Sheriff's Annual ReportCounty Offices
During the 2015 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 includes the Special Olympics Torch Run, Meet in the Middle, Fall Festival, National Night Out, Bright Beginnings and Shop with a Sheriff. Sheriff Dempsey is serving as the Director of Region II Special Olympics with a personal goal to identify more Special Olympians from Region II. Sheriff Dempsey is also serving as Treasurer of the Virginia Sheriff’s Association.
King George Animal Control continues to host a Spring and a Fall Rabies Clinic in addition to sponsoring the Co-op Program through King George High School. The Sheriff’s Office also hosted a Spring intern, Colton Southall. Deputy Alison Nowacki received the MADD award for her record number of DUI arrests.
The communications 9-1-1 center had new hires of Stephanie Haynes, Teri Horton, Amanda Busl, Ayla Padgett and Chelsea Massie.
Deputies Breanna Marini and David Marcuse were hired and graduated from the Rappahannock Regional Criminal Justice Academy (RRCJA), Law Enforcement Basic Training. Deputy Breanna Marini also completed the Drug Awareness Resistance Education (D.A.R.E) training.
There have also been some personnel changes during this past year. Rhonda Bland was promoted to Communications Director, Sierra Harvey promoted to Communications Training Officer and Lisa King promoted to Communications NCIC/VCIN Manager.
Total calls for service 34988
Total arrests 1402
Total summonses 3708
Criminal cases investigated 1573
Total DUI arrests 75
Total drug arrests 101
Traffic stops 5026
Civil papers served 6707
Prisoner transports in VA 361 adults, 21 juveniles
Extraditions-out of state 21