Bremen, Georgia Information

Bremen is located within Haralson County and Carroll County. As of the 2010 census, the city had an estimated population of 6,227 residents. The 2016 population estimate suggested that the city’s population is closer to 6,421 residents.

The current Mayor of Bremen is Sharon Sewell who served her first term in 2002 and is in her current term, which she took office in 2014 for. Mayor Sewell serves on a board with three other council members, Kyle Shepherd, Jane Wilson, and W. O. Sonny Parrish.

Contact Mayor Sewell:

Phone Number: (770) 537-2898

Email: ssewell@bellsouth.net

Sex offenders live in almost every city in the nation and it is important that residents know how many live in their city. As of January 2018, there were 30 registered sex offenders living in Bremen. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 207 to 1.

Bremen, Georgia Police Station Information

The overall crime rate in Bremen is 57% higher than the current national average. For every 100,000 people, there are approximately 12.24 crimes committed daily and as a resident, you have a 1 in 23 chance of becoming a victim of any type of crime. While Bremen is rated a D for crime and safety, the city is safer than 25% of other cities in the US. The total year over year crime has increased by about 13%.

Bremen has a total of 4,467 reported crimes per 100,000 people, which is significantly higher than the Georgia average of 3,402 and the national average of 2,837. Of those 4,467 reported crimes, 31.3 were robberies, 219.4 assaults, 454.5 burglaries, 3,605 thefts, and 156.7 vehicle thefts. When it comes to violent crimes, Bremen has a 37% lower average than the violent crime average for Georgia. However, Bremen has a 40% higher property crime rate over the Georgia average.

The Bremen Police Department is tasked with protecting all residents and visitors within the city limits along with their property. The mission of the police department is “To serve and protect through honesty, integrity, and justice throughout the community and respect for human dignity.” The Chief of Police is Keith Pesnell.

Bremen Police Department Address:

191 Georgia Ave. N., Suite B.
Bremen, GA 30110

Phone Number: (770) 537-4441

The Bremen Police Department utilizes both the Carroll County Jail and the Haralson County Jail to transport inmates to. The jail that is utilized will depend on where in the city the arrest is made or the crime happens. Residents can contact the Carroll County Jail at (770) 830-5888. Residents can contact the Haralson County Jail at (770) 646-2011.

Bremen Police Department Additional Information

Address 1: 191 Georgia Ave. North, Suite B
City: Bremen
State: GA
Zip Code: 30110
County: Haralson and Carroll
Phone #: (770) 537-4441
Fax #: (770) 537-1246

Additional Information:

Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 6400
Number of Officers: 21

Bremen Police Department:

Bremen, Georgia City Website:

Open Records Request in Bremen, Georgia

The current Bremen, GA City Manager is Perry Hicks. In this position, Perry is responsible for making sure that all of the elected officials and members of the public are able to communicate in one way or another that is productive. This position acts as a liaison between the city government and the city residents. The City Manager is also incharge of making sure that the city holds its meetings, talks about the budget, and works on policy issues.

Contact Bremen City Manager:

Phone Number: (678) 821-1233

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

Warrants are maintained, serviced, and issued through the respective Sheriff’s Office for the part of the county that Bremen falls into. Since the city is part of two counties, one warrant may be issued in one county and another in the other county. All warrants are either issued, maintained, or serviced by the Haralson County Sheriff’s Department, which can be reached at (770) 646-2011 or the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department, which can be reached at (770) 830-5888.

Please Share Your Experiences Visiting Or Staying In This Facility