Crime Info + Stats

The Dunwoody Police Department believes in transparency and strives to provide up-to-date information on crimes and activities within the City of Dunwoody.

Annual Report 
The Annual Report provides a summary of departmental activities, accomplishments, and statistics for the year. Each spring, the Dunwoody Police Department publishes an Annual Report of the Police Department covering the previous calendar year. Read More.


Crime Comparison 
The Crime Comparison reports provide a snapshot comparison of Part 1 Crime Statistics reported both by month, year-to-date, and a comparison over previous year-to-date. Read More.


Crime Map 
The Dunwoody Police Department has partnered with to provide accurate, official, and up-to-date crime information mapped geographically. Read More.


Crime Prevention 
There are a variety of crime prevention programs/ strategies that use specific approaches to anticipate, recognize, appraise, and address crime and/or the factors contributing to crime. Read More.


Crime Stoppers Atlanta
Crime Stoppers Greater Atlanta engages the entire community – citizens, media and law enforcement – to work towards making communities safer by identifying the people committing crimes and getting them off the streets. Read More.


Wanted and Missing Persons 
The Dunwoody Police Department is dedicated to providing residents, visitors, and businesses of Dunwoody with the most up to date and important information possible. Our Wanted & Missing Persons page provides information on missing children, wanted persons, missing persons, recent crimes and more. Read More.


Police-to-Citizen Portal
The Police-to-Citizen Portal allows you to search for incident reports by location, name and date. Read More.


Sex Offender Information 
In accordance with O.C.G.A. § 42-1-12, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is the central repository for Georgia's Violent Sexual Offender Registry.  Read More.


Submit a Crime Tip 
Do you have information about a crime? If so, submit your information here anonymously.  Find ways to share information about crime to improve the safety of your community. Read More.