The Glynn County Police Department is a full service progressive law enforcement agency with a strength of 116 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.

P.A.C.T. Community Meeting - December

The employees of the Glynn County Police Department would like to wish you a Merry Christmas, and a safe and happy holiday season. Because this is a busy time of the year for the citizens of Glynn County, we will not be holding a December P.A.C.T. Community Meeting. We will resume our monthly meetings in January 2017. Hope to see you there.

P.A.C.T. Community Meeting - January


Vehicle Accident Prevention

Vehicle Accidents - Following Too Closely is the # 1 cause. In 2009 County Police investigated 1,713 roadway crashes of which 1,405 (82%) were rear-end collisions. Of these, 526 (30%) were drivers following too closely.

Please do your part and stay apart two seconds or more.

The Two Seconds-Too Close Rule does prevent accidents. When the rear bumper of the vehicle in front of you passes a fixed object, such as a reflector in the center lane, a sign, etc., count "one-thousand-one, one-thousand-two," if your front bumper arrives at the same location at or within two seconds, your following two seconds-too close. Please help keep our roads safe.