Chatham county ga police department

Chatham County

Who's YOUR Sheriff? Educate yourself about the life and servant leadership of Sheriff Mike Roberson! Learn about the man behind the smile by clicking below.

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Thank you for visiting our page! We are proud to serve Chatham County as first responders, community leaders, and volunteers. Click the link below to learn more about our agency.

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE HOURS: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday-Friday, except holidays.

MAJOR DIVISIONS & SERVICES:

  • Administration

  • Animal Resources

  • Investigations & Victim Services

  • Patrol

  • Special Operations

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For more information about upcoming Basic Law Enforcement Training in Chatham County, click below or visit the Central Carolina Community College webpage.

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Are you interested in giving back to your community through the Sheriff's Office? Learn how you can get certified to volunteer as a member of our team! All volunteers must be at least 18 years of age and successfully complete our Sheriff's Training Academy for Residents (STAR) Program.

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***IMPORTANT NOTICE: Fingerprinting services for employment purposes or NEW CCW permit applications are by APPOINTMENT ONLY! Please call ahead to 919.542.2811 to schedule your visit.***

For more information on obtaining a Gun Permit, click here. If you wish to check the status of an existing application, click here.

If you want to apply to Carry a Concealed Weapon, click here.

Sours: https://sites.google.com/view/chathamcountysheriffnc/home

Contact Information for Assistance (24/7)

Receiving and Discharge/Booking — 912-651-3700
Front Lobby — 912-652-7785
Shift Commander — 912-652-7710


Sheriffic News - Fourth Quarter 2020


Inmates that mail letters to their families and friends should start using the following return address:

JailATM.com – Chatham County Jail
INMATE ID # - Inmate Full Name
925B Peachtree Street, NE, Box 2062
Atlanta, GA  30309

All letters marked Return to Sender will be destroyed if received after Feb. 22, 2021.

Inmates should be mindful that if their family or friends send money orders or certified checks for deposit in your account, these items should be addressed:

Chatham County Sheriff’s Office
Finance and Accounting Services
Inmate ID # - Inmate Full Name
1050 Carl Griffin Drive
Savannah, GA  31405

Mail not correctly addressed will be returned to sender.

Soft cover books (ordered through a commercial vendor), magazine subscriptions, legal mail, and religious material should still be addressed to:

Inmate ID # - Inmate Full Name
Chatham County Jail
1074 Carl Griffin Drive
Savannah, GA  31405

*Note:  Only the above listed items are authorized to be received in the mail.  All other items will be considered contraband and will be destroyed.


SPECIAL NOTICE

Thursday, June 17, 2021 - Sheriff John T. Wilcher of the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office has issued the following statement:

Be aware of current phone call scams stating the individual is from the Chatham County Sheriff's Office, you missed jury duty and will be arrested if you do not pay a fine. Some call stating they are from social security and the Internal Revenue Service. One of the phone numbers, amongst many others the scammers are using is 912-348-0973.

The Chatham County Sheriff's Office does not collect payment over the phone. Legal matters are only communicated in person.

If you receive a call and are uncertain about the situation, hang up and contact the Chatham County Sheriff's Office directly to inquire 912-652-7634.

Previous Special Notices

  • Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - COVID-19 Update
  • Monday, December 21, 2020 - COVID-19 Update
  • Tuesday, December 15, 2020 - COVID-19 Update
  • Friday, December 11, 2020 - COVID-19 Update
  • Wednesday, December 9, 2020 - COVID-19 Update
  • Monday, August 31, 2020 - COVID-19 Update

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The mission of the Chatham County Sheriff's Office is to enforce state law and provide the finest public safety services to the people of Chatham County, which includes protecting the judiciary, executing orders of the courts, supporting our law enforcement partners and providing for the care, custody and control of legally incarcerated inmates.

 

Message From Sheriff John T. Wilcher

Let me take this opportunity to welcome you to the Chatham County Sheriff's Office Web Site. Inside, you will find information about our agency and its various functions.

Also included in this site are phone numbers and E-mail addresses that you can access for further information as well as our 'Frequently Asked Questions' page for general and specific information.

This site will be updated on a regular basis, so I encourage you to visit often. You can reach me at (912) 652-7609 or (912) 660-1012.

