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This Division of the Police Department handles the day-to-day operations of the agency as well as all administrative and personnel matters. Departmental requisitions and purchasing, as well as the management of state and federal grant funds and awards are managed by this Division. The Administrative Division assists the Chief of Police in strategic and long-range planning, as well as developing plans for the allocation of manpower and other agency resources.

Assistant Chief Lee Brown began his career with Union City in 1983. During his tenure with theL. Brown Police Department, he has held the positions of Narcotics Agent, Special Operations Lieutenant, and Supervisor of the Departmental Tactical Team. Assistant Chief Brown is responsible for assisting the Chief of Police in the day-to-day operations of the department and serves as second in command.

Any questions or concerns regarding the Union City Police Department may be addressed to him at (770) 964-2288.

 

M. Kirkpatrick

Lieutenant Mark Kirkpatrick, a 23-year veteran of law enforcement, came to the Police Department in 2007. Lieutenant Kirkpatrick is tasked with the responsibility of supervising the day-to-day operations of the personnel in the Records Division, Communications Division, and Court Services.

Any questions or concerns regarding these Divisions may be directed to him at (770) 964-2288.

The Administrative Division is responsible for the internal affairs process as it relates to all employees of the agency. The Police Department constantly evaluates its officers based upon their performance and conduct. We value the opinion of the citizens that we serve and are interested in knowing what type of experiences our citizens have with our officers.

Good behavior, such as an officer going above and beyond what would normally be expected, should be rewarded appropriately and we welcome any instances wherein our officers have performed in an exceptional manner.

We also welcome comments on instances wherein the behavior of our officers does not meet departmental standards or reflect the goals and objectives of our organization.

Do you have something positive to say about one of our officers or employees, or do you have something you would like to report about an officer's behavior? Please take a moment to fill out our Commendation/Complaint Form, and deliver it, in person, to any supervisor at the Union City Police Department located at 5060 Union Street, Union City, Georgia 30291. 

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