Police Department - FAQ

City of Dallas Police Department
120 Main Street - Dallas GA 30132
(770) 443-8100

Police Administration – FAQ

The Dallas Police Department Administration hours are Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Closed for lunch daily from 12 – 1. Closed certain approved holidays.

The Public Safety Department of the Dallas Police Department is open 24/7 and can be reached by phone thru our non-emergency phone #770-443-8100 ext. 1 or by mashing a button next to the front door to reach Dispatch and we will give you further instructions.

How can I obtain a copy of an Accident Report? You will need to come to the Dallas Police Dept. at 120 Main Street, Dallas, Ga. And request a copy or you can mail in a request with a self-addressed stamped envelope. The cost is $2.00 cash, money order, credit or debit. No personal checks accepted. If you pay cash, it must be exact change, we do not provide change.

How can I obtain an Incident Report? You must come to the Dallas Police Dept. and fill out an open records request.

How can I obtain a background check on myself for employment? You must come to the Dallas Police Dept. at 120 Main Street, Dallas, Ga. And fill out a request form with a valid picture I.D. and if you live in Paulding County the charge is $10.00. If you live out of Paulding County the charge is $20.00.

How do I get my vehicle out of Impound? You must be the registered owner providing identification of updated registration and valid Insurance. Any other situations would have to be approved by an Officer or Clerk on duty.

How can I obtain an application for employment? At this time, you would need to come to the Dallas Police Department at 120 Main Street, Dallas, Ga. And pick up an application however we are in the process of providing them online to be downloaded.

How can I pay my citation? Please go to the Court Services FAQ and the answer is provided.

How can I get my record expunged/restricted? Prior to July 1st, 2013, your case would have to be dismissed or nolle processed and then you have to go to the Agency that made the Charge and start the process. They will advise further. After July 1st, 2013, it can be restricted if it is part of your sentencing.