Under the supervision of Bryan Wright, the Civil Division is committed to providing professional security services to the courts of Habersham County in order to maintain integrity of the judicial process and ensure the safety of those who work in or visit court facilities.
The Habersham County Sheriff's Office Civil Division carries out responsibilities to the Habersham County Court systems. These responsibilities include:
- Out of state extraditions
- Serving civil and criminal subpoenas and summonses on victims, witnesses and defendants.
- Serving other civil and criminal court papers.
The Habersham County Sheriff's Office Civil Division is located at the entrance of the Habersham County Court House, 295 Llewellyn Street, Clarkesville, GA 30523.
If you have a question regarding the Civil Division, please contact Captain Bryan Wright at (706)839-0566 or email .
Superior Court (706)839-0300
State Court (706)778-0800
Probate Court (706)839-0320
Magistrate Court (706)839-0350
The Habersham County Sheriff's Office recognizes that a dog's sense of smell is much more sensitive than a human's. Canines can be trained to detect a wide variety of specific odors. Canines are trained to alert to the presence of these odors with a learned response such as sitting or lying quietly. K9 Roxy and her handler Sergeant Eugene Kemp have been serving the state of Georgia for Eight and a half years as part of the Explosive Ordinance Detection Team for Georgia Emergency Management (GEMA) and Homeland Security. They train to Homeland Security and GEMA standards and are required to obtain approximately 16 Hours of training every month. Their team demonstrate operational proficiency in their working environment. The Sheriff's Office successfully secured federal grant money through GEMA to help fund our Canine Unit. K9 Roxy is highly trained to detect explosives and firearms-related evidence. K9 Roxy and Sergeant Kemp's duties include working side by side with Federal and State Agents, and local police officers to seek out explosives, guns and spent ammunition evidence. In addition, they secure major public events, schools, and Federal buildings, statewide for explosives that may be in those areas.