Under the leadership of Sheriff Richard Roundtree, the Richmond County jail is managed by a capable staff of law enforcement professionals. With 225 employees, this division is one of the office's largest.
Since then, the Webster campus has grown through two addition and renovation phases. The Webster campus has an average daily inmate population of 835 (FY2012), total bed space for 1,050 inmates and a security and support staff of approximately 150 personnel.
The Jail Division is managed by a highly qualified staff led by:
Maj. Robert Leverett
Major Leverett is a graduate of Georgia Military College and Voorhees College. He has been employed by Richmond County for more than 40 years, served as Warden of Richmond County Correctional Institution for 22 years and 6 years as Interim Deputy Administrator. Major Leverett is currently the Bureau Commander of Court Services and Detention Services.
Captain Reeves is the Operations Division Captain for the Charles B. Webster Detention Center. His is a 25 year veteran with the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office and he is in charge of the daily operations of the facility. Captain Reeves is a graduate of Georgia Southern University. He works closely with the local court systems on the State, Superior, and Federal levels to ensure the safety of inmates and personnel within the facility.
Sheila B. White
Captain Sheila White is the Division Commander for the Charles B. Webster Detention Center. She is a 27 year veteran with 14 of those years serving as a shift Lieutenant in the Jail as well as serving as the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office Finance Director for approximately one and a half years. As a Shift Lieutenant she was in charge of supervising her assigned shift and providing safety and security for inmates and personnel within the guidelines of State and Federal laws and local ordinances During her tenure as the Finance Director, she prepared and administered the budget for the Sheriff’s Office within the guidelines of Federal and State laws, county policy and procedures, and the Sheriff’s instructions.
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