Mission

To provide the citizens of Griffin with the most professional, best trained and most efficient police department in the State of Georgia.

The Griffin Police Department is comprised of approximately 100 sworn officers and 11 civilian support personnel. We serve a daytime population of about 100,000 people , roughly 25,000 of those being citizens residing within the incorporated limits of Griffin, GA.

Vision Statement

The City of Griffin Police Department is envisioned as the role model for all law enforcement agencies in the State of Georgia.

Police Contact Information

C. Frank Strickland, Police Chief
Email

868 W. Poplar St.
Griffin, GA 30224
Ph: (770) 229-6450
Fax: (678) 692-0409
Investigations: (770) 229-6452
Website

Hours
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday – Friday

A nationally accredited law enforcement agency.

Goals

The department's personnel believes that police services play a vital role in the development of a community and as such it takes responsibility for providing nothing less than the best police services to the Citizens of Griffin, Georgia.

  • Making the safety and protection of the Citizens of Griffin our Number One Priority.
  • Developing and maintaining the trust and confidence of the community in the department by adhering to the highest moral and professional standards.
  • Utilizing all of our training resources to the greatest extent possible and ensuring that the personnel of the department receive the best possible training.
  • Enforcing the laws of the City of Griffin, State of Georgia and the Constitution of the United States fairly and without favor.
  • Upholding only the highest moral and professional standards, taking responsibility and making ourselves accountable for our actions.