Milton is a safe city thanks to the diligence of our community to report issues and problems. Now, you have an even easier way to connect to your police department: Milton Police and Citizens Together (MPACT) officers.
Every citizen, neighborhood and business now has an officer assigned to provide a direct line of contact for non-emergency concerns and questions. To kick off the MPACT program and introduce each officer, Milton Police invite you to join us for coffee:
April 13: 7-9 a.m. at Starbucks at Bethany Bend (2955 Bethany Bend)
May 18: 7-9 a.m. at Mugs on Milton in Crabapple (12670 Crabapple Road)
June 15: 7-9 a.m. at Wilbur & Rudy's Farmtable (850 Hickory Flat Road)
July 13: 7-9 a.m. at Bethwell Community Center (2695 Hopewell Road)
Your MPACT officer is YOUR point of contact for any issues or requests that you, your community or your business may have such as a neighborhood watch, law enforcement education or quality of life issues. We have divided the city into sixteen geographic areas, with one officer assigned to each area. To find out who your MPACT officer is, go to www.cityofmiltonga.us/government/police/mpact and simply enter your home or business address in Milton.
Please continue to call 911 to report crimes in progress or suspicious activity. For non-emergencies, call 678.297.6300 ext. 1.