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City of Milton Police Department

City of Milton Police Department

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Emergency: 911
Non-Emergency: 678.297.6300, Option No. 1
Administrative/Follow Up/Questions: 678.242.2570

Welcome to the Milton Police Department Web site, We hope that you find it helpful. It is designed to give you pertinent and up-to-date information about your police agency.

Since the Milton Police Department began serving the citizens of Milton on May 1, 2007, it has grown to an authorized strength of 39 officers who come from diverse backgrounds and possess a wide range of knowledge and experience. These officers chose to serve in Milton for different reasons: Many for the excitement of a new city, a few because they grew up in Milton and others because they love the character and people of the city. Regardless of the reason each officer chose Milton, he or she proudly provides police services to the citizens and visitors alike.

I am committed to providing a professional and proactive police department to serve the city. Officers are encouraged to continually improve themselves and the way they interact with the community. It is my goal that through problem-oriented policing and increased community ties the department will continue to provide the safest environment for all who live, work and travel through the City of Milton.

This department is staffed with exceptional men and women who are led to provide the highest level of service possible to the community. This is accomplished through practicing the core values of our agency: People first, service, creativity, initiative and problem-solving.

The police department strives to be an open and integral asset to the community. I encourage anyone who is interested in becoming more familiar with our department and our personnel to contact us. Moving forward, I am committed to continually improving this department and the role it plays within our community and will always welcome citizen ideas and input.

- Police Chief Steven Krokoff

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the Milton Police Department located?

We are located at 13000 Deerfield Parkway, Suite 107F. Our administrative offices are open from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. The office phone number is 678.242.2570.

How can I contact the police for help?

Always call 911 for emergency. For non-emergency calls that require police presence, call 678.297.6300, Option 1. You may also call the Police Department administrative offices at 678.242.2570.

How can I obtain a copy of my police report?

Reports are usually completed within five business days. You may pick up a copy of your report at the Police Department (address listed above), or you may request an email or fax copy. For more information, call 678.242.2606.

Is there a cost for police reports?

Accident reports have no cost. For all other records requests, there is no charge until the paper report reaches 50 pages, or $5. There is no charge for video requests.

How can I speak to the detective/investigator assigned to my case?

Call 678.242.2570.

Do you do background checks? And, how much do they cost?

Yes, we do background checks. You will need to fill out a form at the police department and present a valid government-issued ID. Background checks cover the entire state of Georgia and are ready for pick up in one to three business days. The cost is $20.

Can I get my fingerprints done at the Police Department?

Yes; however, fingerprinting is available by appointment only. Please contact 678.242.2570 to schedule an appointment. The cost is $30 for the first card and $5 for each additional card.

Can I get a Temporary Protective Order (TPO) at the police department?

We do not issue TPOs. These are issued by the local sheriff's office where the individual you are filing against resides. 

If the Police Department has my vehicle towed, where can I find it?

The Milton Police Department contracts with United Towing service. They are located at 1160 Tidwell Road in Alpharetta. You may contact them via phone at 770.751.0581 or via e-mail at unitedtowing16@yahoo.com.

Is it possible to get an extra patrol while away on vacation?

Yes. Please call 678.242.2570 or e-mail pdinfo@cityofmiltonga.us to submit a request.

Who do I call about a traffic complaint?

Call 678.242.2570, and we will see that your concern is addressed.

How do I deal with an animal that has been hurt or endangered?
  • If you see a loose dog or other animal, contact the owner if known. If you don't know who owns the animal, contact Fulton County Animal Services at 404.794.0358.
  • Keep children inside. Wait for Animal Services to catch the animal before going outside.
  • Do not pick up or touch injured animals. A bite from an animal may necessitate medical treatment for the injury and shots for rabies. This is especially true if the animal runs away before it can be caught and tested.
  • If you know the animal and it is familiar with you, try to contain it to a fenced yard but avoid pulling on it. If you injure it, it may bite you.
Is it legal for people to solicit in Milton?

Yes, however, they are required to have a permit issued from the city. They must have the permit on them at all times.

Can they solicit at any time?

No. The hours for solititing are Monday-Saturday between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.

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