PM me if you know who they are.
REMINDER. Do not call someone when you get a message on your computer; it is a scam. Especially when they ask to pay for repair with a Apple Pay, Google Pay, or any other means. Back up your computer regularly, have anti-virus software, and use a local professional service tech if needed.
Narcotics Search Warrant at Residence Results in Two Arrests The Winder Police Department executed a search warrant on a residence in the 200 block of Capitol Avenue in Winder on Thursday September 13th. Probable cause was established for the search warrant after an investigation conducted by the police department revealed the sale of heroin was directly related to the residence and its occupants. Upon conducting the search, a quantity of suspected heroin was located along with other items related to the sale or distribution of illegal narcotics. Two firearms were located in the residence as well as drug paraphernalia. As a result of the illegal items discovered, two subjects were arrested. 26 year old Kendrick Davis and 27 year old Shurita Davis, both of Winder, were arrested and charged with Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance and Trafficking a Controlled Substance. Kendrick was also charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance with 1,000 feet of government housing. Both subjects were transported to the Barrow County Detention Center upon their arrest. A three week old infant was also in the home and was turned over to an immediate family member at the scene.
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The Winder Police Department sent two of our own this morning to assist the Covington Police Department in their annual "Fuzz Run" and to show support for Officer Matt Cooper, his family, Covington PD and their community. Please join us in continuing to pray for a speedy recovery for Officer Cooper.
You all have been so great in helping us identify people, Monroe PD asked us to post this picture. Please PM me if you know who this gentleman is. You know I can't disclose why.....
September is National Preparedness Month and Winder Police Department is advising all citizens to get ready for all man-made and natural disasters. Barrow County Citizen Alert system allow citizens and businesses to sign up for FREE to receive emergency alerts either on their phone, cell phone, by text or by email. We are encouraging all citizens and businesses to sign up for these alerts. Alerts are issued based upon your address, so you only receive those alerts which may be (or have the potential to be) relevant yo you. Please click the link below to sign up today because if we can't reach you, we can't alert you! Like the heart (love) emoji to let us know you signed up! If you need assitances in signing up please contact Penny Clack with Barrrow Emergency Services at 770-307-2987 ext. 1842 or Alicia Schotter with Winder Police Department at 678-425-6838.
Update on Officer Cooper... keep the prayers coming! #prayingforOfficerCooper
The Winder Police Department would like to send prayers to Officer Matt Cooper with the Covington Police Department who was shot while answering a shoplifting call. Please join us in sending prayers to this Officer, his family and his co-workers. #prayingforOfficerCooper
🛑🛑Road Closure🛑🛑 The demolition of the buildings located at 77, 79 and 83 North Broad Street and 64 & 66 North Jackson Street will begin next week. See the attached map showing the buildings to be removed. The section of North Jackson Street, between East Midland Avenue and East Candler Street, may be shut down periodically during the demolition process. The demolition of these buildings may take up to 4 weeks to complete. The City of Winder appreciates your patience during this important downtown project.
🛑Traffic Alert🛑 Georgia Avenue from 265 Georgia Avenue to Russell Street will be closed today, 8-28-18, due to road construction. Please seek alternate route.
Don't forget this Friday, August 31st, is the deadline to apply for Winder PD's upcoming Citizen Police Academy. If you are interested in attending get your application in. More information can be found in the link below: https://www.cityofwinder.com/government/police-department/citizen-police-academy
We have had 45 cases of Theft from an Auto this year, all of which were from vehicles with an unlocked door. While locked doors will not prevent all theft, they would have prevented most of these. There are two ways to reduce crime, incarcerate criminals and reduce the number of victims. An average of 5-6 per month is not bad, but less is better, especially when guns are taken from these unlocked vehicles. Final word, write your serial numbers down and store them in a safe place.
The Winder Police Department is currently accepting applications for our Fall Citizen Police Academy which will begin September 10th. More information can be found in the flyer below or at https://www.cityofwinder.com/government/police-department/citizen-police-academy
🛑Traffic Alert🛑 East Midland Ave from Broad St to East Candler will have partial lane closrues today, 8/20/2018, due to road constructio. Sorry for any inconvenience.