The Davidson County Sheriff's Office administration plays a vital role in the public safety of Davidson County. The Sheriff and his three Majors make up the administrative division of the Sheriff's Office.
The Animal Control Division, led by Lieutenant W. Howell, is responsible for picking up domesticated animals, enforcement of the Davidson County animal ordinance, and investigating animal cruelty complaints.
The Civil Division, led by Major E. Curry, is responsible for the service of court-issued orders for civil judgments, subpoenas, jury pool notification, and courtroom security.
The Davidson County Jail, led by Captain T. Rabon and Captain Cory Mann, maintains an average of 280 inmates daily.
The Patrol Division, led by Captain C. Mann, provides law enforcement services 24 hours a day, every day of the year, to the citizens of Davidson County.
The Investigations Division, led by Captain M. Burns, is comprised of Detectives, VICE / Narcotics Detectives, Crime Scene Investigations, Sex Offender Registry Unit, Warrant Squad, and the TRACE Unit.
The Technical Services Division consists of units that provide specialized support to the citizens of Davidson County.
Here you will find descriptions of the Canine Unit, Special Emergency Response Team, Honor Guard, Motorcycle Unit, and Lake Patrol.
Chaplain - Sergeant B. Louya
Assistant Chaplain - D. Wooten