RCSO Vision

Our vision is to make the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office the leader in personnel safety, quality personnel, equipment, technology, training, professionalism, integrity, and transparency.

Our Mission

Our Mission is to reduce crime, safely house inmates, bring offenders to justice, and perform the mandated services of the Office of Sheriff with the highest level of safety, professionalism and integrity

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Part of the Sheriff’s Office mission is to safely house inmates. The RCSO also offers fingerprinting services at the Jail. Click on the button below for more information.

Contact RCSO

Visit our headquarters at 911 Chambers Drive or come by our Southside Precinct at 3552 Highway 20 SE

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sheriflevettSheriff Eric J. Levett

The Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office Mission is to reduce crime, safely house inmates, bring offenders to justice, and perform the mandated services of the Office of Sheriff with the highest level of safetyprofessionalism and integrity.

The Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office Vision is to make the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office the leader in personnel safety, quality personnel, equipment, technology, training, professionalism, integrity, and transparency.

RCSO is saddened to announce the passing of K9 Jimmy.

The RCSO is saddened to announce the passing of K9 Jimmy on September 15, 2014. K9 Jimmy was obtained by the Rockdale County Sheriff’s office in December of 2005 from De Bergakkers Kennels in The Netherlands (Holland). When the RCSO received Jimmy, he was a 3 year old KNPV titled Belgian Malinois. K9 Jimmy was a dual purpose K9 (Narcotics and tracking).

K9 Jimmy was assigned to Lt Michael Doughtery and his family during his entire tenure with the RCSO. K9 Jimmy was responsible for numerous apprehensions and for numerous seizures of narcotics during his 8 year career.

K9 Jimmy retired in February of 2013 and he enjoyed his last days with his family and riding around in the back seat of his dad's truck. On September 15th, Lt. Dougherty had to put him to rest due to his battle with what appears to be cancer.

K9 Jimmy
June 2003 to September 15th 2014 (3 photos)
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