Information & Updates from Gilmer County Sheriff’s Office

  • Our mini pig got loose today close to the Ellington Road gate in Coosawattee, has anyone seen it? #gilmersheriff #GCSOmissingpets

    Our mini pig got loose today close to the Ellington Road gate in Coosawattee, has anyone seen it?

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    13 hours ago

  • Found this guy on Boardtown Rd. Had to take him to the pound. Please pass along. Very friendly and gentle. #gilmersheriff #GCSOmissingpets

    Found this guy on Boardtown Rd. Had to take him to the pound. Please pass along. Very friendly and gentle. 

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    16 hours ago

  • Could you please share this? I found a dog on Hwy. 282 by Logan Ridge Trail. He's safe at my house until his owner is found. He is a long brown hair unfixed boy lab. His teeth are really white, so still probably young dog. #gilmersheriff

    Could you please share this? I found a dog on Hwy. 282 by Logan Ridge Trail. He's safe at my house until his owner is found. He is a long brown hair unfixed boy lab. His teeth are really white, so still probably young dog. 

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    16 hours ago

  • Gilmer County Sheriff’s Office is NOW HIRING Communications Officers The Gilmer County Sheriff’s Office is seeking career oriented, highly motivated men and women with high moral and ethical standards to provide the entire range of law enforcement services to the community. We are a full service law enforcement agency offering employment in every aspect of policing and offer a wide range of employee and family benefits. We currently have openings for Communications Officers. Candidates for all positions must meet the following minimum qualifications: • Be at least 21 years of age for Deputy Sheriff and 18 years of age for Detention Officer, Communications Officer, and civilian positions • Be a legal citizen of the United States • Be registered with the Civil Service if you are a male born on or after January 1, 1960 unless you are a son of a foreign diplomat (if you are not certain if you are registered, visit www.sss.gov) • Have no felony convictions • Possess a High School Diploma or GED from an accredited institution • Possess a valid driver license • Possess an honorable discharge if prior military The current rate of pay for this position is $12.12 per hour. It is the policy of the Gilmer County Sheriff’s Office to hire the best qualified individuals by using a selection process that measures each applicant’s traits and characteristics in a manner that is related to the employment opportunity. The agency will practice a regimented and thorough selection process while simultaneously affording equal opportunity to everyone regardless of race, creed, color, gender, national origin, or age. The agency does not discriminate against people with disabilities and affords them the same opportunity for employment selection provided to all citizens. Where possible, the agency provides reasonable accommodation to the known disabilities of qualified people. If you feel like you would be a good fit for our team, visit our website at www.gilmersheriff.com, print and fill out an application, and turn it in to our Human Resources Division located in 911 Communications in the lower level of the court house. PLEASE TURN IN YOUR APPLICATION ON OR BEFORE 2:00 PM ON FRIDAY, January 26, 2018. For any questions please contact Human Resources at 706-635-4664. #gilmersheriff

    Gilmer County Sheriff’s Office is NOW HIRING Communications Officers The Gilmer County Sheriff’s Office is seeking career oriented, highly motivated men and women with high moral and ethical standards to provide the entire range of law enforcement services to the community. We are a full service law enforcement agency offering employment in every aspect of policing and offer a wide range of employee and family benefits. We currently have openings for Communications Officers. Candidates for all positions must meet the following minimum qualifications:

• Be at least 21 years of age for Deputy Sheriff and 18 years of age for Detention Officer, Communications Officer, and civilian positions
• Be a legal citizen of the United States
• Be registered with the Civil Service if you are a male born on or after January 1, 1960 unless you are a son of a foreign diplomat (if you are not certain if you are registered, visit www.sss.gov)
• Have no felony convictions
• Possess a High School Diploma or GED from an accredited institution
• Possess a valid driver license
• Possess an honorable discharge if prior military

The current rate of pay for this position is $12.12 per hour.
It is the policy of the Gilmer County Sheriff’s Office to hire the best qualified individuals by using a selection process that measures each applicant’s traits and characteristics in a manner that is related to the employment opportunity. The agency will practice a regimented and thorough selection process while simultaneously affording equal opportunity to everyone regardless of race, creed, color, gender, national origin, or age. The agency does not discriminate against people with disabilities and affords them the same opportunity for employment selection provided to all citizens. Where possible, the agency provides reasonable accommodation to the known disabilities of qualified people. 

If you feel like you would be a good fit for our team, visit our website at www.gilmersheriff.com, print and fill out an application, and turn it in to our Human Resources Division located in 911 Communications in the lower level of the court house. PLEASE TURN IN YOUR APPLICATION ON OR BEFORE 2:00 PM ON FRIDAY, January 26, 2018. For any questions please contact Human Resources at 706-635-4664.

