Post-Crime Tips

To report a crime that is in progress, dial 911 for an immediate police response. 
 

Post Crime Tip Online 

Or Call Crime Tip Line:  229-293-3091 

 

The Valdosta Police Department Investigative Bureau welcomes the general public to provide crime tips that will help solve past, present and future criminal activity.  It is important to remember that crime prevention is a mutual relationship between law enforcement and the community.  It is vital that citizens assist law enforcement by providing information that will help solve past crimes and that will prevent planned criminal activity.

Those who are willing to provide these tips have the option to remain anonymous or to provide information about themselves such as their names, an address and a telephone number where we can and will contact them.  When providing information about criminal activity, please be as detailed as possible about the crime, the people involved, the location, the time and date the crime occurred and any other relevant information--as many times, partial information does not help in solving a crime.

To report criminal activity, you may click the online form at the top of this page,  call the Crime Tip Line at 229-293-3091, or send a message to any of the law enforcement personnel below.

Person Email Address
Commander Leslie Manahan

lmanahan@valdostacity.com

Lieutenant Kyle Salter

ksalter@valdostacity.com

Property Crimes Sergeant Scottie Johns

sjohns@valdostacity.com

Persons Crimes Sergeant Chris Crews ccrews@valdostacity.com
Narcotics Unit Sergeant Gerald Watts

gwatts@valdostacity.com

Burglary Unit Sergeant Sabrina Smith swsmith@valdostacity.com

Citizens may also telephone the Investigative Bureau, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. (eastern standard time), at 229-293-3145.  There is also the option of either coming in person to the Valdosta Police Department or mailing correspondence to us.  Crime tips received by the Investigative Bureau and the Police Department are investigated to the fullest extent.  All leads are followed until exhausted or until the case is resolved.

To report a crime that is in progress, dial 911 for an immediate police response. 

 

Police

229-242-2606

229-293-3150

Chief of Police

Brian K. Childress 

Location

Valdosta Police Department
500 North Toombs Street
Valdosta, Georgia 31601

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