Sex Offender Registry
The Hall County Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Registration and Tracking (SORT) Unit performs several duties involving registered sex offenders and sexual predators living and working in Hall County. People who are convicted of certain crimes are required to register with the Sheriff's Office of the county in which they reside or are employed.
The SORT Unit ensures that any known sex offender that lives or works in the county registers with the Sheriff's Office within the allotted time frame required by Georgia law. The SORT Unit also checks residences and employment locations of the sex offenders to ensure that they are in compliance with Georgia law.
Sex Offender FAQs / Map / Search / Email
The Hall County Sheriff's Office along with the Hall County GIS Department have provided the citizens with a mapping tool. This mapping tool provides the locations of all registered sex offenders living in Hall County. When accessing the site, users can search by sex offender name, by valid address in Hall County or by simple zooming in on the map near an area of interest. This map also shows the areas in which sex offenders are not permitted to live due to the address being within 1,000 feet of certain established areas according to Georgia law.
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Hall County Sexual Offender Locator Map
- Hall County Sexual Offender List (PDF)
- GBI Sexual Offender Search Tool
Sex Offender Registration Policy
Anyone who is a sex offender and is required to register in with the Hall County Sheriff's Office must report to the below location in accordance with the laws of Georgia.
The sex offender needs to bring with them some form of photo identification and have all the required information with them. Failure to report to the Hall County Sheriff's Office within the required times stated by law may cause criminal action to be taken. Furthermore, failure to report at the established times set by the Hall County Sheriff's Office as stated above or failure to produce the required documentation or information at the time of reporting to the Hall County Sheriff's Office may also cause criminal action to be taken. These times set forth by the Hall County Sheriff's Office meet the time requirements of the laws of Georgia.
Lt. Cameron Parker
Hall County Sheriff's Office
2859 Browns Bridge Road
Gainesville, GA 30504
Records Unit - (770) 531-6877
Fax - (770) 536-0483