The mission of the Public Information and Community Services Unit is to join in partnership with the residents of Hall County to create safe communities, reduce the opportunity for crime, and to conduct outreach activities to promote strong relationships with our citizens.
The Public Information and Community Services Unit is the focal point for information and communications between the Sheriff's Office and the community. It conducts a variety of special events and outreach efforts, in addition to administering programs and services such as neighborhood watch, personal safety awareness, identity theft and fraud prevention, and property crime prevention. Home and business security surveys are also offered at no cost. Community Services officers are available to assist citizens with filing incident reports at the Sheriff's Office Headquarters and community precincts.
Contact for More Information
For information on these or other related topics, please feel free to contact us at the number or email address below. Additionally, a deputy is on duty Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., in the Community Service Office located in the front lobby of the Sheriff's Office located at 610 Main Street in Gainesville for walk-in reports and other information.
If you have a request for Sheriff's Office personnel or equipment for a special event, please email us.