Message from Chief of Lake Park Police, Georgia
Thank you for visiting Lake Park Police website. This website is a tool for us to use to reach out to the community and provide a means for communication between the Lake Park Police Department and the citizens of Lake Park.
Southern policing at it’s best, located just off of exit 5 on I-75. The Lake Park Police Department is the Gateway of the South located in the most southern hemisphere of the Stage of Georgia. The City of Lake Park was originally known as Twin Lakes and was officially formed and dubbed as “Lake Park” in 1890. Law Enforcement has come along way from the horse and buggy to high speed police vehicles which are equipped with speed detective devices and other specialized emergency equipment.
The department currently has an authorized strength of eight sworn officers which consist of four full time officers and four auxiliary law enforcement officers providing law enforcement services to a bedroom community of under 600 citizens. Due to our size, we are able to give specialized attention to our citizens. This is community policing at it’s best resulting in low crime rate. Chief James Breletic welcomes everyone to the City of Lake Park Georgia.
City of Lake Park Police Council Meetings
[1st Tuesday of the Month at City Hall 7:30pm EST]
To best serve the citizens of Lake Park Georgia, Chief Breletic has made a link to the council meetings that are conducted. For your education in city counsel decisions, we ask you to click on the links below. Chief Breletic welcomes all citizens and neighbors to attend the 1st Tuesday of every Month 7:30pm EST at Lake Park City Hall 120 North Essa Street, Lake Park, Georgia 31636. Visit CityofLakeParkGA.com for a complete list of dates for council meetings, municipal court, and other city events.