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Lookout Mountain Judicial Drug Task Force P.O. Box 466 LaFayette, GA 30728 Email: WALKER COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE David Gilleland, Agent DeWayne Brown, Deputy Commander/ Agent Jennifer Hollifield, Secretary LAFAYETTE POLICE DEPARTMENT Patrick Doyle,  Commander/Agent FT OGLETHORPE POLICE DEPARTMENT Greg Cross, Agent DADE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE Matt Cole, Agent DRUG TASK FORCE CONTROL BOARD Sheriff Steve Wilson, Chairman Sheriff Ray Cross Commander Patrick Doyle Sheriff Gary Sisk, Catoosa Buzz Franklin, DA Sheriff Mark Schrader Chief Benji Clift, LPD Phone: 706-638-5570 Fax:706-638-5574

Walker County Sheriff’s Office

105 South Duke Street

LaFayette, GA 30728

(706) 638-1909

Sheriff Steve Wilson ext. 1231

Major Mike Freeman ext. 1224

Kim Jones Administrative Assistant ext. 1231

Lieutenant Steve Rogers, Sr. ext. 1247

Court Services

Captain Anthony Gilleland ext. 1237

Laura Parker Division Secretary ext. 1229

Jody Green Warrants ext. 1227

Sandra Battles GCIC ext. 1221

Detective Division

Captain Steve Rogers Jr. ext. 1245

Lieutenant Burt Cagle ext. 1269

Melissa Harris Division Secretary/Records ext.1223

Amber Lovelady Division Secretary/Sex Offender Registration ext. 1272

Detective Sergeant Mike Hinch ext. 1253

Detective Sergeant Richie Dye ext. 1288

Detective Sergeant Walt Hensley ext. 1239

Detective Sergeant J.B. Mullis ext. 1238

Detective Sergeant William Davis Child Abuse ext. 1254

Detective Sergeant Michelle Brown ext. 1270

Detective Sergeant Dewayne Steele ext. 1240

Detective Sergeant Allen Ellenburg ext. 1263

Evidence Custodian/TAC  Sergeant Mitzi Lands ext. 1244

Evidence Custodian/Certifiaction Manager Sergeant Donnie Phillips ext. 1275

Detention Division Captain Philip Street ext. 1295

Administrative Assistant BelvaHensley/Commissary ext.1249

Lieutenant Monica Silmon ext. 1264

Shelia Smith Medical ext. 1248

Training Division

Sergeant Pat Cook ext. 1252

Uniform Patrol Division

Captain Mark Stanfield ext. 1242

Traffic Unit Sergeant Chris Anderson ext. 1232

7 comments on this post.
  1. Robert and Gloria madison:

    Believed to be money scam

  2. Jeremy Cook:

    I am a current post certified officer looking to move in your area. Is your department currently hiring?

  3. agilleland:

    You can pick up an application at the sheriffs office as we are always looking for good people to add to the Department

  4. Thomas Shipley:

    is there anything I can do if someone threats me over the phone?

  5. debbie durham:

    There has been a system upgrade to the walker county Ga jail this past week .Questions and concerns have come from this new system being installed concerning a new fee of $20 charged in some way to inmates cateen accounts or the visitors .Can you answer this and let us know what is to be expected at our inmate visits?

  6. debbie durham:

    The walker county Georgia jail has been working on a new system for the jail .Can I get an answer what this means for inmate visitations and is there any thing new visitors should know about visiting or leaving money on inmate accounts ? Is there going to be an fee of $20 charged for inmates/ visitors?

  7. Steve Rogers Jr.:

    Video visitation will better allow us to provide a safer environment in the Detention Center. It’s web based, something similar to Skype.

    Visitors will be able come right to the jail and video chat in the lobby, and it will still be free of charge. It’s also free to the taxpayer.

    The video kiosks will replace a much older method of visitation. We escort the inmate to a visitation booth, which was through a Plexiglas window, which is kind of hard to hear through. Currently visitations are only conducted on scheduled days and times but new technology will allow visitation any day of the week and across a greater time span. For example, inmates in Block A only have visitation on Monday’s and Wednesday for an hour each. The new system has the potential to allow visitation any day of the week between the hours of 9:30 am to 10:30 pm. The dates and times have not been set.

    The video chat will fully replace the previous method of visitation, and people also have a chance to take advantage of visiting at home. Visitors will be able to chat from their home or office—anywhere they have a computer connected to the internet during the times reserved. This is where the cost will be incurred by the visitor.

    There should be a press release explaining all of the features when the system is completely installed and operational.

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