Community Policing Services
"Striving to set the standard all others will choose to follow."
11445 Johns Creek Pky, Johns Creek, GA 30097
Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The JCPD is committed to upholding the highest standards of community policing by providing comprehensive Community Services for our residents and businesses.
"Our most valuable asset in enhancing safety and security, and positively influencing the quality of life in Johns Creek, is a proactive, supportive community," says Police Chief Ed Densmore. "Community involvement and support is the key to our success."
Citizens Police Academy: Open to all residents over 21, the nine-week course provides an up-close look at JCPD operations and policies; classroom instruction (investigations, narcotics, CSI); demonstrations (K-9, SWAT); and practical exercises (traffic enforcement and firearms). Held twice a year.
PACT (Police and Community Together): A neighborhood watch program where residents and police work together – to identify issues in neighborhoods to prevent crimes, and clarify any misinformation about alleged criminal incidents.
SHIELD: A business watch program that promotes a safe business community through education and crime prevention – and sends a signal to potential criminal elements that they care about their community.
STOP: A teen safe driving program – presented in conjunction with the Johns Creek Municipal Court – that strives to create a safe driving environment through education and intervention to reduce the number of teen traffic accidents and violators in the city.
Underage Drinking Diversion: An educational program that serves as an alternative for youth under the age of 21 found in possession of alcohol, giving them an opportunity to avoid charges. Admittance into the program is at the sole discretion of the police officer on the scene of the violation, and does not apply to DUIs.
Sgt. Kalish and business owner applying SHIELD patch to front window