Administration Division

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

Captain Ryan Finley is the Administration Division Commander. He began his career in 2002 with the Fulton County Police Department and was a founding member of the Sandy Springs Police Department starting in July 2006. Captain Finley spent several years in the Criminal Investigation Division as a Detective and Field Training Officer before promoting to supervisory roles beginning in 2016. Prior supervisory assignments include the Uniform Patrol Division, Property & Evidence Unit, Staff Inspections Manager (including State Certification/Accreditation), Crime Scene Investigations, and the Criminal Investigation Division. Captain Finley is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts and Science degree in Aerospace Administration. Additionally, he is a graduate of the University of Louisville – Southern Police Institute 146th Administrative Officers Course.

Captain Finley can be contacted via e-mail or phone at 770-551-3310.

Public Information Officer

Sergeant 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 e-mail or phone at 770-551-6945

Community Affairs

Officer Greene began his career with the Boston Police Department in Boston Massachusetts in 2017 as a patrol officer. While with Boston PD, Officer Greene helped with numerous community events throughout Boston to help bridge the gap between the community and the police.  He joined the Sandy Springs Police Department in 2021 where he was assigned to the uniform patrol division where he patrolled the North side of Sandy Springs.  Officer Greene grew up in Boston Massachusetts in the Dorchester/Mattapan neighborhood where he patrolled while with Boston PD. He attended Foxborough High school, Bridgton Academy and Framingham State where he studied Criminology. His goal as a police officer is to be “Generational Changer”.

Officer Greene can be contacted via e-mail or phone at 770-551-6919

Civilian Coordinator

Doug Blount is the civilian coordinator for the Sandy Springs Police COPS (Citizens On Patrol) and VIPS (Volunteers In Police Services) programs. He also helps with other community relations programs and internships with local college programs.
Doug attended North Georgia College and received a commission in the US Army as a Infantry 2nd Lieutenant. He started with the Fulton County Police Department in 1988 after serving in the US Army. He retired in 2008 and came to the Sandy Springs Police where he has served as a Patrol Officer, Traffic Officer, and on the Quick Response Force (QRF). Doug has several Instructor certifications. He is still a member of the Sandy Springs Police Reserve Unit.

Doug Blount can be reached via e-mail or by phone at 770-551-6927


Beverly 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 e-mail or phone at 770-551-3292.