Georgia Department of Public Safety


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.

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See Something, Send Something App

Have you downloaded the mobile app that allows users to send reports of suspicious activity directly to state law enforcement for further investigation?

Next Event


Peer Counselor Certification Course - October 2021

Dalton /

*This course will meet the requirements to be certified as a Peer Counselor in the State of Georgia. POST/Fire Academy/EMS credit will be given as well.


MCCD Notice of Public Hearing - October 2021

Atlanta /

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 October 12, 2021, 10:00 AM in the Georgia Department of Public Safety Media Room at 959 United SE Ave., Atlanta, GA 30316.

Press Releases

DPS Coordinates 21st Wave of its Multi-Agency Crime Suppression and Street Racing Enforcement 

(ATLANTA, GA) – Over this past weekend, Sept. 17-19, the Georgia Department of Public Safety (DPS) coordinated the 21st wave of its multi-agency crime suppression detail in Atlanta. The multi-agency detail includes the Georgia State Patrol (GSP), Motor Carrier Compliance Division, Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Department of Natural Resources, and Atlanta Police Department. 

Georgia State Patrol Graduates 110th Trooper School

(FORSYTH, GA) – The Georgia State Patrol graduated its 110th Trooper School on Friday, September 17, at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center (GPSTC) in Forsyth.  After 32 weeks of intense training, and a three-week interruption due to a COVID outbreak, 34 new troopers will report to one of the 52 patrol posts throughout the state.