Recognition of Lieutenant Evan Wallace for Ten Years of Service to the City

At the May 2, regular city council meeting, Chief Evans recognized Lt. Wallace for ten years of service to the Acworth community.  Lt. Wallace was previously assigned as a supervisor within the patrol division and currently serves as the Commander of the Criminal Investigation Division.  Lt. Wallace's spouse accompanied him for the presentation.

2024-05-09T15:04:52-04:00May 2, 2024|

Presentation of the Life Saving Award to Detective Hardy and Officer Salone

At the Thursday, May 2 regular city council meeting, Chief Evans and Lt. Hunt had the honor of presenting Detective Hardy and Officer Salone with a Lifesaving award. Earlier this year, both officers responded to a medical emergency and found a victim unresponsive. Without hesitation, they quickly went into action, performing CPR. Their swift and decisive actions saved the victim's life. Congratulations to Detective Hardy and Officer Salone for their dedication to serving our community!

2024-05-09T14:56:55-04:00May 2, 2024|

Officer of the Quarter Presentation by the Chief Evans

At the Thursday, April 18 regular city council meeting, Chief Evans acknowledged Lieutenant Brian Hunt for the presentation of Officer Anthony Trapani who was recognized as Officer of the Quarter for acts above and beyond the normal call of duty.

2024-04-24T08:26:53-04:00April 19, 2024|

Acworth City Clean-Up Challenge

Join forces with the Acworth Public Safety Cadets and Acworth Public Works for the City Clean-Up Challenge! Let’s come together as a community to beautify our city and make a positive impact on our environment. This year’s Acworth City Clean-Up Dates are: 1st Quarter – March 16th 2nd Quarter – June 8th 3rd Quarter – will join the Great Allatoona Clean Up (Date TBD) 4th Quarter – November 16th Questions? Contact Cpl. Mistretta at

2024-01-30T13:53:47-05:00January 30, 2024|

Oath of Office for Newly Promoted Corporal Lumpkin with Acworth Police

At the Thursday, November 2 regular city council meeting, Chief Evans administered the oath of office and swearing in of Corporal Cody Lumpkin.  Corporal Lumpkin was surrounded by his family and members of the Acworth Police Department for the occasion.  Corporal Lumpkin began employment with the Acworth Police Department on June 8, 2015, and has served as a patrol officer in addition to time spent time in Special Operations prior to his recent promotion.

2023-11-06T08:28:30-05:00November 3, 2023|
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