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‼️ Runaway Juvenile ‼️Ava Madison Howard, goes by AvaAge:16 White Female Eyes: BRO Hair: BRO Height: 5’7” Weight: 110Unknown what she was last wearing, was last seen in the area of Monticello Drive in Villa Rica. Please contact Investigator Ben Cole at or by phone at 770-830-5916 if you have any information on her whereabouts. ... See MoreSee Less
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Congratulations, Deputy Chief Dobbs, for taking home the BLUE award! 💙 ... See MoreSee Less
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Our hearts are broken for our GSP friends this morning. Please keep his family, blue and blood, in your thoughts and prayers. 💙(Atlanta, GA) – The Georgia Department of Public Safety is saddened to announce the line-of-duty death of Trooper First Class Chase Redner #290. On February 20, 2024, TFC Redner was investigating a vehicle crash on Interstate 75 North near Mt. Zion Boulevard in Clayton County when he was struck by a vehicle. TFC Redner was rushed to Grady Memorial Hospital, where he passed away. The investigation is being conducted by the Troop C Specialized Collision Reconstruction Team and is ongoing. TFC Redner has been employed with the Georgia Department of Public Safety since September 2017 and was a graduate of the 103rd Trooper School. The Department of Public Safety sends its sincerest condolences and prayers to TFC Redner’s family and co-workers. Please keep TFC Redner’s family in your prayers as they cope with the loss of their loved one. ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy Tuesday, Carrollton! ☀️ ... See MoreSee Less
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February's monthly highlight is our fabulous Crossing Guards! These rock stars provide vehicle and pedestrian traffic control at Carrollton City Schools. They prevent accidents and enable the safe flow of vehicles and pedestrians. Guards also assist at events like football games, parades and other school functions. They work in extreme weather conditions and do all the things with smiles on their faces. Although this is a part-time position, our crossing guards are invaluable assets to our department and the school system. Our crossing guards are: Kimberly Doss, Michael Boykin, Sharekia McCoy, Jasmine Madden, Tonya Wyatt, Daphne Holts, Eileen White, Georgia Jackson, Tamia Walthall, Ed Larsen, Rodney Shivers, Randy Simpson, Linda Houston and Denise Boykin. ... See MoreSee Less
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The earliest documented Chief of Police of Carrollton was Benjamin H Crider in 1896.  In 1900, he was shot and killed in the line of duty.  During that time, Carrollton’s population was between 300-400 citizens. Since Crider’s death, Carrollton has employed 20 police chiefs.  Currently, the Carrollton Police Department, under the direction of Chief Joel Richards, serves a population of approximately 28,000 residents (excluding the campus at the University of West Georgia) and a daytime population of about 60,000 in a 23 square mile area.  In 1999, the Carrollton Police Department became a state certified law enforcement agency.



115 W Center St.
Carrollton, GA 30117
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1000 Newnan Rd.
Carrollton, GA 30116
(770) 830-5888