Police Department

BPD Patch

104 Church Street / PO Box 6, Brooklet Georgia 

Office:  (912) 842-9911

If you are witnessing a crime in progress or are experiencing an emergency,
please dial 911.

For Non-Emergency calls:  (912) 764-8888


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The Brooklet Police Department is a fully P.O.S.T. Certified Agency.
The Brooklet Police Department serves the citizens of the City Limits.  


City of Brooklet Police Department Mission Statement

It is the mission of the Brooklet Police Department to provide fair, impartial, and excellent law enforcement service to our community. To that end, we pledge to pursue the highest level of training and education available and to offer our community the highest level of professionalism to the best of our ability

To obtain a police report in person:
 go to the Brooklet Police Department 104 Church Street
or call: (912) 842-9911

To pay a citation:
 please go to Brooklet City Hall at 104 Church Street, Brooklet, GA 30415.

Online payments are available for TRAFFIC Citations: 
Pay Traffic Citations Here

Phone Payment for Traffic Citations are available by calling 855-375-9369 



Contact Info

Gary M. Roberts
Chief of Police
104 Church Street/PO Box 6, Brooklet, Georgia 30415

Lisa Tollison
Police Records / Court Clerk

Brooklet City Hall
104 Church Street/PO Box 67, Brooklet, GA 30415

Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I pay a traffic ticket?

Traffic citations are paid at Brooklet City Hall, 104 Church Street

Pay online at: https://townofbrooklet.qpaybill.com/Start.aspx

Or, you can pay by phone: 855-375-9369

Where do I pay a Parking Ticket?

Parking tickets are paid at City Hall, 104 Church Street, Brooklet GA 30415

I am going on vacation. How do I let the police know I will be away?

Fill out a House Check Request Form found on this page. Officers will periodically check your business or residence while you are away.

Can I ride a Golf Cart or other Personal Vehicle in Brooklet?

Golf Carts are legal on the city streets in Brooklet, provided they meet the following:   "Any motor vehicle: (i) with a minimum of four wheels; (ii) capable of a maximum level ground speed of less than 20 mph; (iii) with a maximum gross vehicle unladen or empty weight of 1,375 pounds; and (iv) capable of transporting not more than eight persons.

Operators must have a valid driver's license on their person.

Operators must abide by the same rules of the road as other drivers.

For more information, see City Ordinance Chapter 46, ARTICLE II. - PERSONAL TRANSPORTATION VEHICLES

How do I apply to be a police officer in Brooklet

We are currently only accepting POST Certified police officer applications. If you are POST Certified, you may apply by filling out an APPLICATION and bringing it in person to the Brooklet Police Department. If your application is accepted, you will be contacted for an interview.