Kingsland Police Department

  • Agency: Kingsland Police Department
  • Address: 111 Seaboard St, Kingsland, 31548 GA
  • Chief: Darryl G Griffis (Chief of Police)
Phone: 912-729-8254
Fax: 912-729-8628

Kingsland Police Department is located at 111 Seaboard St, Kingsland, 31548 GA. The Chief of Police of the department is Darryl G Griffis. The Kingsland Police Department phone number is 912-729-8254.

Kingsland Police Department News

Public Service Announcement from the District Attorney's Office.

The City of Kingsland Police Department is currently seeking Georgia P.O.S.T. certified applicants to fill the position of School Resource Officer.

***Juvenile has been LOCATED***

Officers of the Kingsland Police Department recognized today by the Region IV Director of the Department of Homeland Security (Federal Protective Service) for their assistance in the recovery of a stolen weapon. From left to right: Detective H. Riley, Detective M. Griffin, Inspector D. Belcher, Director M. Morales, Lieutenant. B. Aligood, and Officer J. Griffith.

We extend our deepest condolences to the family, friends, and coworkers of Camden County Deputy Sheriff Kevin Barber. Rest in peace brother, you will be missed.

In reference to our previous post, the missing juvenile has been located. Thank you all for your shares and assistance.

We have had some people asking what the Georgia Law is regarding fireworks use. Below is the fireworks law for the State of Georgia as of July 1, 2018. It shall be lawful for any person, firm, corporation, association, or partnership to use or ignite or cause to be ignited any consumer fireworks on any day beginning at the time of 10:00 A.M. and up to and including the ending time of 11:59 P.M. unless during such times the noise from such use or ignition is not in compliance with a noise ordinance of a county or municipal corporation. Included Holidays are as follows: On January 1, the last Saturday and Sunday in May, July 3, July 4, the first Monday in September, and December 31 of each year after the time of 10:00 A.M. and up to and including the time of 11:59 P.M.; and On January 1 of each year beginning at the time of 12:00 Midnight and up to and including the ending time of 1:00 A.M. Please have a safe and Happy Independence Day!

Missing the #9pmroutine may cost you. Here’s a friendly reminder from your local law enforcement. #KingslandPD #KingslandGeorgia #ServingUnited

In accordance with the recently enacted #HandsFreeGeorgia Act, the Kingsland Police Department is reminding drivers the new law will take effect on July 1st, 2018.

One of these little guys wanted to meet a real super hero so he decided to dial 911. After speaking to Sgt. Scott regarding the importance off the 911 system, he received a badge and a chance to sit in a real super heroes vehicle...a police car. #SuperHeroesWearShields #KingslandPD #KingslandGeorgia #ServingUnited

The men and women of the Kingsland Police Department are saddened to hear of the death of Savannah Police Officer Anthony Christie. Officer Christie was directing traffic on Interstate 16 this morning when his patrol vehicle was struck by a tractor trailer fatally wounding him. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends and colleagues during this tragic time of loss. #FallenHero #EndofWatch #NeverForgotten

***Glynn County Bank Robbery Suspect Captured***

***Glynn County Bank Robbery Suspect Captured***

‪🚨***PSA***🚨 Attached is an example of the flow of traffic for CCHS graduation this year. 🚧 Both lanes of Wildcat Drive will be open (Northbound towards Laurel Island) to safely and more efficiently leave the event. Please bear with us as we work to make this an enjoyable and pleasant time for you and your family! 🚧 #KingslandPD #KingslandGeorgia #CCHS #GoWildcats🐾

Officer Lance Whitaker’s services are as follows: •Viewing Tue., 5/22, 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at Evangel Temple, 5755 Ramona Blvd •Funeral Wed., 5/23 at 11:00 a.m. at Evangel Temple, 5755 Ramona Blvd •Graveside service following at Oaklawn Cemetery @jaxsheriff #NeverForget7656

The Memorial Day holiday weekend is a busy time for Americans. Every year, the highways and byways are filled with families in vehicles, as they head out to start their summer vacations. As we help to keep drivers and passengers safe, the Kingsland Police Department and the Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety is reminding motorists to Click It or Ticket. Our goal by enforcing seat belt usage is to assist in keeping families safe. This campaign will take place May 21st thru June 3rd, synchronized with the busy travel season. As Memorial Day weekend approaches and the summer vacation season starts, we want to keep our community members as well as visitors as safe as possible, and make sure people are doing the one thing that can save them in a crash: buckling up. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, nearly half (48%) of the passenger vehicle occupants killed in crashes in 2016 were unrestrained. Participating law enforcement agencies will be taking a no-excuses approach to seat belt law enforcement, writing citations day and night. To learn more about the nationwide Click It or Ticket effort, visit

Our thoughts and prayers are with the officer's family as well as the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office family during this tragic time of loss.

Ofc. A. Reed is one of many amazing officers that we have at the Kingsland Police Department. Thank you for taking the time to offer the kind words towards Ofc. A. Reed. His actions reflect greatly on his character, the Kingsland Police Department as well as the City of Kingsland as a whole. #KingslandPD #KingslandGeorgia #ServingUnited #behindthebadge

U Drive. U Text. U Pay. Distracted driving is dangerous, claiming 3,450 lives in 2016 alone. Let’s do all we can to save lives, and prevent this dangerous behavior by not texting and driving. During the Month of April, Kingsland Police Officers as well as officers nationwide will be on the look out for drivers texting or using their phone behind the wheel. Officer Griffith urges motorists to follow the tips below in order help prevent tragedies: •Turn off electronic devices and put them out of reach or connect them to a Bluetooth device before starting to drive. •Be good role models for young drivers and set a good example. Talk with your teens about responsible driving. •Speak up when you are a passenger and your driver uses an electronic device while driving. Offer to make the call for the driver, so his or her full attention stays on the driving task. •Always wear your seat belt. Seat belts are the best defense against unsafe drivers. Stay Safe & Have an Amazing Weekend!!

If you receive a call requesting money to be sent via money gram, iTunes Cards, or Cash Cards, please disconnect the call. If you are contacted by someone whom you believe to be a service provider, do not speak to them regarding money...hang up the phone and contact the company via the telephone number provided on the bill.

Earlier today local law enforcement received a notification about a Snapchat post of a male making threats to do harm at "CHS." We were immediately notified by the St. Marys Police Department who also notified the Camden County Sheriff's Office regarding the situation. Collectively, all law enforcement agencies begin an investigation into these threats from the post. Since the initiation of this investigation we have discovered this press release from Clovis, New Mexico and followed up with investigators from the Clovis Police Department. The original press release was obtained as well as the original post from the press release resulting in their charges. The post we were investigating was the actual post used in Clovis, New Mexico earlier. If you were made aware of this post, this has been dealt with and is NOT from our jurisdiction. We would like to say a great big "thank you" to not only the KPD officers, but to the officers of the St. Marys Police Department as well as to the deputies of the Camden County Sheriff's Office, who came in on this Sunday afternoon to bring all of the correct information to light. #KingslandPD #StMarysPD #CamdenCountySheriff #ServingUnited

Not the best way it can be done, but at least they did it. Have you done the #9pmRoutine yet? • Lock 🔒 your Car 🚗 • Take your Keys 🔑 • Hide your stuff 📱 💻 💵📷⌚️