Sheriff Kip C. Thomas
Madison County Sheriff's Office - 1436 Highway 98 West - Danielsville, Georgia 30633 - 706 795-6202 - Fax: 706 795-2999
706 795-6202
706 795-6202
It is the mission of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office to maintain social order within prescribed ethical and constitutional limits while also providing professional law enforcement, detention, and communications services. We will enforce the law in a fair and impartial manner, recognizing both the statutory and judicial limitations of police authority and the constitutional rights of all persons.
The Administrative Division of the Madison County Sheriff's office is located at 1436 Hwy 98 W Danielsville. We are open Monday - Friday from 8 a.m to 4 p.m. If it is before or after hours, or you need a deputy to be dispatched to your location, please call our 911/Communications Center at 706-795-2101 for immediate assistance . This Administrative Office is the office to call for a copy of an accident or incident report.

The Jail Division maintains the jail for the county. It is responsible for housing inmates and the security of the facility. This division also processes bonds, and transports inmates to court appearances, medical/dental facilities, and state detention facilities.

The Criminal Investigations Division is responsible for follow-up and investigation of crimes that are reported in Madison County. The Criminal Investigations Division also has an investigator, Pat Holl, who is responsible for the monitoring of Sex Offenders in our county. Lt Jimmy Patton is the Chief Investigator and head of this Division.

The Uniform Patrol Division is the most visible division of the Madison County Sheriff's Office. This division is responsible for answering all calls for service, traffic enforcement, serving civil papers, and conducting security checks throughout the county. It is divided into 4 shifts, each working 12hr/day to provide 24 hour protection.

The Training Division is responsible for maintaining training records for all officers, offering classes so that officers can meet the statutory required 20 hours of training per year.