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Sheriff Levett was born, raised and currently lives in Rockdale County. In 1991, Sheriff Levett began working in the E911 Center of the Sheriff’s Office. In 1992, after graduating from Rockdale County High School, the Sheriff was hired by the EOC to work full-time in the Communications Center as an E911 dispatcher.
After briefly serving his community as a dispatcher, Sheriff Levett became a certified detention deputy working in the Rockdale County Jail and later became a peace officer, assuming the role of Deputy Sheriff. In addition to working at the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office, Sheriff Levett has worked at the Conyers Housing Authority, as a Community Oriented Policing (COPS) deputy, School Resource Officer (SRO) and an Investigator. In addition, Sheriff Levett has served in supervisory positions at the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office, which have included the ranks of Corporal and Sergeant. Prior to taking a leave of absence to run a campaign for the Office of Sheriff, he was a supervisor assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division of the Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff Levett was sworn in by Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Carol W. Hunstein as the Rockdale County Sheriff on December 30, 2012 and he assumed office on January 1, 2013.
Sheriff Levett is a graduate of the Columbus State University Professional Management Program. He is currently enrolled at Thomas University where he is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. Furthermore, Sheriff Levett is an active member of the Georgia Sheriff’s Association.
Sheriff Levett has been married for 16 years to Lavette. They have been blessed with two children, Christian and Colin.
For more information on the Rockdale County Sheriff's Office, please visit www.rockdalesheriff.com.