Bainbridge Public Safety officers receive dual-training and are certified as both a police officer and firefighter. Because of this unique and exceptional training, officers must be proficient in driving a patrol vehicle as well as multiple types and sizes of fire trucks.
After discussions with public health and city officials, the City of Bainbridge has announced plans to modify their seasonal celebrations due to on-going concerns with the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Community Affairs Director Crystal Hines is heading up Bainbridge’s participation in the Georgia Municipal Association’s (GMA) 2020 Census Challenge to increase response rates within the city.
As some communities cancelled Fourth of July fireworks, the City of Bainbridge proceeded with a different version this year— a drive in event, where people parked at the Boat Basin or on adjoining streets and watched the 15-20 minutes show from their cars.
Grady County School System Police Chief Redell Walton will be departing at the end of this month for a new position in Bainbridge. Walton will begin work as Bainbridge’s new chief of police July 6, the city announced this week.