Sandy Springs Police Department

  • Agency: Sandy Springs Police Department
  • Address: 7840 Roswell Road, Suite 301, Sandy Springs, 30328 GA
  • Chief: Terry Sult (Chief of Police)

Sandy Springs Police Department is located at 7840 Roswell Road, Suite 301, Sandy Springs, 30328 GA. The Chief of Police of the department is Terry Sult. The Sandy Springs Police Department phone number is 770.551.6900.

Sandy Springs Police Department News

Congratulations to Communications Training Officer Jasmine Hardy! This week she was awarded the Civillian Award at the Metropol meeting. Officer Hardy took the 911 call from an injured FBI agent and remained calm and professional, reassuring the agent that help was coming. We are very proud of her and this well deserved recognition.

This Sunday, November 11, all church, synagogue, mosque, and temple leaders are urged to attend this special briefing on recent attacks in Charleston and Pittsburgh. Training for preparing congregations for potential attacks and violent extremism will be discussed. Location: Congregation Shearith Israel 1180 University Dr NE Atlanta GA 30306 Times: 3:00 pm- 6:00 pm Contact 404-605-7000 for more information.

Lost dog located near the QT on Roswell Road. Officers found this black lab around 3:00 am. Friendly, well taken care of, but he had no collar or chip. We notified Fulton County Animal Control. Currently, he's at All Pets Emergency & Referral Center; 6460 Atlanta Hwy, Alpharetta GA 30004.

Thank you so much to the great students at the Epstein School!

Lost dog. Please call if located.

On the left, the challenger from the Epstein School- Chef Darcey Chambers! On the right, from SSPD- Officer Aurora Gwin! The stakes: who makes the best potatoes au gratin. Chief DeSimone will make the call and crown one as the winner.

On Saturday October 27th, from 10am-2pm, the Sandy Springs Police Department, in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Administration, will give the public the opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous, expired, or unused prescription drugs. Bring your pills for disposal to police headquarters at 7840 Roswell Rd, suite #301 or the Kroger at CityWalk on Sandy Springs Circle. The DEA cannot except liquids or needles, only pills and patches. This service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.

The 6th annual Kosher BBQ competition is on!! It’s a beautiful day at City Springs to come out and vote for your SSPD crew!

Thank you to our friends at SideTick TV for our pizza lunch! We appreciate you coming by and delivering several pies.

Chatcomm is hosting a hiring event on Saturday October 27 at 8 am. Begin your career as a 911 telecommunicator! No experience necessary.

Thank you to Steve Murphy and Javier Pena for giving us a first hand account of their efforts to bring Pablo Escobar to justice. It was remarkable to hear about the challenges faced in a hostile land. There will be a performance on Tuesday October 16 at 8 pm in the Byers Theater. Tickets are available at

Lost Dog found at Morgan Falls today. No collar or chip. Male doberman. Contact Blue Pearl vet to claim at 404-459-0903.

Join us this Friday at Cafe Vendome from 8 am- 9 am for Coffee with a Cop.

After a long day, we finally got all the loose cattle rounded up. We are so glad that there were not more serious crashes when the cows ran down I-285 in rush hour. Thanks everyone for being patient with us when we had to shut down the interstate and side streets during our "round-up".

Last week, we welcomed three officers to the Sandy Springs Police family. Officer Creamer came to us from the Cobb County Sheriff's Office and is currently in training. Officers Krumnaker and Vickery completed the academy and will begin field training today. #weareyourSSPD

SSPD Officers donated 20 cases of water, 5 cases of diapers, baby wipes and other household goods to hurricane relief efforts. To all our friends on the coast, we hope for a safe recovery from the flooding.

This information came from the U.S. Attorney's Office regarding a drug dealer who was distributing pills that looked like legitimate prescription medication. The pills were actually laced with fentanyl and led to the death of an individual. “This counterfeit ‘pill peddler’ was a menace to society,” said Robert J. Murphy, the Special Agent in Charge of the DEA Atlanta Field Division. “Pills in the underground drug market are often diluted with dangerous and deadly substances, as was the case in this investigation. Purchasing pills on the street is synonymous to playing Russian roulette, as there’s no quality control or efficacy in the process. The success of this investigation was made possible because of the collaborative efforts between all law enforcement agencies involved and the U.S Attorney’s Office.” - Edward Culton has been arraigned on federal charges of conspiracy to distribute fentanyl, aiding and abetting the distribution of fentanyl, and possession with intent to distribute fentanyl, which resulted in the death of an individual. Culton was indicted by a federal grand jury on August 22, 2018. The success of this investigation was made possible because of the collaborative efforts between all law enforcement agencies involved and the U.S Attorney’s Office.

We are very proud of our officers who serve on the North Metro SWAT team. To the brave officers from John's Creek, Dunwoody, Brookhaven, and Sandy Springs, we salute you.

Join us for a run or walk on Sunday, September 9th and celebrate our Veterans, Ryan Means and remember the Lives lost on 9/11.

As you can see from the Waze app screenshot, our traffic unit was busy this weekend. They were working hard to keep you safe from impaired, reckless, and distracted drivers. Here are some stats from the weekend: Speeding 100+: 4 90- 99: 22 80-89: 88 70-79: 1 60-69: 3 50-59: 18 DUI: 5 Suspended/No DL: 5 DL Citations: 6 Failure to maintain lane: 5 Reckless Driving: 6 Equipment: 8 Distracted Drivers: 4 Other: 20 Total Arrests: 11 We are thankful to the officers who worked on a holiday weekend to keep drivers safe on the roadways.

Sandy Springs Police would like to congratulate our new K-9 handler Officer Behne. He just completed his training with K-9 Brutus and is ready to serve Sandy Springs. Officer Behne has been with the department since 2014. #weareyourSSPD

Criminals are out there, looking for an easy target. Lock your vehicles, no matter where you are. Remove all valuables from sight. Report all suspicious activity to 911. #locktakehide

With the holiday weekend comes a lot of additional traffic. The Sandy Springs Traffic Unit will be working all weekend to remind drivers to obey the speed limit, drive sober, and to drive hands-free. Have a safe and sober Labor Day! #drivesoberorgetpulledover #handsfreeGA