Reporting business, organization violating statewide shelter-in-place order

Once Georgia’s statewide shelter-in-place order goings into effect, certain businesses will not be allowed to operate, and large gatherings will be forbidden.

Gov. Brian Kemp’s executive order starts at 6 p.m. on Friday forcing non-essential businesses to close and limiting groups to less than 10 people if they practice social distancing.

The state does have a way of reporting those not in compliance with that order.

Those wishing to file a complaint can go to

Once there, tipsters should fill out the form making sure to include the offending business or organization’s name, address, telephone number, county, and give specifics about the violation.