King and Queen County Sheriff's Office
Sheriff John R. Charboneau
Estate Sale & Bazaar
606 Rock Spring Road, King & Queen Courthouse, VA 23085
April 6th 10AM to 4PM and April 7th 2PM to 4PM
A portion of the proceeds collected will goes towards the King & Queen County Sheriff's Office Project Lifesaver Fund.
TWO COUNTIES JOIN FORCES FOR THE YOUTH OF TOMMOROW!
Last Wednesday, March 13, 2019, K-9 Handler/Investigator Schefflien and K-9 Tyson had the opportunity to speak at the Mattaponi Crime Solvers Monthly Meeting. K9 Handler Schefflien and Tyson demonstrated to those in attendance how an article search is conducted. Recently, K9 Tyson was awarded a Buddy Bag from the K9 Defender Fund and awarded Healthcare for K9 Heroes from Vested Interest. The King & Queen County Sheriff’s Office is proud of K9 Handler Schefflien and K-9 Tyson for their many accomplishments.
The King & Queen County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the Mattaponi Crime Solvers for the invitation and for their continued support!
The King and Queen and Essex County Sheriff’s Offices partner together to launch a regional Law Enforcement Explorer’s Post Program. The Explorer’s Post held its first introductory meeting at King and Queen Central High School where 8 potential Explorer’s Post members and their parents attended. To learn what the post was all about. Sheriff W.A. Holmes of Essex and Sheriff J.R. Charboneau of King and Queen where on hand to speak to participants and let those in attendance know they are dedicated to the Youth and fostering positive relationships with the youth of the two counties. After an information session the participants were given a taste of what activities the post will present to members. The first lesson and demonstration was firearms safety and the proper handling and firing of a weapon. Participants where allow to fire a 9mm simunition pistol at a target under a controlled setting.
The Explorer’s Post will consist of participants from the two counties or others that are 14 to 20 years old. The post will meet weekly while school is in session. The program will consist of classroom and practical exercises using police topics and techniques. To include DUI, Handcuffing, Firearms, Defensive Tactics, Crime Scene Processing and much more. The members will be allowed to ride along with deputies in each county and participate in community events to include fairs, parades and sporting events.
Exploring is a branch of the Boy Scouts of America and helps to train young adults to become ethical leaders and positive citizens all while fostering a positive relationship with the regional law enforcement officers. This post is unique in that cooperation between the two agencies allow a larger pool of resources for the Explorer’s Post members. The next meeting will be on March 21, 2019 at the King and Queen County Sheriff’s Office at 6:30pm. This meeting will be the planning meeting for the Post’s members to take an active role in the planning and implementation of future meetings, topics, location and times, there will also be a fun training exercise for participants. For more information you may contact your local Sheriff’s Office. Any young adult 14 to 20 may join and it is not restricted to Essex or King and Queen County residence.
The King & Queen County Sheriff’s Office mission is to serve, protect and educate the citizens and visitors of King & Queen County. We are here to promote positive change and a safe environment in the King & Queen Community.
242 Allen's Circle
P.O. Box 38
King and Queen Courthouse, VA 23085
Phone: (804) 785-7400
Fax: (804) 785-5489
All Emergencies Dial: 9-1-1
Mattaponi Crime Solvers
3-Year Murder Case Still Unsolved
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
Crime Insiders with Jon Burkett as he reveals never-before seen evidence of the James "Scooter" Byrd case that shook the county of King & Queen 3-years ago. You can watch the segment on CBS6 Facebook Page.
If you have any information, please contact the Mattaponi Crime Solvers at (804)769-3000 or the King & Queen County Sheriff's Office at (804)785-7400.
Explorer's Post Program - Next Meeting
Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 6:30 PM
King & Queen Branch Library.