Captain Geoffrey Jackson is the Division Commander for Court Security and Record Services. The courts consist of 23 different courts to include: District Courts, County Courts, Family Courts; and Specialty Courts such as Juvenile and Drug courts. Record Services maintains all records and documents for the detention division, as well as, all criminal records from the sheriff’s office. The records division also assists the public with open records request, background checks, and offence reports. The Alarm Unit provides assistance for homeowners applying for new permits, as well as, keeping track of yearly renewals. The Game Room Regulatory Unit assists with the application process when requesting a permit for a commercial game room within the county.
Captain Jackson began his career in 1986 with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. He joined the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office in February of 1989. While assigned to the Detention Division he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in January of 1997. In July of 1999 he was then appointed to the rank of Lieutenant. In October of 2006 he was appointed to Captain where he assumed command of the Detention Division. As of June 2018 he was assigned to the Court Security and Records Divisions.
Captain Jackson has attended Jarvis Christian College and Houston Community College. He earned his Peace Officer Certification in 1990. He holds numerous certifications from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) including his Master Peace Officer Certificate.