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Hall County Sheriff Overview

Hall County is located in the north central region of Georgia, USA. Here, the total number of population is 190,761, and the county seat here is Gainesville. Hall County was established on December 15, 1818, from Cherokee lands. With a total area of 429 square miles, Hall County has the following zip codes:

30527 30531 30542 30543 30554 30564 30566 30575 30501 30504 30507 30506 30510

Sheriff Gerald Couch is the man responsible for keeping the county safe. He can be contacted through the following details:

Hall County Sheriff’s Office

1700 Barber Road, Gainesville, Georgia, 30507-3318

Phone: 770-531-6904 and 770-531-6905

Fax: 770-531-7150

Inmate Search in Hall County Detention Center  

Unfortunately, Hall County Detention Center doesn’t provide online inmate roster list service. Therefore, the best way to locate an inmate is to call at 770-531-6904 and communicate with a jail staff. When making an inquiry, you should provide the details of the inmate such as name, birthdate, ID number correctly.

Important Jail Policies and Procedures

According to the visitation policy of Hall County Detention, each visitor must go through a search procedure before entering the facility. Inmates are required to submit the name of the potential visitors in advance. The jail authority will use this information to process every visitation.

For sending funds, you will have to use Access Corrections. You can add or deposit funds over the telephone or the internet. For more information, you should call at (866) 345-1884 or visit

Sex Offender Search and Lookup

Every registered sex offenders are either listed on national or state based sex offender database. All these criminals have been charged with either a sex crime or a kidnapping crime. A sex offender is someone who has committed a sex-related crime including rape, incest, molestation, child pornography, etc. A sex crime is any illegal act that involves forced sexual conduct against a person. You can locate any sex offender at Hall County Detention Center if you navigate to the following link:

Bear in mind the search result will display the latest or last known addresses of the sex offenders where they are currently living on. You have to accept a disclosure to use the database.

Bail and Bondsman

The bail money is what you have to pay to get out of jail custody. Typically, the bail money is 10% of the total money charged for a crime offense. The court reviews the crime offense and decides the charges one should pay for whatever crime they have committed. If you are going financial trouble, you should get help from a bail bondsman. A licensed bail bondsman would post the bail money and charge a minimum of $100. In other cases, you might end up paying around 10-15% of the total bail money.

Looking For A Licensed Bail Bond Agent in Hall County?

Jessy Bishop

Jessy Bishop

5 out of 5 stars

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Sarah Mason

Sarah Mason

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Kristie helped make an uncomfortable and tough situation very pleasant and easy. No judgment – no tough questions…worked with me to make sure I understood everything. Was grateful for her professionalism and her grace. Bringing back in my friend took literally 7 minutes and we were done and on our way home. Highly recommend this company if you are ever in the situation where you need these services in Gwinnett County. Thank you!

Sonya Mueller

Sonya Mueller

5 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

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Hall County Jail
Address: 2859 Browns Bridge Rd, Gainesville, GA 30504

Hall County Sheriff's Office

Hall County Sheriff’s Office3 days ago

Hello Hall County! HCSO SMG II is trying to determine how to better communicate the ills of the jury duty phone scam in hopes everyone will hang up on the scammers.

Here’s the latest from this week…

The hard-working Community Service Officers in the department have been busy fielding phone calls and speaking with walk-in visitors here at the headquarters. They do that on a daily basis, but this week has had a theme to it – JURY DUTY PHONE SCAM.

In addition to phone calls and visits from folks who’ve been called and didn’t fall for the ploy, they’ve actually taken three reports from individuals who did surrender some of their hard earned dollars.

Look, the Internet is a grand thing, but it also gives criminals a pile of information to play with in their plotting.

As we mentioned last week, the scammers do their research. As of late, they’ve been using the actual names and ranks of HCSO folks when they make the calls. Here’s how it generally goes.

“Good _______, I’m “Rank, Name” with the Hall County Sheriff’s Office. I have a warrant for your arrest for missing jury duty (or other court appearance). In order to take care of this, I need immediate payment in the amount of $____. There’s a ____ (store) just down the street. Stay on the line with me and go to ____ (store). Get a _____card and put $____ on it. Now I need you to give me the serial number on the card.”

