Douglas County Sheriff's Office, GA

8470 Earl D. Lee Blvd | Douglasville, GA 30134

770-942-2121

A Message from Sheriff Tim Pounds

Law enforcement must become more involved within their local communities. We have to get out and interact with people and their children so that we make personal connections. The community has to see that these men and women are truly there to serve and protect them. This will be accomplished by making the officers get out of their cars and make positive contacts with members of our community. 

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Visitation Information

To visit inmates, you MUST REGISTER ONLINE by midnight for the next day's visitation.

In order to visit inmates at the Douglas County Jail, you MUST REGISTER ONLINE 24 hours in advance of when you would like to visit. Visitations are scheduled for no later than 7:40 pm.

We no longer permit visits without an online registration.

Log on to the visitation site to register. If you have not completed online registration, you will not be permitted a visit.

Additionally, we have two telephone lines for reaching the Visitation Officers:
678-486-1273 and 770-920-4917.

Dress Code
In an effort to maintain a family-friendly atmosphere, we ask that you familiarize yourself with and follow the dress code when coming to visitation. Anyone violating the dress code will be asked to correct the problem or leave. Repeated violations will result in loss of visitation privileges. Your cooperation is appreciated and will ensure that your visit is not delayed.

  • No low cut shirts
  • No short-shorts (shorts should extend past the fingertips when arms are extended by your side)
  • No spandex or form-fitting clothing
  • Pants should be worn at the waist
  • No clothing with obscene or vulgar images or writing

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May 25, 2018 @ 12:09am
#MultipleEnteringAutos

On May 24, 2018 Sheriffs officials were notified about several entering autos that had occurred in the overnight hours in the Central Church/ Reid Rd area. In one instance, a... https://t.co/Ah2vvk26S6
May 24, 2018 @ 7:27am
#ForSale 2004 Lincoln Navigator

Cash auction to be conducted on July 3rd on the steps of the Douglas County Courthouse at 10:00am. The vehicle will be available for inspection by the public beginning... https://t.co/tue2tZ8vOt
May 22, 2018 @ 11:47pm
So far this year, 67% of traffic fatalities in Georgia were either unbelted or their belt use was unknown. This is why we continue to do the Click It or Ticket campaign. Seatbelts can help save lives! #buckleup #clickitorticket https://t.co/qOBZN3M8uK DCSheriffGA photo
May 22, 2018 @ 11:46pm
Spreading Mulch at Master Garden:

Some of our inmates spread mulch at the Douglas County Master Gardeners' Plant-A-Row for Hunger vegetable garden last week. https://t.co/NhGJPR22eM
May 22, 2018 @ 4:28am
Please welcome our newest personnel. Left to right: Patrol Deputy Recruit T. Hewitt, Jailer T. Duncan, Sheriff Tim Pounds, Jailer N. Roper, and Courthouse Deputy Recruit J. Carter. https://t.co/YgGDeRR8Mr
May 20, 2018 @ 11:09pm
#HandsFreeGA goes into effect July 1.

House Bill 673 also known as the “Hands-Free Law” was passed by the Georgia General Assembly and signed into law by Governor Nathan Deal. The Hands-Free Law will take effect on July 1, 2018.... https://t.co/VxZ0Z6zchy