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    January 19

  • Gilmer County Sheriff’s Office is NOW HIRING for Detention Officers The Gilmer County Sheriff’s Office is seeking career oriented, highly motivated men and women with high moral and ethical standards to provide the entire range of law enforcement services to the community. We are a full service law enforcement agency offering employment in every aspect of policing and offer a wide range of employee and family benefits. We currently have openings for Detention Officers. Candidates for all positions must meet the following minimum qualifications: • Be at least 21 years of age for Deputy Sheriff and 18 years of age for Detention Officer, Communications Officer, and civilian positions • Be a legal citizen of the United States • Be registered with the Civil Service if you are a male born on or after January 1, 1960 unless you are a son of a foreign diplomat (if you are not certain if you are registered, visit www.sss.gov) • Have no felony convictions • Possess a High School Diploma or GED from an accredited institution • Possess a valid driver license • Possess an honorable discharge if prior military The current rate of pay for this position is $12.12 per hour. It is the policy of the Gilmer County Sheriff’s Office to hire the best qualified individuals by using a selection process that measures each applicant’s traits and characteristics in a manner that is related to the employment opportunity. The agency will practice a regimented and thorough selection process while simultaneously affording equal opportunity to everyone regardless of race, creed, color, gender, national origin, or age. The agency does not discriminate against people with disabilities and affords them the same opportunity for employment selection provided to all citizens. Where possible, the agency provides reasonable accommodation to the known disabilities of qualified people. If you feel like you would be a good fit for our team, visit our website at www.gilmersheriff.com, print and fill out an application, and turn it in to our Human Resources Division located in 911 Communications in the lower level of the courthouse. PLEASE TURN IN YOUR APPLICATION ON OR BEFORE 2:00 PM ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2018. For any questions please contact Human Resources at 706-635-4664. #gilmersheriff

    Gilmer County Sheriff’s Office is NOW HIRING for Detention Officers The Gilmer County Sheriff’s Office is seeking career oriented, highly motivated men and women with high moral and ethical standards to provide the entire range of law enforcement services to the community. We are a full service law enforcement agency offering employment in every aspect of policing and offer a wide range of employee and family benefits. We currently have openings for Detention Officers. Candidates for all positions must meet the following minimum qualifications:

• Be at least 21 years of age for Deputy Sheriff and 18 years of age for Detention Officer, Communications Officer, and civilian positions
• Be a legal citizen of the United States
• Be registered with the Civil Service if you are a male born on or after January 1, 1960 unless you are a son of a foreign diplomat (if you are not certain if you are registered, visit www.sss.gov)
• Have no felony convictions
• Possess a High School Diploma or GED from an accredited institution
• Possess a valid driver license
• Possess an honorable discharge if prior military

The current rate of pay for this position is $12.12 per hour.
It is the policy of the Gilmer County Sheriff’s Office to hire the best qualified individuals by using a selection process that measures each applicant’s traits and characteristics in a manner that is related to the employment opportunity. The agency will practice a regimented and thorough selection process while simultaneously affording equal opportunity to everyone regardless of race, creed, color, gender, national origin, or age. The agency does not discriminate against people with disabilities and affords them the same opportunity for employment selection provided to all citizens. Where possible, the agency provides reasonable accommodation to the known disabilities of qualified people. 

If you feel like you would be a good fit for our team, visit our website at www.gilmersheriff.com, print and fill out an application, and turn it in to our Human Resources Division located in 911 Communications in the lower level of the courthouse. 

PLEASE TURN IN YOUR APPLICATION ON OR BEFORE 2:00 PM ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2018. For any questions please contact Human Resources at 706-635-4664.

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    January 19

  • If anyone has lost or is looking for an awesome larger dog that is PERFECT with kids and adults, please call/text 706-669-0348! While leaving Dance Etc this evening, a sweet little soul wandered around the parking lot cold and lost. He is super affectionate and loving. Looking to be somewhat of a hound/bulldog mix. He is warm for tonight but we need to find his forever home! We will have the shelter check for a microchip tomorrow. Please let us know if this is your dog or if you'd like to adopt. He rides great in the car and seems to be comfortable inside the house! #gilmersheriff

    If anyone has lost or is looking for an awesome larger dog that is PERFECT with kids and adults, please call/text  706-669-0348! While leaving Dance Etc this evening, a sweet little soul wandered around the parking lot cold and lost. He is super affectionate and loving. Looking to be somewhat of a hound/bulldog mix. He is warm for tonight but we need to find his forever home! We will have the shelter check for a microchip tomorrow. Please let us know if this is your dog or if you'd like to adopt.
He rides great in the car and seems to be comfortable inside the house! 

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    January 18

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    After conferring with emergency management we have learned that while main roads are relatively clear, many secondary roads in Gilmer County remain iced and dangerous at this time and will likely refreeze tonight making them unsafe for our buses to travel tomorrow morning. For this reason, Gilmer County schools will be closed for students Friday January 19, 2018; however, staff should report at 10:00 if safe to do so

    After conferring with emergency management we have learned that while main roads are relatively clear, many secondary roads in Gilmer County remain iced and dangerous at this time and will likely refreeze tonight making them unsafe for our buses to travel tomorrow morning. For this reason, Gilmer County schools will be closed for students Friday January 19, 2018; however, staff should report at 10:00 if safe to do so

    January 18

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    January 18

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    January 18

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    Many roads remain iced and dangerous at this time. Temperatures are expected to remain below freezing throughout the night. For the safety of staff and students, NGCA will be closed Thursday, January 18, 2018.

    Many roads remain iced and dangerous at this time. Temperatures are expected to remain below freezing throughout the night. For the safety of staff and students, NGCA will be closed Thursday, January 18, 2018.

    January 17

EMERGENCY: 911

NON-EMERGENCY:
706-635-8911

Gilmer County Georgia Sheriff's Office
1 Broad Street, Suite #103
Ellijay, Georgia 30540
phone: 706-635-4162

Sheriff Stacy L. Nicholson

Information & Updates

Deputy Brett C. Dickey
End of Watch: February 13, 1996

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