Community outreach is a vitally important component behind the success of the Johns Creek Fire and Police Departments. This page provides a sampling of public safety community outreach efforts. Information on current community outreach programs is always available through the email newsletters sent by the City, Fire Department, and Police Department. You can subscribe to the newsletters by clicking here.
Members of the JCFD are trained and certified to instruct parents/grandparents in the proper procedures to install child car safety seats in all makes and models of vehicles.
8 annual events are offered to the community.
Conducted annual at select elementary schools for education on fire safety, bicycle safety, and other safety issues affecting our young students.
Offers checklists to the public for safety checks on their home or business. Fire Department personnel can provide on-site assistance as needed.
Provides smoke detectors to home owners and, if needed, will install these units.
JCFD will come out to businesses, civic organizations, churches, etc. and provide hands-on portable fire extinguisher training utilizing our extinguisher simulator.
Notifies members of the community of recalls and various safety concerns via “Facebook” and our Website.
Proactive approach to educating the citizens about water safety (including swimming pools and the river).
Fire Station 62 offers a community room that is open for members of the community to reserve for various meetings such as: HOA meetings, Boy / Girl Scouts, etc.
JCFD participates in dozens of events in the community annually to include: parades, birthday parties, educational events at schools & daycares, etc.
Come out to any station for a tour.
Held annually with JCPD to provide a full day of safety education and demonstrations.
In place at various businesses and target hazards throughout the city. JCFD provides customized training (specific to the building) to teach individuals on fire safety awareness, fire evacuation planning, fire extinguisher training and other business safety components.
Get an in-depth look at JCPD operations and the policies it follows in setting a high standard for community policing.
Safety and self-defense classes for teen girls and women to learn situational awareness and self-defense.
Assist police in multiple ways, handling many necessary functions that don't require a law enforcement officer. CAPS members, who are not sworn officers, assist in such tasks as community programs, directing traffic, patrolling parks, conducting residential checks, and helping with administrative work.
Residents and police officers work together to identify issues in neighborhoods to prevent future crimes and clarify any misinformation about alleged criminal incidents.
Designed for business owners who want to prevent criminal activities and send a signal to potential criminal elements that they care about their community. There is no cost involved to participate in the program.
A teen safe driving program designed by the Police Department and Municipal Court to reduce the number of teen traffic accidents and repeat teen violators in Johns Creek. Mandatory and volunteer modules are available.
JCPD’s smartphone application (available for Android phones and iPhones/iPods).