Field Operations Division (FOD)

The Field Operations Division consists of five different units. These units are the Special Operations Unit, Civil/Transportation Unit, Court Security Unit, Field Support Unit, and the Crime Suppression Unit.


Special Operations UnitThe Special Operations Division consists of the Fugitive Unit, Vice Unit, Cobra Unit, and Special Assignment/Federal Task Force agents. For more information on the Special Operations Unit, click here.


Civil/Transportation UnitThe Civil/Transportation Unit consists of Civil, Transportation, Stalking Unit, and the SORT Unit (Sex Offender Registration and Tracking). For more information on the Civil/Transportation Unit, click here.


Court Services UnitThe Court Services Section provides security for the county court systems and transports inmates to and from court appearances. Currently, it provides security for the courts at the Banke Justice Complex, the Clayton County Youth Development and Justice Center, and the Probate Court at Annex Building III. For more information on the Court Services Unit, click here.


Field Support UnitThe Field Support Unit consists of Community Relations, Training, Evidence, and the Quartermaster. Additionally, all civilian clerical staff in Warrants, Civil, Records, and the GCIC Validation Team report to the Field Support Unit. For more information on the Field Support Unit, click here.


Crime Suppression UnitThe Crime Suppression Unit is responsible for crime suppression, criminal warrants, hospital security details, and other general law enforcement details. For more information on the Crime Suppression Unit, click here.

                                           FOD Flow Chart