Harrison Sheriffs

See Harrison GA Sheriffs and search free public sheriff records. Sheriffs are law enforcement officers which enforce laws and keep public order. Sheriffs are usually elected by their regional counties.


Johnson County Sheriff's Office 230 Donovan Harrison Road Wrightsville GA 31096 5.9 miles from Harrison 478-864-4003


Washington County Sheriff's Office 132 West Haynes Street Sandersville GA 31082 11.9 miles from Harrison 478-552-3186

Jefferson County Sheriff's Office PO Box 72 Louisville GA 30434 22.3 miles from Harrison 478-625-7538

Laurens County Sheriff 511 Southern Pines Road Dublin GA 31021 25.5 miles from Harrison 478-272-1522

Wilkinson County Sheriff's Office PO Box 161 Irwinton GA 31042 26.0 miles from Harrison 478-946-2236

Emanuel County Sheriff's Office 125 South Main Street Swainsboro GA 30401 27.8 miles from Harrison 478-237-7526

Glascock County Sheriff's Office 74 East Main Street Gibson GA 30810 29.1 miles from Harrison 706-598-2881

Truetlen County Sheriff 5064 South 3rd Street Soperton GA 30457 32.1 miles from Harrison 912-529-3222

Hancock County Sheriff's Office 67 Spring Court Sparta GA 31087 36.9 miles from Harrison 706-444-6471

Twiggs County Sheriff's Office 37 North Ash Street Jeffersonville GA 31044 37.2 miles from Harrison 478-945-3357

Baldwin County Sheriff's office 119 Old Monticello Road Northwest Milledgeville GA 31061 37.9 miles from Harrison 478-445-4891

Warren County Sheriff's Office PO Box 626 Warrenton GA 30828 40.2 miles from Harrison 706-465-3340

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office 310 Broad Street Mount Vernon GA 30445 45.6 miles from Harrison 912-583-2363

Burke County Sheriff's Office 225 Georgia 24 Waynesboro GA 30830 45.7 miles from Harrison 706-554-2133

Jenkins County Sheriff's Office 112 South Masonic Street Millen GA 30442 45.8 miles from Harrison 478-982-4211

Mcduffie County Sheriff's Office 751 Public Safety Dr Thomson GA 30824 46.2 miles from Harrison 706-595-2040

About Sheriffs

A sheriff is an elected law enforcement official for a county. Sheriffs usually have policing jurisdiction over unincorporated areas of the county, though in some states, sheriffs have jurisdiction throughout the state.

In many locations, the sheriff also runs the county jail.

The sheriff keeps records on criminal arrests, incidents reported to the sheriff, traffic collision reports, and other records. Many of these records are available to the public.