It is the mission of the Hardeeville Police Department to consistently provide a level of service that improves the quality of life for the residents and visitors. We recognize our ethical responsibility and commit ourselves to a high standard of professional accountability. Dignity and respect for all individuals has provided the foundation for our community policing partnerships. Our mission is accomplished through collaborative efforts between the police department and the community by employing proactive policing strategies and problem solving.
NOTICE TO CITIZENS:
Requesting Citizens Assistance 12/10/2015
The Hardeeville Police Department is requesting assistance from the citizens of Hardeeville in solving the murder of Sterling Jenkins that occurred on the 9th day of June of 2015. If anyone knows anything or has information regarding this incident we ask of you to please contact the Hardeeville Police Department at 843-784-2233 during business hours, or at 843-784-6668 during non-business hours and ask to speak with Detective Sergeant Natasha Aiken.
Safety Tips from Chief Woodward:
Children and Vehicles 06/07/2016
This month’s safety tip will relate to children in vehicle safety. With the school year coming to an end, your children will likely be traveling with you a lot more for summer. Heatstroke is the leading cause for non-crash related children fatalities. Statistics show that on average, every 8 days a child dies from heatstroke within a vehicle. Young children are particularly at risk, as their body temperatures heat up 3 to 5 times faster than adults.
Remember, never leave your children in unattended vehicles, whether it is running and locked or not, even if it’s only for “1 minute”. If a vehicle is left unattended running and locked, you have the possibility of a vehicle theft with your children inside or your children operating the vehicle in your absence.
Help remind yourself of children riding along with you this summer by placing something in your rear passenger seats next to your children (briefcase, purse, cell phone, etc.) you is needed once your arrive at your destination.
Remember, a child left unattended in a vehicle is cause for concern. If you see a child in an unattended vehicle please call 911. Your call could safe a child’s life.
26 Martin Street, Hardeeville, SC 29927
Emergency: 911 | Non-Emergency: ( 843 ) 784 – 6668
Phone: ( 843 ) 784 – 2233 | Fax: ( 843 ) 784 – 3422