Sheriff Department

Danny Brannen, Sheriff

141 Commerce Street
Hawkinsville, GA 31036
Phone: (478) 783-1521
Fax: (478) 892-3407

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Office Hours:
Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm
Closed Sat. & Sun.
(Closed 12pm – 1pm for lunch)

911 Dispatch
Hwy 341 Bypass
Open 24/7 365 days
Phone: (478) 783-1212

Ph: 478-783-4011

Our Mission

The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office is a dedicated and diverse group of professionals who are committed to working with the community to make the City and County of Hawkinsville a safe and desirable place to live, work or visit. Our mission is to partner with the community to solve problems and improve public safety in a manner that is fair, impartial, transparent, and consistent. Our mandate is to do so with honor and integrity, while at all times conducting ourselves with the highest ethical standards to maintain public confidence.

  • We Treat Members of the Public with Respect and Dignity. We Maintain the Highest Levels of Integrity and Professionalism in all Actions. We will treat all those we serve in a compassionate, sensitive, courteous and professional manner, regardless of sex, race, lifestyle or reason for law enforcement contact. The integrity of the Department must not be compromised. There can be no question or suspicion among the citizenry regarding Department ethics. Professionalism requires impeccable conduct, careful protection of all citizens’ rights and the maintenance of high levels of accountability from all members of the Department.
  • We are committed to Solving Neighborhood Problems. We Care about the Quality of Life in the City’s Neighborhoods and Believe that our Services Must Answer their Needs. The Department will provide a rapid and effective response to life threatening situations and other public safety emergencies. Yet, we must seek new ways to address the contemporary neighborhood problems of crime, fear of crime, disorder, and physical and social decay. We are committed to providing a highly visible presence in all the City’s neighborhoods.
  • We Maintain Open Communication with all the Communities We Serve. Their Input Helps to Determine Law Enforcement Policies, Priorities and Strategies. The Department recognizes the need to collaborate with the public in order to reduce crime, disorder, fear and all those negative factors lessening the quality of life. We cannot effectively deal with these by ourselves. Through open communication, we strive to increase public understanding of law enforcement complexities, to ensure the certainty that Department priorities match community expectations, and to inform the public of the reasons for police actions. The more communication between law enforcement and citizens, the more likely crime rates will fall.