 

Who We Are

The Chatham County Sheriff's Office serves all the municipalities and unincorporated areas of Chatham County. The men and women of the Sheriff's Office are highly trained in a variety of areas to ensure that the citizens of our community are served the highest levels of professionalism and excellence. Our core values follow the acronym SHERIFF:

  • Safety
    We keep law, policy and procedure at the forefront of our organization as to provide the safest environment for our officers, inmates and citizens.
  • Honor
    We take pride in every action, every day and ensure that our conduct and performance is a reflection of the upmost professionalism.
  • Excellence
    We exhibit the highest standards of law enforcement service and personal responsibility both on- and off-duty.
  • Reliability
    We serve citizens equally and consistently, always showing fairness, dignity and respect.
  • Integrity
    We strive to uphold the highest moral standards and treat all people with respect.
  • Focus
    We remain focused on our obligation to protect the citizens of Chatham County by providing a well-trained staff that has the highest standards of honesty and ethical conduct.
  • Family
    We are not just employees, we are family members.
Sours: https://sheriff.chathamcountyga.gov/
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Our Commitment
Honor, Integrity and Service


Message From Chief Jeffrey M. Hadley

Nothing is more important to the men and women of the Chatham County Police Department than providing a safe community for everyone who lives, works and visits here. Community policing is the foundation of our department, and transparency is an important part of the relationships we continue to build. We want everyone to have a clear understanding of the expectations of every officer, every time they report for duty.

Our Use of Force Policy clearly details how our officers are expected to respond when a situation has the potential to escalate, and might require an officer to act to protect bystanders or themselves from physical harm or death. Chatham County Police Department officers are held to the highest standards, and we encourage you to learn more about our Use of Force policy and training efforts by visiting here.

The Chatham County Police Department adheres to the standards and best practices of The Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc.

Anyone who believes they have information regarding police misconduct can contact the Chatham County Police Department’s Office of Professional Standards at 912-650-6101, or by emailing Capt. Dean Fagerstrom at [email protected]

And, if I can be of assistance, please do not hesitate to email me at [email protected]

Proud to serve,

Chief Jeffrey M. Hadley
Chatham County Police Department


Who We Are

The Chatham County Police Department serves the unincorporated areas of Chatham County, which is roughly 196 square miles of the County. The men and women of this are highly trained and dedicated to the service of the citizens of their community. These are the core values every member in the department:

  • Professionalism
    Taking pride in our actions, duties, development and appearance
  • Respect
    Treat all people in a dignified and courteous manner, exhibit understanding of all ethnic and cultural diversity, both in action and deed
  • Integrity
    We strive to adhere to moral and ethical principles at all times
  • Service
    We provide quality service in a courteous efficient and accessible manner
  • Equality
    We are committed to treating all people impartially and with unbiased judgment
  • Honor
    We serve with honor through our actions, conduct, and job performance.
Sours: https://police.chathamcountyga.gov/

Chatham County Police Department

Chatham County Police Department, GA

Chatham County Police Department

Officer Doreen E. McCumber | Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Patrol Officer Frank A. Kania | Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Police Officer Daniel Alexander Hodgson | Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Lieutenant Dennis Witherington | Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Patrolman Harry H. Akins | Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Sergeant William M. Sheppard | Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Police Officer John J. O'Riley | Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Police Officer William S. Winn, Jr. | Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Sergeant Perry L. Anderson | Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Police Officer W. Frank Godbold | Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Patrolman William R. Mitchell | Chatham County Police Department, Georgia
Chatham County Police Department, Georgia

Total Line of Duty Deaths: 11

  • Automobile crash 1
  • Gunfire 5
  • Heart attack 1
  • Motorcycle crash 2
  • Struck by vehicle 1
  • Vehicular assault 1

By Month

  • March 2
  • May 1
  • June 1
  • August 1
  • September 1
  • October 2
  • November 3

By Gender

Sours: https://www.odmp.org/agency/621-chatham-county-police-department-georgia

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Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department

The Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department was the primary law enforcement agency for the city of Savannah, Georgia, United States, as well as Chatham County, Georgia.[1] It was founded in 2005 when the Savannah Police Department and the Chatham County Police Department merged.

In June 2017, the Savannah-Chatham Metro Police Department split after 12 years for being unable to resolve issues of poor response times,[2] the legality of the Mayor of Savannah naming the police chief, and other issues.[3] Now the city is policed by the Savannah Police Department and the unincorporated parts of Chatham County (starting on Feb 1, 2018) by the newly formed Chatham County Police Department. The Chatham County Sheriff's Department will aid the County Police until they are fully staffed.

The new chief of the Chatham Police Department is Jeffrey M. Hadley.[4] On August 27, 2018, Roy W. Minter, Jr. became the Chief of Police of the Savannah Police Department.[5]

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Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Savannah-Chatham_Metropolitan_Police_Department

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