For Emergencies - Call 911 - for all other needs call 770.830.5888

Sheriff Terry Langley

2020 YOUTH CAMP REGISTRATION

Every Year, April 1st brings excitement as it is when registration for the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office Youth Camp opens up. This year we are hoping the excitement is still there for potential campers and that the virus and shelter in place is far behind us by the time the camp is set to begin in July.

The camp will only take place if we have been given full clearance from our local, state, and national leaders in regards to the COVID-19 virus. If all restrictions have been lifted, the camp will be set for July 13 thru July 17. If there are any restrictions or any health concerns, then the camp will be cancelled for 2020. Please complete the application form and return it to the number or email listed. Each child that is planning to attend the camp will need their own application. Please complete all the information on the application. A decision will be made on the camp as we get closer to the date, but we did want to go ahead and start accepting applications so that we did not wait until the last minute to plan for a great camp. If we are able to host our camp this year it will again be divided into two sessions. Session one will be July 13 and 14 with Session two being July 15 and 16. All the kids from both sessions will attend on Friday, July 17. The camp is for kids ages 7 to 12 and goes from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 pm. We will have a limited number of teen helpers this year and anyone that wants to be a teen helper must be approved prior to the first day. Any questions contact Investigator Greg Holcomb at (770)830-5916 or gholcomb@carrollsheriff.com

Please click 2020 CAMP APP for the application.

 

Carroll County Sheriff’s Office Updated Response to COVID-19

Our number one priority at the Sheriff’s Office is to do everything we can to help flatten the curve and the spread of the COVID-19 Virus. We are taking extra precaution and changing procedures to ensure that the safety, health, and well-being of our staff, inmates and the public are taken seriously.

As of Wednesday, March 18, 2020 the lobby for the Criminal Investigations Division will be closed to the public. If you need immediate assistance please call 911, if you need a copy of a report, to speak with an investigator, or to make an appointment with Sergeant Mike Lavoie, please contact reception at 770-830-5916.

We are also working hard to limit the number of citizens that enter our jail lobby, we ask that if possible, please make all jail deposits for inmate accounts remotely by visiting deposits.jailatm.com

If you have questions about an inmate, we strongly encourage you contact jail reception at 770-830-5888 instead of coming to the Sheriff’s Office. We will work hard to assist you and answer any questions you may have.

Inmate visitations, fingerprinting, background checks, and criminal history reports are suspended until further notice.

If you need a copy of your incident report, you can email bcollins@carrollsheriff.com and once you verify your information, she will email you a copy of your report to limit you from traveling to the Sheriff’s Office to pick it up.

If you have a court date pending it would be best to contact the courts to be sure that your case is still on the calendar and to receive further instructions of what to expect in regard to Courthouse procedures. There will be a list of essential contact numbers attached to this release.

If you contact 911 with a non-emergency that does not require a Deputy to respond to your location, a Deputy will contact you and take your report by phone.

We appreciate our citizens understanding during this time of uncertainty and we believe that our goal within the Carroll County community is to stay safe, stay healthy, and look for brighter days ahead.

Please continue to follow our Sheriff’s Office Facebook page for the newest developments that could affect our community and stay up to date on when these above-mentioned restrictions could be lifted.

Essential Contact Numbers:
Magistrate Court 770-830-5874
Juvenile Court 770-830-5986
Probate Court 770-830-5840
State Court 770-830-5908
Carroll County Jail 770-830-5888
Carroll County Criminal Investigation Division 770-830-5916
Department of Public Health 770-836-6667

#CarrollCountyUnited #Weareinthistogether

SHARE: Let’s spread the word of how to stay healthy, not spread the virus! Together we can stop this virus in its tracks! Stay safe and stay healthy!

Check out or Facebook page for updates duing this time!

Public Notice for Court Operations

AMENDMENT TO MARCH 16, 2020 EMERGENCY ORDER REGARDING COURT OPERATIONS

In all civil and criminal cases, parties are required to electronically file all pleadings or communications to the Court using the PeachCourt electronic filing system. In the event that a party is unable to file via PeachCourt, then the party shall contact the Superior Court Clerk of Court at the following phone number and email:

Carroll County Clerk of Superior Court
(770) 830-5931
jury@carrollcountyga.com

Our Courts remain open but all communications are being directed away from face-to-face encounters. This action is being undertaken due to the ongoing spread of the Novel Corona Virus/Covid-19 in Carroll County.

