Albany Police Department

  • Agency: Albany Police Department
  • Address: 201 West Oglethorpe Boulevard, Albany, 31701 GA
  • Chief: John Proctor (Chief of Police)
Phone: (229) 431-2100

Albany Police Department is located at 201 West Oglethorpe Boulevard, Albany, 31701 GA. The Chief of Police of the department is John Proctor. The Albany Police Department phone number is (229) 431-2100.

Albany Police Department News

The Albany Police Department's Terrific and Talented 2018 Teen Academy. #graduationday

Celebrating our Veterans!

Reminder from Albany Utilities: Meters are now being read. Estimated bills overcharged will be credited and undercharges will be added to your next bill. Contrary to rumors, Albany Utilities is not issuing a blanket $50 credit. Please share this post.

New APD Animal Control Vehicle.

We are excited over the Community Relations Vehicle. #canyoutell

Anyone who may need toys for their children this year, be sure to go to The Salvation Army-Albany, GA this week or next (11/5 - 11/16, Monday through Friday) to fill out an application.


Their memories are worth the fight.

Even larger crowd this year!! Safe way to trick or treat!

Fun at Trunk or Treat 2018!!🍫🍬🍭

Trunk or Treat 2018 is about to kick-off!

Albany Police Department DATE: Tuesday, October 30, 2018 Warrants Issued: Murder and Aggravated Assault The Albany Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Bureau would like the public’s assistance with locating Dontavious “June June” Thomas for the West Oglethorpe Boulevard Homicide of 33-year old Johnny Young of Jackson, Mississippi. Thomas may be armed and dangerous. Dontavious Thomas Height: 509 Weight: 310 Anyone who has information regarding the whereabouts of Dontavious “June June” Thomas should call Crime Stoppers at (229) 436-TIPS or they can contact an CIB Investigator at (229) 431-3288.

If your civic group or church is hosting a fall festival please share by sending the information/flyer to

Trick or Treating Safety after Hurricane Michael Albany, GA- The Albany Police Department is advising families to follow some Halloween safety tips before going trick or treating. ▪ Children should carry a flashlight: It is important to illuminate your surroundings especially when there are obstacles in the street, on sidewalks and in drive ways. ▪ Motorist need to be vigilant of pedestrians: The Albany Police Department is urging motorist drive with caution especially when sharing the road with pedestrians and those on bicycles. Extra precautions should be taken when driving at night and when maneuvering past piles of debristhat can obstruct visibility. ▪ Find alternatives to trick or treating: There are plenty of fall festivals taking place across the city. Families can attend if they are concerned about neighborhoods with debris. ▪ Map a Safe Route: A safe route map should include stops to familiar houses that are in will lit areas of your neighborhood. ▪ Consider Makeup instead of Masks: Mask can obstruct vison. Everyone should be able to clearly see where they are going. Especially if there are obstructions on sidewalks, driveways or streets. For non emergencies, please call 229.431.2132 and for emergencies remember to call 911. The Albany Police Department along with other local law enforcement are here to help. ###

The Albany Police Department is working a wreck at the intersection of 1500 block of Clark Avenue/ Liberty Expressway at the red light. All lanes of traffic and exit ramps, surrounding the wreck, have been closed. This intersection will be blocked off for the next hour or so. Drivers should find alternate routes.

Celebrating Cpl. Terry Lewis-Flemming through Community Service.

Reminder: APD is hosting a car seat safety check at 301 North Slappey Boulevard from nine to noon. The purpose is to ensure the seats are safe for your child. If it is outdated or not the proper size, the Community Relations Unit will assist you in replacing the seat. Check out Teen Academy putting in some work on a breezy and chilly Saturday morning.

Busy day for the Albany Police Department’s Community Relations Unit. These items will be handed out at 301 North Slappey Boulevard tomorrow during a car seat safety check thanks to our community partners WellCare and Harvey’s Supermarket. The event is being held in honor of APD fallen officer, Corporal Terry Lewis-Flemming. Please join us and help us celebrate what she loved most, community service. #102811

Big Announcement today! A Project Live Saver Program is coming to the Dougherty County Police Department. This morning, donation checks were handed out to the Albany Police Department and the Lee County Sheriff’s Office by the coordinators of the Annual Back the Blue 5k Run/ Walk which was held in August. Albany and Lee will use the funding to continue to add clients to their respective PLS programs. The Dougherty County Police Department will use their funding to establish a new PLS program in the county. Currently, Albany has eight clients and Lee has eleven clients with cognitive conditions and are considered high risk wanderers. Donations like the ones made today help agencies assist families with the cost for having a family member on the PLS program. For more information on how you can sign up your loved one, call APD or Lee County.

APD on the Lookout for Fake FEMA Vehicle If you see this vehicle, please contact the Albany Police Department at 229-431-2100.