Pembroke, Georgia Information:

Pembroke is a city in Bryan County, Georgia an it serves as the county seat of Bryan County. Pembroke is located in the northwestern part of Bryan County which is just west and southwest of Chatham County. Pembroke is part of the Savannah Metropolitan Statistical Area and the city of Savannah is only 35 miles away. In 2010, the population was recorded at 2,196 for the census, but estimates since then have shown an increase to almost 2,490 people.

The livability index in Pembroke is 75, considered to be “extremely livable.” When you take into account that the average livability index is 67 for the state of Georgia and only 66 for the entire nation, 75 seems quite high indeed.

The Mayor of Pembroke is Mayor Judy B. Cook.

Pembroke City Hall
P.O. Box 130
Pembroke, GA 31321
912-653-4413
info@pembrokega.net

Crime in Pembroke, Georgia:

In 2016, the crime index in Pembroke was 172.7, still lower that the national average of 256.4.

The crime rate is calculated differently so you can compare large cities and small towns by using 100,000 as a standard number to get an adequate comparison. There were 63 reported crimes in Pembroke; however if we use the 100,000 number standard, there were a total of 2,525 crimes for every 100,000 people. The crime rate in Pembroke is less than the state average in Georgia, 3,402 crimes per 100,000 individuals and less than the national average of 2,837 crimes for every 100,000 people.

There were 321 violent crimes for every 100,000 residents in Pembroke. This rate is lower than both the state average of 398 violent crimes per 100,000 people and lower than the U.S. average of 386 crimes per 100,000 residents. Property crimes are more common than violent crimes, but Pembroke still manages to come in below the state or national averages. There were 2,204 property crimes per 100,000 residents in Pembroke, while the average rate in the U.S. was 2,451 crimes for every 100,000 people. The state average in Georgia is the highest of all with 3,005 property crimes for every 100,000 residents.

As of February 2018, there were 18 registered sex offenders living in Pembroke, making the ratio of residents to sex offenders 127 to 1.

Facts about crime in Pembroke:

  • The overall crime rate in Pembroke is 11% lower than the national average;
  • Pembroke is safe than 37% of the cities in the country; and
  • Your chances of becoming the victim of a crime are 1 in 40 in Pembroke.

    Pembroke, Georgia Police Department Address:

    Pembroke Police Department
    154 W. Railroad Street
    P.O. Box 790
    Pembroke, GA 31321
    912-653-4414
    info@pembrokega.net

    Other Information about Pembroke Police:

    The Chief of Police of the Pembroke Police Department is Randy Alexander.

    Facebook Page for the Pembroke Police Department:

    Open Records Request in Pembroke, Georgia

    Records in Bryan County should be addressed to the Clerk of Superior Court, Rebecca C. Crowe at Becky.Crowe@bryan.gsccca.org.

    For those looking for records in Bryan County, this form is the correct form to use:

    County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Pembroke, Georgia:

    The Sheriff of Bryan County, Georgia is Sheriff Clyde R. Smith.

    Bryan County Sheriff’s Office
    95 Sgt. Robert W. Crapse Drive
    Pembroke, GA 31321
    912-653-3800

    Bryan County Jail/Bryan County Detention Center
    95 Pub Safety Way
    Pembroke, GA 31321
    912-653-5245

    For a list of sex offenders registered in Bryan County:

    For a list of current inmates in the Bryan County Jail:

    For information about current inmates, you should call 912-653-5245

    For information regarding visitation, phone privileges, mail, or other concerns you should contact the Bryan County Detention Center at 912-653-5245.

    For information on addressing mail, you should call 912-756-5216.

    There is not a searchable database for warrants in Bryan County, Georgia; however, there is one for Chatham County:

    If you think you may have a warrant in Bryan County, Georgia, you should call the Sheriff’s Office at 912-653-3800.

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