Uniform Patrol Division

Major William Ibarrondo

Major William Ibarrondo

Mission Statement

The Uniform Patrol Division is dedicated to professional service and protection to the citizens of Clayton County 24 hours / 7 days a week, through positive leadership and partnership with the community. We will selflessly protect and serve all people in the county.

Overview

The Uniform Patrol Division, under the direction of the Uniform Division Commander, is the largest Division within the Police Department. There are over 200 officers assigned when fully staffed. The Uniform Division has 4 Sectors which coincide with the commission districts. These sectors each have a Sector Commander that are responsible for day-to-day operations. Uniform Patrol is known as the ‘backbone’ of the Police Department and the division that is most judged and visible in terms of performance. Clayton County, with its population of approximately 272,000 residents, encompasses a large geographical area. The County is strategically dissected into 20 patrol beats covering 117 square miles of unincorporated Clayton County. Officers assigned to the division are generally the first to respond to 911 calls for service, and are likely the first line of contact for a citizen to have with a member of the police department. A patrol officer functions as both a reactive and proactive role when performing their daily duties. They will conduct initial investigations of all crimes, conduct traffic enforcement, and investigate traffic collisions. The Uniform Patrol Division is also responsible for the highly trained K-9 unit that is certified in drug and explosive detection. They are also utilized for searches of suspects and missing persons.

How to get police assistance?

For all emergencies and non-emergencies call 911.

Can a crime be reported anonymously?

Yes – Submit a crime tip from this website https://www.claytonpolice.com/crime-center/crime-tips/

How to file a police report by phone?

You can call one of the following locations to file a report phone:

1. Sector 1 – 770-603-4070
2. Sector 2 – 770-473-5724
3. Sector 3 – 770-347-0260
4. Sector 4 – 770- 347-0145

Where can I pick up a copy of a police report?
  • In Person – Police Headquarters – 7911 N. McDonough St., Jonesboro, GA 30236

  • By mail – Send $2.00 (cashier’s check or money order payable to the Clayton County Police Department) along with the case number, your full name, and a self-addressed stamped envelope to:

    Clayton County Police Department
    ATTN- Records Unit
    7911 N. McDonough St.
    Jonesboro, GA 30236

Where can I pick up a copy of an accident report?
  • In Person – Police Headquarters – 7911 N. McDonough St., Jonesboro, GA

  • On-line – www.buycrash.com
Who is my Sector Commander?