The Peace Officers Association of Georgia (POAG) is the oldest and largest organization of local, state, and federal "peace officers" of all ranks and duties within the state of Georgia. The POAG was started in the early 1900s, and has a reputation for supporting and promoting the education and training of law enforcement officers. Through this, the POAG seeks to promote professional conduct and behavior, and to mitigate, prevent, and reduce crime. The official publication of the POAG is entitled The Georgia Peace Officer, and is a quarterly magazine that contains the minutes of the monthly Executive Committee meetings, current state Attorney General opinions, and articles of interest to the membership. Publication of this magazine is believed to have begun sometime prior to 1950. The oldest copy of the magazine in possession is dated March 1952. This collection highlights selected issues of The Georgia Peace Officer in PDF format.