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Public Safety

The City of Atlanta has 1951 sworn police officers and ## firefighters.

Atlanta Public Safety Headquarters (Fire & Police)
226 Peachtree St. SW
Atlanta, GA 30303
404.546.7000

Municipal Court
150 Garnett St. SW
Atlanta, GA 30303
404.658.6940

Public Safety Annex (Central Records)
3493 Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway NW
Atlanta, GA 
404.658.6950

 

 

 

 

 

Community Policing & Crime

 Enter your address to find your Atlanta Police zone
The Community Oriented Police Section builds community partnerships to reduce crime and increase public safety
Download weekly and annual crime data


Child Safety Seats

 Provides child safety seat educational services to parents and caregivers at 33 stations across the city; also provides child safety seats to low-income families

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Car Accidents

How to obtain a copy of a police report? Checklist of what to do after you've called 9-1-1
 Free online resource for the state of Georgia

Report a Potential Hazard

Report a potential hazard in the street or sidewalk:Kiếm tiền cờ bạc trực tuyến One online form for reporting potential safety hazards in the right-of-way

Parking Violations

Search for or pay a parking ticket online: Search for and pay your or online
Kiếm tiền cờ bạc trực tuyến Step-by-step instructions and requirements to dispute a parking ticket

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Emergency Preparedness

Find the closest fire station: Maps and location information for fire stations
Atlanta Fire & Rescue Community Programs: Community programs to enhance public awareness and emergency preparedness
 Free service that allows citizens to provide household information to first responders in advance of an emergency


Alarm Systems


the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department's initiative to put a smoke alarm in every home in Atlanta, free of charge. Call 404.546.2733 for more information
 As part of the City's efforts to reduce false alarms, Atlanta residents are now required to register their home security alarm systems.


Building Code & Vacant Properties


Building Inspections and Code Enforcement: The City works to ensure safe and sanitary conditions in housing and commercial properties
Citizens can register vacant and abandoned properties through the City's online system

Department of Corrections

Department of Corrections FAQs: Learn about visiting hours, how to deposit money to an inmate, and how to retrieve an impounded vehicle.

 

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