MONTGOMERY COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Doug Maybin, Sheriff
“The dedicated men and women who diligently serve our community and I, as your Sheriff, want to know what you consider important and necessary to keep Montgomery County a safe community. We rely on the public to assist when possible and ask you to report crimes and suspicious activity when you see it so we can do our very best to keep our community a safe place to work, play, live and raise our families.”
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is a 24-hour law enforcement agency with the following divisions:
- Uniform Patrol
- Criminal Investigations
- Drug Task Force
- Civil Processing
- Courthouse Security
The Sheriff is a constitutional officer deriving his authority from the Constitution of Georgia’s and common law. In addition, the Sheriff’s Office is a department of county government and is funded through county taxes and other forms of revenue. The Sheriff is the chief law enforcement officer in the county. The Sheriff and his deputies are certified through the State of Georgia.
The Office of the Sheriff of Montgomery County is the primary public safety office of the county and as such we provide full-service law enforcement services throughout our community. Additionally, our office handles E-911 and the dispatching of all emergency services in the county. This office maintains a Sex Offender Registry and actively monitors sex offenders residing in Montgomery County.
The Office of the Sheriff, in partnership with the Board of Education, provide two full-time School Resource Officers for the safety of our students, faculty and staff located at the middle/high and elementary schools. Additionally, our office teaches the CHAMPS program to the children of the Montgomery County School District. The acronym CHAMPS describes C-Conversation (Voice Level), H-Help (What to do if you need help), A-Activity (What tasks the students should be doing), M-Movement (What is the level of movement required), P-Participation (How can the teacher tell if they are participating in the activity), and S-Success (If teacher can tell that students are meeting these expectations, then they achieve success). The mission of CHAMPS is to provide an educational program providing guidance, knowledge and skills to be safe, healthy and happy in preparation for a successful life.
Again, we are here to serve the citizens of Montgomery County. Our goal is to create a safe community in which to work, play, live and raise our families. We encourage your assistance in helping us by reporting crimes and suspicious activity.
Office & Staff Directory
|Doug Maybin||Sheriff||dmaybin [at] montcoga.gov|
|Karen Outler||Administrative Assistant||koutler [at] montcoga.gov|
|Ron Bivins||Chief Deputy||rbivins [at] montcoga.gov|
|Ben Maybin||Lieutenant Uniform Patrol||bmaybin [at] montcoga.gov|
|Kenny Clark||Captain/Courthouse Security||N/A|
208 East Broad Street
Mount Vernon, GA 30445