Richmond County Marshal's Office

  • Agency: Richmond County Marshal's Office
  • Address: 535 Telfair St., Suite 720, Augusta, GA
  • Chief:
Phone: (706) 821-2368
Fax: (706) 821-2557
Email:

Richmond County Marshal's Office is located at 535 Telfair St., Suite 720, Augusta, GA. The Richmond County Marshal's Office phone number is (706) 821-2368.

Richmond County Marshal's Office News

Make sure you replace the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors! It could save a life!

Working detail at the Augusta Regional Airport.

Our Community Services Division was out at Copeland Elementary School for Community Services Day.

Marshal’s Office employees had a great time at the United Way Halloween Party this past Saturday. We even had 6 employees in the top 10 for the costume contest. United Way of the CSRA

SA Recycling presented Marshal Lamkin with a check for $1,000 this morning. This donation will go towards the Marshal's Office Christmas Toy Drive fund. Thank you for the generous contribution towards helping children this Christmas. The Marshal's Office values its relationships with our community partners.

Praying for the victims, families and brave Law Enforcement Officers responding to this act of evil. #pittsburgh

Today we honor all of the brave men and woman who have been deployed, are sacrificing, or have sacrificed their lives to defend our country. We also acknowledge their families who are separated from them. #DayoftheDeployed

On Friday October 19, 2018, at 1630 hours, Richmond County Marshal’s Office personnel responded to Bath-Edie Road at Parwood Drive in reference to a complaint of illegal dumping. Upon arrival, Deputy Marshals assigned to the Operations Division discovered an illegal dump at that location. Subsequent investigation led the team to Thomas Bynum who admitted that he was responsible for the illegally dumped commercial debris. Because the illegal dump involved a commercial gain, Bynum was arrested for Felony Illegal Dumping, OCGA 16-7-53 Waste Control Law. Illegal dumping will NOT be tolerated in Augusta-Richmond County.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family, friends and co-workers of Florence County Investigator Farrah Turner. Investigator Turner succumbed to her injuries after receiving multiple gunshot wounds on October 3rd. Police Sgt. Terrence Carraway was also killed, and five other officers were shot and injured in the incident. Investigator Turner was a hero who died protecting the people she served.

Please help us welcome our newest member at the Richmond County Marshal’s Office, Deputy Christopher Epps.

Please pray for his family, friends and the Gwinnett County Police Department! Gwinnett County Police Officer Antwan Toney was shot and killed in the line of duty yesterday, he was 30-years-old.

The Richmond County Marshal’s Office tenders our condolences and heartfelt prayers to the family and friends of Melquan Robinson. We pray the Lord will continue to heal and comfort David Sette and Traqwon Berry who showed amazing acts of bravery while trying to save their friend’s life on Monday night.

We at the Richmond County Marshal's Office are deeply saddened to hear about the passing of Commissioner Grady Smith. We extend our deepest sympathies to the Smith family. Thank you for all you did for our community Commissioner Smith.

Marshal Lamkin is going to jail and he needs your help to get out. Today at 2:30 he will be arrested for having too much "Philadelphia Eagles stuff" in his office. In order to get out, Marshal Lamkin will need $200 for bail. All bail money that is raised will go towards the Easter Seals. The Easter Seals "jail" will be set up in front of Friedman's Jewelers at the corner of Washington Road and Alexander Drive. Please stop by and help bail Marshal Lamkin out of jail. Special thanks to Lowes for the jail and to Donnie Thompson for the location.Lowe's Home Improvement Friedman's Jewelers Easterseals

“People ask the difference between a leader and a boss. The leader leads, and the boss drives”. Happy Boss’s Day to our leader, Marshal Lamkin. Having a boss like you is such an inspiration for all of us to keep going.

The Marshal’s Office spent this past Saturday at New Exodus Missionary Baptist Church for their Health Fair.

How does an eviction work? An eviction is a process whereby a landlord removes a tenant from a rental property. Step two of the eviction process...Step three coming soon! Questions about evictions? Let's talk.

If you don’t have to go out, stay home!

All Augusta, Georgia Consolidated government offices and facilities will be closed to the public tomorrow, October 11, 2018. Stay safe and please make sure you are prepared.

Sign up to recieve weather alerts. Click on the Code Red icon at www.augustaga.gov You may also download the CodeRED app on your mobile phone.

Please join us in congratulating Deputy Cindy Ashley. Deputy Ashley was one of four officers from the Augusta area that was awarded Public Safely Officer of the Year by the South Augusta Exchange Club. Congratulations to Cindy and the other officers on their awards. Thank you for all you do!