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Echols County Sheriff Overview

Echols County is located in the south of Georgia, USA. With a population of 4,057, Echols County’s county seat is Statenville. This county was formed in 1858, and it was named after Robert Milner Echols (1798–1847). Echols County has a total area of 421 square miles, and the zip code of this county is 31648.

Sheriff Randy Courson is leading law custodian of this county who conducts patrols across the county to keep the citizens safe. He can be contacted through the following details:

Echols County Sheriff’s Office

109 General Deloach Street

PO Box 189, Statenville, Georgia, 31648

Phone: 229-559-5603

Fax: 229-559-5678

Official Website:

Inmate Search in Echols County Jail

Echols County Jail doesn’t maintain an online inmate roster list. Therefore, the fastest way to locate an inmate is to call at 229-559-5603 and make a direct inquiry to the jail staff. When communicating, you should provide the first and last name of the inmate or ID number or birthdate.

Important Jail Policies and Procedures

Echols County Jail visitation schedule is from Monday – Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. You can register your name for visitation if you call at 229-671-2999. Keep in mind the visitors must be 18 years of age. When visiting the facility, you must carry a valid government-issued photo ID as a proof of documentation.

You can send mail or postcards to any inmate at Echols County Jail if you use the U.S. Postal Service. When sending, be sure to follow the below mailing template:

Echols County Jail

Inmate Name

109 General Deloach Street

PO Box 189, Statenville, Georgia, 31648

For sending commissary funds, you should use postal money orders or cashier’s check. Inmates need this fund to buy hygiene products or foods from the commissary store.

Sex Offender Search and Lookup

Each registered sex offender’s information is recorded on either national or state based database. All these sex offenders have been charged with either a sex crime or a kidnapping crime. A sex offender is someone who has committed a sex crime including Rape, Statutory Rape, Sexual Assault, Incest, Child pornography, and molestation. A sex crime is any illegal act that is forced sexual conduct against a person. You can locate any sex offender at Echols County Jail if you navigate to the following links:

Remember that the search result will show you the latest or primary addresses of the sex offenders you are looking for. You have to accept a disclosure to use the database.

Bail and Bondsman

You can get any prisoner out of Echols County Jail if you post the bail money. The bail money is 10% of the total money charged for a crime offense. After reviewing the crime offense, the court will decide how much money a person should pay as charges for whatever crime they have committed. If you are financially insolvent or if you cannot afford to pay the bail money, a bail bondsman would come handy in this situation. A licensed bail bondsman would post the bail money and charge at least $100. Others might charge anything between 10% and 15% of the total bail money.

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East Point Police Department

Reviewed from Google

1.8 out of 5 stars

Blue Ant

Blue Ant

1 out of 5 stars

posted 6 days ago

I can see why this area is full of crime. Part of the reason is police don’t do anything when you report crimes. I was a second away from getting assaulted and even have evidence of the person yelling at me and approaching me with a weapon. I did the right thing and got to a safe area to called the police. When they showed up they didn’t seem like they wanted to help at all. Let alone make an arrest. The police officer asked me SO WHAT DO YOU WANT TO DO? After hearing both sides. And tells me about a long process to press charges. The guy was already guilty. Where I live in Gwinnett the criminal would have been arrested on the spot because they take domestic violence very seriously. If anyone lives, works or happens to have to be in this area. Protect yourself and just have your lawyer ready. The police are just as ghetto as the people. Well most of them judging by experience. Calling the police department to ask about your report status is a nightmare. Like I said, just as ghetto as the people who live here.

Fabiola Martinez

Fabiola Martinez

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

I called today to report two young men running with a plasma and what it seemed a tablet, dropped it off at the abandoned house across mine. And the caring and respectful dispatcher said “yeah we still can’t proof that the tv is not theirs” Of course you can’t if you don’t do your work! Somebody can later report these items missing right. If they belong to them , why would they be running down the street with a plasma and a tablet and hiding them in an abandoned backyard. It doesn’t take college degrees to figure out stuff. It’s common sense. I have great respect for police officers and for the Police Department but your dispatchers are careless, rude and they take forever to answer the emergency line.

C. Mark bruster

C. Mark bruster

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

I am currently at a Chevron Gas Station on Cleveland Avenue in the East Point area of ATLANTA, GEORGIA,
and I MUST admit that I have always known this area to be a rough, or dangerous, area for some people. Especially if that person is not paying attention to their surroundings, and/or engaging in “questionable” behavior or “activities”!
(You know the type of person that I am referring to.. .)

But THIS IS A FIRST FOR ME, and I wanted to share it. I want to share it for a few separate reasons.

for the AMAZING JOB ALL OF YOU DO of keeping this area safe (again, ESPECIALLY considering the reputation of the area)! And because of you, AND MANY OF THE LOCAL COMMUNITY MEMBERS that wish to help you keep it safe, the negative reputation of the area is decreasing and the “average” people that would normally avoid this area, or skip this Expressway Exit, are increasingly visiting thr local businesses.

That is not an easy task for ALL OF YOU that are working so hard here!

2. I was impressed with the fact that this Chevron Gas Station displays quite a few “SAFETY ORIENTED” Signs and Notices. NOT ONLY using “pin-up” postings and notices, but ALSO incorporating these Safety Notices into their Fuel Pumps and other equipment!
While simply facing the Fuel Pump while fueling my vehicle, I was greeted with 3 or 4 of these Safety Notices JUST WITHIN my small field of view. And they are formatted in such a way as to grab your attention no matter where you look at the Pump, using different color schemes and size formats.
Taking one small step backwards toward the vehicle and sweeping my view left to right, I am able to see even more notices and warnings that CERTAINLY cannot be missed!

In closing,
Thank You,
Atlanta P.D.,
for prioritizing Customer Safety and also the protection of the Customer’s belongings!
I observed your great efforts in just one small area that made a lasting positive impression on me, and I am happy to share it with everyone else, including those that MAY NOT have felt SAFE and SECURE in this area in the past!

Maybe others will hopefully learn from your example.

Thank You!

Echols County Jail
Address: 109 General Deloach Street Statenville, GA 31648

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