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Bremen Police Department

(Mission Statement)

”Serve and protect through honesty, integrity,

and justice throughout the community and respect for human dignity.”

Department Programs

  • Explorers Club

  • Neighborhood Watch

  • School Resource

  • K-9

  • Chaplin

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Important Links

Report a Crime

Georgia Law

Victims Assistance

End Domestic Violence

Sex Offender Registry

Drug Information for Parents

National Crime Prevention

National Safe Kids

Permit and Information for Yard Sale

Georgia Child Passanger Safety Law

Move Over Law

Chief Keith Pesnell

Mailing address

Bremen Police Department

191 Georgia Avenue North, #B

Bremen, GA 30110

Bremen Police Department

191 Georgia Avenue North, Suite B

Bremen, GA 30110

Phone: (770) 537-4441

Fax: (770) 537-1246


Emergency: 911

Non-Emergency Dispatch: (770) 646-0077

Administrative Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 9:00 PM

Service Hours 24 hours a day 7 Days a week

Reception is open from 8 am to 5:30 pm Monday – Friday to serve the citizens of Bremen. Office closed Saturday, Sunday and most major holidays. You can reach us by phone at 770-537-4441 or fax at 770-537-1246, or simply stop by the Police Department at 191 Georgia Avenue, North #B to obtain the information you need.

Report Copies, Background Checks and other request
You can pay citations, get a copy of a report, have a background check completed or just get directions we are happy to assist you. Fee for copies of reports are based on the type of report needed. 

Accident report $5.00
 Incident reports $3.00
 Background check $15.00
Expungements $25.00
VIN verification $8.00
Certified Dispositions $5.00

Self Defense Class for Females

Saturday, February 28th

Bremen Recreation Gym

Complete registration at Bremen Police Department

191 Georgia Avenue, North

Bremen, GA

Or call 770-537-4441 for more information

Bremen Police Department Amnesty Month

Bremen Police Department will be recognizing February as Amnesty month. This will allow individuals that have fine payments with late charges be waived.

This will allow the individual to save money and clear up their case with the Bremen Court.

Chief Pesnell feels that this is a win, win situation. The department can clear up cases along with helping the person to ease the burden. The individual in turn can meet his obligation to the court without paying late fees.

This program will start February 1, 2015 and continue to March 17, 2015 court date.

Chief urges anyone who has a fine due to the Bremen Police Department that has been penalized with late fees to take advantage of this opportunity during this Amnesty period..

You may call Bremen Police Department at 770-537-4441 or go by at 191 Georgia Avenue, North, Bremen, GA., to resolve you case.