Community Champion Awards – 2018

On Saturday, April 28th, Sheriff Tim Pounds, and several other community leaders were honored at the 2018 Youth Business Tank event hosted by Evolving Excellence. This organization “is a youth empowerment group dedicated to teaching students solid business skills, providing programs that build self-esteem while helping students to identify the value in others, as well as seminars to strengthen parenting skills.” The event Saturday night gave students a chance to pitch their business ideas in a “Shark Tank” like setting, as well as served as a venue to spotlight community leaders who have had a positive impact on teens and their families. Sheriff Pounds would like to thank Evolving Excellence for the recognition, and we are looking forward to working closely together in the future.



Gang Activity Town Hall Meeting

Sheriff Pounds attended tonight’s town hall meeting on gang activity hosted by the Douglasville Police Department. Topics included how to talk to your kids about gangs, identifying gang activity, and Georgia’s gang laws and statues. If you suspect gang activity in your area, you can call the Douglasville Police Department at 770-920-3010 or the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office at 770-942-2121.


New Hires April 2018

Congratulations to our new hires:

4 Jailers:

  • C. Carter
  • R. Bryant
  • W. Miller
  • D. Brooks

1 Bailiff:

  • B. Mallory

1 Deputy

  • J. Carton

Third Annual Spay & Neuter Fundraiser

The Third Annual Spay & Neuter Fundraiser was held over the weekend at Deer Lick Park, and one of our inmate work crews helped to set up tables and decorations for the event. More pictures from the event can be found on the Facebook pages for Douglas County Happenings and Mike Mulcare.