Virginia Beach Sheriff's Office

Virginia Beach Sheriff's Office Working for the public safety and betterment of Virginia Beach under the leadership of Sheriff Ken Stolle. Services include jail ops and court security.

Under the leadership of Sheriff Ken Stolle, the 500+ appointees of the Virginia Beach Sheriff's Office work for the public safety and betterment of Virginia Beach by operating the Correctional Center, providing Courthouse security, serving civil paperwork and volunteering in the community. We accomplish our mission through our core values: commitment, integrity, compassion and professionalism. The purpose of this page is to engage and share information with the public. We welcome feedback, but reserve the right to remove any posts or comments that are inappropriate, including but not limited to: • Profanity; • Explicit material; • Hate speech; • Threatening or libelous material; • Promotion of criminal activity; • Off-topic dialogue; • Copyright or intellectual property violations; • And anything that may compromise public safety. Follow us on Twitter at @VBSO, Instagram at @vbsheriffsoffice and LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/2506071. Find employment information at vbso.net/sworn-positions. Grievances, complaints and compliments should be filed with our Professional Standards Office at [email protected].

Mission: Our mission is to provide for the public safety of the citizens of Virginia Beach through the efficient and professional operations of the Sheriff's Office, as provided for in the Constitution and the Code of Virginia.

Operating as usual

Happy Hanukkah!
12/10/2020

Happy Hanukkah!

Virginia Beach Sheriff's Office's cover photo
12/09/2020

Virginia Beach Sheriff's Office's cover photo

In partnership with the Virginia Department of Health, on Dec. 4 we tested 1,518 inmates, deputies, civilian staff and c...
12/09/2020

In partnership with the Virginia Department of Health, on Dec. 4 we tested 1,518 inmates, deputies, civilian staff and contractors for COVID-19. All of the tests have been processed and 2 staff members and 45 inmates tested positive. That is a 46% reduction in positive inmate cases and a 71% reduction in positive staff cases since the last mass testing on Nov. 20, during which 104 inmates and 7 staff members tested positive. At the recommendation of the VDH, everyone will be retested later this month.

Of the inmates who tested positive, 32 are new cases and 13 previously tested positive.

The Sheriff’s Office implemented COVID-19 protocols in March and, in light of recent positive cases, has been taking additional steps to contain the coronavirus and protect the health and safety of the inmates, deputies, civilian staff and public. Those steps are detailed at vbso.net/coronavirus.

CONGRATULATIONS to Court Security Master Deputy Eric Baptiste on being selected as the Law Enforcement Officer of the Qu...
12/09/2020

CONGRATULATIONS to Court Security Master Deputy Eric Baptiste on being selected as the Law Enforcement Officer of the Quarter by the Virginia Beach Commonwealth's Attorney's Office!

According to the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office, “Master Deputy Baptiste, currently assigned to Circuit Court, has been an invaluable asset during the many continuances and changes due to COVID-19 modifications. ...

Master Deputy Baptiste is extremely professional. His demeanor and courtesy to attorneys, staff, inmates, and citizens reflects this. He’s a calm, reassuring presence in the courtroom, providing a safe and secure environment even in volatile situations.

Lastly, Master Deputy Baptiste is knowledgeable and diligent. When he does not have an immediate answer, he obtains it in a timely manner. He is an asset to the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office because he provides accurate communication, creates a professional and safe courtroom environment, and always goes the extra mile. Thank you, Master Deputy Baptiste, for your dedication to the fight against crime!”

Virginia Beach City Government
12/08/2020
Virginia Beach City Government

Virginia Beach City Government

Did you know that hundreds of new state laws have gone into effect across Virginia this year? For instance, gun owners must now report lost or stolen firearms to law enforcement within 48 hours or face a civil penalty of up to $250. A law banning holding a cellphone while driving will go into effect on New Year’s Day and a minimum wage increase to $9.50/hour will become law in 2021. Learn more about key new laws in the latest issue of City Page, Virginia Beach's e-newsletter. To subscribe, just click the "Sign Up" button at the top of our page.

