Cherokee Sheriff’s Office

Sheriff Frank Reynolds

Welcome to the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office home page. We are very excited to offer the citizens of our county as well as the rest of the world, a look into our agency. The Sheriff’s Office serves a wonderful community of over 200,000 people. We are a full-service law enforcement agency operating out of five Uniform Patrol Precincts, an Adult Detention Center, an Administration Building, a Criminal Investigations Division at the South Annex, and the Cherokee County Justice Center.

The Cherokee Sheriff’s Office is comprised of 400 dedicated men and women. Every employee is committed to providing the highest level of service possible to the citizens of Cherokee County. In November of 1996 we became one of the first nationally accredited Sheriff’s Office in the state of Georgia. National Accreditation is a professional standard achieved by only 3% of law enforcement agencies throughout the country.

I take great pride in serving as the Sheriff of Cherokee County. The success of this agency depends upon the support of the community we serve. If I can be of any assistance to you, please feel free to contact me by phone at (678) 493-4100.

Self Reporting Accident Form

If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident due to inclement weather and law enforcement was not able to respond, please visit the Department of Drivers Services website to complete a self reporting accident form or SR13 Form by clicking the link here: https://dds.georgia.gov/documents/personal-report-accident

If you or another person has suffered an injury contact 911 and wait for first responders  

Once this Form is completed you can send it to your insurance company if requested by your insurance agent.  These forms do not get mailed to law enforcement or the State.