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Seminole County Sheriff Overview

Seminole County is in the southwestern region of Georgia, USA. With 8,945 inhabitants, Seminole County’s county seat is Donalsonville. This county was formed on 2, 1920 and it was named after the Seminole tribe of Native Americans. Seminole County has a total area of 257 square miles. The zip codes of this county are 39859 and 39845.

Sheriff Heath Elliott is leading law enforcement figure around the county. He can be contacted through the following details:

Seminole County Sheriff’s Office

208 Court Street

Donalsonville, Georgia, 39845

Phone: 229-524-5115 ext. 113

Fax: 229-524-8528

Inmate Search in Seminole County Jail

Unfortunately, Seminole County Jail doesn’t provide online inmate roster service. In that case, you need to call at 229-524-5115 ext. 113 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 date of birth correctly. It will get you fast results.

Important Jail Policies and Procedures

The following is the visitation schedule at Seminole County Jail:

  1. Morning (10:00 AM – 1:00 PM)               
  2. Afternoon (4:00 – 6:00 PM)
  • o    MONDAY            —     WOMEN   
  • o    TUESDAY            —      MEN          —      A – B – C – D – E – F              (Last Name)
  • o    WEDNESDAY     —      MEN          —      G – H – I – J – K – L                (Last Name)
  • o    THURSDAY         —      MEN          —      M – N – O – P – Q – R – S     (Last Name)
  • o    FRIDAY                —      MEN          —      T – U – V – W – X – Y – Z       (Last Name)

You can communicate with a prisoner through mail or postcard. Note that you must send inmate mail via the U.S. Postal Service. The jail administration will check all incoming mail for the contraband issue. When sending mail or letter, you should use the below mailing template:

Name of the Inmate

Seminole County Jail

208 Court Street

Donalsonville, Georgia, 39845

Sending funds to an inmate’s account at Seminole County Jail is easy if you use the Kiosk Machine, which is located in the front lobby of the sheriff’s office. You should remember that there are two different kiosk machines – one for commissary and another for phones. You can also deposit funds to an inmate’s account via the postal money orders or cashier’s check. You must send funds using any other above methods before midnight on every Monday. Besides, you can even make an online deposit by going to the following address:

Sex Offender Search and Lookup

Every registered sex offender is listed on either national or state based sex offender database. All these criminals have been convicted of either a sex crime or a kidnapping crime. According to the law, a sex offender is someone who has committed a sex crime including rape, child pornography, statutory rape, incest, and sexual abuse of a minor. A sex crime is any illegal act that involves forced sexual conduct against a person. You can identify any sex offender at Seminole County Jail if you navigate to the following link:

You should remember that the search result will display the last known or primary addresses or block of the sex offenders where they are currently living on. You have to accept a disclosure to access information from the database.

Bail and Bondsman

Typically, the bail money is 10% of the total money charged for a crime offense. The court will review the crime and set a fixed sum of money as fees for the crime. If the bail money set is too high or if you are going through financial trouble, you should get help from a bail bondsman. A bail and bondsman would charge a minimum of $100 and post the bail money to the court. In other cases, you might end up paying around 10-15% of the total bail money.

Seminole County Jail
Address: 208 Court St, Donalsonville, GA 39845

Seminole County Georgia Sheriff's Office

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Proud of our 9-1-1 Communications Officers. They have been named the 2019 Georgia Emergency Communications Team of the Year. They were nominated for their hard work and dedication during and after Hurricane Michael. Paula Whaley, Pam Helms, Rhonda Glover, and Morgan Cross.

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Sending prayers to Glascock County Georgia on the loss of their officer.

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Seminole County Georgia Sheriff’s Office2 months ago

On Sunday, January 13, 2019 at 7:34pm, a concerned parent called the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office 911 Dispatch. The parent stated that students at the Seminole County Middle High School were told the week before by another student not to come to school on Monday, January 14th. This was believed to be a threat.

School Resource Jeffrey Lawson was contacted immediately and soon after he was notified, he contacted the complainant and also talked with the student who made the statements.

The threat was taken seriously and the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office, along with the Seminole County schools, took precautionary measures to ensure the safety of the students at the schools. The Seminole County Sheriff’s Office thoroughly investigated this incident and concluded that the statements that were made were not meant to have been taken seriously and that the statements were taken out of context.

The safety of our students is our top priority in dealing with these incidents. It is important to contact Seminole County Sheriff’s Office and the Seminole County Schools IMMEDIATELY if any threats or comments are heard that are of concern.

The Sheriff’s Office can be reached by calling 911 or 229-524-5115. The number for Seminole County Middle High School is 229-524-5135 and the number for the Seminole County Elementary School at 229-524-5235.

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