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The statewide executive order for empowering a healthy Georgia will extend through April 30. 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.
DPS offers EPORTS as an online platform for seeking and obtaining available and responsive documents prepared by the Georgia State Patrol, Georgia Motor Carrier Compliance Division, and Capitol Police. EPORTS is currently limited to online search, retrieval, and payment of crash reports (accident), incident reports (arrest), and citations.
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 April 12, 2021 10:00 AM in the Georgia Department of Public Safety Media Room at 959 United SE Ave., Atlanta, GA 30316.
POST CRITICAL INCIDENT SEMINAR #10
Sponsor: Georgia DPS - Office of Public Safety Support (OPSS)Dates: April 26-28, 2021 (Monday – Wednesday)
(FORSYTH, GA) - The Georgia Department of Public Safety Motor Carrier Compliance Division held graduation ceremonies for its 5th and 6th Motor Carrier Schools on Friday, January 15, at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center (GPSTC) in Forsyth. The 5th Motor Carrier School officially graduated on March 30, 2020, but a traditional graduation ceremony was not held due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Traffic crashes across Georgia during the New Year's holiday travel period resulted in 13 traffic deaths involving 11 fatal crashes. This year, the holiday travel period was 78-hours long. It began at 6 p.m. on Thurs.., Dec. 31, and ended at 11:59 p.m. on Sun., Jan. 1.
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.