Police Department

Loganville Police Department
A State Accredited Law Enforcement Agency

MikeMcHugh Hello, I’m Mike McHugh, Chief of Loganville Police Department.

I’d like to thank you, the citizens of Loganville, for your support of the Loganville Police Department.

It is the mission of the Police Department to provide, at the lowest cost possible, honest and professional police services to the community, its residents and future generations. Protection of our citizens is always our number one priority.

As you know, the citizens are our best resource. If you have any concerns or would like to report suspicious or criminal activity, please contact me or any of my staff at the Loganville Police Department. Any information received will be kept strictly confidential.

Chief Mike McHugh

Office: 770.466.8087 | Fax: 770.466.6679 | Email: mmchugh@loganvillepolice.org


Services offered by the Loganville Police Department include, but are not limited to:

  • Routine patrol of our streets, businesses and neighborhoods
  • Traffic enforcement
  • Drug suppression and enforcement
  • The answering of calls for service
  • Neighborhood Watch programs
  • Participation in SALT (Senior and Law Enforcement Together) Triad
  • Participation in DEA Drug Task Force
  • School Resource Officer Program
  • Strategic Emergency Response and Criminal Investigations

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Safety Tips

  • Always keep shrubs, plants, etc., trimmed away from windows, and doors so that they won’t offer concealment to anyone that may try to enter. If they can easily be seen, it will lessen the likelihood of a burglary.
  • When traveling, always make arrangement with the Postal Service to hold your mail or have a friend or neighbor pick it up daily. An overfilled mailbox that’s not emptied for multiple days can signal burglars that you may be out of town.
  • A common rip-off that usually targets the elderly is called the “pigeon drop”. Usually someone will approach you with a purse or wallet containing a large sum of money and ask if you’ve dropped it. They will then offer to split the money with you if you’ll go to an ATM or your bank and withdraw a certain sum of money as a “good faith” showing. If this happens to you, call law enforcement IMMEDIATELY!!