Deputy Chief Robert W. Bryan, Interim Chief
Statesboro Police Department
25 West Grady Street
Statesboro, Georgia 30458
On 1/1/17 the Statesboro Police Department, with the help of Capstone Technology Solutions, launched a new website, www.StatesboroPD.com, in order to offer faster, more convenient services to the residents and visitors of Statesboro.
The Statesboro Police Department has begun utilizing online reporting, where anyone can complete an incident report for certain types of incidents from any computer or mobile device. These reports are reviewed by our personnel. Also, incident and accident reports are available to print from the website to any computer through “Accident Report Search” and “Event Search.” All incidents are available to be viewed on the “Daily Bulletin” once they have been approved.
The new website also has an integrated crime map. This interactive map enables residents, visitors, and future residents to see what types of incidents have occurred throughout the city up to 6 months ago. The crime map has a customizable filter that can change the date range and incident types that show on the map.
Another useful feature is “ReportIt.” “ReportIt” is a free online system that will keep track of personal property. “ReportIt” allows users to record serial numbers and upload images of valuables. Should those items ever be stolen, this will help the Statesboro Police Department tremendously in solving the case. “ReportIt” is a part of LeadsOnline, which is an investigative tool already being utilized by the Statesboro Police Department.
Residents can also now request a “House Watch” online, where officers on patrol will check your house while you are on vacation or if you have been the victim of a crime. Also, a new “Community Calendar” will have information on upcoming community events. The “News” section contains press releases, blogs, and the Statesboro Police Department’s Twitter feed. Updated information about the department and recruiting can also be found on the website.
There are several ways to contact the Statesboro Police Department through the new website. The “Contact Us” allows for a message to be sent to the appropriate personnel for a quick response. However, anyone can submit a tip through TipSoft if they want to remain anonymous. These are for non-emergency situations only. For emergencies, 911 should always be used.
In the near future, the Statesboro Police Department will be adding a kiosk in the front lobby of the building for public access. This kiosk will allow anyone to access and use any of the website’s features free of charge, including printing of reports.
Look for more updates and information in the future at www.StatesboroPD.com
Media inquiries for this incident should be directed to:
Sergeant Jake Saxon