Cobb County organizes its police, fire, 911 emergency services, animal control, corrections and park services under a…More single Department of Public Safety. The department also operates the Cobb County Safety Village to educate the county's youth about road safety.
Sam Heaton is the department's acting director.
Cobb County Animal Control 1060 Al Bishop Dr SW, Marietta, GA30008 Cobb County established Animal Control in 1971 as part of the county's Department of Public Safety. Cobb County Animal…More Control enforces state laws and county ordinances in regard to animal control and management as well as educates the public about responsible pet ownership and wildlife care. This department also provides housing, care and adoption for homeless animals.
The Cobb County 911 Communications Bureau was created in 1987 to improve emergency communication channels…More between the public and public safety providers. Using state-of-the-art radio and communications systems, the bureau provides round-the-clock services throughout the county. Today, the bureau handles about 1,000 emergency calls and 2,500 non-emergency calls every day, totaling to about 1.5 million calls each year.
Tony N. Wheeler serves as the current director for the bureau.