Baldwin County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Baldwin County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 119 Old Monticello Rd NW, Milledgeville, 31061 GA
  • Chief:
Phone: 478-445-4726
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Baldwin County Sheriff's Office is located at 119 Old Monticello Rd NW, Milledgeville, 31061 GA. The Baldwin County Sheriff's Office phone number is 478-445-4726.

Baldwin County Sheriff's Office News

Sheriff W.C. Massee, Jr. and his command staff. (L-R) Capt. Michael Lumpkin, Maj. Scott Deason, Sheriff Massee, Maj. Lynnette LaRocque, Capt. Brad King

“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of God. “ Matthew 5:9

The mandatory curfew will be lifted at 8:00 am !

Please take time to watch and pass it on . These scams are continuing .

This scam is still happening . If you receive a call similar to this hang up ! We do not collect money in lieu of going to jail . Please share !

Rest In Peace Cpl Fish .

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Please take time to read . The dangers we face don’t stop with law enforcement. Sometimes our families become targets !

We are investigating a theft of rims at Childre Chevrolet that occurred in the early morning hours on 07/20/18. We are asking if anyone recognizes the suspect(s) vehicle posted. The vehicle is a transit van missing some trim molding on the passenger side. If you have any information please contact Detective Hargrove at 478-445-4893.

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Former Baldwin County Sheriff’s Deputy Dallas Parker holding the lost child after being located in the woods . Awesome job Dallas !!

Please join our agency in congratulating Deputy Oscar Garcia for successfully obtaining his certification and becoming one of our CHAMPS instructors. Great job !

ON MAY 10TH, 2018, WE HAD A COMMERCIAL BURGLARY FOLLOWED BY A RESIDENTIAL THEFT IN WHICH NUMEROUS ZERO TURN LAWNMOWERS AND TRAILERS WERE STOLEN. A YELLOW NISSAN FRONTIER AND FORD F350 WERE TAKEN AS WELL. IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION ON THESE THEFTS PLEASE CALL 478-445-4891.

Thank you for providing for us ! The recognition is greatly appreciated !

RIP to our brothers in blue. We'll take it from here.

A diamond ring was found in the gymnasium at Lakeview Primary School. Please call the Sheriff's Office at 478-445-4893 to identify.

This year 911 is celebrating 50 years since the first 911 call was placed, which occurred in Haleyville, Alabama February 16, 1968. This week we are celebrating National Telecommunications Week, which honors the men and women in the 911 dispatch profession. The Baldwin County E911 Center has the best 911 Dispatchers. Just because you don’t see their face, doesn’t mean they aren’t saving your life. Behind every first responder hero, there is a guardian looking out for them, and that guardian is a 911 dispatcher. They are the true first responders in times of need. They are the voice of calm in moments of chaos, and the voice you hear on the other end of the phone line that strive to provide hope to those who need it in their darkest hours. They are not only the vigilant guardians for first responders, but also for the citizens of Milledgeville and Baldwin County. These men and women must make split second decisions on what to do and who to send in emergency situations. They do not have the luxury of being able to take their time or just say “I’ll get to that in a little bit.” The Baldwin County E911 center processes between 160,000 and 200,000 calls for service every year. So in honor of National Telecommunications Week, I want to personally thank those men and woman for the outstanding job that they do, and for the service they provide to this county. Thank you Ryan Adams, Deanna Blount, Kayla Harless, Christina Harris, Ken Jackson, Megan Kennedy, Haley Meeks, Dustin Mosteller, Danesha Sanford, and Jessica Shaw. I am extremely proud of the outstanding jobs that you do, and for also being that unseen hero. You are all appreciated more than you know. Thank you, Mandy Ptak Baldwin County E911 Director **Have you thanked a 911 dispatcher?**

Citizens of Baldwin County, Please join me in congratulating our very own Baldwin High Boys basketball team for reaching the Final 4 in the GHSA state playoffs! They play tomorrow at 4:30 pm in Ft. Valley for the right to move on to the championship game! We at the Sheriff's Office are proud of you and will be cheering you on tomorrow. Good luck gentlemen! Bill Massee Sheriff

Public Service Announcement: * SCAM ALERT* It has been brought to our attention that some of our citizens have received a phone call from a caller stating he was Major Scott Deason of the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office. This caller is advising citizens they have failed to appear for court, thus causing an arrest warrant to be issued unless a fine is payed to avoid arrest. *THIS IS A SCAM *. Please do not provide any personal or financial information to the caller. Simply hang up the phone. If you have any concerns, please call our office at 478-445-4891.

On December 19th, 2017, the Baldwin County Board of Commissioners adopted a Truck Traffic ordinance. This ordinance prohibits trucks and tractor trailers from utilizing county roads where signs stating " No thru Trucks" are posted. The ordinance in its entirety is listed below .