Some victims came to headquarters this week to pick up “papers” on the payments they made. It was only then that they learned they had been scammed.

Just the facts here – law enforcement does NOT do this. Please don’t fall for it. End the call and don’t give them the time of day.

Have a safe weekend Hall County.

HCSO SMG II

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Hall County Sheriff’s Office added 9 new photos.3 days ago

It’s always an exciting day when the new folks at the Sheriff’s Office are sworn in, officially becoming a part of the team that serves and protects the residents of Hall County.

On Thursday, May 17, 2018, Sheriff Gerald Couch administered the oath to six deputies, 14 jailers and three new members of the administrative staff.

We’re glad to have them on board!

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Hall County Sheriff’s Office shared a link.5 days ago

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Hall County Sheriff’s Office6 days ago

Thank you WWE Superstar A.J. Styles for your kind words about the HCSO ADVANCE program on Instagram! Deputy Don Parrish was a little excited, if you couldn’t tell.

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Hall County Sheriff’s Office is hoping for the best.6 days ago

HCSO SMG II here. For those of you over the age of about 35, I sound like a broken record. For the young Hall countians out there, I’m repeating myself.

The jury duty phone scammers were busy at it here locally last week, over the weekend and again today.

No made up law enforcement names in the latest scam attempts – the callers are getting the names of some of our esteemed command staff members and using them in the calls.

A quick recap of the scam…you get a call from someone claiming to be one of us (insert name/rank here.) The caller claims you’re in trouble for missing jury duty. The caller claims you need to make an electronic payment to correct this.

Broken record part…”Law enforcement doesn’t do this!”
Hang up (press end call).

Good luck

HCSO SMG II now hanging up.

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Hall County Sheriff’s Office added 10 new photos.7 days ago

Ten Hall County Sheriff’s Deputies representing several divisions in the agency recently completed the 40-hour Georgia Crisis Intervention Team Training (CIT) course.

The Hall County Sheriff’s Office hosted the latest installment of the class which concluded with a pinning ceremony on Friday, May 11, 2018.

CIT training provides law enforcement with the skills to assist people with mental illness and other brain disorders who are in crisis, according to the Georgia Public Safety Training Center (GPSTC).

“The training will also ensure that people with mental illnesses and other brain disorders always receive treatment, in lieu of incarceration in most cases,” GPSTC states.

Coursework ranges from classroom instruction to role-playing and visits to and with mental health experts specializing in a wide range of topics.

•Schizophrenia
•Mood disorders
•Developmental disability in adults, youth and adolescents
•Addictive and co-occurring disorders
•Alzheimer’s
•De-escalation techniques

Mark Newberry, an investigator with the Hall County Sheriff’s Office, said his biggest take-away from the course was a better understanding of individuals in the community and the knowledge and tools to better serve them.

“My job is more than making arrests,” Newberry said. “If I am able to help an individual or family in crisis, that makes all the difference to me. This class provided me the tools and knowledge to do that.”

In addition to the teaching of GPSTC Instructor Twantta Jennings, the class worked with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Hall County Chapter and NAMI Basics Instructor Gary McBride during the week.

Hall County Sheriff’s Office personnel were also joined by colleagues from several other agencies in completing the training.

•Banks County Sheriff’s Office
•Flowery Branch Police Department
•Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office
•Lawrenceville Police Department
•Stephens County Sheriff’s Office

“The students were a combination of individuals that supervisors felt could bring this training back to their respective departments and use it to make a difference,” Newberry added.

The following members of the Hall County Sheriff’s Office completed CIT:

Dep. Joel Buffington, Sgt.Charles Hewell, Dep. Joy Mayfield, Sgt. Brian McNair, Investigator Mark Newberry, Sgt. Andrew Ondo,Dep. Wes Pitzer, Dep. Brandon Pruitt, Sgt. Patrick Tolan and Sgt. Bradley Williamson

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