The Administration Group is the background support for the overall operation of the Sheriff's Office and the public face for citizens needing help with issues or questions often involving complex topics.
The staff assigned to these responsibilities are skilled in a variety of administrative and financial functions enabling them to accomplish a wide range of detailed tasks with a small number of personnel.
In addition to all the operational support duties, they are also the first contact when you visit the Sheriff's administrative offices. They can answer your questions or direct you to the best source to get your answers.
For more information on the Adminstrative Group, see below.
Copies of any report written by deputies of the Henry County Sheriff's Office can be obtained
Monday through Friday during the hours of 8 AM to 5 PM, excluding holidays at the following location:
Henry County Sheriff's Office
This includes incident reports, accident reports, and those written by our School Resource Unit. Only private property accident reports can be mailed, e-mailed or faxed to the requester. All others must be picked up in person. Please be sure to bring information (i.e. case number, date of incident) necessary to assist us in locating the report. There is no fee for this service. If your report was written by another agency you must contact them to obtain a copy.
120 Henry Pkwy.
McDonough, GA 30253
Click here for a list of other law enforcement agencies in Henry County.
If you have any further questions regarding obtaining a copy of a report please feel free to e-mail Jessica Collier or call 770-288-7107 during the hours listed above.
Arrest Record Restrictions (Expungements)
The process of legally "restricting" and limiting access to charges appearing on one's criminal record.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR REQUEST TO RESTRICT (EXPUNGE) ARREST RECORD
Georgia law (O.C.G.A. §35-3-37) provides for the restriction of certain criminal history records for non-criminal justice purposes when approved by the prosecuting attorney.
For Arrests AFTER July 1, 2013
For arrests occurring July 1, 2013 or later, there is no application process required. The prosecutor of your case may approve the restriction at the time of sentencing. If restriction is approved upon sentence completion, it will be noted in the sentencing documentation forwarded to the court.
For Arrests BEFORE July 1, 2013
For arrests prior to July 1, 2013 the applicant is required to apply for restriction at the arresting agency. Arresting agencies require a processing fee not to exceed $50.00 as authorized per §35-3-37. Call the arresting agency for the current fee charged (click here for a list of Henry County agencies).
The REQUEST TO RESTRICT ARREST RECORD is a three section (page) form (click here for the form).
o Section One is completed by the applicant. Each request form may contain only one (1) Date of Arrest (there may be multiple charges for that arrest).
o Section Two is completed by the arresting agency. The arresting agency then forwards the entire form to the prosecutor for approval/denial.
o Section Three is completed by the prosecutor. If approved or denied by the prosecutor, the arresting agency will notify the applicant and a copy of the decision is made available.
When the restriction has been applied to the Georgia criminal history, access to that specific arrest cycle is restricted for non-criminal justice purposes (Employment/Licensing). However, such information may be available through other sources. GCIC has no control over information provided by local agencies or private vendors.
If you have further questions, please contact the Henry County Sheriff's Office at
Paying Traffic Tickets
If you have received a traffic ticket in Henry County, you must first determine the proper court in order to pay your fine. This information is located on the ticket itself. Fines for tickets written inside the city limits of any of the city’s in Henry County must be paid at the court of that city. Fines for tickets written outside of the city limits of Hampton, Locust Grove, McDonough or Stockbridge must be paid at the Henry County State Court.
For a list of Henry County and City Courts, click here.
To pay a ticket through State Court online, click here.
To visit the Henry County State Court website, click here.
To pay a ticket for the cities of Hampton, McDonough and Stockbridge online, click here.
Remember, fines must be paid prior to your court date!