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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?
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(ATLANTA, GA) – This past weekend, July 30 – August 1, marked the 14th wave of the multi-agency crime suppression and street racing enforcement detail in Atlanta coordinated by the Department of Public Safety (DPS).
(Atlanta, GA) – Motor Carrier Compliance Division (MCCD) will join forces with fellow law enforcement partners in Florida, Alabama, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Tennessee, as well as state and federal agencies, to conduct the second of three concentrated highway traffic enforcement periods, August 3-5, as part of Safe DRIVE. Safe DRIVE (Distracted Reckless Impaired Visibility Enforcement) efforts aim to eliminate commercial motor vehicle (CMV) traffic collisions through quarterly periods of concentrated patrols along the southeast I-95 corridor where 13 percent of the nation’s fatal CMV collisions occur. The first enforcement period took place June 22-24, and a subsequent enforcement period will take place this fall from October 5-7.
All driver's license needs are handled by the Georgia Department of Driver Services.
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