Pickens County operates EMS stations in Easley, Liberty, Pickens, Central, Six Mile, Dacusville
and Holly Springs. The County’s Emergency Management Department prepares and maintains
Emergency Operations Plans to cope with potential problems such as natural disasters,
hazardous material releases and terrorist events. Pickens County was selected as one of 14
South Carolina counties to organize a rapid response team for emergencies involving weapons
of mass destruction or hazardous materials.

Emergency Medical Services-County (2005)

EMS Stations 7
Employees (full-time) 56
Employees (part-time) 30
Medical Emergency Calls 113,745
Wheelchair Calls 1,100
Sheriff's Office (2005)

Sworn Employees 93
Non-Sworn Employees 44
Total Calls for Service 45,676
Inmates Processed 4,304
Warrants Issued 6,823
Emergency Management (2005)

Rescue Stations 4
Rescue Personnel (Volunteers) 85
Rescue Calls 1,716
HazMat Team Members 25
Rescue Dive Team Members 20
COBRA Team Members 57
CERT Team Members 14
Fire Service (2005)
Fire Districts 12
Volunteers 87
Paid Firefighters 4

Clerk of Court (2005)

Criminal Court Cases 4,044
Civil Court Cases 1,905