Temple, Georgia Information:

Temple, Georgia is a city that is in both Carroll and Haralson Counties on the border of Georgia and Alabama. During the official county in the 2010 census, the population was 4,228 but estimates from 2016 indicate that the population has increased to 4,378.

In 2017, Temple was rated #84 of 110 of the “Best Suburbs to Raise a Family in Georgia,: #96 of 110 of the “Most Diverse Suburbs in Georgia,” and #278 of 448 of the “Most Diverse Places to Live in Georgia,” and #84 of 110 of the “Best Suburbs to Raise a Family in Atlanta.”

The Mayor of Temple, Georgia is Michael C. Johnson can be reached at 770-562-3369 or via email at mjohnson@templega.us and works at City Hall
City Hall
240 Carrollton Street
Temple, GA 30179

Crime in Temple, Georgia:

In 2016, the crime index in Temple, Georgia was 196.2 compared to the national average of 274.7. The higher the number the more crime in that city which means that Temple has a lower than average crime rate as compared with the U.S. average.

In terms of total crime, the city of Temple had 2,841 crimes for every 100,000 persons which is lower than the state average of 3,402 for every 100,000 people and lower, but barely, than the national average of 2,837. Violent crimes are also lower in Temple than the averages elsewhere. The average of violent crimes in Temple in 254 per 100,000 people while the average for the state of Georgia is 398 for every 100,000 residents and the U.S. average is 368 per 100,000.

The overall crime rate in Temple is equal to the national average and Temple is safer than 40% of the cities in the U.S.. You chances of becoming the victim of any crime in Temple is 1 in 36, but the good news is that the number of total year over year crime has decreased by 19% in Temple, GA.
As of January 2018, there were 56 registered sex offenders living in Temple, Georgia.

Temple, Georgia Police Address:

Temple Georgia Police Department
240 Carrollton Street
Temple, GA 30179

Other Information about the Tenille, Georgia Police Department:

In 2015, there were eight (8) full-time police officers in Temple, meaning that for every 1,000 officers there were 3.59 which is higher than the Georgian average of 2.5 per 1,000 residents.

The Chief of Police in Temple, GA is Chief Crieg Lee. He can be reached via email clee@temple.ga. Of the eight police officers on the Temple Police Department, four (4) are PoliceOne Members.

Facebook Page of the Haralson County Sheriff Office and Jail:

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

The County Sheriff of Carroll County is Sheriff Terry Langley who is serving his fourth term as Sheriff after being elected in 2001.To contact him you can email him at info@carrollsheriff.com,
Sheriff of Carroll County’s Department
1000 Newman Road
Carrollton, GA 30116

The current Carroll County Jail is directed by Major David Johnson and Captain Shane Taylor. The current jail was moved from downtown Carrollton to the current location at 1000 Newman Road into a facility designed to house 100 inmates but as the population grew so did the need for beds and the facility at 1000 Newman Road, The Jack T. Bell Detention Center, was renovated to hold 597 inmates and the existing facility was re-designed to hold 85 beds.

Carroll County Jail
1000 Newman Road
Carrollton, GA 30116

Most wanted in Carroll County:

If you are concerned you may have a warrant in Carroll County, you should call 770-830-5488.
The County Sheriff of Haralson County is Sheriff Eddie Mixon at 770-646-2011 or via email at information@haralsoncountysherrif.org.

Current Inmates at the Carroll County Jail

Visitation Rules at the Carroll County Detention Center:

Inmate Handbook provided by the Carroll County Jail:

The physical address of the Harlasan County Sheriff’s Office
137 Hagnes Glass Road
Brenem,GA 30110

The address for the Haralson County Jail
224 Holly Street
Buchanan, GA 301103

Inmates recently booked into the Haralson County Jail

Most Wanted in Haralson County

Rules for visitors at the Haralson County Jail:

If you are concerned you have a warrant in Haralson County, please call 770-646-2011.

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