The Brookhaven Police Department will open a substation in a Buford Highway apartment complex as
part of its community policing efforts.
are now outfitting their office at the Marquis Terrace Apartments at
3547 Buford Highway. They will begin working out of the substation in
will provide an excellent opportunity for officers to interact with the
community, build partnerships and be more proactive in crime
prevention,” Chief Gary Yandura said. “This will be
the first substation in Brookhaven.”
substation will not be staffed around-the-clock, but will be more of a
drop-in location for officers to hold meetings, write reports and
conduct other operations as needed.
are grateful for the good will of Marquis’ management and their
commitment to building strong relationships with the police department,”
Marquis is providing the space at no cost to the city.
going to help everyone in the community, including other properties
close by,” said Carmen Rodriguez, property manager at Marquis Terrace.
“We are excited to help make the community safer.”
Marquis has nine properties in the Buford Highway corridor.
The Brookhaven Police Department, which launched July 31,
currently operates out of the city’s municipal court in Brookhaven’s
Corporate Square and the temporary city hall in Dunwoody. The
city is in the process of finding a permanent location for city hall
and police headquarters.
This report was provided by the city and edited for publication.