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Dougherty County Police Department is located at 2106 Habersham Road, Albany, 31701 GA. The Chief of Police of the department is Don Cheek. The Dougherty County Police Department phone number is (229) 430-6604.
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Dougherty County Police holds National Night Out http://www.walb.com/story/38792374/dougherty-county-police-holds-national-night-out. THANKS,, To everyone who supported DCP National Night Out Event!!!!
Merry Christmas from the Dougherty County Police Department!
We are out at Radium Springs Middle School until 8! Come on out!!
Come and Join us for National Night Out July 31, 2017 from 5:00 to 8:00 pm at Radium Springs Middle School. Free school supplies, food, games and much more! You Don't Want To Miss Our Grand Prize Drawing that we will have at the end of the evening!!! Hope To See You There!!!
http://www.walb.com/story/35683663/dcp-asks-for-publics-help-after-shooting-victims-truck-found?utm_content=buffere3ab8&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer The Dougherty County Police Department is asking for your help in locating the people responsible for this shooting. If you have any information please call Crime Stoppers (229)436-TIPS (8477) A reward will be offered!
For those of you that are wanting to volunteer, Dougherty County Police will have a command post set up at Holly Dr and Roxanna as well as Branch Rd and Sylvester Rd (Hwy 82)! In order to volunteer you must check in with one of these command post! You MUST sign a volunteer sheet that we will have and you MUST show your ID! We need you to sign and show ID for safety reasons! We would also like to thank everyone that has shown up to help!
We would like to say congratulations to the following: Corporal David McVey on his promotion to Sergeant and for receiving the Officer of the year award. Sr. Clerk McKenzie McDonald for receiving the Support Services personnel of the year award. Officers Vernon Nobles, Blake Hall, and Samuel Floyd on their promotion to Corporal. Thank you everyone for your hard work and for everything you do for our department!
We are getting ready to head to St. Clare's. Thank you to everyone at the Dougherty County Police Department who donated. A huge Thank You to Mike's County Store for helping us with meat.
While you are out trick or treating Monday night, please stop by the Dougherty County Police Department. Our doors will open to all trick-or-treaters!! We look forward to seeing everyone!!
We are asking for help in making this a great National Night Out 2016! If we have not yet contacted your business and you would like to make a donation towards National Night Out 2016 please contact the Dougherty County Police Department. If anyone would like to drop off school supplies, they may do so at the Dougherty County Police Department. All contact information is located at the bottom of the attached flyer. We are looking forward to another great year!!
The Dougherty County Police Department needs the communities help in identifying these two suspects involved in the armed robbery at the Fast Lane located at 3000 Sylvester Rd. If anyone has any information please contact crime stoppers at 229-436-tips (8477) or Dougherty County Police Department 229-430-6600. You can remain anonymous and receive a cash reward. http://m.walb.com/walb/db_347747/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=Oijmddk6
This past weekend the Dougherty County Police Department participated in the "Walk A Mile In Her Shoes" benefit for the Lily Pad. All participants completed the "1 Mile" in their red high heels.