Sheriff's Office

Duty to Serve

Chesterfield County Sheriff's Office has a duty to serve and a passion to do so with dignity and respect. Sheriff's Office fully supports and fosters Chesterfield's efforts to be an extraordinary and innovative community in which to live, work and play by enhancing safety of the community, serving with pride, professionalism and integrity, and treating everyone fairly and equally regardless of race, religion, color, creed, national origin or sexual preference. To do this, the Sheriff's Office maintains a qualified, diverse and professional workforce to promote and maintain an efficient organization that strives to be a benchmark for all that is right in public service.

Sheriff's Office enhances public safety by providing a safe court and jail environments, service of legal documents, and comprehensive care of offenders through professional and unbiased performance. 

In Cooperation with Chesterfield Police

Though all Sheriffs Deputies maintain and use arrest authority, the Chesterfield County Police Department is the agency responsible for the majority of criminal investigations, as well as traffic enforcement and patrol duties in the county. View active warrants (PDF).

Community Policing Act Notice

The Virginia Department of State Police, Uniform Crime Reporting Unit began the collection of investigatory stop data based on the creation of the Community Policing Act. Data collected from our agency can be viewed on the Virginia Open Data Portal.

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