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BJJ training data documents reduction in injuries
We now have a years worth of data documenting how officers at MPD that participated in BJJ training had reduced injuries and less need to use their department issued Taser.
Hyperlinks providing answers to the most common questions asked of uniform patrol officers
UPDATED Order Declaring Judicial Emergency and Adoption of Best Practices Guidelines - COVID19
Order Declaring Judicial Emergency and Adoption of Best Practices Guidelines - COVID19, UPDATED 12/09/2020
Open Records Request
You can now download your application and submit via EMAIL
MPD Public Meetings, Events and Presentations
Click here for a regularly updated list of upcoming MPD public Meetings, Events and Presentations
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) becomes mandatory
All new officers hired are required to attend between (1) and (3) BJJ classes each week until they achieve solo status
Roadmap To Recovery Info
Roadmap To Recovery – Navigating Behavioral Health Resources
A Safety Message from MPD Chief Dan Flynn
A Thief by Any Other Name...
Please help us solve crime by proving the location of any camera systems you have installed in the city limits.
Marietta School Safety
An important update from Chief Dan Flynn regarding School Safety
Active Shooter Preparedness
Public Service Announcements
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