COFFEE COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
To Serve and Protect
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CONTACT US

825 Thompson Drive
Douglas, GA 31535
(912) 384-4227

(912) 384-7675

coffeecountysheriffsoffice@gmail.com

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ADMINISTRATIVE 

OFFICE HOURS

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Portrait Memorializes Coffee County's Fallen Officers

Friday, May 26, 2017

 

     Sheriff Doyle Wooten and the staff of the Coffee County Sheriff's Office were joined Friday morning by family members of former jail officer, Sgt. Eric Dewayne Smith, in remembrance of Smith's contributions to the local community.

     Sgt. Smith lost his life in an automobile accident on May 2, 2007, while assisting Coffee County deputies.

     On Friday, Smith's portrait was hung in the lobby of the Coffee County Sheriff's Office alongside those of other Coffee County fallen officers, Deputy Herman Edward Smith (09/06/1963) and Staff Sergeant Clyde Almond "Tub" Merritt (01/03/2000).

     

Local Officers Memorialized

Pictured, left to right, are Chief Deputy Joe White, Det. Michael Vickers, K-9 Officer Chris Rozar (brother of Sgt. Smith), Charlotte Duckworth (mother of Sgt. Smith), Jail Administrator Kim Phillips, and Sheriff Doyle Wooten.

Lt. Eugene Paulk Speaks to Douglas Kiwanis Club;

CCSO's Boo, K-9 Unit Visit First Academy

Lt. Paulk Speaks to Kiwanis

Coffee County Sheriff's Office Assistant Jail Administrator Lt. Eugene Paulk addressed the Douglas Kiwanis Club during their regular meeting on April 25. Pictured are Ed Bagwell, Lt. Paulk, and Julie Macomber Vickers, Kiwanis Club President-Elect. Photo courtesy of the Douglas Kiwanis Club. Wednesday May 17, 2017 

CCSO Receives Thank You Notes from First Academy

     The Coffee County Sheriff's Office was honored to recently receive dozens of "thank you" notes from students at First Academy. K-9 officers, handlers, and the dog, Boo, visited the school last week to give students and faculty a demonstration of the activities involved with the county's K-9 unit.  The students' notes were greatly appreciated, as well as their thoughts and prayers. Photo by Jamie Hersey: Wednesday May 10, 2017

CCSO DONATES TO BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB

Pictured, left to right, are Coffee County Sheriff Doyle Wooten, Michael Brown of the Boys & Girls Club of Coffee County, Detective Jamie Hersey, Maggie Brown, and Mollie Brown.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Coffee County Sheriff's Office Donates

to Boys and Girls Club of Coffee County

Tuesday, May 16, 2017 

     The Coffee County Sheriff's Office donated six two-way radios to the Boys & Girls Club of Coffee County. According to Michael Brown of the Boys & Girls Club, the radios will be placed in each classroom of at the local center and will be utilized by club associates. Brown stated the donation will provide a much-needed resource and thanked Sheriff Wooten and staff for their continued support of the Boys & Girls Club. 

     Pictured, left to right, are Coffee County Sheriff Doyle Wooten, Michael Brown of the Boys & Girls Club of Coffee County, Detective Jamie Hersey, Maggie Brown, and Mollie Brown.

CCSO, DPD Awarded H.E.A.T. Grant 

Extension for Fifth Consecutive Year

Thursday, November 10, 2016

     The City of Douglas Police Department and the Coffee County Sheriff’s Office recently received a joint, one-year extension to the 2012 Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic (H.E.A.T.) Grant from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety in the amount of $111,719.42.

     The H.E.A.T. program is a multi-jurisdictional program with one officer from the Douglas Police Department and one officer from the Coffee County Sheriff’s Office who each have the authority to patrol the city and county.

     The purpose of the H.E.A.T. program is to decrease accidents on Georgia’s highways by focusing on DUI’s, aggressive drivers, speeders, seatbelts, child restraints and other causes of fatalities on highways. Each entity will receive equal shares of the grant which includes salaries, benefits, travel, training, telecommunication equipment, and operating expenses for the two officers. 

     The HEAT Grant will fund 60% of the cost for the expenses with the local governments sharing the 40% required match.

H.E.A.T. Grant Awarded to CCSO, DPD

H.E.A.T. officers Tommy Groll (left) with the City of Douglas Police Department and Jacob Adams (right) with the Coffee County Sheriff’s Office.

Thursday, November 10, 2016

     Coffee County Sheriff's Department Officers recently spoke to the Douglas Kiwanis Club on the K-9 Unit and local drug enforcement. Chris Rozier, Dean Willard, and "Boo the Drug Dog" presented to the group on Tuesday, July 25 at the Flyin’ Cowboy restaurant.
     Officer Rozier discussed issues with drug use in Coffee County and how the K-9 unit enhances law enforcement. The two officers, along with "Boo" their drug dog, provided a demonstration on how a K-9 unit works to locate drugs.

     For more information on the Drug and K-9 Unit, please contact the Sheriff's Office at 384-4227 or coffeecountysheriffsoffice@gmail.com.

CCSO Officers Speak to Kiwanis Club

Drug Unit Speaks to Kiwanis

CCSO officers recently spoke to the Douglas Kiwanis Club. Pictured (L-R): Chris Rozier, Duane Carr, and Dean Willard. (July 27, 2017 - submitted photo)

SPECIAL MESSAGE FROM THE DOT

ROAD CLOSURES

*Iron Road

*Route 135 - Perimeter Road
(Monday through Friday
from 7 pm - 7 am)

Local educational institutions and other organizations interested in having a K-9 demonstration at their school or business are encouraged to contact Coffee County K-9 Officer Chris Rozar at (912) 384-4227.