The Cobb County Police Department is a professional law enforcement organization that strives for the highest standard of excellence. The men and women of this department recognize the inherent worth of all people while also being alert to issues that may impact our communities. Our actions and relationship with the community are guided by an internal sense of honesty and accountability. We work daily to show honor, integrity, courage, commitment, respect and professionalism to all people.
The Cobb County Police Department is known throughout the Southeast for our commitment to professionalism, public trust, and excellence in performance. Our training program surpasses all requirements mandated by state regulations and delivers high credentials that our personnel are known for around the country.
The Cobb County Police Department offers two programs for young men and women: the Police Athletic League (PAL) and Explorer Program.
Cobb Police Athletic League (PAL) is a charitable non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of young people ages 4-15. Cobb PAL focuses on juvenile crime prevention through athletic and recreational activities for Cobb County’s high-risk neighborhoods.
The goals of the Cobb County Police Explorers program are to educate youth in police operations, to interest them in a possible career in law enforcement, and to build confidence and valuable leadership skills for the future.
"50 States 50 Lawns Tour" - Cobb Police Participate Locally
The Cobb County Police Community Affairs Unit recently spent time in Mableton assisting Rodney Smith Jr.