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The Forsyth County Sheriffs Office Property and Evidence Unit has several functions; some of which includes receiving, storing, and recording property and evidence, ensuring our property, evidence, and impounded vehicles are preserved and accounted for according to federal, state, and local law and regulations, and with the established departmental policy. Various types of evidence are submitted into evidence section; some examples are blood/urine kits, large sums of money, documents, drugs, weapons, vehicles, and other items that may be confiscated by law enforcement officials in criminal cases, as well as found property. The evidence technicians are tasked with making sure all items are properly identified, documented, and packaged for safe and secure storage.


Some of their other duties include: assisting at major crime scene's as needed, running firearm serial numbers through ATF and GCIC, verifying criminal history reports prior to releasing weapons to the public, notifying known owners of found property or safekeeping property received, compiling case information into an exhibit a for returned signed court order for multiple judicial court systems to purge abandoned property, as well as conducting inventory audit, which is performed routinely on a regular basis to ensure the security and integrity of the evidence room.



Forsyth County Sheriff's Office

Property & Evidence

2314 Keith Bridge Rd. Cumming, GA 30040


Monday - Thursday

7:00 AM to 5:30 PM

Last Appointment: 4:30 PM


7:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Last Appointment: 3:00 PM

Phone: 678.513.5895


If you need to speak with the detective about your case please call our office during normal business hours at 770.781.2222, or the non-emergency dispatch line after hours, at 770.781.3087, and ask for an on-call detective supervisor.

If you need to pick up lost, stolen, or seized property, or have questions, please contact our Property & Evidence Office at 678.513.5895  or Please reference your name, contact information, case number, and description of item(s) in question. 

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