About The Sheriff’s Office
Sheriff Keybo Taylor is the Chief Law Enforcement Officer in Gwinnett County. Sheriff Taylor is responsible for law enforcement on a county level, ensuring that all local, state and federal laws are followed. Sheriff Taylor supervise a force of deputies and other employees of the sheriff office. He supervise the operations of the Gwinnett county jail and is the Chief Security Officer for the Gwinnett County Courts.
The Sheriff’s Office includes the Chief of Staff. The Chief of Staff works closely with the Sheriff and executive staff to establish and carry out the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office priorities, goals and objectives ensuring GCSO remains one of the best provider of public safety services in the country. The Chief of Staff will assist or internal and external partners in all public safety, crime prevention, and community outreach initiatives aimed at making Gwinnett County a safer, stronger and more united community.
The Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office collective goal is to strengthen the ties within Gwinnett’s communities, by re-establishing connections with our youth and being visible during non-criminal justice matters in our county.
The Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office is committed to providing our community with employees who are professional, efficient, and well trained with the latest equipment and technology. The Sheriff’s Office is home to 687 sworn deputies and 184 civilian employees. As the demands rise, this office will continue to strive to maintain the highest law enforcement standards possible.
The Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office is located 30 miles northeast of the Atlanta metropolitan area and serves a population of more than 800,000 residents with an area of 437 square miles.