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Board of Public Safety Meeting at 3 p.m.
Georgia Public Safety Training Center – LRC (C-115)
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 June 9, 2022, 10:00 AM in the Georgia Department of Public Safety Media Room at 959 United SE Ave., Atlanta, GA 30316.
(ATLANTA) – The Department of Public Safety (DPS) is encouraging motorists traveling the roadways throughout the state or visiting Georgia’s beaches to practice safe driving habits this weekend. This year’s Memorial Day holiday travel period will begin at 6 p.m. on Friday, May 27, and end Monday, May 30, at midnight. The travel period is 78 hours long.
(FORSYTH, GA) – The Georgia State Patrol graduated its 111th Trooper School on Friday, April 29, at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center (GPSTC) in Forsyth. After 32 weeks of intense training, 41 new troopers will report to one of the 52 patrol posts throughout the state.
All driver's license needs are handled by the Georgia Department of Driver Services.
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Wreckers, Escorts, Low-Speed Vehicles, Construction, etc.