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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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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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Peer Counselor Certification Course (Valdosta) CLASS FULL

Valdosta /

Lowndes County EOC

250 Douglas Street Valdosta, GA 31601


Post Critical Incident Seminar #18

St. Simons Island /


Sponsor:  Georgia DPS - Office of Public Safety Support

August 22-24, 2023 (Tuesday – Thursday)


Peer Counselor Certification Course (Richmond County)

Blythe /

Richmond County Sheriff's Office Training Facility

2098 Greenland Road Blythe, GA 30805

Press Releases

16 People Killed, Over 200 Injured During 2023 Memorial Day Travel Period

(Atlanta, GA) – Georgia State Patrol (GSP) Troopers investigated 11 fatal traffic crashes, and local law enforcement agencies investigated 5 fatal traffic crashes resulting in 16 deaths across the state during the 78-hour Memorial Day holiday travel period.

Memorial Day Weekend Kicks-Off Busy Summer Travel Season

(ATLANTA)—The Memorial Day holiday weekend kicks-off the beginning of the busy summer travel season across Georgia and the nation.  As motorists begin making travel arrangements, the Georgia State Patrol (GSP) reminds drivers to plan their trips carefully and to remember to make safety a priority.