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

REVIVE!

Training on how to recognize and respond to Opioid Overdoses

Starting Date: Fall 2018

Tuesday Evenings   6:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.


The King and Queen County Sheriff's Office Citizen's Police Academy is a 10-week program that offers King & Queen County residents an opportunity to gain understanding on the many facets of a law enforcement agency. 


Click the button below to download and print the Citizen's Police Academy Application Packet.

Space is limited so get your applications in ASAP!


Complete, sign and hand deliver OR mail the application to: 

Chief Deputy W.R. Balderson
P.O. Box 38
​King and Queen Courthouse, VA 23085

Citizens Police Academy Starting Soon!


Our Mission

The mission of the King and Queen County Sheriff’s Office is to provide a safe and secure operation of all courts and transportation of inmates.  To guarantee timely and accurate service of civil and criminal process.  To effectively and efficiently receive emergency calls for law enforcement, fire and rescue and effectively dispatch and manage all incidents through radio communications.  To maintain a safe and law abiding community through community Policing, Investigations, Animal Control and Traffic Enforcement.  All of this will be accomplished through a well-trained and diverse staff of dedicated employees.


  King and Queen County Sheriff's Office


Sheriff John R. Charboneau​ 

Community Events 

REVIVE! is the Opioid Overdose and Naloxone Education (OONE) program for the Commonwealth of Virginia. REVIVE! provides training to professionals, stakeholders, and others on how to recognize and respond to an opioid overdose emergency with the administration of naloxone (Narcan ®). REVIVE! is a collaborative effort led by the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (DBHDS) working alongside the Virginia Department of Health, the Virginia Department of Health Professions, recovery community organizations such as the McShin Foundation, OneCare of Southwest Virginia, the Substance Abuse and Addiction Recovery Alliance of Virginia (SAARA), and other stakeholders.


If you would like to learn more information about this program and dates for trainings visit www.dbhds.virginia.gov  or contact the Three Rivers Medical Reserve Corps Coordinator,Valerie Prince at (804) 758-2381 Ext. 14 or valerie.prince@vdh.virginia.gov