The Gwinnett County Police Department serves the second largest county in the metro Atlanta area. We are looking for the best and brightest to support this rapidly growing community. Our agency offers the opportunity to work face-to-face with our community to solve real-world problems.

Our officers take on a variety of complex roles including crime prevention, criminal investigations, and code enforcement. Officers receive top-notch training to become specialized in tactical operations, crime scene analysis, aviation, and more. Make a difference…be the difference with the Gwinnett County Police Department. Apply now!
Opportunities for Police Officers

The Gwinnett County Police Department is one of only 36 accredited law enforcement agencies in Georgia. The benefits package for officers includes uniforms and equipment, and each officer is assigned their own car. After two years in the department, officers can transfer to a variety of specialized units.

For more information on how you can hit the ground running with the Gwinnett County Police Department, check out our recruitment video, or any of the links below:

Salary and Benefits
Selection Process
Training
Career Path

Opportunities for E-911 Communications Officers

E-911 communications officers provide a vital service to the community as the first point of contact in most emergency situations. Gwinnett County offers a competitive salary, benefits, and an excellent 12-month training program that exceeds state standards and leads to an automatic promotion upon successful completion.

For more information on how you can join the team as an E-911 communications officer, check out our recruitment video or any of the links below:

Salary and Benefits
Selection Process
Training
Career Path

Directions to the Police Training Complex
Gwinnett County Police Training Complex
854 Winder Highway
Lawrenceville, GA 30045 

Directions from I-85N:

  • I-85N to Highway 316 (University Parkway)
  • Follow Highway 316 for 9 miles
  • Turn right on Cedars Road and follow Cedars Road for approximately 1 mile
  • At the traffic light, turn right onto Highway 29 (Winder Highway) and follow for 1.5 miles
  • The Police Training Complex is on the right