ANDERSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Anderson County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for providing law enforcement services throughout the county.
The Anderson County Sheriff’s Office is also responsible for the operation and security of the Anderson County Detention Center, Anderson County Unified E-911 Communications Center,
Animal Control, and the Emergency Management Division.
Join Our Team of Law Enforcement Professionals
We are excited about making our county a safer place to live, work and play. All members of our agency are expected to be effective participants in our community policing strategies and programs.
We're looking for men and women of good moral character to join our law enforcement family.
We are dedicated to improving the quality of life for all our residents and will accomplish this mission by building partnerships in the community we serve, maintaining high standards of accountability, and proactively, but fairly, enforcing our laws.
We continue to work towards preventing and solving crimes in our neighborhoods, schools, and workplaces and are committed to serving our community and bringing customer service back to the forefront of everything we do.
Want to be a part of this family?
Sheriff Chad McBride and his staff are committed to an open and transparent agency that is accessible to the community.
MyACSO is the Sheriff's Office Community portal where you can get answers to frequently asked questions, provide valuable feedback about your interactions with our agency and learn about events happening in our area.
The Statewide Automated Victim Information and Notification (SAVIN) website provides victims of crime timely and reliable information about offenders.
The service allows individuals to register to receive notifications automatically by phone and email when there is a specific change in the custody status of an offender.
SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY
In order to maintain awareness of sex offenders living in your neighborhood, we have added a Sex Offender Registry to our website. The registry will allow you to enter any local address. It will then provide a list of all registered Anderson County sex offenders living within a one-mile radius within the boundaries of Anderson County.
If you are a victim of Identity Theft, Forgery, or Financial Transaction Credit Card Fraud and you live in an unincorporated area of Anderson County, call the Sheriff’s Office and file report. You will need a copy of the incident report number should your bank, credit card, or insurance companies need proof of the crime.
Additional information and necessary forms needed to file a report can be found by clicking the button below.