The Patrol Division of the City of Fulton Police Department is comprised of three platoons, each consisting of one Lieutenant, one Sergeant and 6 to 7 patrol officers. The patrol division is responsible for everything from proactively patroling city streets and enforcing parking and traffic laws, to answering 911 calls for routine nuisance type complaints to serious property crimes and violent crimes.
Criminal Investigative Division
The City of Fulton Police Department's Criminal Investigative Division is comprised on one Lieutenant and three Investigators. CID is responsible for investigating the more in depth and time consuming investigations including financial crimes, sexual abuses, drug investigations and the like.
Specialized Services - See the Links to the Left for More Details.
School Resource Officer (SRO) - The City of Fulton Police Department has a School Resource Officer, Officer Jeremy Hutchinson, who works out of an office at G. Ray Bodley High School. The purpose of the SRO is to enhance safety and security of students and staff. The SRO is also available to consult with students and staff on crime and safety matters. The SRO will also take crime reports, monitor the overall G. Ray Bodley campus and enforce laws. The SRO is a member of the Patrol Division and is assigned to Patrol when school is not in session.
DARE Officer - For several years the Fulton Police Department has provide the DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program to fifth graders in Fulton's elementary schools. DARE is a national drug awareness program. Currently our DARE Officer is Sophia Graves. Officer Graves is a member of the Patrol Division and is assigned to the Patrol Division when school is not in session.
Canine - Currently the Police Department has canine Meki who is handled by Ofc. Jarrett Marino. The canine is trained in tracking and narcotics detection.
Animal Control - Animal Control Officer Paul Cooper is responsible for handling various animal related complaints.