Nov. 15, 2022

Lawrenceville Has A New Chief Of Police

Lawrenceville Has A New Chief Of Police

https://www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com The City of Lawrenceville completed its months-long search with the announcement of the selection of John Henry Mullin as the sole finalist as the city’s new Chief of Police. The city sought a candidate who...


https://www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com The City of Lawrenceville completed its months-long search with the announcement of the selection of John Henry Mullin as the sole finalist as the city’s new Chief of Police. The city sought a candidate who fulfilled a combination of law enforcement experience, leadership, strong morale, and the energy to stay within our community for many years.
Coming to Lawrenceville's leadership from Forsyth County, Mullin has been working directly with county management leading the Code Compliance, Animal Control Services, and Park Rangers Division. Additionally, Mullin served 15 years within the Sandy Springs Police Department, leaving that agency at the rank of Major. Within the Fulton County Police Department, he spent nine years as a uniform patrol officer.
Mullin is committed to building partnerships in the community and developing a highly trained police force with little tolerance for illicit behavior. Mullin believes that those wearing a badge bear a responsibility to set a behavioral example and should strive to be servant leaders within the community. His anticipated start date is December 16, 2022.