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Meet the TPD 2015 Explorers
(July 30, 2015) Meet some of the members of Thomasville Police Explorers Post 357! Donning their new class A uniforms, the Explorers will be traveling to Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College to observe what police cadets do in the police academy this week.
The explorers program provides information and training to young adults, ages 14-21, who are considering a career in law enforcement. They meet twice a month, once in the classroom and one hands-on activity. The Explorers also assist the Thomasville Police Department with community events.
If you know a teen who is interested in law enforcement and would be interested in joining the Explorers Program, please contact Officer Chris Baggett 229-672-0574 or Officer Matt Griffin at 229-227-3249.
City Staff Complete Public Works Officials Executive Management Certificate Program
The City of Thomasville is known for exceeding community expectations, a commitment that is reflected in the City’s mission statement. As such, each City department is challenged to work smarter and more efficiently, without sacrificing safety or lowering the standards of service. One way that City staff work toward achieving this goal is by pursuing advanced training and certifications, such as those earned recently by several members of the Public Works Department.
Electric Workers Head South After Tuesday's Storms
City of Thomasville Utilities electric workers loaded up their trucks and hit the road to provide assistance in Tallahassee after severe weather wreaked havoc on power systems, leaving large areas without power.
Magistrate Court Temporarily Relocated
The Magistrate Court Department has been temporarily relocated to 448 Smith Avenue while renovations are being made to the Bobby Hines Jail Justice Center.