Support Services

Fingerprints


The Lawrenceville Police Department no longer offers fingerprinting to the public. The surrounding agencies that offer this service are:

  • Duluth Police Department :............................(770) 476 - 4151
  • Gwinnett County Police Department:.............(770) 513 - 5100
  • Lilburn Police Department:.............................(770) 921 - 2211
  • Snellville Police Department:..........................(770) 985 - 3555
  • Suwanee Police Department:.........................(770) 945 - 8995

Criminal Histories


The Lawrenceville Police Department offers to complete a "Georgia" and local criminal history via local records or through the Georgia Criminal Information Center (GCIC). To obtain a criminal history, a signed consent form is required for the individual and must be accompanied by a valid State or U.S. Military Identification Card. A 24-hour waiting period is required.

Records Services


Fees

  • Accident Reports: No Charge - Listed Involved Parties; all others $5
  • Arrest Reports: $.10 per page
  • Incident Reports: No Charge - Listed victims; all others $.10 per page
  • Local Expunges: $25
  • Pit-Bull Registration: $50
  • Pouring Permit: $25

Motor Vehicle Accidents

The Lawrenceville Police Department charges no fee for parties involved in a motor vehicle accident. However, this report maybe available online through LexisNexis "buycrash.com." LexisNexis has entered into a contract with the Georgia DOT to manage the state's central accident report repository. There is a cost for an online report of $11 as a processing fee and is generated by LexisNexis.

Open Records Request


All requests for Open Records Requests must be made electronically at Lawrenceville Georgia Open Records Center. Additionally, requests maybe made in person with the City Clerk within City Hall located at:
City of Lawrenceville
70 S Clayton Street, 4th Floor
Lawrenceville, GA 30046 
Professional Headshot of Philip Byers
  1. Philip Byers

    Captain Administrative Services Bureau

    Captain Phil Byers began his career as a Police Officer with the Lawrenceville Police Department in July of 1993.  Prior to his employment with the Lawrenceville Police Department, Captain Byers began his career in 1990 becoming a Deputy with Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Department under Sheriff Bobby Plunkett.  During his career with the Lawrenceville Police Department, he has worked in Uniform Patrol, Criminal Investigations and Special Operations as a Motorcycle Officer, DUI Task Force Officer, K-9 Officer and is an Accident Reconstructionist.  Captain Byers was promoted to Sergeant in 2000 and promoted to Lieutenant in 2006.  In 2018 he was appointed to Captain of the Uniform Services Bureau and assumed command of the Support Services Bureau in 2019.   Captain Byers has a Batchelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice Administration.  He has earned several certifications from the Georgia Peace Officers and Standards Training Council to include Advanced and Intermediate Certifications, Supervision and Management Certifications, General Instructor, Firearms Instructor, Motorcycle Instructor, and Taser Instructor.  Captain Byers has also completed the University of Georgia, Carl Vinson Institute Management Development Program.  Captain Byers is a member of the Georgia Chiefs of Police Association and the International Association of Chiefs of Police.