County of Greensville, Virginia

Sheriff

Greensville County Sheriff's Office

174 Uriah Branch Way
Emporia, Virginia 23847
Phone: (434) 348-4200
Fax: (434) 634-9615
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Emergencies

Dial 911 in case of emergencies.

Most Wanted
Most wanted list is posted online. Please check back soon for the most recent list.


Staff

James R. Edwards, Jr. - Photo

James R. Edwards, Jr.

Sheriff
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William T. Jarratt Jr. - Photo

William T. Jarratt Jr.

Major
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Betsy Veliky - Photo

Betsy Veliky

Administrative Staff Specialist
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Sheriff James R. Edwards, Jr. welcomes you to the web page for the Greensville County Sheriff's Office (GCSO).

Our Mission

The goal of the Greenville County Sheriff's Office is to provide quality public safety services to our community by promoting a safe environment through police and citizen interaction, with emphasis on Integrity, Fairness, and Professionalism.

Sheriff Edwards: 

Overview

Our Services

Patrol Division

The Patrol Division of GCSO provides law enforcement services to the county's residents and visitors. It serves the entire Greensville County area.

Courthouse Security

The GCSO is the primary security that ensures the safety of all judges, courtrooms, and the court clerks in the Greensville County Courthouse, along with the many people who visit the courthouse each business day.

Civil Process

The Civil Process division is an extension of the Patrol Division. Civil Process deputies are responsible for serving and executing various legal processes issued by the courts, attorneys, and citizens. Civil papers are served in an accurate and expeditious manner.

Communications

Our Emergency 9-1-1 center handles all emergency and routine phone calls. Communications Deputies assess the emergency, decide which type of help is needed, and dispatch the appropriate assistance immediately. E911 dispatch is a liaison between the victim and help. Communications Deputies also enter information regarding wanted persons into the state and national criminal information networks.

News bulletins

News bulletins are posted online. Please check back soon for the most recent bulletin.

Values That Guide Our Actions

Commitment: To the proactive prevention of crime in our County by achieving a close working association with all citizens in eliminating the opportunities for crime and serving as the catalyst for solving problems, thereby reducing fear in the community.

Professionalism: In our response to the needs of the citizens and community. Professionalism is achieved through training, commitment, and acting within the rule of the law.

Compassion: In our response to victims and others in need. We care about the needs of our community and strive to understand and appreciate the point of view of each citizen by treating everyone with fairness, respect and sincerity.

Honor: As it is displayed in the integrity of our employees, the trust we place in each other, and the respect we earn from and give to our citizens.

Accountability: As we hold ourselves to the highest standards of conduct in performing our service to the community, embracing the ideals of our Constitution and a democratic society.

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