The purpose of the Clayton County Police Department is to enforce the law fairly and firmly; to prevent crime; to pursue and bring to justice those who break the law; to keep the peace; to protect, help and serve the people of Clayton County; and to do all of this with integrity, common sense and sound judgment.
We must support and uphold the Constitution of the United States of America and the Constitution of the State of Georgia. We must discharge our duties consistent with our Oath of Office and the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics.
We must be compassionate, courteous and patient, acting without fear or favor or prejudice to the rights of others. We must be professional, calm and restrained in the face of violence and use only that force which is reasonable and necessary to accomplish our lawful duty.
We must strive to reduce the fears of the public and, so far as we can, to reflect their priorities in the actions we take. We must respond to well-founded criticism with a willingness to change.
Code Enforcement (770) 473-5411 - In May of 2007, control of the Clayton County Code Enforcement Unit was transferred from Community Development to the Clayton County Police Department. The Code Enforcement Unit is staffed by fifteen full time and four part time Code Enforcement Officers and is a sub-division of the Special Services Division of the police department. The unit is located on the ground floor of police headquarters at 7911 N. McDonough Street, Jonesboro, Georgia and operates Monday - Saturday from 7:30 AM - 6:30 PM. Complaints concerning housing code violations can be reported to the unit at (678) 610-4755 or by e-mail at Code.Enforcement@co.clayton.ga.us.
For information on the installation and use of alarm systems contact:
Alarm Administrator: Cherry Childs
Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday - Friday
Chief of Police: Michael Register
7911 N. McDonough Street
Jonesboro, GA 30236
Chief's Office: (770) 477-3600
Administrative Offices: (770) 477-3600
Fax: (770) 477-3745