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Officer Kevin Jordan was shot and killed on May 31st here in Griffin. For more details about the incident involving Officer Jordan’s click here.

The funeral and visitation for Officer Jordan will be held here at Oak Hill Baptist Church. Please see the details below for information concerning the visitation and the funeral, as well as ways you can honor Officer Jordan and support his family.

For questions, media requests, or information please contact the church office at 770-227-5974.

  • Visitation – Oak Hill Baptist Church (4:00 pm to 8:00 pm), Sunday, June 8th.
  • Funeral – Oak Hill Baptist Church (2:30 pm), Monday, June 9th.
  • A memorial fund has been set up at Regions Bank. Donations can be submitted to the “Griffin Police Department Memorial Fund for Officer Kevin Jordan” at any Regions Bank. Proceeds will got to Officer Jordan’s family.
  • Directionsclick here for directions to Oak Hill Baptist Church or copy and paste the address below into your GPS/Map.

Our Address:

100 Lakeside Rd,
Williamson, GA 30292

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9 Comments

  1. Cheryl Parker

    My thoughts and prayers are with all of you while you go thru this terrible ordeal. May you all find peace with knowing that he will never be hurt again, for he is wrapped in GOD’S arms. I am so sorry that you are going thru this, but thank you for sharing him with us all in helping to keep us all safe. May GOD bless each and everyone of his friends and family.

  2. James Jones (Perry PD)

    “Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.” John 15:13

    Rest in Peace sir! Your job on earth is done!

  3. I am very sorry that this has to happen to so many good peoples that is just trying to make the world a better place.
    May God bless the family.

  4. Deidra Thompson

    Kevin, I miss you so much already. I still check my phone to see if there is a call or text from you. I am forever in debt to you for saving my life and everyone else there that morning. You are a true HERO and I am honored to call you my friend. You were the strongest, bravest, respectful, forgiving, and most knowledgeable person I knew. I thank God for the time He allowed me with you. I wish I could have done more that morning. You will ALWAYS be in my heart. My prayers go out to your family and friends during this difficult time. I miss you and I love you! Once again, Thank You!!

  5. Procession info from Griffin Paper online: Funeral procession route announced

    The Griffin Police Department has announced the funeral procession route for the Monday, June 9, funeral services for Officer Kevin Jordan. Services will begin at 2:30 p.m. at the Oak Hill Baptist Church, 100 Lakeview Drive, Williamson.

    The processional will leave the church immediately following the service. The route is as follows: Left out of the church parking lot onto Northside Road traveling north; right onto Williamson Road/Georgia Highway 362 traveling northwest; left onto the on ramp to U.S. Highway 19/41 northbound. Travel north on Highway 19/41 to the next exit, Georgia Highway 16; right off the exit traveling east on Highway 16/ West Taylor Street; east on West Taylor Street to South Hill Street; turn right on South Hill Street traveling south.

  6. Charles Schwable

    As much attention is responded to this officer’s son graduation, the law enforcement community has come together to shadow and support the family which made my heart melt and show greater compassion, When I was younger a law enforcement officer in Margate, Florida did the same for me and direct when I headed in the wrong direction in life, I know this officer’s compassion toward serving, is like mine a military veteran who served my country, I pray for the family and every officer in uniform who is doing their job, supporting their family as this officer did, and battling crime or evilness, for all of us are God’s children.

  7. Colleen Thomas White

    Words can not express the grief that I feel for Officer Jordan’s family….this was indeed an act of pure evil…Brother Paul said…”Every-time my heart desires to do good…evil is always present”…..I’m positive that myself with countless other people….are praying for a peaceful closure to this tragedy…May God’s Angels surrounds this family….and keep them in his care….One of my favorite songs is…Jordan River I’m Bound To Cross, Lord I Got One More River To Cross…Officer Jordan…has now crossed that River…and is forever in the hands of our….JESUS CHRIST…

  8. Dominique Riley

    Still at a loss for words, Officer Jordan was one of those people that you just had to like. He was such a nice person. I pray that his family and everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him find peace with what has happened. May God continue to show his presence and may this community continue to pull together to show love and respect for one of our own..

  9. Joseph Binder

    Praying for Officer Jordan’s family. He did a great job serving his community. John 15:13 says that “Greater love has no one than this, that somebody lay down his life for his friends.” R.I.P Officer Jordan. We thank you for your work done on earth.

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