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No. You may make a missing person report whenever you realize that someone is missing. Entry into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) is regulated.
The police department will respond 24/7 to any requests for police service.
Unless an extreme circumstance exists a report should be made to an officer in person. Cases will be looked at on a case-by-case basis.
Unless a vehicle is evidence in a crime, the Police Department can only impound cars that have been abandoned on public property. you may call a wrecker service of your choice to tow the car away.
The Powder Springs Police Department does not operate the jail. We house our prisoner's at Smyrna Police department. For information, call the Smyrna Jail @ 770-434-9481.
You can request a zone patrol by submitting a residential check form on-line under Services. While the department does not have the manpower to watch 24 hours a day, officers to the zone will be assigned to check your property as their call loads permit.
Call the Police Department at 770-943-1616.
Yes. Calls to 911 are free. Do not try to stop the offender or place yourself in danger. When you call, you will be asked a description of the car, location, and direction of travel.
Dispatchers are trained to try to get as much information as possible to determine the nature of the call and its seriousness. By doing so, they are able to dispatch the number and type of public safety personnel needed.