King and Queen County Sheriff's Office
Sheriff William R. Balderson
COMMUNITY POLICE ACADEMY
The first graduation of the Community Police Academy took place on June 8, 2023. The Community Police Academy was held one day a week for nine weeks. The residents of King and Queen County came together and learned about the Sheriff's office and the intricacies of policing. Pictured from left to right are: Sheriff Balderson, Erin, Annie, Matt, Lisa, William, and Investigator Cusick.
If you would like to attend or know more about the next Community Police Academy, which should be held sometime this fall, please contact Investigator Cusick at email@example.com.
Marcus Alert (Mental Health Awareness Response & Community Understanding Services)
The ‘Marcus Alert,’ a statewide mental health alert system to ensure behavioral health experts are involved in responding to individuals in crisis, including by limiting the role of law enforcement. The legislation creates a mental health awareness response and community understanding services (Marcus) alert system, and creates teams of mental health service providers and peer recovery specialists to promote a behavioral health response to individuals in crisis, including those with substance abuse disorder and developmental disabilities.
Starting July 1, 2021, localities had to establish a voluntary database to be made available to the 911 alert system to provide mental health information and emergency contact information for response to an emergency or crisis.
If you are experiencing a behavioral health crisis secondary to mental illness, substance abuse, development disabilities, or any combination thereof, and you wish to voluntarily give us information about yourself, please contact the King and Queen County Sheriff’s’ Office at (804)785-7400.
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