Captain Jarret S. Gorlin

Captain Gorlin has been with the Fulton County Sheriffs Office Reserve Unit since 1996. Captain Gorlin began his career by becoming the youngest rated commercial helicopter pilot at the young age of 16. He has held various jobs in the helicopter arena that include charter pilot, FOX 5 Atlanta News helicopter pilot, and chief pilot for the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office in Atlanta. He is rated in various types of single and multi engine airplanes and helicopters with both piston and turbine engines. He is a FAA Master Wings Recipient.

Captain Mr. Gorlin started his law enforcement career at the age of 21 by joining the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office. He rose through the ranks from Deputy to Captain. He currently is commander of the reserve unit in which he oversees over 90 deputy sheriffs who work in the courts, jail, and warrant division. He has over 1300 hours of certified law enforcement training, has worked every aspect of law enforcement including the jail, courts, warrants, patrol, training, and administrative. He is a certified law enforcement instructor by the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Counsel, a Taser Instructor, and a trained and qualified Special Weapons and Tactics Officer (SWAT). Mr. Gorlin was instrumental in designing and facilitating the production of many of the software systems that the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office uses on a daily basis.

Additionally, Captain Gorlin was founder of numerous private companies that employ more than 500 people and has made INC Magazines fastest growing companies in America for three years.