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ALLEGHENY COUNTY JAIL Address

Allegheny County Jail
268 W Main St
Covington, VA
24426

Phone:(540) 965-1776

Alleghany County Sheriff's Office and Regional Jail
Alleghany County Sheriff's Office and Regional Jail shared Virginia Sheriffs' Association (VSA)'s post.Thursday, January 17th, 2019 at 8:14am
Alleghany County Sheriff's Office and Regional Jail
Alleghany County Sheriff's Office and Regional JailFriday, January 11th, 2019 at 8:48am
Sheriff Kevin Hall has installed a pink color scheme on our newest addition to the fleet. The pink lettering and decals show our support for breast cancer awareness.
This vehicle has been assigned to Deputy Ricky C. Bates who is a School Resource Officer assigned to Callaghan Elementary School. It has an extra special meaning to Deputy Bates who's wife is a breast cancer survivor!
Alleghany County Sheriff's Office and Regional Jail
Alleghany County Sheriff's Office and Regional Jail shared Alleghany Highlands Community Services's post.Thursday, January 10th, 2019 at 7:36am
Alleghany County Sheriff's Office and Regional Jail
Alleghany County Sheriff's Office and Regional JailMonday, January 7th, 2019 at 7:40am
We have partnered with the Alleghany Highlands Community Services Board and Alleghany Highlands Healthy Youth Coalition and installed a “Medication Drop Box” in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office. Residents can now safely dispose of unused prescription medications 24/7 365 days a year!
No liquids or sharps will be accepted.
The CSB and Healthy Youth Coalition will be onsite on January 16 from 10:00am- 12:00pm to give away prevention information, medication lock boxes, and other freebies.
See you there!
Alleghany County Sheriff's Office and Regional Jail
Alleghany County Sheriff's Office and Regional Jail added 7 new photos.Tuesday, December 4th, 2018 at 7:54am
Operation Candy Checkpoint Was a Success

On Thursday 11/29/2018 at the end of the school day, members from the Alleghany High School Law Enforcement Club conducted a “candy checkpoint” in conjunction with the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) seat belt campaign of Click It or Ticket. The participating members were Shawn Carter, Joseph Edwards, Ira Loan, Sidney Robinson, Zach Sexton, Johnathan Scruggs, Cody Taylor, and Chris Tucker. Deputy Clinton Phillips of the Alleghany County Sheriff’s Office is the sponsor and training coordinator of the Law Enforcement club at AHS.
The mission of the candy checkpoint was to bring awareness to drivers and passengers about wearing their seat belts. Deputy Phillips would safely bring those vehicles to a stop at a three-way intersection exiting the school. This would then allow the members to approach the vehicles in a safe manner. Club members would approach the vehicles and offer Smarties candy to drivers and passengers wearing their seat belts and offer Dum-Dum suckers to those not buckled up. They would also offer a reminder for those not buckled up that it is a law to buckle up. The checkpoint was also monitored and tracked for seat belt usage. One member acted as a recorder and monitored the first 100 vehicles that entered the checkpoint and kept a count of vehicles for the duration. Of the first 100 vehicles, 70 drivers were buckled prior to entering the checkpoint area. The vehicles included students, teachers, and guardians picking up students.
Members of the Law Enforcement Club felt the checkpoint was successful in bringing awareness to wearing seat belts. The comment was made, “Even if they don’t keep their seat belts on all the time, we know that they were at least safe when they got home today.”