217 Main St.
Hiram, GA 30141
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed for lunch
12:30 to 1:30
The mission of the Hiram Police Department is to provide ethical, professional police service to the community; to form partnerships with residents and businesses to promote public safety; while ensuring that members deliver fair and impartial police service that includes proactive problem-solving methods.Core Values:We, the Hiram Police Department, show in our words and actions that we value:
Commitment – To the highest levels of professionalism and integrity.
Obligation - To serve the community with respect, dignity, and compassion.
Perseverance – Towards the diligent pursuit of our organizational mission and vision despite hardships, obstacles, or opposition.
Service – Through a professional service delivery for both the community and visitors alike.
These things constitute the Core Values by which we live as officers of the Hiram Police Department.
Divisions:The Police Department is divided into two divisions, and has an administrative side:
- Uniform Patrol
- Special Operations
- Traffic Enforcement Unit
- Criminal Investigations
- Code Enforcement
- Alcohol Server Permitting
- Pawn Shop Employee Permits
- Background Checks, Fingerprinting, and Report copies
- Property Retrieval
The Hiram Police-Community Alliance:
is the new Community Programs initiative created to better enhance the Hiram Police Department's mission "to serve the community with professional police service through partnerships with residents and businesses to provide a safe and secure environment through the delivery of fair and impartial police services and proactive problem solving.If you are interested in being a part of the Hiram Police-Community Alliance, please contact:
Hiram Public Safety Cadets:
the hiram police public safety cadet program is a career based learning program that gives teens and young adults the opportunity to work alongside law enforcement and public safety officers.
as a representative of the city of hiram, you will be held to a higher standard than your peers. in addition, you will be expected to attend weekly meetings, local and regional competitions, and community events.
if you are interested, meetings are held at the hiram police department, 217 main street, hiram ga. 30141, every thursday from 6:30pm to 8:30pm.
requirements: must be between 14 and 21 years old, graduated the 8th grade, and hold a minimum of a 2.0 gPA.
POC: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Hiram Police Department is dedicated to serving and protecting our community. The Department has become involved with several organizations that work tirelessly to assist victims, serve the community, and educate citizens.