Crime & Law Enforcement
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Online Athens - Blotter
The Athens Banner-Herald provides a police blotter reporting on crimes.

Athens-Clarke County Police Department
Provides information for the public about most wanted criminals, unsolved crimes, traffic citations, crime prevention, public announcements and more.

Clarke County Sheriff's Office
Provides services for the protection of life and property and the preservation of the public peace. Offers information about recent arrests, current inmates at the county jail, sex offenders, community programs, etc.

University of Georgia Police Department
Information about the activities & services of the UGA Police Department.

Crime Statistics 1980-2010
Crime statistics for each county in Georgia by year / month. Covers murder, rape, robbery, assault, burglary, larceny, and vehicle theft.

Family Violence Statistics 1996-2010
Family violence statistics for each county in Georgia by year / month.

UGA Crime Statistics
Data on crimes committed on the University of Georgia campus, including offenses reported, arrests, victim status, etc.

CrimeReports.com Map
Search this online mapping service that combines police data with the ease-of-use of Google-based mapping. View locations of thefts, robberies, assaults, and other crimes reported by the Athens-Clarke County Police Department and the UGA Police Department.

Police Scanner Live Audio Feed
Listen to live police scanners from Athens-Clarke County.

Safe and Secure
A guide for students, faculty, staff, and visitors of the University of Georgia. Topics include preventing theft and assault, alcohol and drugs, and more.

Athens Justice Project
Provides legal representation, counseling and comprehensive social services to help indigent men and women who are charged with crimes to lead crime-free lives as self-supporting, productive citizens.

Families4Change
A nonprofit organization that provides an early intervention group program for youth and their families. Seeks to reduce recidivism rates, problem behaviors, and truancy among first-time juvenile offenders and at-risk school-age youth.