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Mission
The mission of the Coweta County Sheriff’s Office is to provide the highest level of law enforcement service to all the citizens of Coweta County, and to create safe communities by building partnerships that work to prevent crime.

Sheriff of Coweta County
The Sheriff of Coweta County is Mike Yeager. 
Sheriff Yeager was first elected to the Office in 1993.

About the Office of the Sheriff in Georgia
The Office of the Sheriff was established by the Georgia Constitution. There is one Sheriff for each county of the State. The Office is filled by election every four years, making the Sheriff directly accountable to the people of the county, independent of the County Commission. Qualifications for the Office are established by statute. The Sheriff appoints deputies to assist him in carrying out the duties of the Office.

The Sheriff provides law enforcement services: patrolling the county to deter crime, responding to calls for service, and conducting criminal investigations. The Sheriff is the chief law enforcement officer for the county, with statewide power of arrest. In counties with a county police agency, the Sheriff may not provide primary law enforcement services.

The Sheriff maintains and operates the county jail, secures, supervises, and protects inmates, and provides them with food, clothing, exercise, and medical services.

The Sheriff is an officer of the courts. The Sheriff ensures the safety and security of the courts. The Sheriff or deputy attends all court sessions; acts as bailiff; takes charge of juries whenever they are outside the courtroom; serves court papers such as subpoenas, summonses, warrants, writs, and civil processes; and performs other court-related functions.

The Coweta County Sheriff’s Office is a full-service agency, providing primary law enforcement services to all portions of the county not served by a municipal police department. Services are provided through five divisions: Court Services, Criminal Investigations, Jail, Patrol, and Support Services. 

How to Get Service
The Coweta County Sheriff’s Office provides assistance on a call-for-service basis, providing primary law enforcement services to all portions of the county not served by a municipal police department. If you have an emergency, dial 911. If you need non-emergency law enforcement service, call the Sheriff’s Office at (770) 253-1502. During normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, excluding holidays), the receptionist will direct your call; at other times, the automated system will connect you to Dispatch. A Deputy Sheriff will be dispatched to assist you. Please call rather than going to the Sheriff’s Office. Except for the Jail, Sheriff’s Office facilities are open to the public only during normal business hours. Crimes must be reported and prosecuted in the county in which they were committed.
To contact the Jail, call (770) 253-1664. Jail facilities are open seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day.
To start a criminal investigation, an incident should be reported to the Sheriff’s Office by contacting a Deputy Sheriff (see Patrol, above). If the incident meets criteria, it will be assigned to an Investigator. Generally, misdemeanor incidents and incidents without leads are not assigned to an Investigator. Investigators may be contacted about their assigned cases through Reception.
Civil Unit, Transport Unit, and Warrant Unit may be contacted at (770) 253-1502, during normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, excluding holidays). Court Security Unit may be contacted at (770) 683-0150.
Sheriff's Secretary, Accounts Payable, Infirmary, Inmate Accounts, Personnel, Reception, and Records may be contacted at (770) 253-1502, during normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, excluding holidays).
Open Records
All open records requests for Coweta County Sheriff's Office records should be directed to the Records Custodian.  
Email: ccsoopenrecords@coweta.ga.us
Mail or Hand-delivery: Coweta County Sheriff's Office; 560 Greison Trail; Newnan, GA  30263 
Meetings with Sheriff Yeager, Command Staff, and Supervisors are available by appointment. Situations or problems are usually best-handled by the appropriate unit supervisor. Please allow our staff to refer you to the appropriate person for your situation.

Other Services
The Sheriff’s Office offers 
other law enforcement services including Sex Offender Tracking & Registry, Law Enforcement Canine Training, Mantracker Public Safety Training, Project Lifesaver, and Project SAFE.

The Sheriff’s Office offers community programs including ADAP, Citizens' Sheriff’s Academy, Firearms Fundamentals, Keeping Your Home Safe, Ladies Self Defense, Neighborhood Watch, PRIDE, and STOPPED.

For a listing of scheduled events, check the calendar of events.  

Partnerships
The Sheriff's Office cooperates with the Coweta County School System to provide School Resource Officers in middle and high schools, and Project S.A.F.E. instruction in elementary schools.

The Sheriff's Office tracks convicted sex offenders in Coweta County and maintains the Coweta Sex Offender Registry with OffenderWatch.
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The Sheriff's Office provides electronic monitoring with Project Lifesaver for persons with diminished capabilities, such as Alzheimer’s patients.

The Sheriff's Office maintains a Traffic Enforcement Unit begun with HEAT Officers from a Governor's Office of Highway Safety grant.

The Sheriff's Office and other local agencies partner to host annual Mantracker Public Safety Training.

The Sheriff's Office provides Canine Training for law enforcement agencies in the West Georgia area in association with the Alabama Canine Law Enforcement Officers Training Center.

Coweta County Sheriff’s Office
560 Greison Trail
Newnan, Georgia 30263
(770) 253-1502
(770) 254-1043 fax
CCSO@coweta.ga.us

Coweta County Sheriff's Office East Precinct
55 Literary Lane
Newnan, Georgia 30265
(770) 254-8922