Thanks to the Atlanta Police Department for adding an Animal Cruelty Officer to the force. Much needed job!
SUPER BOWL PREPS: We're only 19 days away from #ATLSB53, but the Atlanta Police Department has been preparing for two years. We're so excited to welcome so many visitors to our city. Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, Comissioner George Turner and Chief Erika Shields gave a press conference today talking about public safety preparedness for the big game. Full press conference can be watched here: https://youtu.be/WcENOW51sA0 #SBPublicSafety #SBLIII
APD PROUD: “When we get a particular bad guy or woman off the street it gives me a certain amount of satisfaction because I feel like maybe we got some justice for that animal. We deal with children, we deal with spousal abuse, we deal with a whole lot more than going out there and petting the puppy dogs head, you can show a correlation between that crime and this crime.” – Atlanta Police Animal Cruelty Liaison Senior Police Officer Amy Soeldner Thank you to Kaitlyn Ross 11Alive for showing everyone APD’s dedication to protecting animals from abuse and neglect by riding along with SPO Amy Soeldner. We are extremely proud of SPO Soeldner’s work caring for animals throughout her career and her service to the Animal Cruelty Unit created in October of 2017. #MySafeATL #AtlantaPolice #WeLoveATL
Saw this on 11Alive tonight. Love, love, love this! Thanks APD for doing this! https://www.facebook.com/K9Kait/videos/521672545008395/
APD PROUD: In honor of Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, the Atlanta Police Department thanks all the hardworking men and women that swore an oath to protect the City of Atlanta. Part of the APD Bomb Squad is pictured below, the team is one of many groups of officers working to protect you and your loved ones. We also thank our local, state, and federal law enforcement partners for supporting us in our public safety mission every day. #LawEnforcementAppreciationDay #BackTheBlue #ThinBlueLine #AtlantaPolice