Patrol Division


The Uniformed Patrol Division is the backbone of the Glynn County Police Department. It is the largest division in the department and consists of uniformed officers and supervisors that operate in marked police cars providing Community Policing based response.

The Uniformed Patrol Division maintains social order through deterrent presence, enforcement of laws, timely response for calls for service, preliminary investigation of criminal offenses, apprehension of offenders and enforcement of traffic laws. 

The Uniformed Patrol Division maintains a close relationship with all the units of GCPD to include the  Airport, K-9, Traffic/HEAT units as well as the other agencies within Glynn County: City of Brunswick Police, College of Coastal Georgia Police, Glynn Schools Police, Glynn County Sheriff and the Georgia Department of Public Safety. 

Police officers assigned to a patrol zone are the “first responders” to a call for service in that zone. Officers are typically assigned to the same Baker each work day. 

Currently, our officers work 12 hour shifts, with a four day on four day off schedule. The officers rotate from day shift to nigh shift every two months. 


THE UNIFORMED PATROL DIVISION IS ALWAYS OPEN!

OUR DUTY TO PROTECT 

OUR HONOR TO SERVE

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Contact Us

  1. GCPD Headquarters

    GCPD Headquarters

    Carl Alexander Public Safety Complex 
    157 Carl Alexander Way
    Brunswick, GA  31525
    912-554-7800

    Islands Substation

    1965 Demere Rd.
    St. Simons Island, GA  31522
    912-279-2891

    Office of Professional Standards

    W. Harold Pate Building
    1725 Reynolds Street
    Brunswick, GA 31525
    912-554-7825

    Non-Emergency Dispatch

    912-554-3645

    General Police Information

    912-554-7800

    Silent Witness Crime Tip Line

    912-264-1333





  2. Private Property Motor Vehicle Accidents

    Download the SR-13 form: HERE



    You must never leave the scene of an accident prior to exchanging information with others involved, whether they are another driver or the owner of property. If you are involved in an accident, you are required to provide certain information to the other parties involved. Likewise, other motorists, passengers, or pedestrians involved in the accident are required to provide you with similar information. This information includes:

    • Name, address, and contact telephone number
    • Driver’s license number
    • License plate and VIN of the vehicles involved
    • Auto insurance information for the vehicles involved, to include insurance company name, policy number, and name of insured.

    If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident on private property (off roadway), you need to fill out an SR-13 form and turn it in to your insurance company.