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Our Mission

  • Our mission is to provide professional, timely and efficient emergency preparedness, response and recovery plans, ensure the health and well-being of our students and staff, comply with applicable laws, identify risks, and mitigate liability to create a safe, nurturing and secure school district. The Department of Safety & Security is comprised of three separate departments that include the School Police, Student Health Services, and Emergency Operations.

Employee ID Badges


    For all Badging, Background CheckVolunteer Application, and Fingerprint questions, please contact:

    Virginia Smith
    Professional Assistant III
    Talent Acquisition


    Photography and Badging will occur
    8AM - 11AM & 1PM - 3PM

    TO REPLACE A LOST/MISSING BADGE: If you no longer have a badge, you must purchase a new one. First, pay for your new badge online then bring your receipt to the Admin Building to be photographed on the days/times listed above.

    TO UPDATE YOUR EXISITING BADGE: If you still have a badge but need to update your photo/info, there is no charge. Just come to the Admin Building at the days/times listed above. 

Contact Us

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    6201 Powers Ferry Rd
    Atlanta, GA 30339
    Phone: 470-254-7159 

    Badging, Background Checks, Volunteer Applications, & Fingerprints  
    470 - 254 - 7158  


    Paul Hildreth
    Safety & Security


    Patrick Bull
    School Safety Specialist II
    Safety & Security

  • How Can We Help YOU? 


    Tony Baker
    Emergency Management Program Specialist
    Safety & Security
    Karl Jones
    System Analyst
    Safety & Security
    Start a service ticket here   

    John Huff
    Manager, Campus Security
    Safety & Security
    Chris Gibson
    Technical Support Specialist
    Safety & Security
    Start a service ticket here  

Help Us Keep Your Children Safe

  • The safety and security of our students is of the utmost importance to the Fulton County School District. This page has been created to advise parents of security measures in place and provide resources which allow them to help district personnel in the event of an emergency.


    What you can do to help:


    Review this information carefully.

    Following the steps provided will help school officials, police officers, firefighters and other first responders do their jobs and focus on the safety of all involved.


    Keep your child's emergency contact information up to date.

    Inform your child's school immediately if your phone number, address or email address changes. You may be called and emailed during an emergency. Additionally, children will only be released to adults listed on the emergency information form.


    Talk with your child

    Take a few moments and discuss with your student about listening and following directions at all times and especially during an emergency. Click here for helpful information about Talking To Your Children About Violence.


    Report any safety concerns

    We need you to let us know about anything you see that concerns you.