478-956-2880

401 MAIN STREET

BYRON, GA 31008

Agencies

Each Law Enforcement Agency in the State of Georgia is encouraged to participate in a regional Traffic Enforcement Network. There are currently 16 regional traffic enforcement networks servicing all 159 counties in Georgia. The regional networks are open to all sworn law enforcement officers and prosecutors and are designed to enhance traffic enforcement activities through networking, training and legislation. These are the agencies involved in the Middle Georgia Traffic Enforcement Network.

SHERIFF'S OFFICES IN MGTEN

Bibb County
Sheriff

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Bleckley County
Sheriff

478-934-4545

 

Crisp County
Sheriff

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Dooly County
Sheriff

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Houston County
Sheriff

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Macon County
Sheriff

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Monroe County
Sheriff

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Peach County
Sheriff

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Pulaski County
Sheriff

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Turner County
Sheriff

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Twiggs County
Sheriff

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Wilcox County
Sheriff

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POLICE DEPARTMENTS IN MGTEN

Abbeville
Police

229-467-3200

 

Ashburn
Police

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Byron
Police

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Centerville
Police

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Cochran
Police

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Cordele
Police

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Forsyth
Police

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Fort Valley
Police

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Ideal
Police

478-949-5161

Jeffersonville
Police

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Marshallville
Police

578-967-2010

 

Middle Georgia
State College Police

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Montezuma
Police

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Sycamore
Police

229-567-4296

 

 

Perry
Police

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Rochelle
Police

229-365-2246

 

Vienna
Police

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Warner Robins
Police

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STATE AGENCIES IN MGTEN

Governor's Office
of Highway Safety

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Georgia
State Patrol

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Georgia Bureau
of Investigation

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Georgia Dept.
of Corrections

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Georgia Dept.
of Transportation

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Georgia Dept.
of Natural Resources

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A special thanks to Ben Roberson for scanning these patches from his collection. Check it out at www.benspatchcollection.com.