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Hamilton County Jail


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 594
Inmate Capacity: 490
Year Constructed: 1974
Full-Time Staff: 156
Total Staff Salaries: $7,608,870

Phone:(423) 209-7050

Hamilton County, TN Offense Statistics
Violent Crime 262
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 1
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 39
Robbery 14
Aggravated Assault 208
Property Crime 1,576
Burglary 462
Larceny-theft 969
Motor Vehicle Theft 145
Arson 11
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department
Hamilton County Sheriff's Office - TN
Hamilton County Sheriff's Office - TN added 7 new photos.Tuesday, January 15th, 2019 at 10:51am
HCSO Hosts Pinning Ceremony for Captain Van Hinton

Hamilton County, TN – Earlier this morning, Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Hammond officially promoted Van Hinton to the rank of Sheriff’s Captain. In his new role, Captain Hinton will be responsible for overseeing the HCSO Fugitive Division and Court Security Division. Captain Hinton will also be heavily involved with assisting the HCSO with minority affairs and recruitment.

Prior to today’s promotion, Captain Hinton served as the lieutenant over the HCSO Fugitive Division and prior to that duty station, he served as Lieutenant over the HCSO Narcotics and Special Operations Division.

Captain Hinton has been with the HCSO for thirty years and his prior duty assignments include stations in the Corrections Division, Court Security Division, Patrol Division, and Fugitive Division. Captain Hinton also served on the DEA Taskforce for a number of years as well.

On hand for today’s pinning ceremony were members of the HCSO Command Staff, family, friends, and colleagues of Captain Hinton, and several local law enforcement personnel and elected officials.

Special guests of Captain Hinton included his wife of 30 years, Deandra Hinton, and long-time family friends, Michael and Estella Harvey. Also on hand for the ceremony were retired HCSO Deputy Chief Richard Thurman, retired HCSO Deputy Chief Charles Lowery, Jr, Deputy Jessica White, Detective Yolanda Ward, and Julia Williamson. Several additional local law enforcement personnel were on hand including Chattanooga Police Captain Jonathan Bryant, retired Chattanooga Police Assistant Chief Edwin McPherson (now Sergeant McPherson with the UTC Police Department), and UTC Police Department Lieutenant John Boe. Hamilton County Commissioner Katherlyn Geter also attended today’s pinning ceremony as well as NAACP Vice President James Mathis and George Calhoun.

Please offer Captain Hinton your congratulations as he assumes his new role within the HCSO.
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office - TN added 9 new photos.Friday, January 11th, 2019 at 11:49am
Aircraft from Lake Chickamauga Recovered

Hamilton County, TN – Private Contractors working on behalf of the insurance company responsible for the recovery of the aircraft that crashed in Lake Chickamauga on Monday, January 7, 2019 have successfully recovered the plane.

The aircraft was ferried to an undisclosed, secure location on Lake Chickamauga where it was unloaded and reloaded onto a flatbed truck. It will now travel to a secure location where NTSB personnel will review the wreckage.

This incident remains an active and ongoing investigation. No additional details are available at this time.

Any questions regarding the wreckage, its location, or the amount of time necessary to review the wreckage should be directed to the NTSB.

Due to the fact the aircraft was brought to a secure location inaccessible to local media, the HCSO Public Relations Division has provided the images below for story documentation purposes. Please attribute the pictures to the HCSO Public Relations Division.
Hamilton County Sheriff's Office - TN
Hamilton County Sheriff's Office - TNFriday, January 11th, 2019 at 9:42am
January 11, 2019 – 3:46 PM - The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office can confirm the main portion of the aircraft fuselage has been successfully recovered from the bottom of the Lake Chickamauga and is in the process of being loaded and secured.
Hamilton County Sheriff's Office - TN
Hamilton County Sheriff's Office - TNThursday, January 10th, 2019 at 11:23am
HCSO Search Crews Locate Downed Aircraft in Lake Chickamauga

Hamilton County, TN - Earlier this afternoon, HCSO personnel located the missing aircraft in Lake Chickamauga that crews have been searching for since Monday afternoon.

