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Valdosta Georgia Police Station Address: 500 N Toombs St, Valdosta, GA 31601, United States


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Valdosta Crime Lab Passes Accreditation Inspection:

Beginning of January 2018, the Valdosta/Lowndes Regional Crime Laboratory was inspected by the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board or ANAB for Crime Laboratory Accreditation to ensure continued compliance with professional crime laboratory operating standards and procedures. Crime Laboratory Director Becky Parker-Hall and Chief Brian Childress were provided a report from the accrediting board which found the laboratory was in compliance with all applicable laboratory and crime scene investigation standards and no issues were noted.

“We have said from day one that our local crime laboratory would be accredited to ensure we comply with professional crime laboratory standards. Yet again Director Becky Parker-Hall, Quality Manager Julie Grantham, and all laboratory staff proved not only the value of operating a local laboratory but the fact the laboratory follows the best practices available. Quite honestly, they are the best in the business which explains why other law enforcement agencies are now requesting the use of the lab; because of speed of turnaround and professional work”, stated Brian Childress.

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Valdosta Police Department3 days ago

Valdosta Police present youth a new bike after being the victim of a crime.

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Valdosta Police Department1 week ago

Valdosta Police Arrest Two for Stolen Vehicle & Vehicle Break-Ins – 1-11-18

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Valdosta Police Department1 week ago

Valdosta Police Arrest Man for Breaking Into Several Vehicles

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Valdosta Police Department1 week ago

On January 8th, 2018 at approximately 2:20 am, Valdosta Police responded to a report of a vehicle broken into at a local business. An employee from the business reported that someone had broken into his car while he was at work. The responding VPD uniformed patrol officers investigated the complaint and gathered physical evidence while on scene.
Throughout the evening, multiple additional citizens continued reporting their cars had been broken into as well in several different locations around the city. During the investigation, officers made contact with witnesses who reported seeing a subject driving a dark in color vehicle acting in a suspicious manner. Witnesses were able to provide a physical description of the driver and also were able to obtain the license tag number of the suspicious vehicle.
A BOLO “Be On the Look Out” was issued for the vehicle and the described subject. Shortly after the BOLO was issued, the vehicle was spotted a Valdosta Police Officer. Contact was made with the driver, now identified as 20 year old Russell Fields from Adel, GA, who was found to be in possession of multiple items that had been reported stolen from the various victims. Russell was taken into custody and transported to the Lowndes County Jail. Warrant applications from the multiple cases were presented to the Lowndes County Magistrates Court and were signed.
Russell Fields is now facing seven counts of Theft by Entering Motor Vehicle (FELONY).
“The case represents yet another example of community policing where citizens help the Valdosta Police Department prevent and solve crimes. We can’t be everywhere so we need our citizens to help, like they did in this case. The information gathered by the witnesses was essential in putting the subject in jail and returning the stolen property to the rightful owners,” said Lieutenant Adam Bembry.