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No, at the time the Cleveland Police Department does not conduct background checks for personal reasons, such as new employment requirement.
No, at the time the Cleveland Police Department does not conduct fingerprinting for personal reasons, such as new employment requirement.
Cleveland Police Department serves the community within the city limits of Cleveland.
Officers of the police department patrol the streets 24 hours a day 7 days a week, but the administrative offices are open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm, except for holidays.
It's strongly suggested you call to arrange pickup first. Come to the Police Department between 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, and the Evidence Custodian will be notified.
Any arrangements for pick up outside of normal business hours will need to be pre-arranged with the Evidence Custodian
Contact the Police Department at 706-348-7078 to ensure your property is available for retrieval, the proper paperwork has been completed and to set up an appointment to retrieve it.
From GPSTC Website - "Employees and Pre-Service candidates must meet the requirements of Georgia Code 35-8-8 which includes at a minimum: eighteen (18) years of age; possess a High School diploma or equivalent and a valid driver's license". See http://www.gapost.org/3588.htm
The Georgia Public Safety Training Center (GPSTC) has a great deal of information on their website about becoming a certified officer in Georgia:
In addition, the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council (POST) provide detailed information on their website at http://www.gapost.org/.
POST is the State agency responsible for establishing certification standards and issuing officer certifications
The Cleveland Police Department takes allegations of employee misconduct very seriously. Employees, who are determined to be guilty of misconduct, are subject to disciplinary action in the form of reprimands, suspensions, termination from employment, and/or criminal prosecution. Therefore, it is important that all complainants and witnesses take the allegations of employee misconduct seriously.
Anyone wishing to file a complaint should do so in person. Complaints can be made with any supervisor at the Cleveland Police Department main office.
However, any citizen, who knowingly makes a false allegation in an official inquiry, such as an internal investigation, may be subject to a Grand Jury indictment and criminal prosecution for:
For the above reasons, we wish to encourage that your written or taped statement be as complete and accurate as possible. Please include all the facts concerning the incident being discussed, even if some of the facts may be embarrassing.
We thank you in advance for cooperating in these investigations, and will make every effort to make a fair and impartial finding.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns in regards to the complaint process, please call 706- 348-7078
Yes. While we can’t guarantee the security of your property while you are away, we will make every effort to check your residence while you are away. Please fill out the form Extra Patrol Request on the forms menu.
Accident Report Request
Incident Report Request
Extra Patrol / Vacation Request
Cleveland Police Department Employment Application
85 South Main Street Cleveland, GA 30528
Administrative Line & Report Request: 706-348-7078
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City of Cleveland. 85 S. Main Street Cleveland, Georgia 30528 (706) 865-2017
Cleveland GA: Established in 1857 and incorporated as a town August 18, 1870, Cleveland is the county seat of White County. The old White County courthouse and Museum houses the White County Historical Society. The courthouse, built between 1859 and 1860, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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