Important Updates Regarding COVID-19/Executive Order
The statewide executive order for reviving a healthy Georgia is effective May 14, through May 31. This order affects all Georgia residents and visitors. Review the following: COVID-19 Updates
Post 50 - Capitol Hill
The Georgia State Patrol troopers of Post 50 control the access into the State Capitol by checking all State employees, guests and other personnel for valid identification. This includes screening all incoming packages, deliveries and mail. They provide security for all elected officials, state employees and guests at the State Capitol. The troopers of Post 50 also provide security for all the buildings on Capitol Hill by conducting patrols in and around these buildings.
Capitol Police Services Unit
The Capitol Police Services Unit consists of sworn law enforcement officers who have the primary responsibility of protecting life and property; preventing and detecting criminal acts, and enforcing traffic regulations throughout Capitol Hill. This includes the apprehension of criminals, traffic enforcement and protection of public and building security in the Capitol Hill area.
Capitol Square Security Unit
The Capitol Square Security Unit is staffed by non-sworn Safety Officers and GSP Cadet Troopers who provide general security to Capitol Square; monitors entrances into these buildings by checking all State employees, guests and other personnel for valid identification; screens all incoming packages, deliveries and mail. This unit also provides general security to elected officials, government employees and visitors to the Capitol Hill area.
Capitol Hill Alerts
Capitol Hill Alerts is available to all state employees and contractors working in state office buildings located on Capitol Hill. Users with an active building access card (issued by the Georgia Building Authority) can sign up to receive voice, text, and/or email notifications on both work and personal devices.