The City has been divided into four operational zones. Each zone is commanded by an Officer, who has the responsibility for the coordination of all crime prevention efforts and enforcement activities in the zone. The officer also serves as a liaison between the residents and business owners within the zones and the police department.
One officer has been assigned to each specific zone because we believe that this will help instill a greater sense of ownership and responsibility in the officers while at the same time making it easier for you to get to know the officers working in your area.
Zone 1 includes Harmony on the Lakes, Holly Commons, Businesses at Highway 140 and East Cherokee Drive, and Hickory Rd. east of New Light Rd. to the city limits.
Zone 2 includes Morgan Rd., Hickory Rd. from Palm Street to New Light Road. And from Highway 5 to Pinecrest Rd. to Univeter Rd.
Zone 3 includes Highway 5 south from Hickory Rd. on the east side of Highway 5, Palm St. and the Publix Shopping Center.
Zone 4 includes all areas west of Highway 5 from Ash St. to Sixes Rd.
We invite all residents and business owners in Holly Springs to join the T.R.A.C.E. program and become a team member. For more information please contact (770) 345-5537.
After spending 30 years in this business of Law Enforcement, one of my proudest moments has been my appointment as your Chief of Police. On April 1st of 2005, when I was sworn in, my commitment to every Citizen of Holly Springs was to serve to the very best of my ability. I have always maintained we will provide the most effective, efficient, and professional service possible.
My goal with the T.R.A.C.E. Program is to ensure one of the lowest crime rates in the Metro Atlanta area as the region continues to grow. As the T.R.A.C.E. Program develops I believe we will build many partnerships in Holly Springs to secure even lower crime rates.
I am confident the Holly Springs T.R.A.C.E. Program will yield many positive results for our community and will maintain this safe environment for every citizen and business owner. Additionally our goals will also include addressing any “quality of life issues” affecting our community.
I personally encourage you, our customer, to work with us and join this “team effort” so that we may better serve you in addressing your needs, issues, and concerns. Your input, partnership, and feedback are critical to our operations and ultimately our success.
Chief of Police