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Victim Services

IF YOU ARE A VICTIM OF A CRIME

If you are the victim of a crime please report the offense as soon as practical by calling our Communications Section at 336-727-2112. A deputy will respond to your location and start the investigative process by filing a report. If you need immediate assistance or you’re involved in an emergency, please dial 911.

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Latest News & Highlights

Sheriff

Detention Officer II Sylvia Fisher Retires

Published by Alicia Coleman / May 9, 2022

The Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office wishes Detention Officer II, Sylvia Fisher, all the best in her future endeavors.

Sheriff

Detention Sergeant Joseph Mathews Retires

Published by Alicia W. Coleman / March 11, 2022

Detention Sergeant Joseph Mathews Retires


Sheriff

Detention Sergeant James Adams Retires

Published by Alicia W. Coleman / March 11, 2022

Detention Sergeant James Adams began his law enforcement career in 1995. Detention Sergeant Adams earned several promotions throughout his career.

Sheriff

Detention Sergeant John R. Ball Retires

Published by Alicia W. Coleman / March 11, 2022

Detention Sergeant John Ball began his law enforcement career in 1992.


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Forsyth County Crime Statistics Year to Date

Crimes Against Persons
844
Crimes Against Property
764
Crimes Against Society
441
Group B
3,089
Calls for Service
43,130

* Stats 1/1/2022 thru 4/30/2022

2020 Forsyth County Crime Clock

Violent Crime

  • One homicide every 366 days
  • One rape every 15 days
  • One aggravated assault every 2 days
  • ONE VIOLENT CRIME EVERY 37 HOURS

Property Crime

  • One robbery every 18 days
  • One burglary every 23 hours
  • One larceny every 8 hours
  • One motor vehicle theft every 3 days
  • ONE PROPERTY CRIME EVERY 5 HOURS

Other Crime

  • One Crimes Against Persons every 6 hours
  • One Crimes Against Property every 4 hours
  • One Crimes Against Society every 5 hours
  • One Call for Service every 5 minutes