Police Officer Complaint Form 

Students, faculty, staff and visitors of the University of Georgia:

The University of Georgia Police Department seeks to serve our community with pride and professionalism. You should know that our officers have the same authorities and obligations as any other certified police officer in the state of Georgia. Our officers are expected to be proactive, professional, and community oriented.

In order to serve you better, we welcome your suggestions, constructive criticism or complaints, including complaints against specific officers. All complaints will be investigated thoroughly and appropriate corrective action will be taken when warranted.

There are numerous ways you may submit a complaint to this Department:

  1. You can submit this form online using the form below.
  2. You may come to the University Police Department at any time to speak with a supervisor or to obtain this form.
  3. You can download this form using the link below and submit it in person or by mail.
  4. You may telephone the Department at (706) 542-5813 and speak to a supervisor over the telephone or request to have this form mailed to you.
  5. This form may also be turned into the office of the Bureau Commander for Field Operations.

Download the form here: Complaint Form

We appreciate your comments as they assist us in providing the highest quality service to the members of our community.

Dan Silk
Chief of Police
University of Georgia

Officer Complaint
Any person who knowingly and willfully falsifies, conceals, or covers up by any trick, scheme, or device a material fact; makes a false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or representation; or makes or uses any false writing or document, knowing the same to contain any false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or entry, in any matter within the jurisdiction of any department or agency of state government or of the government of any county, city, or other political subdivision of this state shall, upon conviction thereof is guilt of a felony. (O.C.G.A. 161020)

Any person reporting to a peace officer an offense or incident within the officer’s concern knowing that the offense or incident did not occur; or a person making a report to a peace officer relating to an offense or incident within the officer’s concern, knowing that he/she has no information relating to the offense of incident, upon conviction thereof is guilty of a misdemeanor. (O.C.G.A. 161026)