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Franklin County Sheriff Overview  

Franklin County is located in the northeast part of Georgia, USA where the total number of population is 22,009. Franklin County was established on February 25, 1784, and here, the county seat is Carnesville. Franklin County is named in honor of patriot Benjamin Franklin. This county has a total area of 266 square miles. The zip codes of this county are – 30521 and 30639.

Sheriff Steve Thomas is leading law enforcement figure around the county. You can reach him if you use the following details:

Franklin County Sheriff’s Office

1 James Little Street PO Box 310

Carnesville, Georgia, 30521

Phone: 706-384-2525

Email: 632@franklincosheriff.net

Fax: 706-384-4886

Inmate Search in Franklin County Jail

Franklin County Jail doesn’t maintain an online inmate roster list. Therefore, the fastest way to locate a prisoner is to call at 706-384-2525 and communicate with a jail staff. When making an inquiry, be sure to provide the inmate details such as name or ID number or birthdate correctly. It will get you fast results.

Important Jail Policies and Procedures

According to the visitation rules of Franklin County Jail, you need to register your name in advance. When visiting the facility, you have to carry a valid government ID or driving license as proof of documentation. Besides, all visitors must be 18 years of age, and anyone with a prior record of felony or probation would face a denial of visitation.

For sending mail or postcards, you have to use the U.S. Postal Service as it’s the only way you all incoming mail are accepted by the jail administration. When sending, you should use the following mailing address:

Franklin County Jail

Inmate Name

1 James Little Street PO Box 310

Carnesville, Georgia, 30521

Sex Offender Search and Lookup

Every registered sex offender is listed on either on state or national based sex offender database. All of these criminals have been convicted of either a sex crime or a kidnapping crime. According to the law, a sex offender is a criminal who has committed a sex-related crime including Rape, Child Pornography, Statutory Rape, Sexual abuse of a minor, and Sex trafficking. A sex crime is an illegal act that involves forced sexual conduct against a person. You can locate a sex offender in Franklin County if you navigate to the following links:

Bear in mind that the search result will display the latest or last known addresses of the sex offender. You have to accept a disclosure to use the database.

Bail and Bondsman

Bailing someone out of Franklin County Jail is easy if you post the bail money to the court. The bail money is 10% of the total money charged for a crime offense. The court will review the offense and decide the total amount of money that you have to pay as charges for your committed crime. If you are financial distress or if you cannot pay the bail money in cash, a bail bondsman would come handy. A bail bondsman would post the bail money and charge at least $100. In other cases, you might end up paying around 10-15% of the total bail money.

Franklin County Jail
Address: 1 James Little St, Carnesville, GA 30521

Franklin County Sheriff’s Office KY

Sheriff’s Office Normal Business Hours ~ 502.875.8740
Emergencies ~ 911
Non-Emergencies and After Hours ~ 502.875.8582

Franklin County (Kentucky) Sheriff’s Office
Sheriff Pat Melton
24 Hour Service
Administrative office Hours are below

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We had some great training today from the UL Trauma Medical team Stop the Bleed . Dr Glen Franklin and his team from UL. We had Deputies, Officers and Troopers from all over our Commonwealth. It was a great morning and afternoon session. Deputies learned how to properly use a tourniquet and how to pack a wound. Excellent training that very well may save a life. Thanks so much to UL Trauma Team and Josh Goss for helping get us this invaluable training.

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Tonight’s district basketball tournament at Western Hills High School will be held as scheduled. We will have additional sheriff’s deputies on hand and fans will not be permitted to enter the building with handbags, purses, bags or backpacks. There will be no exceptions. Admission to the tournament will be through the main doors of the school building.

#OneTeamFCS

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This morning another message was written on a wall at Western Hills High School, basically stating that we have caught the wrong person. Although we believe it is a student trying to create panic and disruption in our building, we are taking this very seriously and are exhausting all efforts to identify the person responsible. We now have a heightened police presence at school to ensure that our students are safe, and we have additional law enforcement officers from the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, the Frankfort Police Department and the Kentucky State Police working on the investigation.

Because this is an ongoing law enforcement investigation, there are some things we cannot share, but we will keep parents and the community apprised of the situation as we are able to do so. We appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding as we deal with this matter.

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From Western Hills High School Principal Greg Roush

Dear Parents,
I know some of you are wondering why you haven’t heard from me a second time today….

After you received my initial One Call this morning about the first rumor of some threats, we received two more situations that had to be dealt with.
The first was not actually a threat as much as it was poor judgment: This morning, one curious student was on their Chromebook looking up the caliber of the gun used during the Florida School shooting. Another student standing behind this student took a photo of the Chromebook screen and posted it on Snapchat with the caption, “OMG.” We very quickly pulled that student, investigated the situation and determined that there was never any threat or danger to any students in the building.

Immediately after that situation occurred, a student reported to us that a threatening statement had been written on the wall in a restroom. School administrators and the school resource deputy immediately began investigating and identified students we believed were involved. We spent the rest of the day interviewing students and following up on information that we hope will lead to an arrest.

I personally assure you that there was not a single moment when our students or staff were in any danger. The social media distractions became another problem that we had to deal with, and our focus on these issues prevented us from notifying parents of this information earlier, either via One Call or in writing. Hence this message.
With all this said, I need your help: Please have a conversation with your child tonight about what they should do if they see or hear of a threat of any kind. Please remind them to immediately notify a teacher, administrator or another adult in the building. Encourage them not to spread it over social media, it only creates bigger problems and panic in the community. I promise to keep you informed as soon as I can about anything of concern.

Thank you for all that you do for our students, and I apologize to the many of you who have emailed or called me for I have been unable to return those messages. As you might expect, I’ve received close to a hundred emails, text messages and phone calls about this issue today and I have not been able to respond to all of them.
Sincerely,

Greg Roush
Principal
Western Hills High School

Greg Roush
Principal
Western Hills High School
100 Doctors Drive
Frankfort, KY 40601
502-875-8400

It is the mission of Western Hills High School to provide a well-rounded and challenging educational environment that places an emphasis on personal responsibilities, respect for individual differences, and inquiring minds so that students can develop the skills and abilities to be productive members of society.

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Statement regarding threats of violence today…

Like numerous school districts across the country, the Franklin County Schools today received several threats of violence.

The Franklin County Schools and the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office take every threat seriously. We have investigated each of these threats and determined that at no point were any students in danger. To be clear, none of our schools have gone into lockdown mode, as there was no need to do so.

All of our schools have been advised to be extra-vigilant during this time, and we are working closely with the FCSO and other law enforcement agencies to identify, investigate and address any and all threats and concerns.

Let there be no question that we will identify those responsible for any threats against our schools and we will immediately move to expel any students who are involved. We also will prosecute those responsible to the fullest extent of the law.

I want to reassure parents that the safety of our students is our highest priority. We also want to remind parents that they need to have conversations with their students about the need to tell school officials about any threats rather than sharing about them on social media, which only leads to confusion and misplaced concern. We will fully investigate each and every threat that is reported to us.

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