Welcome to the Records Division. Major Kelly Holcomb supervises the Records Division for the Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office. The Records Division maintains records for the Investigative Division and prepares and disseminates investigative case files to the District Attorney’s Office for prosecution. Other duties performed are the preparation of UPD (Uniform Patrol Division) case files for prosecution, supervising the Data Entry Clerks and Terminal Agency Coordinator (TAC), maintaining yearly statistics for Sheriff Sisk and handles open records requests.
Data Entry Clerks-Data Entry Clerks are an important part of the Sheriff’s Office daily operations. In addition to assisting the public who come to the Sheriff’s Office, our Data Entry Clerks answer incoming phone calls, enter all warrants, citations, civil processes, accident reports, incident reports and pawn receipts into the in-house computer system. Data Entry Clerks are also responsible for criminal history expungements and firearms (handgun) permits. Data Entry Clerks maintain bond information and disseminate inmate information to the District Attorney’s Office. Data Entry Clerks are responsible for court subpoenas that are turned over to the UPD (Uniform Patrol Division) for service. Contact is essential with outside agencies in reference to transferring inmates from other facilities, working with offices such as Child Support Enforcement, Parole, Probation, Superior Court, Magistrate Court and Probate Court.
Terminal Agency Coordinator-The Terminal Agency Coordinator (TAC) coordinates and maintains all documentation and information relating to the Georgia Crime Information Center for CJIS network related matters. The Terminal Agency Coordinator (TAC) is responsible for GCIC terminal operator training in the Catoosa County E-911 center, Catoosa County detention facility, and Data Entry Division. The Terminal Agency Coordinator maintains record of certification for each terminal operator and is responsible for by-yearly audits by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. The Terminal Agency Coordinator also enters warrants into the GCIC/NCIC (Georgia Crime Information Center/National Crime Information Center) and maintains their validations.
Visitors to the Sheriff’s Office are greeted by Data Entry personnel who assist in meeting the needs of the visitor. Here, civilians can obtain copies of reports, (incident reports, accident reports), apply for criminal history background information, obtain expungement packets, submit firearms applications obtained from the probate court, speak with a deputy and/or supervisor about a specific matter, or speak with Sheriff Sisk himself. The Sheriff’s Office lobby is open 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. After 5:00 PM, citizens may obtain help and/or information by using the desk phone in the detention facility lobby or by calling the communications center at (706) 935-2323.