Sheriff's Annual ReportCounty Offices
During the 2011 calendar year, in addition to our normal duties and responsibilities, King George Sheriff's Office was fortunate enough to participate in a number of worthwhile events, which include Relay for Life, National Night Out, Fall Festival, and Shop with a Cop.
There have also been some personnel changes during this past year. Rhonda Smith was promoted to Communications Supervisor. Deputy Wayland Carter, Deputy Stephen Patla, and Deputy Roderuck Shriver all graduated from the regional Academy. Deputy Shriver was honored with both the Top Academic Award and the Charles E. Murray Jr. Top Performance Achievement Award. Deputy Drew Massey retired his K-9 Partner, Simon, after eight years of faithful service, and Deputy Massey, now Detective Massey, transferred to the Investigations Division. Deputy Doug Jones was recognized by the Rappahannock Area Alcohol Safety Action Program for a record number of DUI arrests, and finally, the entire Office successfully completed its second State VLEPSC Re-Accreditation.
Listed below are some workload statistics for this time period:
Total Calls for service 31500
Total arrests 1382
Total Summonses 2298
Criminal cases investigated 1577
Total DUI arrests 84
Total drug arrests 118
Traffic stops 3384
Civil papers served 7036
Prisoner transports (not local) 354