Topic of the month: What to expect if you get pulled over

Our city is recognized through out the metro Atlanta area for the professionalism and dedication of our officers.

Chief's Message

As the changes of seasons and holidays come and go our enduring value statement and mission focus stands. A new year brings the opportunity to look where we have been and where we are going as a hometown police force. Our thanks to those in the community who continue to provide us support and healthy and constructive recommendations to improve service but never compromising the safety of our community.

The Mission of the Doraville Police Department is to provide quality services, foster growth, and develop a vibrant community for our residents and businesses.
High 5K!

High 5K!

Hightower Elementary “High 5” 5K road race held on May 17, 2014 on Tilly Mill Rd and neighborhoods surrounding the school

"Santa Cop" Program Pairs Police, Less-Fortunate Children

"Santa Cop" Program Pairs Police, Less-Fortunate Children

The Doraville Police Department gets into the spirit of giving by taking part in Santa Cop. 

News releases

Thanksgiving Message from Mayor Donna Pittman

Thanksgiving Message from Mayor Donna Pittman

Thanksgiving is about much more than just giving thanks: It’s about becoming aware of the bounty of blessings and beauty that life offers us. 

Holiday 5K Toys for Tots

Holiday 5K Toys for Tots

The objectives of Toys for Tots are to help less fortunate children throughout the United States experience the joy of Christmas; to play an active role in the development of one of our nation’s most valuable resources – our children; to unite all members of local communities in a common cause for three months each year during the annual toy collection and distribution campaign; and to contribute to better communities in the future.

GM Redevelopment Updates

GM Redevelopment Updates

Integral-Macauley + Schmit (IMS) underwent a national search for the development’s master planner. IMS selected Perkins Eastman, a New York-based, nationally renowned planning and architecture firm, to design the redevelopment. Planning is expected to take 2-3 months. Once finished, the plan will be submitted to Mayor/ Council for review.

National Preparedness Month starts September 1!

National Preparedness Month starts September 1!

National Preparedness Month starts September 1! Follow #NatlPrep for tips. More info:www.ready.gov/september

Family hopes for arrest 9 years after fatal Stone Mountain robbery

It’s been nine years and still nothing on the shooting death of former Doraville police officer Anita Redmond, who was working a part-time job collecting $8 admission fees at the west gate into Stone Mountain Park when she was killed.