Auxiliary Police Officers

The Auxiliary Police Force was established to allow citizens the ability to assist their local law enforcement agency in various capacities in a volunteer/unpaid capacity. While not sworn or certified police officers the Auxiliary assist the Police Department at large public gatherings, emergency operations, cart path patrol, and general neighborhood and business watch patrols. Current members include some very dedicated individuals with very diverse backgrounds. Positions also exist in the Auxiliary Police Force for administrative positions at Headquarters for qualified citizens based on their qualifications.

The Auxiliary Police Force has several fundraising activities which support department operations and officers. There are funds available for rewards, donations of equipment, ballistic vests, and a memorial fund to assist officers and their families in times of need.

Auxiliary Officers also become involved in other aspects of the Police Department where their skills may be valuable to the overall mission of protecting the citizens of Peachtree City. Several Auxiliary Officers have attended and graduated from the Citizens Police Academy (CPA). Auxiliary officers also assist with traffic control at various events, including road safety checkpoints.

Other activities in which Auxiliary Police Officers participate are:

  • Shakerag Arts Festival
  • Annual Police Department Christmas Banquet
  • McIntosh High School Football Games
  • McIntosh Graduation Ceremonies
  • Youth Arts Festival
  • March of Dimes
  • Walk America
  • Youth Triathlon
  • Peachtree City Classic Road Race
  • Alzheimer Memory Walk
  • Christmas Tree Lighting
  • Jingle Bell Run
  • Other Charity Drives

For more information on this program or to obtain an application. For more information on our Auxiliary Police Program, contact Sergeant Courtney Lumpkin by email


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