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Brookhaven, Georgia Offense Statistics
Population 51,542
Violent Crime 169
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 2
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 5
Robbery 114
Aggravated Assault 48
Property Crime 1,255
Burglary 202
Larceny-Theft 908
Motor Vehicle Theft 145
Arson 2
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Publication: Crime in the United States 2015

2665 Buford Hwy NE, Atlanta, GA 30324, USA


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It is a cardinal principal of democratic societies that the ultimate responsibility for peace, good order and law observance rests with the citizens of that society, not with an organized police force. In this respect, the Brookhaven Police Department benefits from serving a community which is vitally interested in assuring a high level of safety, security and public order, and able to assume the responsibility for policing itself. Therefore, the fundamental mission of the Brookhaven Police Department is to provide the leadership and professional support required to sustain and improve the community’s efforts to police itself, and to develop a balance and cooperative police-community campaign against deviant behavior. Since the control of crime and other disorders are to be a joint effort between the police and the citizens of Brookhaven, the cornerstone of this effort must be cordial, respectful and trusting relations between the police and the community. Every effort will be made, and no opportunity overlooked, to strengthen this police-community bond. Every action by the Police Department or by any of its members will be judged for its effects upon this relationship. The Police Department will endeavor to ensure that all citizens of The City of Brookhaven view our organization as an integral part of the community and not as an entity outside or estranged from it. A citizens’ image of our agency is largely influenced, if not wholly determined, by the members they encounter. If individual members are competent, polite, and caring, our department will be respected and a high level of team-community accord and trust will develop, typical of true community policing. For these reasons, the Brookhaven Police Department reaffirms its view that one of the basic, continuing responsibilities of every officer and civilian member is to strengthen the affinity between the citizens of Brookhaven and their police service. Our community policing concept provides an unparalleled opportunity to discharge this responsibility allowing us to develop innovative, long term approaches to accomplish our mission. We will focus our efforts towards identifying and responding to general problems, rather than just fielding fragmented police responses to individual incidents and calls for police series in Brookhaven. CRIMINAL APPREHENSION One of our basic tasks is the identification and apprehension of criminals and the acquisition of evidence for trial purposes. Our ability to solve offenses through more citizen input must be improved. The Brookhaven Police Department must become even more responsible, to provide an organization that is receptive to citizen information and capable of making the best use of that information to solve offenses and make apprehensions. This free flow of information requires the existence of a rational environment between our members and citizens which encourages the exchange of information. Our community-based policy of policing is the first major step in establishing this necessary relationship. Close community ties will foster trust and confidence in the police, allowing us to solicit information generally unavailable to police departments. Once information is received, the department must ensure that maximum use is made of it. This requires a prudent intelligence network and systematic use of our crime analysis capability. Careful case management and prosecutor liaison must be employed to ensure cases are fully investigated and evidentially sound. The constant development of these capabilities is one of the long-term goals of the Brookhaven Police Department as part of our approach to improving apprehension rates and case clearance. CONFLICT MANAGEMENT The mobility of the Police Department and its constant presence in the community often makes it the only emergency service able to provide instant emergency assistance aid. This includes immediate aid at a variety of physical traumas such as traffic accidents, personal injuries and acute illnesses. It also includes interventions into domestic crisis, neighborhood disputes, abuse or neglect of relatives and death investigations. Early identification of potential crisis and successful resolution of social conflicts is a primary objective. Continued coordination between our agency and social service agencies must also be maintained. The continued presence of interpersonal trauma in the community reflects a wide range of human problems. The Brookhaven Police Department cannot hope to eliminate these problems, but should attempt to mitigate their more harmful effects, not only because they are inherently undesirable, but also because they often lead to crime severely affecting the quality of life for all Brookhaven citizens. ADMINISTRATION The Brookhaven Police Department is committed to a program of increased involvement of members in the management of the agency. Our members are the root source of our quality and productivity. By obtaining the maximum value from the individual talents of personnel, we will be able to increase our current police practices to the best level known, achieve optimum performance without a proportionate increase in costs, and finally allocate resources to activities which give the highest return for the dollars spent. The Department will stress rules, policies and procedures and obedience thereto. Employee conduct is based upon threat, external control and enforcement of rules. The Departments emphasis will change to stress individual decision making based upon training, self-control and individual responsibility. Discipline is not to be viewed as a distinct aspect of management, but rather as part of the administrative process, which as a whole, attempts to maximize performance and minimize the probability of undesirable behavior. Supervisors are encouraged to catch members doing things right and reserve negative discipline only for the more serious violations. TRAFFIC SAFETY A major task entrusted to our agency is the protection of motorists and pedestrians on public streets, pathways and highways. Traffic accidents are responsible for the greatest loss to the City in property and lives, and together with traffic enforcement activities will account for a large part of our expenditures. Our efforts to reduce accidents and increase traffic safety will continue. Much of this effort will be through enhanced public awareness and education, but selective enforcement based upon accident data and neighborhood complaints will play a major role. PERSONNEL DEVELOPMENT Our transition to a service orientated community system of policing requires new roles for members, opening avenues for a wider variety of work which should increase job satisfaction. These expanded functions require careful and continuing attention to training needs, particularly in the areas of zone management, intelligence, conflict resolution and community development to correspond with the roles of members. Regularly scheduled training sessions should emphasize appropriate subjects. In addition, special training should be provided as required. It is important that voluntary personnel attrition be kept to an absolute minimum. The basic strength of the Brookhaven Police Department should lie in a relatively young but intensively trained and seasoned field personnel. A high turnover rate means that a large portion of the department at any moment in time would consist of novice officers, in effect decreasing the operational effectiveness of the department. The Brookhaven Police Department will seek innovative ways of giving members greater opportunities to utilize their abilities and meeting their needs for personal growth and job satisfaction. CONCLUSION 1. The Brookhaven Police Department is an integral part of the community. In a traditional sense, it places a sound emphasis on basic policing. Within the context of helping people, the Department emphasizes social concerns, as well as community relations. 2. The Brookhaven Police Department serves the needs of the public, always acting as professionals, and in a manner acceptable to the public. 3. The Brookhaven Police Department is committed to proactive law enforcement, using planning and foresight to anticipate problems and solve them. 4. The Brookhaven Police Department is committed to high ethical standards. Each member is responsible for maintaining the good reputation of the Department. 5. The Brookhaven Police Department’s management is the result of direct input by each member. Members are expected to provide suggestions for change and programs, and to serve on management committees and task forces. 6. The Brookhaven Police Department is committed to exploring new methods of reaching goals, recognizing that change is desirable and that risks which accompany change are acceptable. Gary Yandura, Chief of Police
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Thank you Brookhaven, with your help 1630 lbs of canned foods were donated to the Atlanta Community Food Bank


