McCaysville, Georgia, Information:

McCaysville is a city in the very north of Fannin County, a county located on the border of Tennessee and Georgia. The twin city of McCaysville, Georgia is Copperhill, Tennessee and they are situated along a river – the Toccoa River in Georgia and the Ocoee River in Tennessee. In 2010, the population of McCaysville was counted at 1,056 during the census; however, estimates from the year 2016 show the the population has increased to around 1,100 people.

The livability index in McCaysville, Georgia is 71, considered to be very livable, while the state average in Georgia is 65 and the national average is 67.

If the factors which make up the livability index are graded using a letter score, McCaysville would be:

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

    Facebook Page for McCaysville, Georgia:

    The Mayor of McCaysville, Georgia is Mayor Thomas Seabolt.

    City of McCaysville
    223 Blue Ridge Drive
    McCaysville, GA 30753
    706-492-4921

    McCaysville, Georgia Crime Rates and Statistics:

    In 2014, the crime rate in McCaysville, Georgia was 244.1, which is below the national average of 277.7. There were an estimated 1,788 total crimes for every 100,000 residents of McCaysville, Georgia, a rate which is lower than both the Georgia state average of 3,402 crimes per 100,000 people and the national average of 2,837 crimes for every 100,000 persons. If we look at only the violent crimes, there were an estimated 209 violent crimes per 100,000 people. Again this rate is lower than either the average in the state of Georgia of 398 violent crimes per 100,000 individuals or the national average of 386 violent crimes for every 100,000 people. An estimated 1,579 property crimes occur for every 100,000 people in McCaysville, Georgia. The rate in the state of Georgia is 3,005 property crimes for every 100,000 citizens and the national average is 2,451 property crimes per 100,000 residents.
    As of March 2018, there were seven (7) registered sex offenders in McCaysville, Georgia.

    Quick facts about crime in McCaysville:

  • The overall crime rate in McCaysville is 37% lower than the national average;
  • McCaysville, Georgia is safer than 54% of the cities in the United States; and
  • In McCaysville, Georgia you have a 1 in 56 chance of becoming a victim of a crime.

    McCaysville, Georgia Police Department Address:

    McCaysville Police Department
    163 Blue Ridge Drive
    McCaysville, Georgia 30555
    706-492-4636

    Other Information about the McCaysville Police Department:

    The Police Chief of the McCaysville Police Department is Chief Michael Early.

    In 2014, there were five (5) full-time law enforcement employees, all of them officers. That means that for every 1,000 residents there were 4.71 officers in McCaysville while the average in the state of Georgia was 2.51 officers for every 1,000 citizens.

    Open Records Request in McCaysville, Georgia:

    For records in McCaysville, Georgia, you should contact the City Clerk at 706-492-4921.

    City Clerk
    P.O. Box 6
    McCaysville, GA 30555

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

    The Sheriff of Fannin County is Sheriff Dane Kirby who has been the Sheriff since 2009.

    Fannin County Sheriff’s Office
    645 West 1st Street
    Blue Ridge, GA 30513
    706-632-2044

    Facebook Page for the Fannin County Sheriff:

    Fannin County Sex Offender Registry:

    The Fannin County Adult Detention Center is staffed by 16 officers, including Captain Greg Newman, and Lt. Jill Huffman.

    Fannin County Adult Detention Center
    645 West 1st Street
    Blue Ridge, GA 305153
    706-632-2045

    Money for Inmates –
    Accounts are set up for inmates upon arrival at the Detention Center. Family and friends can come to the lobby of the Detention Center and use the kiosk to put money in the inmates accounts or you can do it online at jailatm.com.

    Commissary –
    Available for inmates who have money on their accounts. Inmates who are indigent are provided hygiene and medical services free of charge.

    Medical Services –
    Available to all inmates. Within 14 of days of arrival a complete medical screening is done on all inmates. After that, an inmate can request medical services for a $5.00 co-pay. Dental services are available only if the service is paid for by the inmate in advance to a local dentist.

    No information is provided on the Fannin County website on visitation, phone calls or mail to or from inmates, so you should call the Detention Center at 706-632-2045 for any other questions.

    If you are concerned that you may have a warrant in Fannin County, you should call the Sheriff’s office at 706-632-2044.

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