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Williamson County Tennessee Sheriff Overview

Williamson County is located in the Middle Tennessee region. It was created in 1799 and named in honor of North Carolina politician Hugh Williamson who was one of the men who signed the US constitution. The county seat is Franklin. The zip codes in Williamson County are 37046, 37135, 38476, 37062, 37064, 37067, 37069, 37174, and 37179.

The chief law enforcement officer in Williamson County is Sheriff Jeff Long. You can reach him at (615) 790-5560 or via email at jeffl@williamson-tn.org. The Sheriff’s second-in-command is Chief Deputy Robert “Dusty” Rhoades who is responsible for ensuring the efficient and effective running of the day-to-day operations of the Sheriff’s Office. You can reach him at dustyr@williamson-tn.org. Captain Mike Dobbins heads the Detention Division of the department. You can reach him at MikeDobbins@williamson-tn.org.

Williamson County Sheriff’s Office:

Address: 408 Century Court, Franklin, TN 37064

Phone: (615) 790-5560

Fax: (615) 790-5580

Inmate Search in Williamson County Jail

To locate an inmate at the Williamson County Jail, you can call 615-790-5570. A deputy will be able to give the basic information on an inmate who has been booked in the facility such as bond amounts and charges.

The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office posts the county’s Most Wanted list. Any information you have on the whereabouts of an individual on this list can be submitted to the WCSO Crime Stoppers at (615) 794-4000.

Important Jail Policies and Procedures:

Visitation days are Saturday and Sunday only. Visitation is on a first come, first served basis. Inmates can have one visit per day, with two adults and up to three children. Visitors are required to show up 30 minutes prior to the time they wish to visit. They must have a valid ID to sign in. Visitors are not allowed to have any items other than their keys when coming in for visitation. Phones, tablets, or accessories of any kind are not allowed in the visitation booth. Visitors must be dressed appropriately; low cut shirts or those with spaghetti straps, jeans with any holes, or skirts/shorts that are above the knee are NOT permitted.

Visitation Schedule:

08:30 – 09:00: Male Protective Custody

09:00 – 9:30: Male Medical

09:30 – 10:00: Males

10:00 – 10:30: Males

10:30 – 11:00: Males

11:00 – 11:30: Males

11:30 – 12:00: Females Medical

12:00 – 12:30: Females

12:30 – 13:00: Females

13:00 – 13:30: Female Protective Custody

13:30 – 14:00: Males

14:00 – 14:30: Males

14:30 – 15:00: Males

15:00 – 15:30: Males

Lockdown inmates are also allowed visitation as long as they meet the following requirements:

Inmate must be locked down for 30 days prior to visit

Inmate may not receive any disciplinary actions 30 days prior to visit

No security lockdowns or 2 deputies present may have visits

Male Visits are:

730 AM on the first Sunday of the month

800 AM on the first Sunday of the month

Female Visits are:

11 AM on the first Sunday of the month

*All normal visitation rules mentioned above also apply to lockdown inmate visits.

You can send funds to an inmate’s commissary account in a number of ways:

US Postal money orders made payable to Commissary Services of Nashville with the inmate’s name and I.D number clearly written on the memo line must be mailed to: Commissary Services of Nashville, P.O. Box 90441, Nashville, TN 37209.

A kiosk in the front lobby of the Williamson County Criminal Justice Center accepts debit, credit cards or cash. You can also call 1-855-836-3364, or visit www.vendengine.com and deposit funds using debit/credit cards.

Sex Offender Search and Lookup:

Sex offenders must have their information recorded in the state and national sex offender databases after their release from jail. These systems are used to promote public safety and awareness by monitoring the movements of sex offenders. Sex offenders are people who were charged and found guilty of committing or attempting to commit an illegal offense that involves sexual motivation. Some examples of crimes that fall under this description are rape, prostitution, and child pornography. Go to https://www.tn.gov/tbi/section/tennessee-sex-offender-registry for data on sex offenders residing in Williamson County. However, the state cannot guarantee the completeness of accuracy of the information in the database. This is because some offenders may not always comply with the registration law. You may find some entries in the system containing previously known addresses or incomplete addresses.

