Albany, Georgia Information

Albany is located in Dougherty County and as of the 2010 census, the city had an estimated 77,434 residents. The 2016 estimated population is 73,801.

The current Mayor of Albany is Dorothy Hubbard, who took office in 2012. She was the first woman Mayor in Albany. The Mayor has taken an active role in the community and works to provide the residents of Albany with a place they are proud to call home.

Contact Mayor Hubbard:

Phone Number: (229) 431-2161

Albany, Georgia has a higher crime rate than most cities in Georgia and the US. As of December 2017, there were 383 registered sex offenders living in Albany. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 202 to 1.

Albany, Georgia Police Station Information

The crime rate in Albany, Georgia is quite high. In fact, Albany’s crime ranks 113% higher than the current national average. For every 100,000 people in Albany, there are approximately 16.56 crimes committed daily. Residents have a 1 in 17 chance of being a victim of a crime. The number of total year by year crimes has decreased by 3%.

For every 100,000 people, there have been a reported 6,045 crimes in Albany. The average number of reported crimes in Georgia is 3,402 and 2,837 nationally per 100,000 people. Per 100,000 people, there are 21.5 murders, 37.7 rapes, 274.5 robberies, 840.8 assaults, 1,194.7 burglaries, 3,477.7 thefts, and 197.58 vehicle thefts.

Albany, GA is rated an F when it comes to crime and safety. The crime rate in Albany is 78% higher than the crime rate in Georgia. Albany has a violent crime rate that is 195% higher than the Georgia average and 204% over the national average. Overall, Albany is only 2% safer than other cities in the US.

The current Chief of Police for the Albany Police Department is Michael J. Persley. He was promoted to the position in May of 2015. Prior to becoming the Chief of Police, Persley was employed with the Albany Police Department for 21 years and held multiple positions in the department. The mission of the Albany Police Department is to protect the residents in Albany and prevent crime.

Albany Police Department Address:

201 West Oglethorpe Blvd.
Albany, GA 31702

Phone Number: (229) 431-2100

The Albany Police Department uses the Dougherty County Jail, which is run and operated via the Dougherty County Sheriff’s Office. You can reach them at (229) 431-3259.

Albany Police Department Additional Information

Address 1: 201 West Oglethorpe Blvd.
City: Albany
State: GA
Zip Code: 31702
County: Dougherty County
Phone #: (229) 431-2100

Additional Information:

Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 90000
Number of Officers: 206

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Open Records Request in Albany, Georgia

Albany has a Board of Commissioners and the Board collectively works together to promote a better city and make life for residents as wonderful as possible. The City Commissioners have come up with a list of priorities for themselves and the Mayor of Albany. Some of the priorities include asset management and infrastructure, safe, sustainable, and business friendly city, effective and excellent service delivery, and economic development and jobs.

All open records requests for public information should be submitted to the Open Records Officer.

Contact Open Records Officer:

Phone Number: (229) 431-3206

Email: NDavis2@albany.ga.us

County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Albany, Georgia

All warrants are issued, carried out, and maintained by the Dougherty County Sheriff’s Office. For information about current warrants or to inquire about the status of a warrant, contact the Dougherty County Sheriff’s Office at (229) 431-3259.

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