The Gwinnett County Police Department is committed to serving the community through the delivery of professional law enforcement services in an unbiased and compassionate manner in order to protect the lives and property of the citizens and improve the quality of life in our community.
C.O.P.S. (Community Oriented Police Service) is Gwinnett County’s Neighborhood Watch Program and Jackson’s Township is proud to have been selected in 2010 by the Police Department to be an official neighborhood in the program.
Through this program, the Jackson’s Township C.O.P.S. committee works with homeowner’s and a designated C.O.P.S. Officer to make our subdivision as safe as possible. All homeowners are encouraged to report any incident that they find suspicious by calling 911. It is important for everyone to be diligent while traveling around the neighborhood.
The program offers different opportunities for our neighborhood to learn more about safety. There is also an Annual C.O.P.S. Festival held in the fall that offers residents a chance to learn more about the following subjects:
- Personal Safety
- Home Safety (Locks, Alarms, Etc.)
- Child Safety (30 minutes)
- Senior Citizen Safety
- Child Safety for Parents
- Gang Awareness for Teens and Parents
- Drug Awareness for Teens and Parents
- Sexual Assault Prevention
- Domestic Abuse/Family Violence
- Consumer Fraud and Scams
- Safe Driving in Gwinnett
- Firearm Safety for Adults
- Robbery/Shoplifting Prevention
- Teen Safe Driving
If you need to contact the Jackson’s Township COPS Liaison, please contact:
Corporal Aaren Dieffenbacher #1180
Central Precinct Crime Prevention / Uniform Division
Gwinnett County Police Department