Bail and Bondsman

A person charged with a crime in Williamson County is allowed to post bail. Bail is the money that the court asks for in exchange for allowing a defendant to stay out of jail while the trial is pending. Bail also helps guarantee that the defendant will show up for all his scheduled court appearances. If he does not, he loses the money.

A bondsman can be used if the defendant (or his family) is unable to come up with the bond money on their own. The bondsman usually charges 10% of the bail amount as his fee.

Williamson County Jail Statistics
Number of Persons Confined317
Avg Daily Population346
Name of new facilitynot applicable
Full time payroll94
Full time total employees94
Total salaries and wagesnot applicable
Other operating expendituresnot applicable
Total construction costsnot applicable
Equipment, furnishings, etcnot applicable
Year of original construction1989
Year of major renovation2001
Name of new facilitynot applicable


Williamson County Unemployment and Median Household Income
Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 2016111,585
Number Employed Annual Average, 2016107,712
Number Unemployed Annual Average, 20163,873
Unemployment Rate, 20163.5
Median Household Income Annual Average, 2015104,367
Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
Williamson County Poverty Data
Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 201410,548
Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 20155.0
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)
Thursday, September 24th, 2020 at 6:54pm
Congratulations to Deputy Josh Torres @WCSO_Sheriff who graduated today from the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy. He is assigned to the Patrol Division. @TNCommerceInsur https://t.co/vxGICalqJ5
Monday, September 21st, 2020 at 6:45pm
Congratulations on 35 yrs of service Capt Moore and Capt Beard ... 20 years for Lt Mobley and 10 years for Lt Shaver .... @sheriff_dusty @WCSO_Sheriff presented the service awards today at the range. https://t.co/XNpuIEIlPI
Monday, September 21st, 2020 at 2:45pm
Crime Stoppers of Williamson County is waiting to hear your tip. You will remain anonymous. Help us stop crime. @WCSO_Sheriff @FranklinTNPD @BTNPD @SHPDTN @NOLENSVILLEPD @FairviewPDTN
Friday, September 18th, 2020 at 5:46pm
TBI clears Deputy @WCSO_Sheriff of any wrongdoing in shooting a suspect who pulled a gun on him. Dep Daniel Soto shot Espior Sibomana, 19, Nashville, TN in the leg after a pursuit on Aug 14, 2020. Dashcam/Bodycam here: https://t.co/k5qQcpSp0r @TBInvestigations https://t.co/LP6jZqHWay
Friday, September 18th, 2020 at 4:09pm
Sheriff's Office, TBI use special K-9s to track down electronic devices in crimes against children https://t.co/m4X3TDhHhF via @franklinhomepg
Friday, September 11th, 2020 at 4:34pm
Two young people who wanted to “end it all” are receiving treatment after Deputies @WCSO_Sheriff saved them from jumping off the Natchez Trace Bridge in two separate incidents this week. https://t.co/fL6gmfv03o https://t.co/SAwy88meGY
Thursday, September 10th, 2020 at 4:20pm
Sept Scam of the Month from @WCSO_Sheriff & @COAMidTN: @bbb_us issued a warning that upcoming elections could provoke an increase in scams. Be aware. Watch for spoofed calls. Beware of prize offers. Don’t give out personal info. Research fundraising organizations before donating https://t.co/WeVWeHy6Kq
Friday, September 4th, 2020 at 1:15pm
The decision to not drink and drive should never be a tough one. If you are celebrating with alcohol this Labor Day weekend, plan ahead for a sober ride home. Extra Deputies @WCSO_Sheriff will be watching for drunk and impaired drivers. https://t.co/EUGpCjhNSy
Tuesday, September 1st, 2020 at 3:50pm
What parents need to know about new ‘Benadryl Challenge’ on TikTok https://t.co/icckCBmVXz

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