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HaPpY WeEkEnD! ⭐️ We hope you all enjoy the beautiful weather this weekend. Remember….it’s UWG homecoming and we will be out enforcing the laws of the great state of Georgia. Drink 🍺 responsibly, have a designated driver or Uber, don’t fight, don’t run 🏃‍♂️ from the po-po, take care of your friends, don’t do drugs (or trade them or sell them), and don’t drive like a fool. While you’re at it, don’t steal anything either. 🚔 Do have a good time; just be smart! 🤩 And of course……. GO BRAVES! 😉 😍 ⚾️ ❤️💙 ... See MoreSee Less
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MARK YOUR CALENDARS! Next Saturday, 10/08/2022, is FAITH & BLUE! We look forward to seeing our community come out for food, fun, and fellowship at Lakeshore Park! 💙💙💙For more information on this national movement, please visit! ... See MoreSee Less
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🚔🚨🚔 UWG HOMECOMING festivities will be kicking off this week! September 29-October 1, Carrollton PD, in partnership with UWG PD and other agencies, will be increasing manpower and taking pro-active measures to be visible and vigilant throughout the weekend. To ensure a safe and enjoyable weekend for everyone, we encourage you to drink responsibly, obey all laws, and report any criminal activity to 911. ... See MoreSee Less
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SHOPLIFTING: If you recognize either or these individuals, please contact Det. Brandon Sheffield at 770-834-4451 or As always, you may remain anonymous.Case# 21071053 ... 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