Crime Prevention

Jessica McIntosh
Crime Prevention & Community Relations

Officer Jessica McIntosh is the Crime Prevention/Community Relations Officer for the Waycross Police Department. She is a 13 year veteran of the department and began her career in 2004 as a records clerk in the front office of the police dept. From 2005 to 2007 Jessica served as a patrol officer. From 2007 to 2017, Jessica was the School Resource Officer for Waycross Middle School. In 2017, under Directed authority under Chief Tony Tanner, Jessica was transferred to Community Relations/ Crime Prevention Officer.

The Community Relations/ Crime Prevention Officer presents programs to the community such as Home Security, Senior Citizen Safety, Personal Safety, Stranger Danger, Gun Safety. Programs are presented upon request from clubs, schools, or civic organizations. Women’s SAFE course, and Women’s shooting course.

The Community Relations officer also coordinates the Citizen Police Academy. The Citizen Police Academy is offered to the community to educate the citizens on the tasks, training, and various other aspects of each section within the police department. It is a 10 week class that has been well received from past participants.

Senior Safety Day and Kids Fun Day are also community events that are sponsored by the police department. These are provided to educate the public and give the officers a chance to give back to the community.

For more information, or for a presentation, please contact Officer Jessica McIntosh at 912.287.2921 or 912-614-1928. If no answer, please leave a message.