This is our last meeting of the year, and we would like to get input and suggestions, identify existing community partners as well as identify areas of interest and opportunity for those who want to get involved.
-Chris Brown, APAB Public Safety Chairman
We often get inquiries for information when asked about things going on in the community and the driving force behind them. We share information here for community consumption and look forward to the civic participation it promotes. Get involved, Let's engage!!
Curfew Amendment Ordinance 12_12_22 (pdf)Download
Public Safety Commission_ Work Groups 2_7_22 (pdf)Download
Public Safety Commission Amended 10_13_22 (pdf)Download
Curfew Ordinance _ Homeless 4_18_22 (pdf)Download
Fulton County Jail Population 11_2022 (pdf)Download
Fulton County Jail Population Review Committee Final Report (pdf)Download
ATL Youth Winter Break Safe Places 2022 (pdf)Download
Atlanta Citizen Participation Plan 2020-2024 (pdf)Download
Official SAC Recommendation for Stand WIth Me Rally (pdf)Download
Looking to be a part of change while helping to build up communities? Our Community Blitz and Outreach Efforts changes mindsets while directly addressing issues.
Sign Up Now to join the efforts of servicing our communities.
Community Clean-Up | COVID Compliance Community Education | Wrap Around Service
C.T. Martin Natatorium and Recreation Center
3201 Martin Luther King Jr Dr. Atlanta, Ga 30311
We would like your feedback, concern, and/or suggestions to help better serve other stakeholders like YOU!! Community support is our #1 priority.
The Pre-Arrest Diversion Initiative works to reduce arrest and incarceration of people experiencing extreme poverty, problematic substance use, or mental health concerns, and increase the accessibility of supportive services in Atlanta and Fulton County.
Through pre-arrest diversion, we can reduce harm and improve quality of life for all. It prioritizes isolation and punishment, instead of the connections that support recovery and stability.
The individuals that PAD works with are people who have had multiple contacts with the criminal legal system and who have often been excluded or unsuccessful in accessing traditional social services.
Learn more about our upcoming events, fundraisers, and more!
Take our pledge to be the best citizen Atlanta can offer!! It takes a village and your commitment to contribute. #safeAtlanta