MAJOR ALAN HOLLOWAY, COMMANDER
Courage, Integrity and Committment
The Clayton County Police Department Narcotics Division has a long
history of narcotics enforcement that began in the late 60's and
early 70's. The Narcotics Division was created to combat the influx
of illegal drugs being used, sold, transported and stored in and
around Clayton County. This proud tradition continues today.
The Narcotics Division is under the direction of Deputy Chief Chris
Butler and is commanded by Major Alan Holloway.
The Clayton County Narcotics Division investigates illegal narcotic
activity, illegal vice activity and illegal gang activity on a federal,
state, county, and city level. The Clayton County Narcotics Division
is proud to be partnered with the cities located in Clayton County.
Presently the City of Jonesboro Police Department, the City of Forest
Park Police Department and the City of Riverdale Police Department
have officers assigned to the Narcotics Division. The Clayton County
Narcotics Division continues to have a strong working relationship
with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Immigration Customs
and Enforcement (ICE), Georgia State Intelligence Network (GSIN),
Georgia Terrorism Information Project (GTIP) and the Georgia Narcotic
Officers Association (GNOA), as well as surrounding cities and counties.
The Clayton County Narcotics Division receives much needed support
from the Clayton County Police Department Special Operations Unit,
S.W.A.T Team, and the Clayton County Fire Department EMS/Tactical
The Clayton County Narcotics Division continues its mission, efforts
and commitments to eliminate crime in Clayton County.
One nation under GOD - Together we are the difference.
2010 CLAYTON COUNTY GEORGIA POLICE DEPARTMENT
7911 N. MCDONOUGH STREET, JONESBORO GEORGIA 30236