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    • Mission Statement

      The Police Department’s goal is to protect and maintain Atlanta's high quality of life and prevent crime. The department is responsible for enhancing overall community safety and safeguarding the rights of individuals. The Police Department is organized into specialized units and teams, staffed by both full-time, and volunteer officers to manage calls for service and facilitate problem-solving throughout the community.

      Police Department Command Staff

      Chief of Police 

      Bureau Chief of Police 

      Assistant Chief of Police 

      Deputy Chief of Police

      Police Commander

      Join the Police Department Today!

      Applications for the Atlanta Police Department are open for the first week of every month. 

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    • Police Department Subdivisions

      Traffic Enforcement Unit

       

      The primary duty of the Traffic Enforcement Unit is to enforce traffic laws in Atlanta to reduce and help manage traffic collisions while keeping the flow of traffic as fluid as possible. T.E.U focuses in areas of high crash rate and areas of high D.U.I drivers. Speed is a key factor in T.E.U as our response times are unmatchable yet safe to the public. Our main focus is to keep the streets fluid for traffic, reduce D.U.I incidents, and respond to priority vehicle chase situations.

      Port Authority

       

      The goal of the Atlanta Port Authority is to ensure the safety and well being of all who travel as well as ensuring the safe travel of legitimate commodities is not interrupted or put in danger. Through the use of a specialized team of Atlanta Police Department, we protect and serve the citizens of Georgia, whether it be by Air, Land or Sea. We support the APD in multiple ways such as stated below:

      • Vessel Pursuits

      • Public Transportation Security

      • Airport and Port Security

      • Search and Rescue

      • Evidence Recovery

      Special Intelligence Division

       

      The goal of the Special Intelligence Division Investigators is the protection of life and property, containment of crime, preservation of the peace, and investigation of criminal activities ultimately leading  to the righteous and just prosecution of offenders. SID Investigators can also join teams including:

      • Patrolling with a canine (Canine)

      • Warrant Executions (Warrant Interdiction Units)

      • Protection and Defense against Assassinations of High Value Targets in escorts (special service unit)

      • Intelligence Gathering through Undercover Investigators and operations (Covert Operations)

      • Apprehending suspects that are involved with Auto Crimes (Auto Theft Units)

      •  Investigators that go further into crimes related to drugs, prostitution, and gun smuggling (Vice Unit)

      • We also continue to teach our members new skills and techniques through our Advanced Training program.

      Education Division

      The purpose of the PCU is to further train Cadets in the field of law enforcement that was touched upon by their basic GF LEO training. We take those lessons that the Cadets were taught in basic training and build/refine it by working with each Cadet to build a lesson plan around their strengths and weaknesses and we in the PCU execute on those plans together with every Cadet as one unit to ensure that by the time the officer reaches the rank of Police Officer I they are prepared for their journey ahead in the APD.

       

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    Expectations

    In order to join the Department we require a certain number of traits that you possess. Below we have listed both primary and secondary skills which we would consider a mandatory requirement and a foundation for an applicant so that it can be built on during the academy.

    On Duty

    As a peace officer of the Atlanta Police Department, you must be able to:

    • Respect others with sensitivity and possess interpersonal skills

    • Make decisions with a clear judgment

    • Work efficiently in and as a team

    • Remain mature consistently and must respect discipline

    • Be honest, as well as respect integrity and personal ethics

    • Set and achieve personal goals

    • Fluently speak and write using the English language

    Rank Structure

    Chief of Police

    The Chief of Police oversees all operations of the police department and has the final say on any and all situations. The Chief commonly meets with all supervisors and receives their input for ways to make the department thrive.  

    Bureau Chief of Police & Assistant Chief of Police

    The Assistant Chief of Police keeps the Chief of Police informed of all operational activities on a day-to-day basis. The Assistant Chief directs the activities of either the administrative or operational side of the Police Department. They oversee command staff operations and help the Chief along with the other command staff members in making decisions.

    Deputy Chief of Police

    The Deputy Chief of Police is part of the "Team of Chiefs" who make major final decisions and aid each other in making those decisions. At their rank, They have the same duties as commander and help them with any inquiries they may have, but they also can make major decisions on their own. They can freely promote officers that they feel ready.

    Police Commander

    The Police Commander(s) are part of the command staff team. They oversee all department policies, patrols, divisions, supervisors, and procedures. The Commander(s) usually help make large decisions such as sub-division supervisor picks, SOP reviewal, senior staff picks, and other administrative duties. In the event that there are multiple commanders, they would split up duties i.e. sub-divisions, patrol officers, supervisors.

    Police Captain

    Captains are the highest ranking officer who doesn't hold an administrative position. They oversee large patrols and act as a watch commander. They report to the command staff about the progress of any and all supervisors, sub-divisions, patrol units, department policy, and much more. Most things brought to them by Lieutenants are handled by them unless they deem it necessary to work up the chain of command. They also act as an ambassador to other departments for smaller topics.

    Police Lieutenant

    Lieutenants are the first rank in the police senior staff team. They oversee all sergeants and hold watch command positions in patrol. Occasionally, they will do checks on all of the subdivisions standard operating procedures. Lieutenants help the command staff by giving input on big department policy changes.

    Police Sergeant - Staff Sergeant - Master Sergeant

    The Sergeant is the first supervisory rank of the department. They coach corporals and usually continue to run a subdivision until master sergeant. Sergeants are the first official rank on the chain of command. They are in game supervisors and take scene command and can assign units certain duties or beats. Master Sergeants commonly supervise the whole sergeant team and report to their superior about the other sergeants.

    Police Corporal - Senior Corporal

    The Corporals and Senior Corporals of the police department are supervisors in training. Sergeants coach them on supervising techniques and disciplinary action. They help make decisions for the department. Corporal is commonly a sub-division supervisor rank.

    Senior Police Officer I - Senior Police Officer II

    Senior Police Officers are police officers who have distinguished themselves over other by helping others and excelling at their duties. These officers commonly help subdivision supervisors with running their division. They are also officers who can take initiative on scenes in-game when a supervisor isn't present.

    Police Officer I - Police Officer III

    The next step in the career ladder with the Atlanta Police Department (APD) is Police Officer status. Police Officer I is the classification given to all APD officers upon finishing their Cadet status. Their duties are all normal patrol duties such as traffic stops and responding to calls. As officers' skills progress, they begin to rank up through the Police Officer ranks. At the Police Officer status, you are able to join most subdivisions. Some divisions require a rank of Police Officer II.

    Police Cadet

    The first step in the career ladder with the Atlanta  Police Department (APD) is Cadet. It is the entry-level classification given to all APD officers upon completing the Police Academy.

     

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