Camden County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Camden County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 209 E 4th St, Woodbine, 31569 GA
  • Chief:
Phone: (912) 510-5100
Fax: (912) 510-5144

Camden County Sheriff's Office is located at 209 E 4th St, Woodbine, 31569 GA. The Camden County Sheriff's Office phone number is (912) 510-5100.

Camden County Sheriff's Office News

If you are a business owner, or have payroll responsibility, this should be of interest to you. A new scam is occurring where the bad guys are impersonating your co-worker and asking for you to send them their pay stubs. Don't send this information. Pay stub information in the wrong hands can lead to identity theft and/or financial fraud. Individuals working in payroll are at high risk for this attack, but we all need to stay alert. Do not send financial information through an email. Always verify the request and follow-up with the individual first. If you are sent a suspicious email, delete the emain or follow the reporting procedures put in place by your organization.

Congratulations to all the 2018 Graduates of Camden County High School. A special congratulation and thank you to Erica Jones. Erica has worked as an intern at The Camden County Sheriff's Office this year. Good luck to each and every graduate. Please be smart, and safe, during your celebration of this milestone event in your life.

The Royal Wedding was an event viewed by millions of people around the world. The wedding has become a scammer's dream, so be careful. Only go to trusted websites to get information and news concerning this event. Do not click on links in emails, or on social media, related to the royal wedding. It could be an illegal way to gather personal information about you.

People are continuing to receive telephone calls from scam artist representing electric companies, and other utility companies. The caller says your service is about to be interrupted if a late bill is not paid. The caller then cons you into providing a credit card number in order to keep your service from being disconnected. The utility companies do not operate in this manner. Never give personal information to anyone over the telephone. If you receive this type of call, just hang up.

On May 22, 2018 peace officers from numerous Georgia and Florida law enforcement agencies gathered at The Georgia Welcome Center to participate in The Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety, Hands Across the Border Ceremony. This is the 27th year for the Hands Across the Border Ceremony, which endorses motor vehicle operation safety. The Hands Across the Border, One Hundred Days of Summer Campaign, is active during the summer vacation months from Memorial Day until the Labor Day weekend. The law enforcment agencies gather outside the Georgia Welcome Center to shake hands and commit a zero tolerance for impaired driving, seat belt violations, speeding, and all violations that could result in death to the motoring public.

Jackie L. Johnson, District Attorney for the Brunswick Judicial Circuit, held a Memorial for Crime Victims at the Camden County Courthouse on Friday, May 18th, 2018. The memorial ceremony honors the memories of the victims of crime. A Victim's Memorial Wall is displayed showing a photo of a person who lost their life because of a violent act. The ceremony is attended by family and friends who have suffered the loss of a loved one.

Walter Lane, Assistant Chief of Game Management for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources explains the cooperative effort of Federal, State, and local governments which allowed the funding of the Camden County Recreational Firing Range.

Friday May18th, 2018 marks the beginning of a project that has been in the development stage for the past two years. Walter Lane, Assistant Chief of The Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Game Management Wildlife Resource Division, addressed Camden County Officials, and guest at a ground breaking ceremony for the Camden County Recreational Shooting Range. The recreational shooting range will be located on Highway 110, one mile east of the intersection of Highway 40 in western Camden County. Construction of the range will begin immediately. Sheriff Jim Proctor said "The recreational firing range project is now at the point where the first shovels of dirt will begin the construction phase of this project. The range will serve the citizens of Camden County, as well as surrounding commuities, providing educational, safety, and recreational programs for those desiring a professionally developed venue to shoot firearms."

The Camden County Commissioners presented the Camden County Sheriff's Office with two proclamations recognizing National Correction Officers' Week and National Peace Officers' Week during the County Commission meeting on May 15th, 2018. Gunnery Sergeant Eric Watson accepted the Correction Officers' Proclamation, and Lt. Cedric Brown accepted the Peace Officers' Proclamation from County Commission Chairman Jimmy Starline.

The Camden County Sheriff's Office would like to thank area businesses for providing food to law enforcment officers on Law Enforcement Memorial Day. The Deputies of the Camden County Sheriff's Office would like to thank Angelos, Papa Johns, Zaxby's, Little Ceasars, Sonnys, OPS, Larry's Giant Subs, Firehouse Subs, Legacy Commissary, Nana Teresa's Bake Shop, and The Keefe Group for their generous donations. The delicious food was enjoyed by all divisions, and shifts, of the Sheriff's Office. Thanks again to our area businesses who support the law enforcement community.

The Camden County School System Fifth Grade CHAMPS class held their graduation ceremony and a field day for the participants. The CHAMPS Program is taught by Camden County Sheriff's Office Deputies. The Georgia Sheriff's Association developed the program titled Choosing Healthy Activities and Methods Promoting Safety (CHAMPS) to instruct participants the importance of decision making, healthy choices, and safety. The program teaches an array of subjects that students face on a daily basis, such as peer preasure, bullying, and respect for others.

