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It’s a critical part of the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office's mission to effectively communicate with Forsyth County residents and businesses, journalists, and other stakeholders. Primary responsibility for this fall to the Communications Division. 


Responsibilities of the Communications Division include maintaining the agency's brand, media releases, social media pages, website, and all community-related events, programs, and classes.

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Forsyth County Sheriff's Office Headquarters

100 East Courthouse Sq. Cumming, GA 30040

Phone: 770.781.2222


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Packed with FCSO highlights from the year and other information, download the Forsyth County Sheriff's Office Annual Reports here. Just click the images to view. 






The Public Information Officer for the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office is Director of External Communications Stacie Miller, who serves as the spokesperson for the agency.

As the PIO, Stacie is responsible for providing information to the public on all Sheriff’s Office-related incidents. She works closely with the media, building positive relationships, to ensure that inquiries are answered timely and accurately, providing interviews and information when necessary.

In addition, the PIO contributes to the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office social media pages and also assists the Community Relations team with community outreach. 


You can contact our Public Information Officer, Director of External Communications Stacie Miller,
770.205.4642   |



The Community Relations Unit serves to promote safety and education to the citizens and businesses of Forsyth County and is a vital component of the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office. The FCSO Community Relations Unit is responsible for coordinating and delivering special classes and programs that work to educate the community and to better build the relationship between the community and the Sheriff’s Office. Along with the many courses and programs offered by FCSO Community Relations, they also partner with other organizations throughout the year and attend many other community events. 


Women’s Self Defense

This course is designed to teach women situational awareness by reviewing case studies of previous abductions. Some hands-on training is provided but limited. This class is designed for women and reserved for women only. (Teenagers 14+ can only attend at parent’s discretion due to mature content.)

CRASE (Citizens Response to Active Shooter Event)

Intended to teach what to do/not do in the case of an active shooter. The skills taught are to Avoid, Deny and Defend-STAY ALIVE and Survive!

Stranger Danger

Educates and empowers children ages 4-11 with knowledge and skills that will help them be safer from various crimes against children.


SALT (Seniors and Lawmen Together)

Open to all Forsyth County Senior Citizens and held monthly. Each month features different speakers and different topics pertaining to senior safety.

CLEA (Citizens Law Enforcement Academy)

The program closely follows the actual hands-on training that deputies undergo. Topics include constitutional law, conducting traffic stops, judgmental use of force, K9 and S.W.A.T. demonstrations, ride alongs with deputies, and much more. Applications are accepted twice a year, watch our Facebook page for those dates. GET APPLICATION

TIP (Teen Interception program)

With the sole purpose of saving teen lives by redirecting them to make better choices and to live successful lives. This seven-week program includes several key speakers and trips to a funeral home, the Forsyth County Jail, and a homeless compound in Atlanta. For more information visit the T.I.P. page

Neighborhood Watch & Business Watch

This program provides information and specific actions to homeowners that can help protect themselves and their homes. Information covered also includes solutions to common neighborhood problems. 


The Business watch program is an offshoot of the Neighborhood Watch concept. The purpose of establishing a Business Watch program is to help educate business proprietors about various precautions they can take in an effort to deter crime. For more information visit the POP page.

S.T.O.P.P.E.D. Program

If a driver under the age of 18 is operating a vehicle that is stopped by a sheriff's deputy for any reason, our Records Management System (RMS) will flag the citation for a deputy to mail out a letter to the parent/guardian. For more information visit the S.T.O.P.P.E.D. PAGE.


The Public Safety Cadet program is designed to attract young, well-qualified men and women to participate in an organized on the job training program that will prepare them for a career in law enforcement. To learn more, visit the PUBLIC SAFETY CADET PAGE.

If you have questions about programs listed above or would like to request a class, program, or speaker, please email: or contact one of the Community Relations team members below. 


Our Problem-Oriented Policing (POP) Unit was developed to improve strategies that prevent and reduce crime. POP Deputies analyze crimes and problem areas within the community and search for effective solutions. Communication is key for our POPs team so they spend a lot of time out in the community talking with citizens and business owners in Forsyth County. The POP Unit also heads up the FCSO Business Watch program. 

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