Maysville, Georgia, Information:

Maysville is a town in both Banks and Jackson counties in the state of Georgia. In the 2010 census, the population of Maysville was 1,798. Since then it is estimated that about 100 people have moved into the town of Maysville.

The livability index in Maysville is 70, defined as “very liveable, and higher than both the average livability score in the state of Georgia of 65, or the national livability score of 67.
If we were grading Maysville on factors which make up the livability index, Maysville would receive:

  • “A” – crime and weather;
  • “B” – cost of living and employment;
  • “D” – housing and amenities; and
  • “F”” for education.

    Facebook Page for Maysville, Georgia:

    The Mayor of Maysville, Georgia is Mayor Richard Presley. His term expires on December 31, 2019.

    City of Maysville
    4 Homer Street
    Maysville, GA 30558

    Maysville, Georgia Crime Rates and Statistics:

    In 2016, the crime index in Maysville was 76.8, which was far lower than the U.S. average of 255.8. There were 31 reported crimes reported in Maysville in one year which tells you little unless you know the population of the town. To do this we use a base number of 100,000 people so we can compare the crime between cities. In Maysville there were 1,652 crimes for every 100,000 residents which was lower than the rate in the state of Georgia which averaged 3,402 crimes per 100,000 citizens. For comparison, the U.S. average was 2,837 crimes for every 100,000 individuals.

    For further comparison and accuracy of information, we can split the crimes into two kinds: violent and property. Violent crimes include rape, murder, robbery and assault. In Maysville there were no reported violent crimes during the measured timer period, which is obviously lower than the average number of violent crimes in the state of Georgia of 398 for every 100,000 individuals and lower than the national average of 386 violent crimes per 100,000 residents. Property crimes include theft, vehicle theft, and burglary. There were 1,652 property crimes for every 100,000 persons in Maysville while the average in the state of Georgia was 3,005 property crimes per 100,000 citizens. The national average is 2,451 property crimes for every 100,000 residents.

    As of March 2017, there were 22 registered sex offenders living in Maysville, Georgia, making the ratio of residents to registered sex offenders 107 to 1.

    Facts about crime in Maysville:

  • The overall crime rate in Maysville is 42% lower than the national average;
  • Maysville is safer than 80% of the cities in America;
  • Your chances of becoming the victim of a crime are 1 in 61 in Maysville; and
  • The number of total year over year crimes in Maysville has increased by 8%.

    Maysville, Georgia Police Department Address:

    Maysville Police Department
    4 Homer Street
    Maysville, GA 30558

    Other Information about the Maysville Police Department:

    The Chief of Police of the Maysville Police Department is Chief David Jackson.

    Facebook page for the Maysville Police Department:

    Open Records Request in Maysville, Georgia:

    Records requests from the city of Maysville should be submitted to the City Clerk, Barbara Thompson, at 706-652-2274 or via email

    City Clerk
    City of Maysville
    4 Homer Street
    Maysville, GA 30558
    Fax: 706-352-3511

    Record requests from the Banks County, Georgia Sheriff should be sent to:

    Record requests from Banks County, Georgia should be sent to the County Clerk, Jenni Gailey. She can be reached at 706-677-6902.

    County Clerk
    150 Hudson Ridge
    Suite 1
    Homer, Georgia 30547

    County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Maysville, Georgia:

    The Sheriff of Banks County is Carlton Speed. Sheriff Speed can be reached at

    Banks County Sheriff’s Office
    160 Windmill Farm Road
    Homer, Ga 30547

    To search for sexual offenders in Banks County:

    Facebook Page for the Banks County Sheriff’s Office:

    Banks County Jail
    160 Windmill Farm Road
    Homer, GA 30547

    If you believe that you have a warrant in Banks County it is suggested that you call the Sheriff at 706-677-2248.

    The Sheriff of Jackson County is Sheriff Janis Mangum. She is only the second female to be elected Sheriff in the state of Georgia. She began working in law enforcement with the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office in 1985 and was elected Sheriff on November 6th 2012. Sheriff Mangum can be reached at 706-367-8718 or by email.

    Facebook Page for the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office:

    Jackson County Georgia Sheriff’s Office
    555 Stan Evans Drive
    Jefferson, Georgia 30549

    To search the Jackson County Sex Offender Registry:

    Jackson County Adult Detention Center
    555 Stan Evans Drive
    Jefferson, Georgia 30549

    For information about inmates in the Jackson County Jail:

    For bonding information, including companies which are approved by the Jackson County Jail:

    There are many rules that are involved when visiting someone in jail and there are other visitors as well. It is easier for you, the staff, and the inmate who you are visiting if you dress modestly and appropriately, leave purses/cell phones/pagers in the car, bring a government issued photo ID, and do not bring illegal material or banned items into the jail.

    To keep the inmates, staff, and visitors safe, it is easier if you follow the rules of visitation and do not argue or question the staff. For the specific visitation procedures at Jackson County Jail:

    Most Wanted in Jackson County, Georgia:

    If you think you may have a warrant in Jackson County, you should contact the Sheriff’s Office at 706-367-8718.

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