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Sat, Jan 11, 2020 9:00am
City Hall
CPR Class

The "Heart Ready" program offered by the JCFD provides both CPR /AED & Opiate awareness training to residents of Johns Creek. Upon completion, participants will receive a certificate of recognition by the Johns Creek Fire Department.
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Johns Creek
Publis Safety
Foundation
11360 Johns Creek, GA 30097
Email: steve.broadbent@
jcpublicsafety
foundation.org
P: (678) 777-6313
 
     
 


Johns Creek Police Department

Johns Creek Fire Department

Since the Johns Creek Department was launched in 2008, Johns Creek has consistently been acknowledged as one of the safest cities in the country. Some recent accolades include:

#1 Best Place to Live in Georgia, Homesnacks.net (2019)
#2 Safest City in Georgia, Homesnacks.net (2019)
#1 Safest City in Georgia, Homesnacks.net (2018)
#3 Safest City in Georgia; Safewise.com (2018)
#1 Safest City in Georgia, National Council for Home Safety & Security (2017, 2018)
#1 Safest City in Georgia; 62nd Safest in the nation; NeighborhoodScout.com (2018)

 
Check out other important information, such as Safest City, Best Place to Live, and more at www.johnscreekga.gov/quicklinks/about/demographics/demographics

In 2010, JCPD was awarded certification by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA), setting a record for the swiftest time from founding to accreditation in the history of CALEA. JCPD was recertified in 2013 by CALEA with Excellence through the Gold Standards process. There are approximately 180,000 law enforcement agencies in the country and only 665 or 3.7 percent are accredited by CALEA.

Being very aware of the current opioid crisis in our country, the Johns Creek Police Department established a Crisis Intervention Team specifically trained to de-escalate tense situations with people who struggle with mental health or addiction issues. Police vehicles carry medication to counter-act heroin overdoses.

JCPD is the first agency in the Greater Atlanta area to launch an open data portal, enabling citizens, academics, and media to access police data in an interactive online format. Aptly named Police to Citizen, or P2C, the portal gives access that includes police department statistics, community reports, and the department’s progress towards key goals. JCPD also offers a free mobile app called JCPD4ME for iPhones and Androids that allow people to access several services with their cell phones.

Community Safety Day- The Johns Creek Fire Department jointly sponsors with the Johns Creek Police Department an annual public event called “Community Safety Day.” The Fire and Police departments perform various safety demonstrations. The event gives the residents of Johns Creek a chance to understand the complexity and importance of the Fire and Police services.


JCPD Citizens Police Academy- The JCPD Citizens Police Academy is a nine-week course that offers an up-close look into the JCPD operations and policies. Weekly class includes instruction in criminal investigations, narcotics, demonstrations of K-9 and SWAT Units, and practical exercises, such as traffic enforcement. The Citizens Police Academy is open to all Johns Creek residents (21+ yrs.) who successfully pass a criminal history check.

JCPD Citizens Auxiliary Police Services- The JCPD Citizen Auxiliary Police Services (CAPS) assists police in handling many necessary duties that don’t require a law enforcement officer such as directing traffic, patrolling parks, conducting residential and business checks, helping manage administrative work, and working community events. Candidates must be graduates of Citizens’ Police Academy, pass a criminal background check interview, and take 20 hours of specialized training.

Active Shooter Training- The Johns Creek Police Department (JCPD) conduct Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (C.R.A.S.E.) throughout the year. Instructors teach civilian-minded classes with tips and strategies to help survive if individuals find themselves in an active shooter situation. The classes are open to the public and all are encouraged to attend. Registration is required.

The C.R.A.S.E. classes will be held:
March 13, 7 p.m., Johns Creek United Methodist Church, 11180 Medlock Bridge Road
March 20, 7 p.m., Perimeter Church, 9500 Medlock Bridge Road


PACT (Neighborhood Watch)- Johns Creek residents collaborate with JCPD officers to identify potential crime or clarify any misinformation about criminal activity in area neighborhoods. There is no cost for the service and is open Johns Creek residential neighborhoods.

radKIDS (Children’s Safety)- JCPD offers radKIDS, which is a nationally recognized children’s safety program. Children’s safety topics include home, school, and vehicle safety, good/bad/uncomfortable touch, stranger tricks, (including physical defense against abduction), and self-realization of personal power.

Teen Girls and Women’s Safety and Self Defense Class- The Johns Creek Police Department offers safety and self-defense classes for teenaged girls and women who together learn situational awareness and basic self-defense tactics. The 2 ½ hour class combines lecture and practical self-defense roleplaying.

Women’s Safety and Awareness- JCPD began a Women’s Safety and Awareness program to help women become more aware of potential dangers and to be better prepared in a threatening situation. The is no cost for the class and is open to all Johns Creek women.

STOP (teen driver intervention)- JCPD, through the Johns Creek Municipal Court system, offers a teen driver safety education program. The program includes classroom instruction, community service, and STOP car window decal. There is no cost, and is open to drivers 17-20 years old who receive a traffic violation from the JCPD.

Underage Drinking Diversion- The Diversion Education program is targeted to young violators who are 17-20 years old. The program teaches the negative impact of underage drinking and offers an alternative to arrest in underage drinking offenses excluding DUI. Voluntary enrollment is based on the discretion of the responding JCPD officer. Mandatory compliance by the violator’s parent/legal guardian is required.

Vacation Watch- Residents of Johns Creek can request JCPD officers to check on homes when residents are on vacation. JCPD officers will conduct daily checks on residences at no charge.

Traffic Enforcement- Residents and businesses can request additional traffic officers when there are concerns about a potential safety issue related to traffic problems and repeated traffic violators. There is no charge for the service.

Patrol Request- Residents can request additional JCPD patrol for areas if there are safety or other concerns in their neighborhoods. There is no charge for the service.

Trunk or Treat- Many Johns Creek residents attend the JCPD Annual Trunk-or-Treat celebration each year. The officers and support staff of the Johns Creek Police are proud and enthusiastic to be part of the Johns Creek community. Various JCPD units compete to be the “Best Show,” which often includes elaborate haunted houses, REAL super heroes, and various fun activities. The Johns Creek Police Department’s Trunk or Treat Halloween celebration has become an acclaimed family event in the community. An estimated 2000 people attended JCPD’s Trunk or Treat celebration, and the entertaining event grows larger each year. The event is free to the public.

Johns Creek Police Department Headquarters
Ed Densmore- Chief of Police
11360 Lakefield Drive
Johns Creek, GA. 30097
678-474-1600

 



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