The Fulton County Sheriff's Office is headed by Sheriff Theodore Jackson, which serves numerous cities within Fulton County. With new innovative technologies progressively introduced into the jail facilities, an inmate’s and visitor’s experience becomes simpler and safer, offing inmates face-to-face meetings. Video conference options are soon to be introduced to the facilities as well, allowing visitors and inmates to communicate by video screen. These methods are used to increase efficiency and safety needed for inmate meetings. The Fulton County Sheriff's Office has strict regulations regarding who is able to visit the jails, including the regulation of children within the facilities. Information on Fulton County inmates can be found online using the inmate database, as well as the visitor policies.
You can check an inmate's current status by using the county's jail lookup site. After searching for an inmate, the inmate's current location will state “In Custody”.
Court information can be found online here.
Video visitation is used at Fulton County Jails. Visitors must register in advance and can find more information here.