Fannin County Court Service’s is responsible for the security of the Fannin County Courthouse and the safety of all who work in or visit the courthouse. Court Services is run by Lt. Todd Pack.
Court Service Officers run the metal detector and x-ray machine at the courthouse to insure that weapons or other contraband does not enter the courthouse. When not providing security for Superior Court, Magistrate Court, Probate Court or Juvenile Court, they serve civil papers from all the different courts. They are responsible for inmate transports to and from other agencies, inmate movement to and from court, juvenile transport, and transport of mental patients to state facilities.
Lt. Todd Pack supervises 3 deputies and 2 part time employees. He began his career with the Blue Ridge Police Department in 1991. The year following he transferred to the City of McCaysville where he spent two years working as a patrolman. In 1993 Lt. Pack was hired by the Fannin County Sheriff’s Office. During his career Lt. Pack has worked in the Uniform Patrol Division. He has logged over 1200 training hours during his employment history and is currently serving on the First S.W.A.T. team as an alternate entry team member and sniper observer.