Wednesday, July 29, 2015

WRPD Gives Back on Miracle Treat Day

Release date: July 28, 2015
Event: WRPD Gives Back on Miracle Treat Day
Date/Time of Event: July 30, 2015/ 12PM-3PM
Location: Dairy Queen, Watson Boulevard 


In recognition of Miracle Treat Day, Chief Brett Evans will be helping out at Dairy Queen on Watson Boulevard from 2PM-3PM serving up cool treats to those helping raising money for the Children’s Miracle Network. 

The Warner Robins Police Department will also be partnering with Flint Energies to raise money for the Children’s Hospital with “Traffic Stops for Blizzards”. Officers may pull you over tomorrow, and instead of handing out tickets they’ll hand out Dairy Queen Blizzards. It’s all in an effort to help raise money on Miracle Treat Day. 


Please join us for this great cause!

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

15 Spaces Left in Citizen Police Academy Class

The Warner Robins Police Department still has 15 spaces left in the Fall 2015 Citizen Police Academy. The Academy is a 12 week program that gives participants an opportunity to gain a better understanding of the responsibilities and challenges police officers face. 

The class is free, and participants will learn about several areas of law enforcement such as the hiring process, investigation divisions, SWAT team, and use of force and firearms. 

Participants will also get to experience some of the training associated with police work, and even get the chance to ride along with a patrol officer.  You do not have to be a citizen of Warner Robins to be in the Citizen Police Academy. 

The Academy will be on Thursday evenings from 6PM-8PM beginning August 20 through November 5th. The Warner Robins Police Department Training Center located at 212 Stalnaker Avenue, Warner Robins will host the event. 

To sign up for the Fall Citizen Police Academy visit our website at http://wrpolice.org/resouces.htm


For more information contact Public Information Officer Jennifer Parson at 478.302.5417.

Monday, July 27, 2015

Little League Regional Tournament Guidelines

Release date: July 27, 2015
Event: Little League SE Region Tournaments
Date/Time of Event: July 30, 2015—August 13, 2015
Location: 439 Snellgrove Drive and surrounding areas 


The Little League Softball and Baseball Southeastern Regional Tournaments will be going on from July 30, 2015-August 13, 2015. 

Here are a few things the public should be aware of during the tournament:

Snellgrove Road from Cohen Walker Parkway to Hunt Road will be CLOSED to public access. 

No coolers are allowed inside the venue. NO WEAPONS of any kind are allowed on the property. No alcoholic beverages are allowed on the property. No smoking is allowed inside the stadium. 

Parking is allowed in designated areas only. 


ALL persons, bags and vehicles entering the venue are subject to screening by Law Enforcement personnel. 

Thursday, July 2, 2015

What To Know About the New Fireworks Law

In reference to HB 110, or the new fireworks law, we think it’s important to let our residents know how this affects Warner Robins and the rest of the state. 

As of July 1, 2015 it is legal to shoot fireworks between the hours of 10AM and midnight everyday. On July 3rd, July 4th, December 31st and January 1st the curfew extends from midnight to 2AM.

Fireworks may not be discharged within 100 yards of a nuclear plant or a business which sells or refines gasoline products. Also, fireworks may not be discharged indoors or near schools. 


Also it’s important to note that the new state law preempts local city ordinances, which means that the new fireworks law overrides the city’s noise ordinance. 

Unless fireworks are being discharged within the areas mentioned above or after midnight everyday of the year (2AM on July 3rd, July 4th, December 31st or January 1st) we cannot prevent people from shooting off fireworks during the allowed time frame. 


Please remember to use caution and stay safe this holiday weekend. 

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

HCSO Juvenile Division Investigates Decease Child Case

Wednesday, officers responded to a call in the 100 block of Delaware Avenue in reference to a deceased three month old child at approximately 8:15AM. 

The investigation has been turned over to the Houston County Juvenile Division, and an autopsy has been scheduled. 


Additional details on this case will not be available until the autopsy results are in, and will come from the Houston County Sheriff’s Office.