Lawrenceville Police Department

  • Agency: Lawrenceville Police Department
  • Address: 300 Jackson Street, Lawrenceville, 30045 GA
  • Chief: L Randy Johnson (Chief of Police)
Phone: (770) 963 - 2443
Fax: (770) 339 - 2415

Lawrenceville Police Department is located at 300 Jackson Street, Lawrenceville, 30045 GA. The Chief of Police of the department is L Randy Johnson. The Lawrenceville Police Department phone number is (770) 963 - 2443.

Lawrenceville Police Department News

One year anniversary for Slow Pour Brewing Company. It should go without saying but drink responsibly while coming out to enjoy this event.

Reduce your chances of being struck by a vehicle when you're crossing streets. Also, remember to make eye contact with drivers to acknowledge that they see you- that means don't text while crossing roadways: HEADS UP!

For the Nextdoor users (if you're not using it, you should- it's handy)

This Friday, the Tams will be performing. We've heard they are excellent!

Upcoming road closures within the next two days. Perry Street, Pike Street, and Crogan Street will be affected at various times (see the shared post). Drive safely and if these routes are part of your normal travel plans, route around them or be prepared for detours and potentially some periods of stalled traffic.

There were recent reports of aggressive dogs in the Camden Square neighborhood. Maintain control of your pets.

If you missed it, plan to be there next year!

Forget the napkins, just bring a towel!

Ofc. Moss provided a tour of the command center (MCV) to Georgia Gwinnett College students. Whether he admits it or not, he enjoyed their company.

Bless you Maddie! Thanks Ofc. Johnson!

Arrest made in the Hit and Run pedestrian fatality accident that occurred on September 10, 2018.

HG2 Emergency Lighting's winners! Thank you HG2 for the opportunity to be in the contest!

Well, our department didn't win the prize but we were recognized for our Lip Sync Video.

When Hurricane Harvey hit Texas (2017), state officials advised citizens refusing to evacuate to write their names and social security numbers on the their arms and legs in the event they were found deceased. This is a grim reminder that when we take on dangerous weather and disasters, we may not come out on top. Stay informed and stay safe.

Mrs. Morris was thinking of our officers today and dropped off some cupcakes and Hershey’s kisses (the kisses are in the police cars). Thank you, Mrs. Morris!!! I heard that your mother helped out- thank her for us too!

This Lawrenceville Police Department 9/11 patch went to Afghanistan in 2005 and came back a year later. You may see some officers wearing a patch like this one and the 9/11 badge during the month of September.