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James Bondsman Bail Bonds

home Richmond, VA, USA
phone (804) 370-0053

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Roy Jones

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

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posted 1 year ago

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CHESTERFIELD COUNTY JAIL Address

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY
P.O. BOX 758
CHESTERFIELD, VA
23832

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 331
Inmate Capacity: 250
Year Constructed: 1955
Full-Time Staff: 156
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(804) 748-1476

Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office

The Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office is accredited through the Virginia Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission. We are committed to providing the citizens of Chesterfield County with excellent customer service. Our agency strives to achieve the following strategic goals and objectives set in place by our Sheriff: • Enhancing the safety of the community. • Enhancing the support and respect of citizens by serving with pride professionalism and integrity and by treating everyone fairly and equally regardless of race, religion, color, creed, national origin or sexual preference. • Maintaining a qualified, diverse and professional workforce that is our most valued resource in accomplishing our mission. • Promoting and maintaining an innovative and efficient organization. • Serving as the benchmark for all that is right in public service.
Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office
Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office shared a live video.Friday, March 15th, 2019 at 9:18am
Special announcement from Special Olympics Virginia!!
Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office
Special Olympics Virginia
Thank you, Publix for raising a whopping $49,158 for Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Virginia & our incredible athletes!!!! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 Shout-out to Pam and her team at Publix Super Market at Harbour Pointe Shopping Center for leading the pack in Virginia as the store with the most funds raised! We also want to thank Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office for their support throughout the campaign and every day! Kudos to local Chesterfield athlete, Tony Shores, for coming out before Bowling practice to assist with the big reveal!
Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office
Chesterfield County Sheriff’s OfficeFriday, March 15th, 2019 at 4:00am
The Chesterfield County Sheriff's Office strives to provide a high level of customer service. Customer service is provdied in many different ways.

Recently, Dep. James Johnson was witnessed patiently assisting an elderly woman. The woman accidently triggered her car alarm and she appeared to be embarrased and distressed prior to Dep. Johnson arriving. He helped her find her keys to disable the alarm. Immediately you could see the relief on her face.

Dep. Johnson exemplifies the mission of the Sheriff's Office; Duty to Serve, Passion to do it with Dignity and respect. Dep. Johnson was formally recognized for his high level of customer service by Capt. Levi Gholson.
Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office
Chesterfield County Sheriff’s OfficeThursday, March 14th, 2019 at 2:00pm
The Chesterfield County Sheriff's Office Peer Support Team has achieved state accreditation. This is a great success and achievement for the Peer Support Team.

Peer supporters are specially trained co-workers who want to help and can talk confidentially with employees and their family members about personal and professional problems. They are counselors whose primary function is to listen, assess, and whenever necessary, refer employees to professional counselors. Peer supporters are never used in place of required professional care. The Peer Support Team is there for employees to talk with “one of their own”, or with someone who has “been there” and knows first hand what it is like to work their job. There is no limit to the type of personal, professional, or life problems that can be discussed with Peer Support.

To achieve accreditation a review of formal training requirements by the Virginia Office of Emergency Medical Services is necessary. The team must provide proof that each member is a certified peer specialist, present documented training in required areas, proof of alerting processes when an incident occurs, and provide policies and procedures to reflect roles and resources.
Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office
Chesterfield County Sheriff’s OfficeThursday, March 14th, 2019 at 10:00am
Deputy Sheriff of the Year

Deputy First Class Applegate was nominated for Employee of the Year by the Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office for 2018. Subsequently, his efforts were further recognized as The American Legion Post 186 selected DFC Applegate as Deputy Sheriff of the Year 2018.

Some of his accomplishments include becoming a certified EMT, preventing a weapon from entering a secured facility, earned a life saving award for providing life saving procedures to a person overdosing from Heroin and another from Fentanyl, and responding to a call outside the Magistrate’s Office which ended with him making the arrest.

DFC Applegate is a leader in his unit. He does this not only by contributing with his knowledge, skills, and abilities but as American Legion Post 186 stated, he is “One Who Goes in Harm’s Way”. DFC Applegate exemplifies the mission of the Sheriff’s Office, Duty to Serve, Passion to do it with Dignity and Respect.
Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office
Chesterfield County Sheriff’s OfficeWednesday, March 13th, 2019 at 1:30pm
Today, Sheriff Leonard presented the Sheriff's Office proposed budget for fiscal year 2020. The presentation outlined accomplishments made to reduce recidivism, our commitment to community service, and examples of fiscal responsibility by staff.
Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office
Chesterfield County Sheriff’s OfficeFriday, March 8th, 2019 at 11:00am
The 32nd Basic Academy of the Chesterfield Sheriff's Office began firearms training last week. The recruits are learning about how to properly handle firearms, including how to load and unload them, how to secure them when not in use and how to safely fire in different positions.

If you or someone you know is interested in joining a team of motivated law enforcement professionals, please visit the link below to apply online.

http://www.chesterfield.gov/careers/#