The aircraft was located near the vicinity where eyewitness accounts on Monday report the airplane allegedly went down just before witnesses lost sight of the aircraft.

The aircraft was located in approximately 35 feet of water after search crews used side-scan sonar to locate an anomaly on the lake floor. HCSO Dive Team personnel dove the site and confirmed the wreckage.

HCSO Divers located two victims among the wreckage and made recovery. Both victims’ remains were transported to the Hamilton County Medical Examiner’s Office. HCSO investigators will work with the Medical Examiner’s Office to confirm the identity of the two victims. Once confirmation has been made, the names of the victims will be released.

As mentioned in this morning’s briefing, today’s objective was to locate the wreckage and remove the victim(s) if possible. Our primary objective will now shift to a recovery operation in which personnel will assess the damaged craft in the coming days and how best to recover it.

Once the craft is removed from the lake, it will be transported to a secure site and detained for investigators to review the wreckage. The HCSO will work in collaboration with the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) to determine the cause of the crash.

The timeline to remove the aircraft has not been determined and will depend greatly on the weather, water conditions, the time required to conduct a proper assessment of the wreckage, and the location of available resources necessary to lift the plane from the lake.

“The HCSO would like to offer our prayers and condolences to the family of the victims as they continue through the difficult grieving process,” stated Sheriff Jim Hammond. “I want to thank each of our personnel and the many supportive agencies who assisted with locating this aircraft. Thanks to their relentless determination and training, they have been able to locate the wreckage and help bring some needed closure to the family of the victims,” he further noted.

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office would like to offer our appreciation to the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency (TEMA), TWRA, TVA, Sale Creek Volunteer Fire Department, Dallas Bay Volunteer Fire Department, Franklin County Emergency Services, Highway 58 Volunteer Fire Department, STARS, and local members of our community for their continued operational support and expertise. The HCSO would also like to thank all the local organizations, businesses, and private citizens who provided food for the operations.

It is not known at this time when the aircraft will be ready for recovery.

This incident remains an active investigation and no further details are available at this time.
Hamilton County Sheriff's Office - TN
Hamilton County Sheriff's Office - TN added 6 new photos.Thursday, January 10th, 2019 at 7:02am
HCSO Marine Patrol and Dive Team personnel took to the water this morning once again as they continue the search efforts for the missing plane from Monday's crash. Several areas of interest were located during yesterday's search that are being investigated further today.
Hamilton County Sheriff's Office - TN
Hamilton County Sheriff's Office - TN added 2 new photos.Thursday, January 10th, 2019 at 7:00am
HCSO Public Relations Division staff conducted a media briefing this morning to help keep members of the local media and the community updated as to the search efforts for the missing aircraft. The items covered in the briefing are below:

Morning Briefing for Continued Aircraft Search

Hamilton County, TN - Search efforts continue for the downed aircraft and victim(s) in Lake Chickamauga near the 3,000 block of Lee Pike.

Water conditions remain about the same with relative calm top water, but heavy, fast moving under currents.

Yesterday HCSO personnel located several areas of interest during the search they hope to investigate further today.

TVA Marine Division personnel will join the search efforts today as well.

HCSO personnel remain in daily contact with family of those alleged to be on board, but the HCSO is still not prepared to release any names at this time.

HCSO Marine Patrol, Criminal Investigations Division, Dive Team, UAS Division, and patrol staff will continue their efforts today to locate the downed aircraft.

Unless other noted, daily searches will continue from approximately 8:30-9:00 am through sunset each day, until the aircraft is located.

The search continues with support from the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency (TEMA), TWRA, TVA, Dallas Bay Volunteer Fire Department, Sale Creek Volunteer Fire Department, and STARS.

Once again, the HCSO asks the community and members of the local media to have patience as we continue our diligent, joint search efforts to locate the missing plane and victim(s).