31001 Sheriff

See 31001 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.


Wilcox County Sheriff's Office 103 North Broad Street Abbeville GA 31001 229-467-2737


Dodge County Sheriff's Office 5401 Anson Avenue Eastman GA 31023 18.2 miles from 31001 478-374-8133

Ben Hill County Sheriff's Office 402 East Pine Street Fitzgerald GA 31750 18.9 miles from 31001 229-426-5100

Pulaski County Sheriff's Office 350 Commerce Street Hawkinsville GA 31036 22.5 miles from 31001 478-783-1521

Turner County Sheriff's Office 1301 Industrial Drive Ashburn GA 31714 26.7 miles from 31001 229-567-2401

Telfair County Sheriff's Office 19 East Oak Street McRae GA 31055 26.7 miles from 31001 229-868-6621

Irwin County Sheriff's Office 400 South Irwin Avenue Ocilla GA 31774 27.1 miles from 31001 229-468-7459

Crisp County Sheriff's Office 196 Georgia 300 Connector Cordele GA 31015 27.8 miles from 31001 229-276-2600

Bleckley County Sheriff's Office 306 Southeast 2nd Street Cochran GA 31014 28.4 miles from 31001 478-934-4545

Dooly County Sheriff's Office 576 Pinehurst-Hawkinsville Road Pinehurst GA 31070 28.5 miles from 31001 229-645-0920

Wheeler County Sheriff's Office 113 West Railroad Avenue Alamo GA 30411 34.6 miles from 31001 912-568-7808

Tift County Sheriff's Office 225 Tift Avenue North Tifton GA 31794 36.7 miles from 31001 229-388-6054

Worth County Sheriff's Office 201 North Main Street Sylvester GA 31791 42.5 miles from 31001 229-776-8211

Coffee County Sheriff's Office 101 South Peterson Avenue Douglas GA 31533 43.2 miles from 31001 912-384-2865

Laurens County Sheriff 511 Southern Pines Road Dublin GA 31021 43.4 miles from 31001 478-272-1522

Jeff Davis County Sheriff's Office 15 Public Safety Dr Hazlehurst GA 31539 44.1 miles from 31001 912-375-6600

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office 310 Broad Street Mount Vernon GA 30445 45.6 miles from 31001 912-583-2363

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.