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Uniform Patrol Division








Captain Jason Smith
(770) 531-6881


Under the command of Captain Smith, the Uniform Patrol Division is responsible for providing first responder law enforcement service to all residents of the county.


Patrol System


The Sheriff's Office operates a patrol system utilizing eight zones. The county is generally divided in half, with the patrol shifts operating out of a north precinct in Clermont and a South Headquarters in Braselton. More recently, the Hall County Sheriff's Office opened a precinct in Lula, allowing more patrol coverage on the east side of the county. 


Operationally, the north and south precincts mirror each other, with a system of overlapping shifts to ensure more manpower availability during peak hours. Within that system, the shifts are supervised by 10 sergeants (5 for each precinct) that serve as Watch Commanders, overseeing a total patrol force of 68 deputies. These deputies are responsible for answering all calls for assistance from the public, conducting preliminary investigations of suspicious or criminal activity, investigating motor vehicle crashes, and enforcing state laws and local ordinances.

In addition to their first responder duties, deputies of the Uniform Patrol Division also conduct specialized operations by serving in the following specialized assignments: 




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