Starting Salary Up To $58,220

Enjoy a three-day weekend every other week.


Enforces all correctional institution rules and regulations; maintains inmate discipline; maintains a secure and peaceful environment in the county jail. Supervises, observes, and monitors inmate activities inside the facility on a continual basis; supervises inmates working in the jail and while in the yard; takes counts of inmates as required. Monitors security of jail facility; manages key control for the housing floor; inspects doors, fences, and other areas to assure facility security; monitors alarms and observes closed-circuit television screens; operates security doors and gates via master control panel. Searches inmates, visitors, mail, cells, building, and grounds to locate and remove contraband or weapons; perform lockdown of all inmates and checks cell doors.

Processes incoming inmates per established procedures; takes pictures and fingerprints; completes applicable documentation; secures and records personal property; explains jail rules and regulations; assigns housing quarters....

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Starting Salary Up To $62,228

Must possess a Georgia Basic Law Enforcement POST certification


Enforces all local and state codes, ordinances, laws and regulations, both traffic and criminal, in order to protect life and property, to promote security, and to maintain law and order. Patrols designated areas via motor vehicle, watercraft, bicycle, or on foot to detect and deter criminal activity, watercraft transgressions, and traffic violations; conducts surveillance and investigations into illegal activities. Prevents/discovers commission of crime; apprehends, arrests, and processes criminals, fugitives and offenders; writes citations. 


Responds to calls relayed by dispatchers, including alarms, domestic disputes, assaults, burglaries, traffic accidents, lost or missing persons searches, rescue operations, public service duties, stranded motorists, or other calls for assistance...


Must possess a Georgia Basic Law Enforcement POST certification

Must have THREE YEARS of Law Enforcement experience


Enforces all local and state codes, ordinances, laws and regulations, both traffic and criminal, in order to protect life and property, to promote security, and to maintain law and order.


Establishes positive public relations with the general public; attends community meetings; educates the public on laws, law enforcement, crime prevention, drugs, domestic violence, and/or abuse; fingerprints children at special events. Patrols and provides security to school campuses; provides structured education classes to community youth regarding violence, guns, drugs, prisons, gangs, death, juvenile court, adult court, conflict resolution, benefits of education, and related subjects; provides counseling to students; investigates crimes committed on school property; acts as liaison between juveniles and parents, school administration, court officials, juvenile agencies and other agencies.


Starting Salary Up To $56,588

Must possess a Georgia Basic Law Enforcement POST certification

Enforces all local and state codes, ordinances, laws and regulations, both traffic and criminal, in order to protect life and property, to promote security, and to maintain law and order.


Provides courtroom security; maintains a security presence in the courtroom to ensure the safety of court personnel, to identify/prevent disturbances of court proceedings, and to identify/prevent potential violence or use of weapons; assists with courtroom proceedings and documentation process as required.


Conducts security checks of courthouse offices, judges' chambers, parking lots, or other areas of courthouse; performs electronic and visual security screening of jurors, spectators, or other individuals; secures inmates in court; secures and detains new prisoners.


Starting Salary - $36,457.00 

Reviews the database or calendar for scheduled releases: interprets court paperwork dictating when releases are to occur and lengths of sentencing, bond amounts or when no bond is available; processes scheduled releases; enters release data in the record management system; makes any necessary notations.


Provides information to public regarding posting bond; determines type of bond needed for an inmate’s release; answers questions regarding bond conditions, forms, fees, and related issues; collects fees and processes cash for bond fees, purge fees and other court associated monies during the release process.


Processes files of inmates being released on bond; completes bond forms; reviews applicable bond conditions with inmate; gathers appropriate signatures; utilizes the Georgia Crime Information Center (GCIC) system to complete checks for outstanding warrants or holds for inmates prior to release; submits files to supervisors for review.


Coordinates actual release of inmates; communicates with detention center security staff; reviews and submits appropriate forms and paperwork...


Starting Salary - $39,488.00

Performs multiple tasks simultaneously, takes appropriate actions, and remains calm under all circumstances. Answers multiple telephone lines; enters data into Criminal Justice Information System computer system. Receives officer-initiated requests for information. Contacts various other departments to resolve problems with requests received or with entries into CJIS. Assists other jurisdictions as requested; contacts surrounding law enforcement agencies for assistance when needed. Provides the general public with directions/referrals, answers to citizen complaints/concerns, and other information requested regarding the community or situation.


Enters/retrieves a variety of data into/from GCIC/NCIC, and/or in-house computer; modifies, locates, maintains, saves, and/or clears files/records within database; records information manually into appropriate logs when computer is out of service.   Runs criminal and driver histories and computer background checks; handles inquiries on driver’s licenses (OLNs), vehicle identification numbers/tags, warrants/summons, stolen articles/property, wanted/missing persons, and guns. 


Starting Salary - $37,973.00

No weekend work is required. Hours will be 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon - Fri


Assists citizens with filing open records requests, record restrictions, taking payments, providing receipts, and answering requests internally and externally which involves research for reports and statistics. 

Printing, redacting and preparing reports for media on daily basis. 

Processing and logging in of incident report attachments, accident report attachments, making copies of reports, collecting mail and distributing to appropriate individuals, filing completed report attachments after data is entered into the system...

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Starting Salary - $45,551 to $59,216

The purpose of this classification is to perform skilled, professional-level graphic design and produce digital and print communications in order to support the Sheriff's Office and ensure consistent branding within the Sheriff's Office Communications Division. The primary work emphasis is on digital communications channels, including the agency's website, apps, and social media. 

Assists with the coordination of media relations activities for the agency: answers media inquiries, provides interviews and information to members of the media; determines appropriateness and timeliness of information to be released; drafts press releases and distributes them to the media.  Conducts press briefings from incident scenes, program locations and agency facilities.

Assists with the development of a comprehensive social media strategy; remains up to date with social media trends, best practices, and technologies and implements change to improve results.

Assists with design, production, and publication of various digital and print communications materials, brochures, newsletters, and other publications: designs and proofread...