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Sheriff Anthony W. Roper

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100 N. Church St.
Berryville VA 22611

Emergency Phone: 911

Non-Emergency Phone: (540) 955-1234
Crime Solvers: (540) 665-TIPS (665-8477)
Office Phone: (540) 955-5152 - Office Fax: (540) 955-4111



Professionalism, Respect, and Ethical Service

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MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the Clarke County Sheriff's Office is to provide for a safe community through customer service based policing.  We will strive to achieve this mission through Professionalism, Respect, and Ethical Service.

 

What's New

VA Sheriff's Magizine Article

The Northwest Virginia Regional Search and Rescue Task Force (NVRSRTF) SandR3

Northwest Virginia law enforcement agencies have a new tool for locating missing persons as well as supporting criminal investigations. The Northwest Virginia Regional Search and Rescue Task Force (NVRSRTF) was created in May of 2014 to support Clarke, Fauquier, Frederick, Shenandoah and Warren County Sheriff Offices.

Read the recent article for the Virginia Sheriff's Magazine within News and Notes.

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The Clarke County Sheriff's Office has expanded it's communication to include social media to better keep the citizens of the county informed of events, issues, and other information.

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The Clarke County Sheriff's Office is now on Facebook!

Please visit and follow us for up-to-date news and information. Click the image, or here to visit.

twitterFollow us on Twitter - ClarkeCoSO. Click the image, or here to visit.

 

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The Sheriff's Office has a new Drug Collectiton Unit located in the lobby of the Clarke County Sheriff’s Office located at 100 North Church Street, Berryville, VA. Access to the collection unit is available to citizens 24 hours a day. TThe drug collection unit to help our community safely dispose of unwanted medications, including controlled substances. Law enforcement drug collection programs help rid communities of unwanted medications that may otherwise be diverted, abused, or contaminate our water supply.

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The Clarke County Sheriff's Office 2014 Annual Report is posted on the News and Notes page.

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***COMMUNITY SURVEY***

Help the SheChecklist2riff's Office better serve the community. Take a few minutes to fill out our Community Survey.  The results will allow us to understand how the community views the Office and where we can better focus our attentions.

You will be redirected from this website to complete the form.  Your answers will remain confidential.  No personal identifying information will be requested.  Please click on the picture or on Community Survey to be redirected.

Thank you for helping us better serve you!

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Whether you face a hurricane, snow, thunder storm, earthquake, tornado, or even a terrorist event every family should make preparations in the event of disaster.  The FEMA Ready website as well as the Virginia Department of Emergency Management can guide you in preparing for emergencies.

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VINELink is the online version of VINE (Victim Information and Notification Everyday), the National Victim Notification Network. This service allows crime victims to obtain timely and reliable information about criminal cases and the custody status of offenders 24 hours a day. VINE was created to keep victims informed about the custody status of their offenders.

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On January 21, 2011 the Clarke Daily News published an article titled Is Your Home Wireless Network Cybercrime Safe? written by Rob Spitler, Clarke County Sheriff's Office Reserves.  This is a public service article to inform our citizens on steps to help secure home wireless networks and protect them from cyber crime. Excerpt: "Computer crime and cyber terrorism are growing threats not only in this country, but in your neighborhood as well. Securing the wireless network in your home is important for the safety of you, your family, community, and county."

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What YOU need to know about 9-1-1 Services.  Newly posted information to help you make an informed choice for your telecommunication needs while still maintaining effective and safe 9-1-1 services.  This information can be found on the Frequently Asked Questions page.

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Fingerprint procedures are posted on the Frequently Asked Questions page.  Fingerprinting for the public will occur on Mondays.

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Need to know where to look to report Crime Solver Tips, Internet Fraud Complaints, search for Local Sex Offenders, or Virginia Law Codes?  The Sheriff's Office Resources links page provides Internet resource links to helping protect our citizen's online safety.

 

 

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