Baldwin, Georgia Information

Baldwin is a smaller city located in both Banks County and Habersham County. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 3,279. The 2016 population estimate is 3,304 residents.

The current Mayor of Baldwin is Jerry Neace. He entered his first term on January 7th, 2010. Underneath Mayor Neace are a total of 5 City Council Members.

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As of January 2018, there are a total of 6 registered sex offenders living in Baldwin, GA. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 548 to 1.

Baldwin, Georgia Police Station Information

Compared to the national US crime rate average, Baldwin is 23% lower. For every 100,000 people, there are approximately 6 crimes that occur daily in the city. As a resident in Baldwin, you have a 1 in 46 chance of becoming a victim of a crime. The total year over year crime rate for Baldwin has increased by about 15% overall.

Baldwin is rated a B+ for crime and safety and is safer than 49% of the cities in the US. Per 100,000 people, the yearly reported crimes for Baldwin are 2,190, which is lower than the Georgia average of 3,402 and the national average of 2,837.

Of those 2,190 crimes reported, there were approximately 60.8 rapes, 152.1 assaults, 730.1 burglaries, 1,216.9 thefts, and 30.4 vehicle thefts.

The city is protected and served by the Baldwin Police Department who is committed to serving each one of the citizens and providing them with a community that is safe to live and work in. Each one of the officers and staff members are committed to making sure that all laws are upheld with the utmost respect and professionalism. The current Chief of Police is Charles Webb and the Assistant Chief is Shawn Gragg.

Baldwin Police Department Address:

155 Willingham Ave.
Baldwin, GA 30511-2067

Phone Number: (706) 776-5256

Since Baldwin falls in two different counties, the Baldwin Police Department utilizes both the Banks County Jail, which is maintained and operated by the Banks County Sheriff’s Office and the Habersham County Detention Center, which is maintained and operated by the Habersham County Sheriff’s Office.

The Banks County Jail is a minimum, medium, and maximum security jail that houses both male and female inmates. The jail was originally built in 2004 and houses 60 local and state inmates. To contact the Banks County Jail, call (706) 677-2248.

The Habersham County Detention Center houses inmates who have been sentenced to one year or less and inmates who are awaiting their trials. To contact the Habersham County Detention Center, call (706) 839-0500.

Baldwin Police Department Additional Information

Address 1: 155 Willingham Ave.
City: Baldwin
State: GA
Zip Code: 30511-2067
County: Banks County and Habersham County
Phone #: 706-776-5256
Fax #: 706-776-8125

Additional Information:

Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 2200
Number of Officers: 7

Baldwin Police Department:

Baldwin, Georgia City Website:

Banks County Sheriff’s Office:

Habersham County Sheriff’s Office:

Open Records Request in Baldwin, Georgia

Baldwin, Georgia has a City Hall Department that is dedicated to making sure that the local municipal government acts and functions in a way that is productive for the city and that it keeps the city’s residents best interests in mind. The City Hall is in charge of a variety of administrative functions to include utility billing, City Manager, accounts payable and receivable, elections, code enforcement, and more.

Contact Baldwin City Hall:

Phone Number: (706) 778-6341

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

All warrants are issued, maintained, and serviced by either the Bank’s County Sheriff’s Office or the Habersham County Sheriff’s Office for the entire respective county and for the city of Baldwin. For information about warrants or to inquire about an active warrant, contact the Bank’s County Sheriff’s Office at (706) 677-2248 or the Habersham County Sheriff’s Office at (706) 839-0500.

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