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Posted on Mar 12th, 2018

Neighborhood Watch Patrol is one of the easiest and most enjoyable ways to volunteer in Chimney Springs. Patrols survey the neighborhood streets and common areas Friday & Saturday nights from 9:00 – 11:00pm. If you’re interested but don’t know who to ride with, we can pair you with other volunteers. Please consider volunteering for at least one patrol to see what we’re all about! Contact me at
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Cobb Department of Public Safety staff is working to enhance the delivery of near real-time information to residents about incidents that may have significant and/or imminent impacts on their safety or welfare. DPS has implemented the SWIFT911 notification system to distribute these types of alerts.
SWIFT911 is a high-speed emergency notification system that alerts residents to emergency situations including severe weather, missing and endangered persons or significant road closures due to fatality accidents or other unplanned incidents in the local area. The program has the capability of delivering pre-recorded messages to the entire county via telephone, cell phone, email and text messaging. The system uses a publicly-available list of phone numbers that can be removed or updated by both residents and businesses.
There are two simple options to opt-in and provide contact information for this service. A sign up portal is available on the Police, Fire, EMA and Public Safety pages on the Cobb County website. Residents can also get the SWIFT911 Mobile App by texting the word “Swift911” to “99538.” The response text will be a link for the SWIFT911 app in the app store. SWIFT911 is another example of using current technology to ensure residents receive vital information from the Department of Public Safety. For more information, visit the Department of Public Safety page at and click on the SWIFT911 icon.
Coffee-With-Your-Cop brings police officers and the community members they serve together to discover mutual goals for the communities in which they live and serve. The event will allow you to discuss matters that are most important to you and your neighborhood. The Cobb County Police Department's Community Affairs Unit would like to invite you to attend Coffee-With-Your-Cop on Tuesday, March 13 at 8:00am at Dunkin' Donuts on Hwy 92 between Sandy Plains and Mabry and at 5:00pm at Chick-fil-A East Lake on Roswell Road.