The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office combined efforts with the Jackson County Emergency Services E-911 Communications Division, Georgia State Patrol local post and Aviation Section, Georgia Department of Corrections, Probation Division and Special Operations K-9 Officers and the Georgia Board of Pardons and Parole Office in a concentrated effort to arrest offenders on outstanding warrants, ensure compliance by registered sex offenders, conduct searches of current offenders and enforce traffic laws and encourage traffic safety within Jackson County.
During the operation, there were 27 sex offender residence verifications, 23 searches of sex offenders and two arrests of sex offenders. Additionally there were nine people arrested on various warrants including probation violations. Traffic enforcement efforts resulted in 38 citations issued and seven warnings issued. Seven of the traffic citations involved driving under the influence (DUI) or driving on suspended or revoked drivers’ license.