The Sheriff is a constitutionally elected official, chief law enforcement officer of the County, and executive officer of the Courts. The Department is responsible for execution of all process, writs, warrants, capiases, and other papers issued by State and County courts, and safeguarding life and property while maintaining order in a professional manner that preserves confidence in our democratic process.
In compliance with Va. Code Section 9.1-193(F), each locality shall establish a voluntary database to be made available to the 9-1-1 alert system and the Marcus alert system to provide relevant mental health information and emergency contact information for appropriate response to an emergency or crisis. If you are an individual with the behavioral health illness, mental health illness, developmental or intellectual disability, or brain injury; the parent or legal guardian of such individual if the individual is under the age of 18; or a person appointed the guardian of such person, you may voluntarily provide identifying and health information concerning behavioral health illness, mental health illness, developmental or intellectual disability, or brain injury to this database. Provision of such information is completely voluntary. This information will be made available only to the 9-1-1 alert system and the Marcus alert system.