Judicial Services is comprised of 4 different areas:

*Warrants- All warrants issued in the county are housed here including city warrants from CPD

Civil- Carry out all court orders, writs and evictions. Serve civil papers issued by third parties

Court Services- responsible for the overall security of the courthouse to include judges, jurors, civilians and inmates.

Records- open records requests, entering and storing all reports and citations. also answering phones and distribution of calls.

The Judicial Services Division is responsible for the security of the Rockdale County Courthouse and all County courts. Additionally, this division is responsible for the Transportation Unit, the Sex Offender Registry, Civil and Warrants and Records for the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office.

Sex Offenders
The Judicial Services Division is responsible for registering and verifying sex offender movements throughout the county. Click HERE to research registered sex offenders in Rockdale County.

Court Security Unit
The Courthouse Security Unit is trained in X-ray scanners, cameras, and alarm systems to improve courthouse security. This unit is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day security of the courthouse and court security functions. This division serves as the formal liaison with the judge of each court.

Deputies are assigned throughout the courthouse complex and court offices for security.

Driving Directions to the Rockdale County Courthouse:
From Interstate 20, take Exit 82, (GA Highways 20 & 138) and go North (towards Monroe). Turn left on Main Street. The courthouse complex is bordered by Main Street, Milstead Avenue and Pine Street.

Courthouse Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

Prohibited Items:

Firearms including air guns

Any weapon toy or tool designed to fire a projectile.

Cutting implements, including knives , scissors, fingernail files or clippers.

Chemical agents

Pepper spray


Any irritating agents


Only approved personnel may bring tools into the courthouse.

Cell phones.

Cell phones may be brought into the courthouse, however some judges will allow them in their court rooms while others do not. Please be aware that you may be asked to return your phone to your vehicle. Courthouse deputies will not be responsible for securing your cell phone while you are in the courthouse.

This is not an all-inclusive list. Deputies responsible for security may determine the suitability of any item brought into the Courthouse.

Civil and Warrants Section oversees the warrants and civil functions of the Sheriff’s Office.

Personnel assigned to the Warrants and Civil Unit are responsible for serving criminal warrants and civil papers and maintaining the Sheriff’s Office link with state and national crime information databases. Deputies assigned to this unit serve on task forces for sex offender registries, participate in regional warrant “round-ups”, and include a specialized fugitive investigator.

Warrant information cannot be given over the phone. We can only advise if a person has a warrant in person and with identification.

The Warrants and Civil Unit operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.