Police Services

It is our desire to be an integral and active participant in the community through inclusion in its activities, groups and associations, and conversely, to have each of our members and staff accessible and responsive to the citizens we serve. There are manifested through problems centered in our community policing and problem-solving initiatives, empowerment of the community and officers alike, with mutual efforts toward mutual goals.

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  • Crime Stoppers Tip Hotline

    Report information on narcotics, recent crimes (bank robberies, auto theft, child molestation, location of wanted persons etc.). The Crime Stoppers Tip Line is not for filing police reports or following up with detectives.


  • Criminal Investigations Division

    The Alpharetta City Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division is tasked with the responsibility of conducting preliminary and follow-up investigations on all crimes within the city limits of Alpharetta. Whenever possible, members of the division also conduct proactive enforcement of state laws and local ordinances. The Criminal Investigations Division's mission is to enhance the quality of life in our city by protecting life and property and by investigating criminal activity at its earliest stage.

  • Communications Division

    The City of Alpharetta’s Emergency Communications Division is an around-the-clock operation that dispatches police personnel, fire personnel, processes 911 calls and non-emergency calls, coordinates critical incidents with different departments and handles GCIC/NCIC files for the cities of Alpharetta and Milton. 

    Emergency 911
    Non-emergency 678-297-6300

  • Uniform Patrol Division

    The Uniform Patrol Division was developed to help break down the barriers between the Police Department and the Community to build a partnership and help decrease social disorder and the public’s fear of crime. The Uniform Patrol Division's goal is to empower our residential and business communities to participate in our proactive stance of crime prevention and become active participants in our problem solving techniques.

  • Fraud Prevention

    Victims of fraud may go to the Fulton County Criminal Warrant Office located at 160 Pryor Street, Room J-135, Atlanta, GA, to fill out a warrant application. Please have the full name and address of the suspect. If you would like to file a police report you may complete one. Please be aware that filing a police report is for documentation only and there will not be a follow-up. If a victim knows the suspect, the warrant office may be a quicker alternative.

    Identity Theft Affidavit

  • Records Support Service

    This unit is responsible for all police records management, open records requests, permitting, background checks and fingerprinting. 

    For more information please visit our interactive lobby at  https://p2c.alpharetta.ga.us/p2c/main.aspx or call 678-297-6306

  • False Alarms

    The City of Alpharetta imposes a false alarm fee when police or fire personnel respond to a call that could divert them from an actual crime, fire or emergency. In the event of a false alarm, the business/individual in question will receive a warning and be required to register the alarm. To register the alarm, the business/individual must go to the Alpharetta Police Station, 2565 Old Milton Parkway, Alpharetta, Ga 30009 and pay a $50.00 registration fee. Should a business/individual decide to register their alarm before an occurrence there is no fee. Should a business/individual have a second, third or fourth occurrence in a twelve-month period, the fines will be $50.00 per occurrence. The fifth and all subsequent occurrences will each incur a charge of $125.00.


    For questions regarding false alarm fees or procedures to register an alarm, please contact the Customer Service Team at 678-297-6060 or via email at financecst@alpharetta.ga.us.

  • City Code Ordinances

    Search the most current list of City Code Ordinances.

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  • Fulton County Animal Services

    LifeLine Animal Projects provides a safe environment for homeless animals in Fulton County. LifeLine offers low-cost spay and neuter options, licensing, fostering and adoptions.

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