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There are times when you need a report, form or registration information related to the Sandy Springs Police Department. Below are the most frequently asked for documents and instructions on how to obtain.  

 False Alarm Ordinance

The main intent of the False Alarm Ordinance is to hold the alarm companies and their customers more accountable for false alarms, reducing the number of unnecessary police and fire responses.  Under the City's False Alarm Ordinance, alarm companies working with customers located within the City of Sandy Springs must be registered with the City.  In addition, the Alarm Company must complete an alarm permit registration application for each of its customers.

Companies which monitor alarm systems, but do not install alarm equipment are considered Alarm Companies and must register its customers in accordance to the Alarm Ordinance. 

Click here for additional information related to the policy and its implementation.

Traffic Accident, Incident and Driver History Reports

You can obtain traffic accident reports and incidents reports online and avoid a visit the Sandy Springs Police Headquarters.

Vehicle Release

Learn how to retrieve an impounded vehicle.

Property/Evidence Retrieval

Learn how to retrieve personal property held by us.

Report a Crime and Crime Tips

Report non-emergency crimes online.

Criminal History Reports

Learn how to obtain a copy of your drivers history report.

Off-Duty Officer Requests

Learn how to hire an off-duty officer to help with crowd control and security at your next party or event.

Home Vacation Checks

Vacation house check services are offered at no charge to Sandy Springs residents.

Pouring Permits

Learn who in Sandy Springs needs a pouring permit and how to obtain one.

Vacation - Home Check Requests

Learn how to obtain a home check while away from your home on vacation.

Sandy Springs Police Benevolent Fund

Anon-profit 501(c) (3) charitable organization that was founded to foster and enhance the quality of life for the members of the City of Sandy Springs Police and Fire Departments and other local public safety organizations. 

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