With four officers from Atlanta contracting the coronavirus, the chief went on camera to speak to all of her officers.
Commanders in the Atlanta Police Department are forced to sideline units after two officers contract the COVID-19 virus.
Atlanta police are investigating after a carjacking ended with the suspect being shot and hospitalized.
Officers in Atlanta say they need protective gear amid the COVID-19 outbreak. And they say they need masks right now.
Chief Erika Shields adds SWAT officers to Lenox Square security in an effort to quell violence.
Police used a Taser on a man who refused to leave Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. It happened in the atrium shortly before noon last Sunday when many travelers were coming and going.
Hundreds packed a southwest Atlanta church to say goodbye to a police officer who was shot and killed by his wife.
Atlanta Police Chief Erika Shields -- angered by violence at Lenox Square -- outlined for city leaders a plan to stop criminal activity.
Surveillance cameras dedicated to helping Atlanta police track individuals went down and were not repaired for several months.
Atlanta Police Chief Erika Shields revamps her strategy looking to curb the rise in violent crime.
The relentless rain this week has created some dangerous situations.
An Atlanta police officer is recovering after officials say he was hit by a minivan during a chase Sunday evening.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation released the name on Monday of the man shot and killed by an off-duty Atlanta police officer who spotted a shootout between several vehicles.
The police chief in Atlanta calls on leaders to set aside their egos and fix the criminal justice system.
The Atlanta police chief fine-tuned her order to police officers not to engage in vehicle chases with suspects.
In 2019, 988 firearms were reported stolen from vehicles across the city, according to Atlanta police.
Fulton County District attorney Paul Howard vows aggressive prosecutions and he says the data back him up.
The Atlanta Police Department is cracking down on illegal street racing after a pop-up street race ended in illegal fireworks and hundreds of people running from police officers.
Atlanta Police said a handful of "uninvited guests" showed up to the party, leading to an argument. Those men did end up leaving, but not for long.
Citing "risks to the safety of officers and the public," Atlanta Police Chief Erika Shields announced Atlanta Police Department will begin a zero-chase policy effective immediately.