Meriwether County Sheriff’s Office has been providing law enforcement services to the citizens of Meriwether County since 1818. Our office is located in the County Seat of Greenville, Georgia.
The Sheriff’s Office employs sworn law enforcement deputies, certified detention officers, a very competent administrative staff and operates 24 hours a day and 7 days a week to provide professional law enforcement and promote community involvement. The Meriwether County Sheriff’s Office is committed to providing our communities with transparency standing ready to serve and protect.
Meriwether County spans 503 square miles with a population of over 21,000 people. The Sheriff is responsible for law enforcement response in the unincorporated areas of the county and assists the municipalities as the need arises. The Meriwether County Sheriff’s Office operates the Meriwether County Detention Center in Greenville and is responsible for security for all Judicial Proceedings.
Our law enforcement divisions include:
- Administrative and tactical support
- Court Security / Civil Services
- Criminal Investigation
- Jail Division
- North Precinct
- Records Division
- School Resource Officers
The Sheriff’s Office employs sworn law enforcement deputies, certified detention officers, a very competent administrative staff and operates 24 hours a day and 7 days a week to provide professional law enforcement and promote community involvement.
The Meriwether County Sheriff’s Office is committed to providing our communities with transparency standing ready to serve and protect.
School Resource Officers
Our School Resource Officers have a strong presence in our schools, building relationships with our educators and children to ensure a safe environment for all.
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Meriwether County Board of Commissioners names new leadership team for Meriwether County Fire Rescue(Greenville, GA) – The Meriwether County Board of Commissioners is pleased to announce the selection of a new leadership team for Meriwether County Fire Rescue naming Alan Smith as the new Fire Chief and Danny Stephens as Assistant Fire Chief. Read on...
Advance Voting for the November 3, 2020 General/Special Election will begin on Monday, October 12, 2020 at 8:30 AM and will conclude on Friday, October 30, 2020 at 5:00 PM. Read on...
Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is keeping all options available to voters. The Georgia absentee ballot portal will allow you to quickly request an absentee ballot and receive confirmation that your request is being processed. Read on...
Meriwether County Sheriff Chuck Smith issues a public safety notification related to a recent uptick in phone scams in our area. Read on...
“Our community garden produced one of our most bountiful harvest this year. The rainfall along with our watering efforts paid off significantly. We are grateful for that due to the circumstances that many are facing right now. Read on...
GBI Press Release on two in Meriwether County charged with Sexual Exploitation of Children and more. Read on...
Sheriff Chuck Smith reported that his agency had made an arrest for the offenses of Incest, Aggravated Child Molestation, Sodomy, Eaves Dropping and Unlawful Surveillance 4 counts, and Sexual Exploitation of a Child by Manufacturing Child Porn 2 counts. Read on...
“This past week Kimble Carter of Kimble’s Commissary had his VP William Pendergraph contact my Chief Deputy Byron Hadley regarding a donation of food items to our personnel during these uncertain times that we are experiencing Read on...