Police Department

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The Glennville Police Department is here to serve and protect the residents and visitors of Glennville with unwavering dedication, professionalism, and integrity. We are committed to upholding the highest standards of law enforcement, promoting public safety, and fostering trust within our diverse community. Through community engagement, transparency, and continuous improvement, we aim to create a safe and inclusive environment where all individuals can live, work, and thrive free from fear and discrimination.

Pay a Ticket Online: You need either their citation # or license # to be able to pay online.

Anonymous Tip Line – (912) 654-2391

In today’s world, safety and security are paramount concerns for any community. That’s why the Glennville Police Department believes in the power of an anonymous tip line. By providing a secure and confidential channel for residents to share vital information, we empower our community to be proactive in preventing and addressing issues. Whether it’s reporting suspicious activities, potential threats, or sharing insights that can enhance the well-being of our residents, an anonymous tip line creates trust and cooperation. It allows individuals to make a difference without fear of retaliation, ultimately creating a safer and stronger Glennville for us all.

Background Checks: the form can be obtained at the Police Department because it will need to be signed at the police department. It is $20.00 cash or money order, they need at least two forms of ID. It could be a driver’s license and social security card, passport or state ID.

Municipal Court: Court begins at 3pm on the specified dates below.

Dress code for Court:

Any person entering Court must abide by the following general guidelines:

  1. Bare feet, shorts, sleeveless shirts, tank tops, undershirts, or any arrangement of clothing which reveals undergarments or a bare mid-section are prohibited.
  2. Clothing or body parts that are dirty, malodorous, greasy, potentially injurious, offensive, or which otherwise adversely affect the orderly conduct of business are not permitted.
  3. Pickets, signs, or any clothing which attempts to display any message relating to any pending case or class of cases are prohibited.
  4. All clothing, accessories, or tattoos which display writing, script, or images of a profane, sexual, blasphemous, offensive, or infamous nature must be concealed.

***The Judge’s discretion shall apply to all above guidelines. ***

Contact Information

Wes Kicklighter

Police Chief


(912) 654-2103