Welcome to the Sandy Springs Police Department



The Sandy Springs Police Department was created in 2005 and took over police operations from the Fulton County Police on July 1, 2006 at one minute after midnight. The City of Sandy Springs Georgia was incorporated just months earlier.

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Drug Take Back Day April 26


Sandy Springs Police will again participate in the DEA Sponsored Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 26 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at police headquarters located at 7840 Roswell Road, Building 301.  Turn in your unused or expired medication for safe disposal.


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K-9 Rock to Receive Customized Vest

The Sandy Springs Police Department K-9  "Rock" has been awarded a ballistic vest thanks to a non profit organization, Vested Interest in K9s, Inc and a local business.  Crème de la Crème Preschool of Atlanta raised $1000.00 to equip the Sandy Springs K9 with a vest.


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Access Reports Online

The public may now access police reports online and report an non-emergency incident limited to Lost of Mislaid Property and Theft by Taking (License Plates Only.) In addition, an officer commendation link is available.
http://p2c.sandyspringsga.gov/p2c
 

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Police Officer Applications


Sandy Springs Police is now accepting applications for full time police officer positions. To apply, visit:
http://www.sandyspringsga.org/Careers/Featured-Opportunities/Police-Officer. The posting will expire April 25, 2014. The physical assessment is scheduled for May 3, 2014. All qualified applicants will receive an invitation for the assessment.

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Employment Opportunities


Chatcomm 9-1-1 Center is taking applications for positions within the center. Chatcomm 9-1-1 Center is managed by the IXP Corporation. The Chatcomm 9-1-1 system includes the cities of Sandy Springs, Johns Creek, Dunwoody, and now the new City of Brookhaven. For more information on Chatcomm and the services provided, go to the IXP website at ixpcorp.com. 
For employment application information, contact sharris@chatcomm.org.


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Self Report Accident Form


 

To document an accident for insurance purposes, the link below is the state report form.
State Report Form SR-13

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Alarm Registration in Sandy Springs

Beginning Oct. 1, 2013, all monitored alarm systems in Sandy Springs are required to be registered with the City. Registration of your residential or commercial alarm system can be done online at www.crywolf.us/sandyspringsga. The registration requirement is part of a newly passed City ordinance targeting a reduction in the number of false alarms in the City.

More than 80 percent of all false alarms are caused by user error. Make sure you and those who will activate the alarm are properly educated on the system’s operation from your alarm company. If you do set your alarm off accidentally, disarm your system as soon as possible and give your alarm monitoring station the necessary password and ID number to have the 9-1-1 call canceled.

TO REGISTER YOUR ALARM SYSTEM
Call 1-855-725-7101
 

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Sandy Springs Police Found Property List



SSPD Found Property


The above link shows found property currently in the Sandy Springs Police property room. These items are not for sale but listed as a reference for citizens who may have lost property. Required documents will include proof of ownership, serial numbers, receipts, photos, etc. These will not be auction items.

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Alarm Registration

Alarm Registration

Don't forget to register your alarm.

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Wanted For Felony Murder

Caris Ayala, the babysitter wanted on murder warrants continues to be sought by SSPD and FBI authorities since she absconded from her apartment following the October 2 incident when the five-month old child was taken to Children's Hospital for what was later determined, critical injuries from being violently shaken.
www.fbi.gov/wanted

 

CARIS AYALA, age 27, is wanted on a criminal warrant taken by Sandy Springs Police detectives after police were notified by Children’s Hospital of Atlanta staff that the child was being treated for critical injuries. The child died on October 26 after being removed from life-support systems. Ayala left the area and has not been seen or heard from since. She is in the company of her husband, Noe Castillo-Ramirez, who is also wanted for Hindering the Apprehension of a Felon.

 


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Crime Stoppers Greater Atlanta

Crime Stoppers Greater Atlanta

Sandy Springs Police Department is a proud member of the Crime Stoppers program of Greater Atlanta. The network serves all metro Atlanta Counties. The Crime Stoppers Program allows concerned callers to submit a tip while remaining anonymous. Rewards of up to $2,000 are offered.

Call: 404-577-TIPS (8477)

Text: CSA +your tip to CRIMES (274637)

Click: www.CrimeStoppersAtlanta.org.

 

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SSPD Receives National Accreditation



Sandy Springs Police has been awarded national accreditation through the Commission on Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA.) Chief Terry Sult gave the Sandy Springs City Council a presentation on the department's efforts over the past year to achieve the accreditation. “Without them - the quality of their efforts every single day – this would not have occurred at all,” Sult said.

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SSPD Tip Line Open

SSPD Tip Line Open

The Sandy Springs Police Tip Line is 770-551-3300. The tip line is monitored daily. If you have any information regarding illegal narcotics or any other crimes committed in Sandy Springs, please call. You may remain anonymous or if you prefer, you may leave your information and a detective will contact you.

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