The Cobb County School District maintains approximately 3300 cameras throughout the district, giving safety officials and school leaders a thorough and almost constant view of every corner of our school district
The average Cobb County School District Police Officer has more than 24 years of service under his belt. This means that combined, the Cobb County School District Police Force has approximately more than 1700 years of combined service experience! These officers are highly trained, come with serious experience, and many years of proven, faithful service.
Over the past three years, the district has also seen a decrease in the number of days students missed instructional time due to discipline dropped almost 17%
The Cobb County School District Police Department features a total of 68 highly trained officers.
The Cobb County School District Police Department has 68 patrol vehicles at the ready, dramatically improving response time to calls, no matter where they occur within the district.
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SafeSchools Alert is our district’s tip reporting service. If you have information about a threat to our safety, do your part and report it! And remember, you can remain anonymous. In Cobb, We Keep Each Other Safe!

Students, staff members, and parents can submit a tip to the SafeSchools Alert via the web, phone, email, or text. When submitting a tip, include the Cobb County School District identification code 1760 in order to designate the tip as related to Cobb Schools.  

To submit a tip – call or text 470-689-0298, email 1760@alert1.us, or report online at http://1760.alert1.us 

AlertPoint is an emergency notification system to augment existing emergency response procedures. It allows for a simultaneous emergency notification throughout the entire campus within seconds and identifies where the incident activity originated. The AlertPoint system rollout began in the fall of 2017 and has now been installed in all Cobb schools.

The Cobb County School District Police Department features a total of 68 highly trained officers.

The average Cobb County School District Police Officer has more than 24 years of service under their belt. This means the Cobb County School District Police Department has approximately more than 1,700 years of combined service experience! These officers are highly trained, come with serious experience, and many years of proven, faithful service.                                                                                                       

CCSD PD have contacts with the US Attorney’s Office (Northern District of GA), FBI (Joint Terrorism Task Force [JTTF], Counter Terrorism Working Group [CTWG], & Interagency Intelligence Working Group [IIWG]), Georgia Bureau of Investigation/Georgia Information Sharing & Analysis Center [GISAC], and Georgia & Cobb Emergency Management Agency/Homeland Security, and Cobb County/local Police Departments.         

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
SPECIALIST

One Emergency Management Specialist position was created in April 2018 to dedicate efforts at enhancing the District’s emergency response planning and procedures. Two officers with over 20(+) years of collective emergency response planning experience have established a goal of developing a comprehensive emergency response plan for each District school/facility.            

CODE RED

Unannounced Code Red Drills (UCRD) allow for a “snapshot” of a school’s preparedness for a Code Red Lockdown, with a follow-up debriefing and discussion for administrators.    

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
PROCEDURES

Copies of the Emergency Management Procedures Flip Chart were provided for each school’s leadership and posted on the PD Intranet page for additional access/downloading. The Flip Chart is updated regularly.

WE KEEP EACH
OTHER SAFE

An award-winning video has been created for staff training.  Additional videos for elementary and middle/high schools have also been created. See Videos Here.

STOP THE BLEED
AND CPR TRAINING

All CCSD schools have received training to respond to incidents involving severe bleeding. Staff members are taught how to apply and use a tourniquet to effectively respond to arterial bleeding or other severe bleeding caused by trauma.         

SPECIALIZED ANTI-GANG
INITIATIVE

CCSD PD is working with the Cobb County Police Department anti-gang task force to raise awareness of gang activity and minimize potential gang activity in our schools. 

CONCERNED COPS

“Concerned Cops” is a mentoring program for high school and middle school students for effectively relating to authority figures (i.e. school teachers, administrators, police, etc.). Students are taught coping skills, learning through role playing and discussion, to follow directions, and constructively deal with perceptions of biased or disrespectful behavior.          

SECURITY CHECKS

School internal security checks provide random evaluation of a school’s internal security awareness and actions by staff and students to identify suspicious persons in school without proper identification or purpose.
The CCSD Police have procedures in place to follow-up on violent threats or crimes received after normal school hours involving school students/staff or facilities.

SAFESCHOOLS ALERT TIPLINE

SafeSchools Alert is our district’s tip reporting service. If you have information about a threat to our safety, do your part and report it! And remember, you can remain anonymous. In Cobb, We Keep Each Other Safe!
Students, staff members, and parents can submit a tip to the SafeSchools Alert via the web, phone, email, or text. When submitting a tip, include the Cobb County School District identification code 1760 in order to designate the tip as related to Cobb Schools.  
To submit a tip - call or text 470-689-0298, email 1760@alert1.us, or report online at http://1760.alert1.us 

ALERTPOINT

AlertPoint is an emergency notification system to augment existing emergency response procedures. It allows for a simultaneous emergency notification throughout the entire campus within seconds and identifies where the incident activity originated. The AlertPoint system rollout began in the fall of 2017 and has now been installed in all Cobb schools.

CCSD POLICE

The Cobb County School District Police Department features a total of 68 highly trained officers. The average Cobb County School District Police Officer has more than 24 years of service under their belt. This means the Cobb County School District Police Department has approximately more than 1,700 years of combined service experience! These officers are highly trained, come with serious experience, and many years of proven, faithful service. 

CCSD PD
WORKING TOGETHER

CCSD PD have contacts with the US Attorney’s Office (Northern District of GA), FBI (Joint Terrorism Task Force [JTTF], Counter Terrorism Working Group [CTWG], & Interagency Intelligence Working Group [IIWG]), Georgia Bureau of Investigation/Georgia Information Sharing & Analysis Center [GISAC], and Georgia & Cobb Emergency Management Agency/Homeland Security, and Cobb County/local Police Departments.

CODE RED

Unannounced Code Red Drills (UCRD) allow for a “snapshot” of a school’s preparedness for a Code Red Lockdown, with a follow-up debriefing and discussion for administrators.        

SECURITY CHECKS

School internal security checks provide random evaluation of a school’s internal security awareness and actions by staff and students to identify suspicious persons in school without proper identification or purpose. The CCSD Police have procedures in place to follow-up on violent threats or crimes received after normal school hours involving school students/staff or facilities.

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
SPECIALIST

One Emergency Management Specialist position was created in April 2018 to dedicate efforts at enhancing the District’s emergency response planning and procedures. Two officers with over 20(+) years of collective emergency response planning experience have established a goal of developing a comprehensive emergency response plan for each District school/facility.

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
PROCEDURES

Copies of the Emergency Management Procedures Flip Chart were provided for each school’s leadership and posted on the PD Intranet page for additional access/downloading. The Flip Chart is updated regularly.

WE KEEP EACH OTHER SAFE

An award-winning video has been created for staff training. Additional videos for elementary and middle/high schools have also been created. See Videos Here.

STOP THE BLEED
AND CPR TRAINING

All CCSD schools have received training to respond to incidents involving severe bleeding. Staff members are taught how to apply and use a tourniquet to effectively respond to arterial bleeding or other severe bleeding caused by trauma.

SPECIALIZED ANTI-GANG
INITIATIVE

CCSD PD is working with the Cobb County Police Department anti-gang task force to raise awareness of gang activity and minimize potential gang activity in our schools.

CONCERNED COPS

“Concerned Cops” is a mentoring program for high school and middle school students for effectively relating to authority figures (i.e. school teachers, administrators, police, etc.). Students are taught coping skills, learning through role playing and discussion, to follow directions, and constructively deal with perceptions of biased or disrespectful behavior.