Detention Center - Fannin County Sheriff's Office
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Detention Center (706) 632-2045

Fannin County Adult Detention Center

The Detention Center provides services for inmates as well as the public.

The Fannin County Adult Detention Center is staffed by 16 Detention Officers that provide security for the inmates. The staff consists of Capt. Jill Huffman, Lt. Scott White, 4 Sgts. and 11 Detention Officers.

The Fannin County Adult Detention Center is located at 645 West First Street, Blue Ridge, GA 30513 in downtown Blue Ridge, directly behind the Fannin County Courthouse. The detention facility provides humane treatment for persons convicted of violating the Georgia Code and for persons charged with felonies and misdemeanors awaiting bond or court appearances. There are 84 beds in separate dormitories for men and women.


Detention Center Services

Detention Center Services

& Additional Information

Detention Center Staff

Capt. Jillian Huffman

Lt. Scott White

Warrants, Administrative Assistant – Amber Twiggs

Inmate Services

Services provided for the inmates are a 12 step program, drug and or alcohol rehabilitation programs and church worship services, as well as 3 meals a day, made and served by inmate labor which is supervised by Trinity Food Service employees.

Inmate Accounts

Accounts for the inmates are set up at the time they are booked into the Fannin County Detention Center if they have any money with them. Family members or friends can bring money to the inmate to be placed on their account for their use on our automated system located in the lobby, or by visiting

Inmate Commissary

Commissary is provided to those inmates that have money on their accounts and are allowed to buy soft drinks, candy, snacks paper, pens and personal hygiene items. Inmates that are indigent are provided with hygiene items and medical services for free.

Inmate Medical

Medical services are provided to all inmates. Within 14 days of their arrival to the Detention Center, a complete medical screening is provided for the inmates. Afterwards if an inmate requests medical attention it is provided at a cost of a $5.00 co-pay to those that have money on their account. Dental services are provided only if the service is paid for by the inmate in advance to a local dentist.
Detention Center

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.     

Detention Center

Lt. Scott White

Lt. Scott White began his law enforcement career in 1999 as a detention officer with the Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office. He attended and graduated from North Central Georgia Law Enforcement Academy in 2001 and was transferred to the Uniform Patrol Division.

In 2013 Lt. White began working with the Georgia Department of Corrections. There he joined the Special Operations Division of the Georgia Department of Corrections in the T.A.C.T. Squad Division. He later transferred to the Special Operations Division of the Georgia Department of Corrections and worked on the C.E.R.T. Team.

In 2015 Lt. White began his career with the Fannin County Sheriff’s Office as a deputy assigned to the Adult Detention Center. He was promoted in July of 2016 to the rank of Sergeant while supervising a night shift in the Adult Detention Center. In August of 2016 Lt. White was transferred to the Uniform Patrol Division.  Lt. White worked as Sergeant with the Uniform Patrol Division until he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in 2020, transferring back to the Fannin County Adult Detention Center.

In Memory Of Lt. Shawn Joseph


Inmate Visitation Schedule

There will be no visitation between the hours of 11:00 am and 1:00 pm for the inmates to have lunch.

Saturday Schedule

Sunday Schedule


10:00AM-10:30AM / 6 SEATS
10:30AM-11:00AM / 6 SEATS
2:00PM-2:30PM / 6 SEATS
2:30PM-3:00PM / 6 SEATS



9:00AM-9:30AM / 6 SEATS
9:30AM-10:00 AM / 6 SEATS
1:00PM-1:30PM / 6 SEATS
1:30PM-2:00PM / 6 SEATS


9:00AM-9:30AM / 6 SEATS
9:30AM-10:00 AM / 6 SEATS
10:00AM- 10:30AM / 6 SEATS
2:00PM-2:30PM / 6 SEATS
2:30PM-3:00PM / 6 SEATS


1:00PM-1:30PM / 6 SEATS
1:30PM-2:00PM / 6 SEATS


Sometimes our loved ones get in trouble, and they call us for help.

Cash Bonds 

The exact amount of the total bond in cash or certified U.S. Funds plus a $20.00 bond fee. The cash will be held by the Clerk of the court in which the bond was made until such time as the case can be disposed of in court.

Property Bonds 

Where a property owner, that owns property in Georgia, puts their property up instead of a cash bond plus a $20.00 bond fee. All persons whose name appears on the warranty deed must be present. If a person on the warranty deed is deceased, a copy of a death certificate and or a quit claim deed must be presented also. Items needed for a property bond are the last year’s property tax receipt, a copy of the warranty deed for the property being used and a photo I.D. This bond will result in a lien being placed on your property by the Fannin County Sheriff’s Office until such time as the case can be disposed of in court.

Professional Bondsman

Only the Sheriff of Fannin County can authorize a professional bondsman to operate in Fannin County. The Bondsmen that are currently being used in Fannin County are William’s Bail Bonding and Smith Bonding Co. These types of bonds require the inmate or their family to call one of the bonding companies to arrange for them to bond out the person in the detention center. The bonding companies require 12% of the bond as payment plus also a $20.00 bond fee paid to the jail. The money used to pay the bondsman is non refundable.

Bond Release (to come off a person’s bond)

To come off of a person’s bond, the Surety or person who posted the bond must deliver the person on bond back into the custody of the Fannin County Detention Center or some other Jail in the state of Georgia.

Fast X-It Bonding

Smith Bonding Company

Williams Bail Bonding

fingerprinting information

Fingerprinting for business/alcoholic beverages licenses or job opportunities.

Fingerprinting Instructions

  • Must submit a picture identification including the physical address
    (if P.O Box – Must bring a proof of physical address)


Weapons Carry License

The Probate Court of Fannin County issues Georgia Weapons Carry Licenses to all qualified persons who are residents of Fannin County, Georgia. Georgia Weapons Carry licenses may be obtained Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m – 4:30 p.m. Please visit the Fannin County Probate page for more information.

Fingerprinting for Georgia Weapons Carry Licenses will be completed in Fannin County Probate Court effective October 01, 2018.

Fannin County Probate Court

Online Weapons Carry Application


Fingerprinting Hours

Monday – Wednesday & Friday

8:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Closed Between The Hours of

12:00 pm and 2:00 pm.