Today we dropped off 286 toys and bicycles for local children in need this holiday season! The toys were donated by our ...
12/04/2020

Today we dropped off 286 toys and bicycles for local children in need this holiday season! The toys were donated by our staff during the past two months and will be distributed by Hampton Roads Toys for Tots and the The Salvation Army Hampton Roads Area Command. There's a lot we can't do this holiday season, but we can - and will - still do our part to help our neighbors and ensure no child goes without this Christmas.

If you'd like to help, information is available on the Toys for Tots and Salvation Army websites here:

https://virginia-beach-va.toysfortots.org/local-coordinator-sites/lco-sites/default.aspx?nPageID=100&nPreviewInd=200&nRedirectInd=3

https://salvationarmypotomac.org/hrva/

We recently wished a fond farewell to a local law enforcement legend - Public Safety Investigator Bill Godfrey - who ret...
12/03/2020

We recently wished a fond farewell to a local law enforcement legend - Public Safety Investigator Bill Godfrey - who retired from the Virginia Beach Sheriff's Office last month.

The Long Island native retired (for the second time) after 10 years with the VBSO and 45 years in law enforcement, having served the Southampton Police Department, Virginia Beach Police Department, Drug Enforcement Administration - DEA and FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigation. He has had a storied career, having completed three academies, earned his master’s degree in public administration and met his future wife, Amy, who was a clerk for the VBPD. He served on the VBPD’s Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Team, the Honor Guard and in Special Operations, Narcotics and Special Investigations. Notable moments include a 65-ton marijuana bust from a barge at Craney Island and escorting the body of fallen Officer Daniel T. Maloney home to Buffalo, N.Y. He worked undercover for the DEA, once seizing 1,100 kilos of cocaine that had been flown in from Bolivia, and worked violent crime, white collar crime and SWAT for the FBI. He worked the Rodney King riots, the 1993 and 2001 World Trade Center attacks, the kidnapping of Exxon executive Sidney Reso, as well as bank robberies, fugitive cases and crime on Indian reservations.

He retired for the first time in 2008, but agreed to come work for the VBSO in 2010 at the request of his VBPD academy classmate Ken Stolle, who had just been sworn in as sheriff. He helped create the Criminal Intelligence Unit, teaching deputies about the rules of evidence, conducting criminal investigations and interviews, swearing out warrants, testifying in court and developing informants. With his mentorship and the work of now Lt. Nicole Bendily, the CIU brought the first RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) case in Virginia, based on the use of stolen credit card information in the jail, and used informants to help solve the 2013 double homicide at the Rally’s on Lynnhaven Parkway.

“He’s a legend,” said Undersheriff Brian Struzzieri. “He is truly one of the pillars that got Intel off the ground. With his breadth of knowledge and experience, he made Intel the crown jewel that it is today.”

Investigator Godfrey said he is looking forward to golfing and spending time with his wife, three children and grandson in retirement.

"I think it’s been a wonderful career. I got to do things and see things that I never would have gotten to do in my lifetime. Whether you stay with the local police department or you go federal, it’s pretty much the same. It’s just very exciting because you never know what your shift is going to be like," he said. "I’m absolutely glad I stuck with it, and this was a wonderful way for me to finish. I’m so glad the Sheriff gave me the opportunity."

Thank you for your service, Investigator Godfrey, and congratulations on your retirement!

Virginia Beach City Government
12/03/2020

Virginia Beach City Government

❤️🧡💛💚💙💜 Virginia Beach increased its Municipal Equality Index score by 36 points earning better than a perfect 100 from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, the largest national LGBTQ civil rights organization. Of 506 municipalities scored nationwide, 94 received perfect scores in 2020 – that’s up from just 88 in 2019. Virginia Beach is one of just four localities statewide to earn a perfect score or better. In fact, Virginia Beach earned the highest raw score (113) among the 11 Virginia cities scored.
#MEI2020 #Equality
https://www.vbgov.com/news/pages/selected.aspx?release=5080&title=human+rights+campaign+gives+virginia+beach+a+perfect+100+on+the+municipal+equality+index

WTKR News 3
12/02/2020
WTKR News 3

WTKR News 3

Don't be a victim to porch pirates this season.

