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

  King and Queen County Sheriff's Office

Sheriff John R. Charboneau​ 

Sheriff John R. Charboneau

Man of the Year

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


 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

Monday, July 8, 2019 at 6:30 pm at the Pamunkey Regional Library
Topic: Ride Along

Events Happening

Drug Take Back Day - Pounds Collected

On Saturday, April 27th, the Sheriff's Office collected 40.9 pounds of prescription medication from our Drug Take Back Day!

Collection Sites:

*13.7 pounds were collected from the Pamunkey Regional Library.

*27.2 pounds were collected from Nick's Spaghetti & Steak House.

A huge thank you to all of the citizens of King & Queen County who came to drop off medications. Because of you, 40.9 pounds of unused/unwanted prescription medications are off the streets and out of reach!

Last Night, April 3, 2019, the Republican Party of King & Queen County hosted a Spring Event.

Sheriff John R. Charboneau was awarded Man of the Year! Sheriff Charboneau has been serving the citizens of King & Queen County for 37 years. Sheriff Charboneau started his career at the King & Queen County Sheriff's Office in 1982.

The King & Queen County Sheriff's Office has been under the direction of Sheriff John R. Charboneau for 10 years.

Thank you Sheriff Charboneau for all your hard work and dedication you have given to this department and the many citizens of King & Queen County!

The King & Queen County Sheriff's Office wants to say a huge thank you to the Republican Party of King & Queen County for hosting the event and the King & Queen Woman's Club for the catering.​

​​Our Mission
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.