Yesterday Deputy Wellner and Deputy O'Neal removed this big guy (6.5 ft. long) from the front yard of a citizen in the northend of the County. They relocated him to a safe area and released him with no issues.

The Georgia Department of Transportation will have road paving projects in Camden County through May 15th, 2018. U.S. 17/SR 25 from milepost 12 to 14, Sunday through Saturday from 7am until 7 pm. There will be flagging operations for bridge rehabilitation work on four small bridges. I-95 resurfacing. The resufacing work will occur nightly Sunday through Friday 7 pm until 7 am. North and South bound lanes will be resurfaced between mileposts 22 and 15. There will be lane closures utilized for patching operations before resurfacing begins. If traveling in these areas motorist should anticipate delays as the work is conducted.

Governor Nathan Deal has unveiled a new tip line app that will help people report crimes easier. It is called "See Something, Send Something" and it is a way to report crimes. The phone app allows the user to immediately send a text message, or a picture, to state law enforcement. Once the message is received, it is evaluated and sent to officers across Georgia. The app is NOT to be used in an emergency as officials say you should still dial 911. Citizens can report suspicious incident and activities to the Georgia Information Sharing and Analysis Center. The message will be evaluated, then disseminated to the proper law enforcement agency throughout the state of Georgia if that becomes necessary. To get the app go to your app store and search "see something, send something.

On April 18, 2018 a transfer ceremony was held in front of the Camden County Courthouse. The Ceremony was by The American Towman Organization. The Ceremony is an annual event named Spirit Ride Slow Down Move Over. This program reminds motorist of the Move Over Law that protects first responders, law enforcement, fire/EMT personnel, and wrecker operators, from being injuried or killed by traffic collisions. This years event started in Aiken, South Carolina with Eddie's Wrecker Service transporting a simulation of a casket on the bed of the wrecker to Woodbine, Georgia. The towing company was escorted to the courthouse by Public Safety Workers where the transfer of the casket was made from Eddie's Towing. Local public safety workers transfered the casket to a wrecker operated by Kelley's Towing Service. Kelley's Wrecker Service then transported the Slow Down Move Over Casket Display to St. Augustine, Florida. A special ceremony was held in St. Augustine regarding the importance of the Move Over Law. The display is a moving billboard which the motoring public observes as the wreckers travel the interstate highways enroute to the next destination. Always remember when approaching emergency service vehicles on the roadway to slow down and move over safely to another lane of travel.

911 Communications Officer Full-time position Starting Pay: $13.00 The Camden County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for 911 Communications Officers. The position is responsible for receiving emergency calls and dispatching emergency personnel. Applicants must demonstrate the required knowlege, skills, and abilities to perform the duties. Applications can be found at or be picked up and returned to: Camden County Sheriff's Office 209 East 4th Street Woodbine, GA 31569 If you have any additional questions please contact Captain Holly Douglas, Camden County E-911 Director, at (912) 510-5124

Sheriff Proctor gets a thumbs up for a smooth start to his blood donation! #NurmiStrong


The Camden County Sheriff's Office employees participated in the "SOLES FOR STUDENTS" shoe drive to assist students in need of appropriate shoes for school. Chief Deputy Byerly and Corporal Agullo delivered 40 pairs of shoes to Woodbine Elementary School this morning. Thank you Woodbine Elementary for the opportunity to participate such a great cause!!

Thursday evening we held graduation for the first Citizen's Academy Class of 2018. During the past eight weeks this group of individuals spent their Thursday nights learning about the different divisions within the Sheriff's Office. ADA Rocky Bridges attended the ceremony as the guest speaker. We greatly appreciate the participation from this wonderful group and look forward to the next class!

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This past weekend, St. Patrick's Day, Sgt. Chris Fedd attended the Caffeine and Octane Car Show on Jekyll Island. Sgt. Fedd transported The Camden County Sheriff's Office Occupant Safety Educational Display Trailer to the event. The trailer contains a patrol car that flipped nine times. Deputy Lamar Bowen's life was saved because he was wearing his seat belt during the crash. The educational exhibit promotes seat belt usage. The display trailer was well received by the thousands of people who attended the event. These are some of the photos of the weekend activities.

Scammers are compromising business email accounts regularly. Emails being sent from scammers have been increasingly hard to detect. These emails appear to be like any other normal email you would receive. If a business partner, or an employee at an organization your company is working with, has a security incident their email account becomes compromised. The scammer can hijack that account and send hundreds of emails out to anyone they can find in that persons address book, inbox, or sent folder. If you get an email from a scammer that appears to come from a friend, a business associate, or company you are familiar with, you can distinguish the real emails from the malicious ones by asking yourself these questions. (1) Were you expecting this email? (2) Did you request or expect this attachment? This is very important in the business world especially with billings, and financial transactions. If you can't answer these questions, contact the sender directly by a means other than email to determine if they are the true sender of the message.