SPECIAL SERVICES DIVISION
MAJOR JOHNNY ROBINSON, COMMANDER
770-477-3645



Major Johnny Robinson

As Commander of the Special Services Division of the Clayton County Police Department, Major Johnny Robinson is responsible for the supervision of the Records Unit, Permits Unit, Animal Control Unit, Code Enforcement Unit, and Traffic Unit.

T
he Clayton County Police Department's Records Unit is responsible for processing and maintaining approximately 65,000 case files annually. The Records Unit is located inside Police Headquarters at 7911 N. McDonough Street, Jonesboro, Georgia and is open Monday - Friday from 8:00 AM until 9:00 PM.


The Permits Unit is responsible for issuing Alcohol Permits, Massage Therapist Permits, Fortunetelling Permits, Taxi Driver Permits and Door to Door Solicitation Permits for employees who wish to work at establishments in unincorporated Clayton County where such a permit is required by Clayton County Ordinance.

The Clayton County Police Department Animal Control Unit is responsible for the enforcement of laws pertaining to animals. The unit also accepts abandoned or orphaned animals from Clayton County residents, which are placed for adoption. The laws fall into two categories, The Official Code of Georgia Annotated (O.C.G.A.) and the Clayton County Code. Clayton County Codes are enforced by the Animal Control Officers. Animal Control Officers are Civilian employees who are sworn to enforce Clayton County Code. The Animal Control Officers handle the care, pick up and investigations of animals found to be in violation of Clayton County Code. The Felony Animal Cruelty Law is found in the Official Code of Georgia Annotated (O.C.G.A.). Violations of the O.C.G.A. have to be investigated by a P.O.S.T. certified law enforcement officer. Therefore, the Clayton County Police Department has a certified police officer assigned to the Animal Control Unit to investigate violations of animal law found in the Official Code of Georgia Annotated. The Clayton County Police Department, Animal Control Unit does not handle wildlife, or pest control, in or outside of your home. Private companies provide this service for a fee. The only wildlife the unit handles are those animals suspected of having rabies or are a danger to human life.

The Code Enforcement Unit responds to concerns from citizens that affect the quality of life within the county such as overgrown lots or yards, inoperative or unregistered vehicles, maintenance of structures, illegal signs and public nuisances.


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