On Friday, June 28, 2019, Investigator Mitchell M. Wilson graduated from the 98th Session of Virginia Forensic Science Academy. This two-month rigorous academy provides students with the necessary background information and practical application techniques which, when coupled with the student’s previous experience, permit maximum utilization of forensic science in the apprehension and prosecution of criminals in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Investigator Wilson learned how to properly recognize, document, collect and preserve items of physical evidence found at crime scenes for laboratory examination.
From all of us here at the King & Queen County Sheriff’s Office, we are very proud of Investigator Wilson and his determination and commitment to furthering his education in the Criminal Justice field. Congratulations Investigator Wilson!
Investigator Graduates Forensic Science Academy
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.
King William Regional Animal Shelter
Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic on October 16, 2019! Please call the King William Regional Animal Shelter at 804-769-4983 to register your pet today!
Explorer's Post Program - Next Meeting
Monday, September 23, 2019 at 6:30 pm at the Pamunkey Regional Library
Topic: Expandable Baton/Handcuffing
DRUG TAKE BACK DAY!
October 26, 2019 from 10:00 am to 2 pm.
The King and Queen County Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce a new resource for the citizens of King and Queen County, Project Lifesaver. Over the past year, the King and Queen County Sheriff’s Office has been working to establish the Project Lifesaver Program, with the help of donations from local individuals and businesses. The King and Queen County Sheriff’s Office strives to bring peace of mind to all the citizens when their loved ones go missing.
Project Lifesaver was established in April of 1999 to assists those who care for Alzheimer’s Dementia, Autism, Down Syndrome and any other cognitive condition that causes an individual to wander. The Project Lifesaver Program provides personalized radio transmitters or GPS locators to those individual people that tend to wander. These transmitters assist caregivers and the King and Queen County Sheriff’s Office in locating those wandering individuals. Much of the time, wandering individuals are found within 30 minutes.
Do you know of someone who may need this service?
The King and Queen County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications!
This service is FREE of charge, but an application must be submitted to assess the need of the individual. To start the application process, contact Captain Balderson at (804)785-7400 to set up an appointment.
The King and Queen County Sheriff’s Office would like to say a special thank you to the following individuals and businesses for there donations and continued support of the King and Queen County Project Lifesaver:
Claudia Lipp Martin
Gibson Logging Inc.
Lower King & Queen Baptist Church
Project Lifesaver is free of charge to families, however, as the need grows the purchase of new equipment will be necessary and the program will need to be continually updated, costing money. If you would like to donate to the King and Queen County Sheriff’s Office Project Lifesaver Fund, contact Captain Balderson at (804)785-7400. No donation is too small!
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.
King and Queen County Sheriff's Office
Sheriff John R. Charboneau
Project Lifesaver Program
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