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The Administrative Division consists of the Public Information Officer, Community Affairs, Property and Evidence, Part-Time and Reserve Officers, and the Quartermaster's Office.

 

Spears Andrew

 Captain Andrew Spears is currently assigned to Administration. His Command includes Community Operations, the Public Information Office, Property and Evidence, Quartermaster, the Citizens on Patrol (COPS), Reserve Unit, Court Unit, Light Duty Assignments, and PD Finance, Budgeting, and Grant Applications. He has been with the Sandy Springs Police Department since November 2006. His assignments have included Uniform Patrol, Special Investigations, Criminal Investigations, Staff Inspections, SWAT, and Honor Guard. Captain Spears is a graduate of Penn State University and the University of Louisville’s Southern Police Institute. He was a member of the 27th GILEE Delegation (Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange) to Israel and is also a recent graduate of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department’s Command College.

Captain Spears can be contacted via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone at 770-551-3302


Public Information Officer

 

McGinnis M minSergeant M. McGinnis is assigned as the department’s Public Information Officer (PIO). Sergeant McGinnis started his police career with the Fulton County Police Department and has been with the Sandy Springs Police Department since its inception in 2006. His previous assignments include Uniform Patrol, Criminal Investigations, Field Training Officer, Crisis Negotiations Team, Chaplain Coordinator, and in 2021 was named the Commander of the Quick Response Force (QRF). Sergeant McGinnis is a graduate of the University of West Georgia.

Sergeant McGinnis can be contacted via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone at 770-551-6945

 

 Community Affairs

 

Manne minOfficer Craig Manne handles Community Affairs for the Sandy Springs Police Department. Officer Manne began his career with the Sandy Springs Police Department in 2011 as a volunteer and, in 2014, became an officer with the department. During his career with SSPD, he has worked in Uniform Patrol, where he was named Rotary Office of the year in 2017 and is a part-time Crime Scene Investigator. He is currently a member of the Crisis Negotiations Team and the Quick Response Force. Officer Manne grew up in Sandy Springs and attended Riverwood High School. He graduated from Reinhardt University with a bachelor’s degree in Organizational & Management Leadership.

He can be reached via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone at 770-551-6919.

 

Civilian Coordinator 

 

Rose min minSteve Rose is the Civilian Coordinator. He joined Sandy Springs Police after 26 years with Fulton County Police, working with patrol, investigations, and the last six years as the community outreach officer for the north precinct in Sandy Springs. Beginning in mid-2005, he was on the public safety task force, along with Lt. David Roskind, as part of the overall city task force to create the new City of Sandy Springs. In February 2006, he retired from FCPD. He took a position with SSPD as a Community Affairs and PIO officer, which he held until 2015 when he transferred to south district commander. Two years later, he moved to Night Commander until his retirement in May 2018 with the rank of Captain. Steve Rose is married to Sandy, and they have four children and nine grandchildren combined.

Steve Rose can be reached via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone at 770-551-6927

 

Quartermaster

 

Moore BBeverly Moore began her career in Law Enforcement with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department in Birmingham, Alabama, as a Deputy Sheriff in 1989, where she served until 2005, when she relocated to Georgia. She also worked for Marta Police Department as a Police Officer on the North Line. After leaving Marta Police Department, she came to Sandy Springs Police Department and worked in both GCIC and Records Division before taking the position of Quartermaster.

Beverly Moore can be contacted via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone at 770-551-3292.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Sandy Springs Police Department
7840 Roswell Road, Suite 301
Sandy Springs, GA 30350

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Non-Emergency Phone:  770.551.6900

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Public Hours 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.  |  Monday – Friday













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