The Administrative Services Division assists in the day-to-day operations of the Police Department through community outreach, property and evidence management, public information and general police services to the public.
Major David Barnes
Major Barnes oversees the Administrative Services Division including:
• Community Outreach Unit
• Public Information Office
• Property and Evidence Unit
• Terminal Agency Coordinator
• Police Service Representatives
Lieutenant William Furman
Lieutenant Furman is in charge of day-to-day operations of the Administrative Services Division. For Administrative questions, please contact Lt. Furman at: 678-382-6920 or email@example.com.
The Administrative Services Division includes: Community Outreach, Public Information Office, Property and Evidence, Terminal Agency Coordinator, and Police Service Representatives.
Community Outreach Unit
The Community Outreach Unit is responsible for establishing effective communication with the community through Neighborhood Watch and other educational programs. Through the Community Outreach Unit, we build partnerships with residents, schools and business owners to teach crime prevention and improve the overall quality of life. For more information about these programs please contact Community Outreach at 678-382-6917 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public Information Office
The Public Information Office disseminates accurate and timely information to the public and media. Our Public Information Officers are Sergeant Robert Parsons and Officer Anwar Sillah. PIO Parsons may be contacted at 678-382-6909 or Robert.Parsons@dunwoodyga.gov and PIO Sillah may be contacted at 678-382-6933 or Anwar.Sillah@dunwoodyga.gov.
Property and Evidence Unit
The Property and Evidence Unit is responsible for recording, storing, and maintaining all items brought into the department. The Property and Evidence Technician coordinates evidence to be processed, tested and sent to the crime lab. If you have personal property that needs to be picked up, please contact Vanessa Ollee at 678-382-6924 or DPD.email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
Police Service Representatives
The Police Service Representatives assist the general public in screening phone calls, obtaining reports and disseminating information as requested. They also assist with bonding, Georgia Crime Information Center (GCIC), and vehicle tow-ins and impounds. There are currently four personnel that staff this position. You can reach our Police Service Representatives by calling 678-382-6900 and pressing 8.