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Morning Brookhaven,

Fill-A-Cop-Car is underway at the following Kroger locations: 3871 Peachtree Rd and 2036 Johnson Ferry Rd.

There’s still time, grab any non-perishable/canned items inside the stores to be donated to the Atlanta Community Food Bank.

4 days ago
Congratulations Officer William Solano on your graduation from the North Central Georgia Law Enforcement Academy today.
5 days ago
Don't forget! We will have officers at both Brookhaven Kroger's collecting non parish able food items from 0800-1100.
1 week ago
Brookhaven,

If in the last 2-3 weeks, you or someone you know, lost a wedding ring in the area of Kittredge Magnet School (E Nancy Creek Dr) please email Officer Nino at to claim ownership.

If able to, please provide a picture or a detailed description of the ring.
1 week ago
With the Holiday season approaching, scammers will be looking for victims. Make sure you take steps to protect yourself.

FIVE HOOKS: Tell-Tale Signs of a Scam

THEY contacted YOU. Think about it. If you look up a business and call to make an order, you know who is on the other end of the deal. With a con artist, all you know is who that person says he or she is. You are already at a huge disadvantage.

They dangle BAIT in front of you. It is almost always a large sum of money, like a prize or an easy loan, or a large income. It sounds so easy! But we all know that people don't give away large sums of money so easily, or pay large incomes for nothing. Only in daydreams.

They want your PERSONAL INFORMATION. Anytime someone tries to get your bank account number, Social Security Number, or other sensitive information, you should automatically be on red alert. Don't do it.

First, YOU have to pay THEM. Don't be blinded by the promise of a large sum of money in the future. If they are asking you to give them money first, back off.

You have to WIRE or AIRBORNE money instead of MAILING it. This is your last warning: if you are on the brink of wiring somebody money in order to get a prize or a loan, an inheritance or any other large sum of money, STOP! It's a scam, and they are trying to avoid the stiff penalties for mail fraud. You are about to be robbed.

By mail, by phone or face to face, con artists dangle baited hooks in front of honest people every day of the week. It usually begins with an unsolicited contact from a company, individual or organization you never heard of. You do not know who the caller really is. Real lotteries don't call you to say you've won. You don't get grants without applying for them. You don't get easy loans if you have bad credit. Real money is hard to get. It doesn't just come to you. But there are people who would like to take whatever money you have to lose. Don't get hooked!

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