Special Services Division
Captain Andy Davis
Captain Davis began his career at the Dickson County Sheriff’s Office in 1994 as a Reserve Deputy. He joined the patrol division full time in 1995. Over the years he promoted through the ranks of Field Training Officer, Corporal, Sergeant, Detective, Detective Lieutenant, and in 2016, became the Captain of the Special Services Division.
The Special Services Division is responsible for Criminal Warrants, Court Security, Transports, Civil Process, and Sex Offender Management and Monitoring.
The Special Services Division is responsible for multiple functions which include serving criminal warrants, serving civil process, conducting inmate and mental health transports, school resource officers, and providing security for all courts in Dickson County. Warrants Deputies are also responsible for Sex Offender management and investigation. The division is also responsible for maintaining and validating N.C.I.C. (National Crime Information Center) records for wanted individuals as well as stolen property.
Sergeant Joe Calhoun, Warrants
Sergeant Keith Dearborn, SRO's
Sergeant Justin Trowell, Court Security