Chief Of Police
Captain
Alan Everidge
Police Chief
1207 Washington Street
Perry, GA 31069
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O: (478) 988-2800
alan.everidge@perry-ga.gov
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Police Admin
James Buck
Captain, Support Services Division Commander
1207 Washington Street
Perry, GA 31069
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james.buck@perry-ga.gov
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Heath Dykes
Police Major, Patrol Commander
1207 Washington Street
Perry, GA 31069
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James Jones
Captain, Criminal Investigations Division Commander
1207 Washington Street
Perry, GA 31069
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Our Mission

The Perry Police Department's mission is to provide quality service in partnership with our community which promotes safe and secure neighborhoods.

Because of Perry’s size, officers frequently know the citizens they are assisting by name, either through the church, community, or family relationships. They strive for a grassroots approach, building trust with those they serve. As an organization, we are transparent in all of our interactions with the public.

Contact Us

Emergencies – 911
Police Department – (478) 988-2800
Criminal Investigations Division – (478) 988-2825

  • Stop the Scam Fraud Prevention Training
  • Coffee with a Cop
  • Firearms Safety Training Classes
  • Citizens Police Academy
  • Ride-Along Program
  • Neighborhood Pop Ups
  • Youth Tours & Presentations
  • Records Restriction Day
  • Senior Citizen Firearms Safety Class
  • Perry Police Social Media

Senior Citizen Firearms Safety Class Registration Forms

Completed forms must be turned in to the Perry Police Department at 1207 Washington Street.

Application

Waiver, Release, & Indemnification Agreement

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Become a Perry Police Officer!

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Work With us!

Mandated (certified) | $45,000 – $47,000
Non-Mandated (not certified) | $43,300 – $45,000

After 1 year – 3% pay adjustment and 1% merit increase

Multiple-step increases in pay for previous law enforcement experience, relevant certifications, and education!

Take-home cars if you live in Houston County or a surrounding county.

NEW GEORGIA POST RULE:

Out-of-state, mandated officers can transfer their certification to the State of Georgia while only attending 20-24 hours of new training.

Our Core Values

Our core values makes us "FIRST" in service, professionalism, and results...

Fairness: We treat people impartially, with consideration and compassion. We are equally responsive to our employees and the community we serve.

Integrity: We are committed to the highest performance standards, ethical conduct, honesty, and truthfulness in all relationships. We hold ourselves accountable for our actions and take pride in a professional level of service to all.

Respect: We treat all persons in a dignified manner, and exhibit an understanding of ethnic and cultural diversity, both in our professional and personal endeavors.

Service: We provide quality service in a courteous, efficient, and accessible manner. We focus on customer needs and foster community-oriented policing through problem-solving partnerships with citizens.

Teamwork: We encourage collaboration among our employees. We work in partnership with the community and other agencies to ensure focus and commitment to achieving goals.