Payments of fines are required to be paid online or by check or money order via U.S. Mail. Check or money order payments should be mailed to
the Clerk of Court of Carroll County
Alan Lee
Clerk of Court of Carroll County
P.O. Box 1620
Carrollton, GA 30112

If you have a court date pending it would be best to contact the courts to be sure that your case is still on the calendar and to receive further instructions of what to expect regarding Courthouse procedures.

Carroll County Court Contact Numbers:
Magistrate Court 770-830-5874
Juvenile Court 770-830-5986
Probate Court 770-830-5840
State Court 770-830-5908

 

 

Changes in the Sheriff's Office procedures regarding visitation and fingerprinting the public

Inmate visitations are suspended until further notice in an effort to reduce the number of people our employees and inmates come in contact with to ensure everyone's well being during this time.

There will be no public fingerprinting until further notice, again to reduce the amount of traffic of civilians in and out of the Sheriff's Office.

Our hope is that everyone in our community stays healthy, rested, and well, and we will come out better on the other side. We will keep the public posted on any new developments regarding visitation and fingerprinting and we appreciate everyone's understanding at this time. We are closely monitoring new information daily that is provided by the CDC (Center for Disease Control) and the Governor's Office so that we may continue to plan accordingly.

 

CCSO Careers

Ever thought of a career in Law Enforcement?

Well it all starts here with our Jail Staff and we want YOU to come join us!

Visit http://carrollsheriff.info/employment.php to download an application today and make your dreams a reality.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do you need Georgia Hunting education?

You need education to hunt in Georgia if you were born on or after Jan. 1, 1961.

Get Hunting certified in 3 steps.

  1. Study and pass the $28.95 online course.

  2. Print your online course completion document.

  3. Get ready to go hunting!

Georgia Department of Natural Resources Requirements

DNR Number
You'll need your GA DNR Customer ID Number to complete the course. Visit www.gooutdoorsgeorgia.com to locate your existing Customer ID Number or create a new one. Call 1-800-366-2661 (8AM–6PM Monday–Friday, 9AM–5PM Saturday–Sunday) or visit a local license agent for more information.

There is no minimum age requirement to take this online course.

You must be a resident of Georgia to take the online course.

 

Missing Person

 

 

Carroll County Jail Population Report

The Sheriff's Office offers access to our current Jail population report. The public can view information on who is incarcerated, what the subject is charged with, bond amount, if one is available, and arrest date. The page also shows a booking photo. To access the page follow the link below.

Carroll County Jail Population Report

Access can also be obtained by selecting the Community Information Tab and then going to CCSO Jail Population Tab

Georgia Law Regarding Inmate Photos

RE:          Dissemination of “Booking Photographs”


“Booking Photographs” No Longer Available On Website
Effective July 1, 2014, OCGA 35-1-18 takes effect which prohibits law enforcement agencies from posting booking photographs to a website; removes “booking photographs” from being obtained as “Open Records”; and prohibits the release of booking photographs unless certain conditions are met. In order to comply with those conditions the following procedure(s) shall take place immediately.

What Changed?
In the 2014 Legislative Session, HB 845 was introduced by Representatives Strickland of the 111th, Powell of the 171st, Rutledge of the 109th, Bruce of the 61st, Pruett of the 149th, and others. Both the House and the Senate passed the legislation with zero negative votes. It was signed into law by the Governor on April 24, 2014 to become effective July 1st, 2014.

Things to remember:

  • The Sheriff’s Office will no longer post “booking photographs” to our jail website.
  • All requests to obtain photograph(s) shall be made in person and shall be in writing on the approved affidavit
  • In addition to the written affidavit, the person requesting booking photographs shall provide pictured government identification (driver’s license, military ID, etc.) and a copy of the id shall be attached to the affidavit.
  • (If the requester is representing an organization or firm, proof of employment or such representation should be verified and attached to the affidavit.)
  • Further dissemination is prohibited except as provided for by law.

Click here for affidavit form

 

 

 

 

 

Carroll County Sheriff's Office is proud to announce it is a State of Georgia Certified Agency 


 

On September 15, 2010 the Carroll County Sheriff's Office became only the 15th Sheriff’s Office to become certified in the State of Georgia out of 159 counties.  Less that 15% of agencies eligible to achieve the State Certification have accomplished this objective.  We are very proud of our employees for the effort and professionalism they have displayed as we achieved this goal.