The Reserve Unit has nearly 200 members who are certified peace officers in the State of Georgia. Our unit averages over 18,000 hours of service to the community each year. We provide security for community events, conduct massive cell searches at the Fulton County Jail, serve civil papers, execute arrest warrants, and provide security for the courts. If you are looking for a way to give back to the community, we invite you to join our team.
There is no other organization in the metro Atlanta area that does as much for our community.
Whatever your desires may be, we have a place within our Reserve Branch for you. The Reserve Unit is divided into four main divisions such as the Law Enforcement Division, Jail Division, Courts Division, and a Training & Special Teams Division.
The Reserve Branch is led by Major David Adcock.
Major David Adcock is a thirty two-year veteran of the Fulton County Sheriff’s Reserve. He joined the Unit in 1985 after graduation from Georgia State University, and completed his Peace Officer certification in 1986. He joined the Law Enforcement division and after 25 years accumulated more than 5,500 hours of service to the division and completed over 1,600 hours of training. Read More
Sheriff Jackson was elected Sheriff of Fulton County in November of 2008. He spent most of his law enforcement career at the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Learn more