Since the early 1980's Fayette County has been one of the fastest growing counties in the United States. The phenomenal growth in population in our community is easily seen in the number of motor vehicles on our roadways and the congestion associated with those motor vehicles.
The Traffic Enforcement Section is committed to using progressive education and enforcement efforts to ensure that the roads of Fayette County remain some of the safest in the State of Georgia. Reducing the number of, as well as the severity of, injuries resulting from motor vehicle crashes is the highest priority of the Traffic Enforcement Section; second only to eliminating the occurrences of death in motor vehicle crashes.
The Investigators assigned to the Traffic Enforcement Section are highly motivated and proactively enforce Georgia’s Traffic Laws and provide many educational opportunities for our residents and visitors to learn how to be defensive drivers.
Fayette County Government requires that persons or organizations that wish to conduct a parade that involves any public street or property in unincorporated Fayette County obtain a permit from the Sheriff of Fayette County.
The Fayette County Sheriff's Office, Traffic Enforcement Section, is dedicated to traffic safety. We are concerned with traffic offenses that reduce the quality of life in our community and appreciate your assistance in reporting these to us.
The men and women assigned to the Uniform Patrol Section of the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office perform the most visible and recognizable functions of our agency. They are the core; some might say the backbone, of the Sheriff’s Office.