Human Trafficking & Georgia’s Anti-Sex Trafficking Lobby Day

Human trafficking is considered a form of modern-day slavery. Women, children, and men are coerced and manipulated every day to perform acts and services that are against their will. The United States government and Georgia government are working hard to combat this epidemic.

Let’s Take a Ride: Biking in Georgia!

Biking is a fun way to exercise and explore the community around you. But before you go out, be sure you know these rules of the road and safety precautions. Want to join the biking community? Georgia has cycling events all year long!

Stay Safe on Monday for the Solar Eclipse

On Monday, August 21, 2017, parts of America will plunge into darkness in the middle of the day. You don’t want to miss it, but remember to protect your eyes! Learn how to identify proper viewing equipment, how to stay safe on the roads, and more.

A Week to Honor Georgia’s Correctional Nurses

This week, from May 6 to May 12, we thank the registered nurses who work in Georgia's correctional facilities.

Becoming a Private Investigator or Security Guard

Find out how to get a license for yourself or your private investigator or security guard business.

Expungement of Criminal Records

Learn how to restrict your criminal records for non-criminal justice purposes.

For Emily’s Sake

Commissioner Russell McMurry of the Georgia Department of Transportation encourages all of us to Drive Alert and Arrive Alive.

Driving Under the Influence

Driving with impaired judgment is a deadly risk that should not be taken.

Attorney General Supports Campaign to Curb Human Trafficking

[Update: Since this blog post was published, Georgia has partnered with other states in a new anti-trafficking program, "Demand an End." Read about it on the G

Understanding Mental Illness

Following the tragedies in Newtown, Conn. and Webster, N.Y., there has been an increase in discussion of mental health and illness.