The sheriff is the chief law enforcement officer for the county. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: keeping the peace within the county, law enforcement duties, maintaining the county jail, service of criminal and civil process and the security of the justice, chancery, and circuit courts.
Administrative Assistant to the Sheriff
Chief Deputy Victor Byrd
The chief deputy is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Tate County Sheriff's Office. The chief deputy assumes the duties, responsibilities, and authority of the sheriff in his absence and is accountable to the sheriff. The chief deputy supervises the entire staff of the Tate County Sheriff's Office.
Captain Tony Rowley, Jail Director
The jail administrator plans, organizes and implements the operations and programs for the Tate County Jail. The jail administrator is accountable to the sheriff and chief deputy for implementation of all the sheriff's orders and direction concerning the operation of the jail. The jail administrator supervises a staff of 24 jail officers and oversees a jail with a prisoner capacity of 164 and a work center with a capacity of 28
Front Office Manager/Bookkeeper