COMMUNICATIONS - Fannin County Sheriff's Office
EMERGENCY DIAL 911
Sheriff's Office (706) 632-2044
Detention Center (706) 632-2045

COMMUNICATIONS

FANNIN COUNTY E-911 IS THE PRIMARY PUBLIC SAFETY ANSWERING POINT FOR FANNIN COUNTY

“EMnet” provides Fannin County E-911 with advanced warning of any emergency situation that concerns our service area. Fannin County E-911 seeks to provide the most effective and professional Emergency Communication possible and to provide rapid and convenient access to public safety for the citizens of Fannin County and those visiting.
Fannin County Enhanced 911 has been in operation since 1994 and continues to be upgraded. There are two communications officers on duty at all times with a third communications officer on duty part-time to handle emergency calls and to assist the public through their computer aided dispatch.
Fannin County E-911 was one of the first centers to utilize “Phase 1” cellular phone service in 2002. This traps the number of any cell phone caller allowing us to call back for additional information if necessary. In 2004, “Phase 2” went on line allowing Fannin E-911 to locate the site of any cell phone call with GPS coordinates.

911 IS DISPATCHED FOR:

Fannin County Sheriff’s Office
Fannin County Fire and Rescue
Fannin County EMS – 4 manned stations
16 VOLUNTEER FIRE STATIONS
Blue Ridge Police Department
McCaysville Police Department
Fannin County Animal Control

We also support:  GSP, DNR, GBI and USFS

EMERGENCY:   911

NON EMERGENCY:   706-632-6022

911 ADDRESSING:   706-632-8984

OPEN RECORD REQUEST SHOULD BE SENT TO:

OPENRECORDS@FANNINCOUNTYGA.ORG

Capt. Jill Huffman

Capt. Jill Huffman started her career in law enforcement in 2003 as a detention officer with the Fannin County Sheriff’s Office.  She attended jail school in 2004 and was later promoted to Sergeant. In 2008, Jill attended the Police Academy and became a Certified Officer.   She worked on the road for eight months and returned to the detention center as a Sergeant. In 2015, Jill was promoted to Lieutenant in the detention center and January 2019 brought new changes with Jill being promoted to Capt. Jill Huffman.    
2021 brought more change with Capt. Huffman becoming the 911 Director.