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No, you may also call the Lumpkin County 911 Center for non-emergencies. The number is 706-864-3633.
You can make a police report any time. You may either come to the Sheriff’s Office, or we can respond to you.
You can make a police report over the phone if it is not a complex issue. The officer will advise you when he/she discusses the nature of the report.
No, you can report someone missing at any time if you are concerned.
Yes! If it is not of an emergency nature, you can call the non-emergency number at 706-864-3633.
The Sheriff’s Office Tip Line is 706-482-2699. An automated recording answers. All calls/callers can remain anonymous.
You can call the Lumpkin County 911 non-emergency number at 706-864-3633 to report it, or complete an Extra Patrol Request Form.
Yes, you can use 911 on your cell phone to report drunk drivers.
To find out if someone is in Lumpkin County Detention, please visit our Inmate Check website, go to the Sheriff’s Office. For visitation and further information, call 706-864-0412.
To get a copy of a police report or accident, come to the main lobby of the Sheriff’s Office. Administrative hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Accident reports can be purchased online at BuyCrash.com or picked up at the Sheriff’s Office at no cost.
If you know the Investigator assigned to your case, simply call him/her. If you do not know, call the Criminal Investigations Commander at 706-482-2630. You may also contact the Victim’s Advocate at 706-482-2634.
Contact the Lumpkin County Probate Court at 706-864-3847.
Yes, if you are 21 years of age or older and meet the requirements for a concealed weapon permit, you may carry a weapon in your vehicle with or without a permit. Restrictions may apply. Please familiarize yourself with Official Code of Georgia Annotated (OCGA) 16-11-120, the “Georgia Firearms and Safety Act.”
No. We do not provide private transportation, but special circumstances may apply where we can assist. You can discuss your request with a Sheriff’s Supervisor by calling the non-emergency number at 706-864-3633.
The calls for service are answered by priority and availability of officers. Your call is important; however, it may not take priority over other emergency calls for assistance.
No, the Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office will not tow vehicles from private property. If you choose to have the vehicle towed, it will be by a wrecker service of your own choosing.
You can contact the Lumpkin County Magistrate Court at 706-864-7760 or 706-482-2449 for assistance.
For questions pertaining to barking dogs within the city limits of Dahlonega, you may call Dahlonega City Hall at 706-864-6133 and request the Code Enforcement Officer. There is no ordinance for barking dogs outside the city limits of Dahlonega. For any domesticated animal concerns, call Lumpkin County Animal Control at 706-482-2602 or, after business hours, the non-emergency number at 706-864-3633.
Yes, but only emergency messages will be delivered. Call the non-emergency number for assistance at 706-864-3633.
Yes, you can complete an Extra Patrol Request Form online or pick one up in the main lobby of the Sheriff’s Office.
Call the non-emergency number and request an officer, or call your phone company and request that a trap and trace or block be installed.
Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office does not solicit donations either by phone or by mail. If you are not sure, do not provide any personal information or credit card information to the requester.
To find out if a Civil Process was served, you may call the Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office Court Services Division at 706-4822433.
You may call the Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office Court Services Division at 706-482-2433.
Contact the Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office Court Services Division at 706-482-2433.
For serving permits, firearm license and civil background checks contact Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office Court Services Division at:Justice Center325 Riley RoadDahlonega, GA 30533
The office can be reached by phone at 706-482-2433.
Ms. Christina Callender is the Open Records Clerk for the Sheriff’s Office, and all requests must be addressed to her. Research, retrieval, copy, and other fees do apply for Open Records requests. For further information on Open Records, call 706-482-2634.