The Carrollton Police Department operates under the principles of maintaining public safety, preventing crime, and enforcing the law. As an agency of the city government, it reports to the Mayor and City Council. The department provides a wide range of services to the community, including responding to emergency calls, conducting investigations, patrolling the city, and enforcing traffic laws. Additionally, the Carrollton Police Department promotes community engagement through various outreach programs and partnerships with local organizations.
Carrollton Police Department 115 West Center Street, Carrollton, Georgia, 30117 Phone: 770-834-4451
The Carrollton Police Department is responsible for maintaining and providing access to public arrest records. In accordance with Georgia law, which permits the release of certain public records, residents of Carrollton may request access to these records. When individuals are arrested in Carrollton, they are typically processed at the police department and their information is recorded in the department's arrest records. These records may include details such as the date and time of arrest, the charges filed, and any additional information related to the arrest. Residents who wish to obtain arrest records can contact the Carrollton Police Department for further assistance.
The Carrollton Police Department works closely with the local courts and prisons in Carrollton. When individuals are arrested, they may be transported to the Carroll County Jail or other correctional facilities depending on the nature of the offense and the availability of space. To find out where a specific individual has been transported, residents can contact the Carrollton Police Department for information. The department can provide details on the current location of the individual, as well as any upcoming court appearances or other relevant information.
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Please note that the availability and accessibility of these records may vary. Contact the respective agencies or departments for more information.