Detention Center Officers

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Major Price

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Sergeant Loyd

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Corporal Gilbert

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Ofc. Lovett

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Ofc. Buchanan

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Captain Tarver

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Corporal Williams

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Corporal Wilson

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Ofc. Davis

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Sgt./Comm. Ofc. Jackson

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Lieutenant James

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Corporal Laseter

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Corporal Price

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Ofc. J. Wilson

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Comm. Ofc. Carter

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Comm. Ofc. Marshall

Completed in March 2014, the Gary Yochum, Sr. Law Enforcement Complex is under the direct command of Colonel Grier.  This 118-bed facility has all modern security systems, medical services, holding cells, suicide watch, and four isolation cells as well as an intoxication tank. Included in the design is a secure sally port for inmate intake, and an interior visitation area, with a phone extension at each window for conversations.  A courtroom with seating is located in the front part of the building for convenience of Magistrate, Probate and Superior Court hearings.  A classroom for employee training which seats 32 is located in the secure area near the modern laundry and state of the art kitchen. The entire complex is monitored by cameras 24 hours a day and the area is well lighted with fencing in place to contain detainees and protect the public.

Additional amenities include:

  • 32-Seat employee training classroom

  • Modern laundry room

  • State of the art kitchen

The entire complex is monitored by cameras 24 hours a day and the area is well lit, with fencing in place to contain detainees and protect the public.

The Randolph County Jail Staff strives to:

  • Provide the highest degree of safety, security, and service for inmate population, facility staff, and visitors.

  • Provide and operate the facilities as efficiently and effectively as possible.

  • Promote the reduction of prisoner idleness with inmate labor used in such areas as facility sanitation, food and laundry services.

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