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Gainesville, Georgia

Gainesville is a city in Hall County, Georgia, in the northern part of the state. Gainesville is also the County Seat of Hall County. Gainesville has a population of 33,804 people, and the mayor is Danny Dunagan. The city offices are located on Henry Ward Way.

City of Gainesville

City Hall

300 Henry Ward Way, Suite 303

Gainesville, GA 30501


Danny Dunagan, Mayor


In the year 2016, there were 3 murders in Gainesville. There were 14 reported rapes, 56 reported robberies, and 89 reported assaults. There were also 202 reported burglaries, 1,107 reported thefts, 96 reported auto thefts, and 3 reported arsons. There were 254 registered sex offenders living in Gainesville, as of June 2018.

Gainesville, Georgia – Police Station and Crime Statistics

In the year 2016, there were 1,567 reported crimes in Gainesville. This gave the city a crime rate of 3,975 per 100,000 persons. This is higher than the Georgia state crime rate of 3,402 per 100,000 persons and the United States national crime rate of 2,837 per 100,000 persons. Property crime is the most common crime in Gainesville.

The Gainesville Police Department is located on Queen City Parkway, and the Chief of Police is Jay Parrish. Kevin Gaddis is the Assistant Chief of Police. Divisions within the department include the operations bureau and the support services bureau.

Gainesville Police Department

701 Queen City Parkway, SW

Gainesville, GA 30501


Jay Parrish, Chief of Police


The Hall County Sheriff’s Office is located in Gainesville, and the sheriff is Gerald Couch. Divisions within the sheriff’s office include the administrative bureau, the enforcement bureau, and support services.

Hall County Sheriff

2859 Browns Bridge Rd

Gainesville, GA 30504


The Hall County Jail is located on Barber Road in Gainesville, and is headed by Casey Ivey and Joe Carter. The jail houses more than 1,000 inmates. Onsite visitation is only done via video, and an inmate can have one 30-minute visit per week, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or Saturday, between 8 am and 5:30 pm. All visits must be scheduled 24 hours in advance.

Hall County Jail

1700 Barber Road

Gainesville, GA 30507


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Gainesville, Georgia – Open Records Requests

Open Records Requests must be submitted through the Records Specialist, Sheryl Voyles. The Records Specialist is responsible for keeping track of records for the city.

Sheryl Voyles

300 Henry Ward Way, Suite 303

Gainesville, GA 30501


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