From the Chief
The goal of the Brooklet Police Department
is to provide the highest quality professional
police services in partnership with our community
- Gary M. Roberts, Chief of Police
Brooklet Police Department
It is the mission of the Brooklet Police Department
to provide fair, impartial, and excellent law enforcement
service to our community.
To that end we pledge
to pursue the highest level of training and
education available and to offer our community the highest
level of professionalism
to the best of our ability.
To be highly respected in Brooklet and among the law enforcement community for our dedication to quality police services while holding ourselves accountable to the highest standards of excellence and integrity. Brooklet Police Department willingly accepts this responsibility and holds itself accountable for its accomplishment.
The Brooklet Police Department is built on a philosophy that includes the values:
Integrity, Professionalism, Teamwork
INTEGRITY - We conduct ourselves with uncompromising honesty, honor, ethics, and nobility in all situations and relationships. We will treat all citizens and visitors with courtesy and respect and will deliver all services in a fair and honest manner that preserves the values of our country and our community.
PROFESSIONALISM - We will perform our duties ethically and knowledgeably and will represent the values of the Brooklet Police Department
through appearance and demeanor
in a positive manner.
TEAMWORK - We will work together to promote respect and encourage innovation through both collaboration and independent initiative to cultivate trust, cooperation, and the fostering of partnerships within the Department and our community.
SAFETY - We will always use our best judgment to work as safely as possible to comply with established laws and will never intentionally
endanger the public we serve.
Brooklet Police Department Staff
Chief of Police: Gary M. Roberts
Court Clerk: Mary Renteria
Corporal Pierre Jorden
Officer Jesse Morrison
Officer John Dailey
Detective Brandy Hewett
Rev. Chip Strickland
Rev. Carl Rushing
The Brooklet Police Department is located at:
202 East Lee Street
Brooklet Georgia 30415
Main Office Phone: (912) 842-9911
Fax: (912) 842-2001
EMERGENCY: DIAL 911
Non-Emergency: (912) 764-8888
Police Department Office Hours
Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
After 5:00 PM, Weekends and Holidays, Contact the Bulloch County Sheriff's Dispatch (912)764-8888
A Brooklet Officer will be dispatched to your location
EMERGENCY: DIAL 911
CLICK HERE for a copy of an accident report
FREQUENT PHONE NUMBERS
Brooklet Court Clerk: (912) 842-9911
Brooklet City Hall (912) 842-2137
Adult Protection Services: (866) 552-4464
Bulloch Animal Control (912) 489-6911
Bulloch County Sheriff's Office (912)764-1785
Bulloch Municipal Court (912) 764-7575
Brooklet Police Department
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911 should not be used unless a dangerous condition exists which requires immediate action.
The non-emergency number for the Bulloch County Sheriff is 912-764-8888. This number is answered 24 hours a day, and should be used for calls such as: a motor vehicle collision with no injuries, theft from a vehicle, property damage where the suspects have left the scene, general questions, complaints, or reports, such as barking dog or loud music
If you call 911 by accident, or if you change your mind about an incident’s severity after you dial, please stay on the line until the dispatcher ends the call; do not just hang up. Instead, stay on the phone and explain to the dispatcher that you dialed by mistake and that you do not have an emergency. Otherwise, the dispatcher (not knowing that there’s no emergency) will spend time trying to call you back or may even send emergency responders to you — and force other 911 calls to wait in the meantime.
When Not to Call 911
ABOUT SAFE HAVEN
Safe Haven is a program of Citizens Against Violence, Inc., a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to ending the cycle of family violence through prevention and education programs. Our mission is to serve, strengthen, and support victims and children of domestic violence through the provision of emergency and community-based services.
Our services are provided free of charge to individuals and families affected by domestic violence. We are committed to empowering survivors by offering knowledge and resources that will allow individuals to understand their options, enabling them to make informed decisions that will lead to a life of safety, security, and self-sufficiency.
Safe Haven proudly serves the rural counties of Bulloch, Candler, Effingham, Jenkins, Screven, and Washington in Southeast Georgia, and is a member of the Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence (GCADV), which represents over 53 domestic violence organizations across the state.
24-hr crisis line 912- 764-4605!
Call the National Human Trafficking Resource Center at 1-888-373-7888 or the Statewide Georgia Hotline for Domestic Minor Trafficking at 1-844-842-3678 for help.
All victims of slavery and human trafficking have rights and are protected by international, federal, and state law.
The hotline is:
(1) Anonymous and confidential;
(2) Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week;
(3) Able to provide help, referral to services, training, and general information;
(4) Accessible in 170 languages;
(5) Operated by nonprofit, nongovernmental organization; and
¿Usted o alguien que usted conoce son víctimas de tráfico de personas a cambio de sexo o son obligados a trabajar a cambio de un salario irrisorio o sin salario y no pueden escapar?”
“Llame al Centro Nacional de Recursos para el Tráfico de Personas (National Human Trafficking Resource Center) al 1-888-373-7888, o a la línea de asistencia telefónica para casos de Tráfico de Menores en el País de Georgia (Georgia Hotline for Domestic Minor Trafficking) en todo el estado al 1-844-842-3678 para solicitar ayuda.
Todas las víctimas de tráfico de personas y esclavitud tienen derechos y están protegidas por leyes internacionales, federales y estatales.
La línea de asistencia telefónica:
(1) Es anónima y confidencial;
(2) Está disponible las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana;
(3) Puede ofrecer asistencia, recomendación de servicios, capacitación e información general;
(4) Es accesible en 170 idiomas;
(5) Es operada por una organización no gubernamental, sin fines de lucro; y
(6) Es un número de llamada gratuita.
Are you or someone you know being sold for sex or made/forced to work for little or no pay and cannot leave?
We are taking
Applications! Check our Recruitment Page
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This year will be the 60th anniversary of National Police Memorial Day and as you are aware, 2021 was a tragic year for Brooklet Police Department in that we lost two of our own officers, Matthew Swint and Brandi Stock. In recognition of their service to us, Brooklet Police is hosting our first annual Police Memorial Day Service.
Friday, May 20th
At the Brooklet Police Department
202 East Lee Street, Brooklet Georgia
We would be honored if you could come and be a part of our service remembering those who served us.