Edgefield County Sheriff's Office
200 Railroad Street, Edgefield, SC 29824
803-637-5337 / 803-278-1625
Adell Dobey - Sheriff
Sheriff Dobey has spent most of his life serving the public and protecting others. He has served with the US Marine Corps, Aiken County Sheriff's Office, Edgefield County Sheriff's Office, Wackenhut Security at SRS, and then returned to the Edgefield County Sheriff's Office. Sheriff Dobey was a Lieutenant in the Training Division before running for the Office of Sheriff in the Fall of 2000. He assumed office on January 1, 2001 and has been re-elected twice since. During his time in office, Sheriff Dobey has remodeled and updated the Detention Center, obtained funds to place more deputies on patrol, created the SWAT and Bloodhound teams, and added a Forensic Investigator. Sheriff Dobey's continuing goal is to protect and serve the citizens of Edgefield County with a professional and dedicated staff of employees.text.

Before the year 1785, Edgefield County was a part of Ninety-Six District, which then included a very extensive territory in the upper part of the State. By the Act of the Legislature of that year, March 12, 1785, Ninety-Six was divided into the Counties, afterwards called Districts, of Edgefield, Abbeville, Newberry, Laurens, Union, and Spartanburg.

In 1790, Edgefield’s first sheriff was elected and the Edgefield District Sheriff’s Office was thus established.
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