Jan. 2013 Congradulations to Ofc. James Flowers on his selection by a panel interview to replace Ofc. Tim Carter as a School Resource Officer assigned to the Camden County High School. Ofc. Carter will be retiring from law enforcment service at the end of the 2013 school year in May.
Apr. 2013 Kingsland PD hosts it's annual Easter Egg hunt at a new location this year. Due to construction at our Veterans Park, KPD moved the Easter Egg hunt just down Hwy. 17 to Little Catfish Creek Park and placed 5000 candy filled egg's in three age based areas for roughly 400 children who attended this annual charity event. Ten prized eggs were located by some lucky children who received additional items for their baskets. The Easter Bunny was on hand delivered as always by our dedicated Firefighters of the Kingsland Fire Department, this event was attended by Chief of Police Darryl Griffis, Councilman Day and Mayor Smith and was a hugh sucess.
May. 2013 It is with sadness that we say goodbye to retiring School Resource Officer Tim Carter whose presence at the High School has been a long term fixture since 1994. Ofc. Carter leaves Kingsland with 21 years service in addition to 10 years service as a Police Officer with the City of Folkston. Timmy will be enjoying his retirement with his family but will continue to support the KPD as a guest instructor during training sessions in the future.
May 2013 Kingsland Police Department welcomes aboard Officer Chris Burnett who recently moved to the area with his family from just outside Atlanta. Ofc. Burnett brings several years of law enforcement experience to KPD from the Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina Police Department and a year as a law enforcement Park Ranger with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Ofc. Burnett will be moving to Woodbine with his family.
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