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Henry County Police Department | Henry County, GA

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108 S. Zack Hinton Pkwy
McDonough, GA 30253
Tel: (770) 288-8200

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Internal Affairs Division

The Internal Affairs Division is responsible for investigating allegations of employee misconduct, originating internally as well as from outside sources or citizen complaints. They ensure compliance with the departmentís rules and regulations and investigate allegations of infractions of policy, state and federal law, and the Constitution of the United States on the part of employees. Their investigations are assigned by the Chief of Police or Deputy Chief of Police. This is to ensure investigative action when members conduct themselves improperly while also protecting members from unwarranted complaints pursuant to discharge of official duties. Investigations are conducted in a fair and impartial manner and all employees and witnesses are treated with consideration and respect.

The Internal Affairs Division is also responsible for Recruitment and Open Records requests.

The Internal Affairs Division is compromised of the following personnel:

Lieutenant Joseph Smith
Division Commander/Public Information Officer
770-288-8206

Sergeant William Powell
Internal Affairs/Recruiting
770-288-8205

Officer Roger Pike
Background Investigations
770-288-8334

Carolyn McKelvy
Open Records/Administrative
770-288-8205

 

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Last updated: Thursday July 03 2014