Nov 07 2022
by Super User

The Sheriff's Department is now hiring, click for more information!

You can download and fill out the application by clicking here.

Oct 18 2022
by Super User

Congratulations to Joseph Bazemore for completing the MRT class "Staying Quit"!

Oct 12 2022
by Super User

Congratulations to Jase Jeselnik for completing "Staying Quit" with the Comprehensive Stimulant and Substance Abuse Program. Jase Jeselnik is our third graduate from this program.

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Sep 15 2022
by Super User

Congratulations to Katherine Ponder, our wonderful School Resource Officer! Effective 9/15/2022 Deputy Ponder has been promoted from Corporal to Sergeant. We Love Sgt. "Kat" Ponder, and we know you do too!

Sep 02 2022
by Super User

Sheriff Kile would like to remind the citizens of Screven County about the laws restricting ATVs and UTVs being operated on the roadways of this state. We have experienced a rise in complaints and accidents with injuries involving these vehicles being driven upon the roads in Screven County. Deputies will be contacting persons who violate these laws in an effort to make the roadways safe for all persons to use. Please refer to Chapter 6 of Title 40 of the Georgia Code for all current laws regulating the operation of vehicles on the roadways or contact the sheriff's office with any questions about these laws.

Sep 01 2022
by Super User

If you, or someone you know, needs help to stop using substances, call SAMHSA’s National Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357) or TTY: 1-800-487-4889, or text your zip code to 435748 (HELP4U), or use the SAMHSA’s Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator to get help.

If you are feeling alone and having thoughts of suicide—whether or not you are in crisis—or know someone who is, don’t remain silent. Talk to someone you can trust through the. Call or text 988 or chat