Prosecuting Attorneys Council of Georgia

The origins of the District Attorney Office of Georgia dates back to 1789 when the colonial office the Attorney General divided into an Attorney General and a Solicitor-General in 1789. It is the only local prosecutor in the United States that can be directly traced to English Common law offices. In 1968, Solicitor General was changed to District Attorney and any serving employee could no longer practice private law.

Mr. Richard A. Malone currently serves as the Executive Director of the PACG. He is responsible for the coordination of activities performed by the Council staff and the overall management of the Council and District Attorney budgets.

Prosecuting Attorneys' Council of Georgia Mission and Services

The Prosecuting Attorneys' overall mission is to assist the prosecuting attorneys of Georgia in seeking justice with their efforts to combat criminal activity. They provide a system called First Class which acts as an online portal that enables prosecution offices throughout Georgia to network and exchange valuable information.

Contact the Prosecuting Attorneys' Council of Georgia

Atlanta (Main)
104 Marietta Street NW, Suite 400
Atlanta, Georgia 30303-2743

Albany
2410 Westgate Drive, Suite 107
Albany, Georgia 31707

Macon
630-A North Avenue
Macon, Georgia 31211

Savannah
138 Canal Street
Building 400, Suite 406
Pooler, Georgia 31322

Phone:

Atlanta (Main) Phone: (404) 969-4001
Albany: (
229) 430-3818
Macon: (478) 751-6645
Savannah: (912) 748-2843

Email:

Email your questions, comments, or suggestions to info@pacga.org

Fax: 

Atlanta (Main): (404) 969-0020
Albany: (
229) 430-3820
Macon: (478) 751-6647
Savannah: (912) 748-3201