Message From Chief Rusty Grant
On behalf of the hard working men and women of the Roswell Police Department, I welcome you to our website. We hope you will find it useful and informative. It is intended to serve as not only an additional contact point with the citizens we serve, but also a valuable source of information on a variety of topics including crime prevention and various services that we offer. We are always looking for new ways to meet the needs of our residents and hope that you take a few minutes to browse through what we have to offer.
About the Roswell Police Department
The Roswell Police Department serves and protects citizens and visitors within the city. Roswell is located 20 miles north of Atlanta. The 200 employee department serves a population of almost 100,000 and 41.95 square miles of property.
Meeting the challenges of a growing city, the Roswell Police Department touts a crime rate of only 2 persons crimes and 25 property crimes per 1,000 persons. Roswell residents and businesses are active in our community and support police efforts to maintain a safe environment.
The citizens can expect a professional, internationally accredited police department. The Roswell Police Department strives to set a standard of excellence for others to follow.
The Roswell Police Department vows to protect life and property, preserve the peace, and strives to prevent crime, fear, and disorder in the City of Roswell in partnership with all of those who live, work, and travel through our city.
The Roswell Police Department is one of the less than 400 law enforcement agencies that has received national accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA).
Our personnel are committed to the CALEA ideal of excellence. Excellence means going far beyond the line of duty, doing more than others expect. This is what excellence is all about. It comes from striving, maintaining the highest standards, looking for the smallest detail, and going the extra mile. Excellence means caring and making a special effort to do more.
Community Oriented Policing
In order to achieve excellence, we are dedicated to the concept of Community Oriented Policing (COP). COP is predicated on seeking input from the community on law enforcement and quality of life issues. I hope our citizens will test our commitment by using this site to report non-emergency neighborhood problems, complaints, and suggestions.
We read all emails and direct them to the appropriate unit of the Police Department for action.
Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving! Our officers will be out keeping an eye on Roswell neighborhoods and businesses but we can't do it alone! Check out our Thanksgiving Turkey Tips! T- Tend to your holiday meal while its on the stove, in the oven, or in the fryer; don't leave it unattended! U- Uniform rules of the road! The day before Thanksgiving is the busiest travel day for the U.S. so obey traffic laws! R- Rich Thanksgiving foods can cause upset stomachs for your pets, so stuff yourself, not your pet! K- Keep eyes open for any suspicious people loitering and prowling around your neighborhood! E- Elude from posting any status updates on social media about travel or shopping plans! Y- You and your family's safety is the number one priority while shopping on Black Friday. Georgia is in the top 20 for physical fights on Black Friday. Please, please, PLEASE, keep calm and shop on!
Traffic Alert: Avoid Hwy. 92 at Crosshaven Dr. in #RoswellGA due to a traffic incident. All westbound lanes are closed.
Azalea Dr. & Willeo Rd. will be affected by the Volition America Half-Marathon Sat. morning, 11/7. More Info: https://t.co/Qww6qe1eWW