The Glynn County Police Department is a full service progressive law enforcement agency with a strength of 122 officers. We serve over 80,000 residents, and several thousand visitors, of Glynn County and the Golden Isles of Georgia. The men and women of the Glynn County Police Department strive to provide the best possible law enforcement and public safety quality of life services to our community.

The mission of the Glynn County Police Department is to work in partnership with the community, as well as county, city and state agencies and departments, to support a safe environment and to reduce crime and the fear of crime.

It is our vision to be recognized as a premier police department through the utilization of innovative and progressive policing strategies resulting in a safer community for all to enjoy.


Professionalism — We are proud of our profession and will ensure that our staff is dedicated, highly trained and capable of handling the daily demands of the law enforcement profession.

Openness and Honesty — We are truthful and open in our interactions with each other and with members of our community.

Loyalty — We will show allegiance to ourselves, our department, Glynn County, and our community to ensure the safety of our citizens.

Integrity — We are guided by the fundamental concept of fairness in everything we do in our personal and professional lives.

Community — We foster collaboration between our employees and the community in order to achieve shared goals and objectives.

Esteem — We value ourselves, each other, and all members of our community regardless of age, race, gender, appearance, individual beliefs, or lifestyles, always showing understanding and appreciation for our similarities and our differences.

Private Property Motor Vehicle Accidents

You must never leave the scene of an accident prior to exchanging information with others involved, whether they are another driver or the owner of property. If you are involved in an accident, you are required to provide certain information to the other parties involved. Likewise, other motorists, passengers, or pedestrians involved in the accident are required to provide you with similar information. This information includes:

· Name, address and contact telephone number.

· Driver’s license number.

· License plate and VIN of the vehicles involved.

· Auto insurance information for the vehicles involved, to include insurance company name, policy number, and name of insured.

If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident on private property (off roadway), you need to fill out a SR-13 form and turn it in to your insurance company. This form can either be downloaded here or a printed copy can be picked up at the following locations:

Glynn County Police Department Headquarters

157 Public Safety Blvd

Brunswick, GA 31525

Glynn County Police Department Islands Substation

1965 Demere Road

St. Simons Island, GA 31522

We Are Now Hiring For:

Police Officers (full-time sworn)
Community Service Officers (part-time civilian)

See detailed job information on the Administrative Division page. All applications for employment must be submitted to the Glynn County Human Resources Department either online or in person: 1725 Reynolds Street, Brunswick, GA 31520
We're Hiring

Glynn County Police Management Study

The number one goal in the County’s Strategic Plan is a “Safe Community”. The Glynn County Police Department has a large role in the County’s effort to ensure that our community is safe for our citizens and visitors. In an effort to meet the objectives for a safe Community that are outlined in the Strategic Plan and to prepare the Department for the growth that is taking place in an expanded population and increased level of visitors a comprehensive operations and management study of the Glynn County Police Department was conducted by the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP). The completed full study and supplement can be viewed at the links below.

IACP Operations and Management Study

IACP Supplement Information

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