Public Safety

Patrol Division
Criminal Investigation Division
Fire Prevention, Education & Code Enforcement
Office of Professional Standards and Training

The Bainbridge Public Safety Department is responsible for the protection of the lives and property of the citizens of Bainbridge and employs the public safety concept in fulfilling this responsibility. The public safety concept is the consolidation of police and fire, with the Director being both the Police Chief and the Fire Chief.  The public safety concept requires all members of the department to be cross-trained and cross-certified in police services as well as fire services.
 
Bainbridge Public Safety has two stations:
Headquarters - 510 East Louise Street
Station 1 - Spring Creek Road
 
Station 1 serves as a substation to Headquarters.  This means the station is manned 24 hours a day and citizens can file reports and have questions answered.
 
Do you have something positive to say about one of our officers? We'd like to hear that too! To compliment a member of Bainbridge Public Safety, click here.
 
Crime Tips
Click here to submit an anonymous crime tip to Bainbridge Public Safety.
 
Complaints Against Officers
It is the policy of Bainbridge Public Safety to foster confidence from the citizens of Bainbridge and maintain high professional standards. To file a complaint against an officer, you may contact Deputy Director Frank Green at 248-2038 or click here. 
 
 

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