|Habersham County Sheriff's Office · 1000 Detention Drive · Clarkesville, GA 30523 · (706) 839-0500|
1. What is the difference between the Sheriff's Office and the Police Department?
The Sheriff's Office is an agency created under
the Constitution of Georgia while a police department is created
by the local governing authority, such as a county board of
commissioners or city council. The office of the Sheriff traces
its roots into deep into antiquity.
2. Who are considered sex offenders?
Sex offenders- person convicted of a criminal offense against a victim who is a minor or any dangerous sexual offense of this state, another state, territory, uniform code of military justice, or tribal court, must register within 72 hours after release from prison, placement on parole, supervised release or probation with the sheriff's office in the county where such person will reside.
Sexually dangerous predator- same as above but is determined most likely to commit another dangerous sexual offense.
3. How can I find out if there is a warrant for my arrest?
You can come to the Sheriff's Office located at 1000 Detention Drive Clarkesville, Ga.
4. How can I get the Sheriff's Office to help me recover my property?
A court order is required for us to legally assist you in the recovery of your property.
5. What are some bonding companies in the area?
County Sheriff's Office
1000 Detention Drive Clarkesville, Ga. 30523
Phone: 706-754-6666 Fax: 706-839-7065
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