The successful collaboration between DCS and its law enforcement partners underscores the commitment to public safety and the relentless pursuit of dismantling criminal organizations that pose a threat to our communities.


Throughout the day, a total of 113 searches were conducted, yielding significant results. Law enforcement teams successfully seized 72 firearms, over 16 kilos of methamphetamine, and more than 4,000 counterfeit pills containing Fentanyl. Additionally, substantial quantities of narcotics and gang paraphernalia were discovered during the operation.


"Our DCS mission is to offer resources for everyone under our supervision, creating opportunities for success. Sadly, not all individuals embrace these chances," stated James Bergman, Deputy Director of Field Operations. He stressed that "Community Supervision Officers utilize all available resources for positive outcomes, but it is unfortunate that some individuals opt not to benefit from the support our Department diligently provides."


As a result of these efforts, communities across the state can rest assured that DCS and partnering law enforcement agencies remain dedicated to ensuring the safety and well-being of its residents. The Department of Community Supervision will continue to work tirelessly in collaboration with its partners to uphold the rule of law and protect the citizens of Georgia.


About Georgia Department of Community Supervision (DCS):


As an integral part of the criminal justice system, we protect and serve the state of Georgia through effective and efficient community supervision while providing opportunities for successful outcomes. 


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