The Davidson County Sheriff's Office is responsible for the care and custody of inmates incarcerated at the Davidson County Jail.
Our goal is to provide a safe, sanitary environment for inmates, visitors and staff while maintaining security for the community. Approximately 6,000 inmates are booked into the detention facility each year. The average daily population at the jail exceeds 280 inmates.
Regardless of the reason someone is being held in the Davidson County Jail, certain services must be provided. In many ways the jail is its own city. The following is a list of some of the services and programs the jail operates.
Captain Roger Brammer overseas the daily operation of the Davidson County Detention Center. Captain Brammer started his law enforcement career in our Detention Center in 1993. Capt. Brammer was transferred to the patrol division in 1995 and served as a K-9 handler. Capt. Brammer was promoted to sergeant in 199 and to Lieutenant in 2000. In 2010, Captain Brammer was promoted to his current assignment as the Detention Center Captain.