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The statewide executive order for empowering a healthy Georgia will extend through November 15. This order affects all Georgia residents and visitors. Review the following: COVID-19 Updates
Georgia Department of Public Safety works with all levels of government to provide a safe environment for residents and visitors to our state.
Have you downloaded the mobile app that allows users to send reports of suspicious activity directly to state law enforcement for further investigation?
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ALL INTERESTED PARTIES that the following additional matters have been assigned for hearing before the Department of Public Safety (herein after referred to DPS) on November 9, 2020 10:00 AM in the Georgia Department of Public Safety Media Room at 959 United SE Ave., Atlanta, GA 30316.
GEORGIA BOARD OF PUBLIC SAFETY VIRTUAL AND CALL-IN MEETING
Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 11:00 a.m.
(ATLANTA) – The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) has awarded the Georgia Department of Public Safety (DPS) a Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic (H.E.A.T.) grant to continue its Nighthawks DUI Task Force and Administrative License Suspension (ALS) program. The grant is approximately $3.3 million and went into effect on October 1, 2020. It will continue through September 30, 2021.
(ATLANTA) – Governor Brian P. Kemp and the Board of Public Safety approved the appointments for the Georgia Department of Public Safety Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner during a call-in meeting today, Sept. 30. Colonel Chris C. Wright will serve as the new DPS Commissioner. Lt. Colonel William W. Hitchens, III will serve as Deputy Commissioner.
All driver's license needs are handled by the Georgia Department of Driver Services.
Ambulance Services, Volunteer Fire, Coroners, Law Enforcement, etc.
Wreckers, Escorts, Low-Speed Vehicles, Construction, etc.