City of Virginia Beach Office of Volunteer Resources
12/01/2020

City of Virginia Beach Office of Volunteer Resources

Giving Tuesday is tomorrow! Often, City departments or partners have foundations you can support, as well as other ways to donate. Here are just a few suggestions:

Virginia Beach Rescue Squad Foundation; Virginia Beach Library Foundation; Virginia Beach History Museums; Virginia Beach Animal Care and Adoption Center; Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center; Virginia Beach History Museums; Virginia MOCA

For Giving Tuesday, join us in supporting one of our favorite organizations, Special Olympics Virginia, or one of your o...
12/01/2020

For Giving Tuesday, join us in supporting one of our favorite organizations, Special Olympics Virginia, or one of your own!

At Special Olympics Virginia we are working together with athletes to make our world a better and more accepting place for people with intellectual disabilities. Join us this #GivingTuesday
to make our dream of an inclusive world a reality! Donate now & your gift will be MATCHED➡️ https://bit.ly/37uR2no

Reminder that we have suspended the Weekender Program (serving of all non-consecutive sentences) through Jan. 1, 2021. T...
12/01/2020

Reminder that we have suspended the Weekender Program (serving of all non-consecutive sentences) through Jan. 1, 2021. Those with questions about completing their sentence should call 757-385-8563.

Virginia Beach Police Department
11/27/2020

Virginia Beach Police Department

In this strange year, it can be easy to find things to get upset about. However, it can be equally simple to find many things for which we should be so grateful and thankful.

We are thankful for our dedicated public safety partners we work with everyday; Virginia Beach Fire Department, Virginia Beach EMS, Virginia Beach Sheriff's Office, ECCS -VB911, and Sentara Healthcare!

To all who are working to ensure we have a Happy Thanksgiving, thank you!

#VBPD

Happy Thanksgiving, Virginia Beach!
11/26/2020

Happy Thanksgiving, Virginia Beach!

In partnership with the Virginia Department of Health, on Nov. 20 we tested 1,532 inmates, deputies, civilians and contr...
11/25/2020

In partnership with the Virginia Department of Health, on Nov. 20 we tested 1,532 inmates, deputies, civilians and contractors for COVID-19. All of the tests have been processed and 7 staff members and 83 inmates tested positive. That is a reduction in positive inmate cases from the Nov. 9 testing, during which 104 inmates tested positive. At the recommendation of the VDH, everyone will be retested on Dec. 4.

Of the inmates who tested positive, 42 are new cases and 41 previously tested positive.

The Sheriff’s Office implemented COVID-19 protocols in March and, in light of recent positive cases, has been taking additional steps to contain the coronavirus and protect the health and safety of the inmates, deputies, civilian staff and public. Those steps are detailed at vbso.net/coronavirus.

As an additional precaution, the VBSO is extending the cancellation of the Weekender Program (serving of all non-consecutive sentences) until Jan. 1, 2021.

We know that the holidays can be an especially difficult time for families in need, so our Community Outreach Division a...
11/25/2020

We know that the holidays can be an especially difficult time for families in need, so our Community Outreach Division and Virginia Beach TRIAD teamed up with New Genesis Baptist Church Virginia Beach, VA to distribute turkeys and all the trimmings to 60 local families on Saturday! Some of the turkeys were donated by Sheriff Ken Stolle and the VBSO Community Fund. Thank you to everyone who joined us in this endeavor! 🦃

Thanksgiving closures include the Virginia Beach Courthouse, which will close at noon tomorrow, remain closed Thursday-F...
11/25/2020

Thanksgiving closures include the Virginia Beach Courthouse, which will close at noon tomorrow, remain closed Thursday-Friday and reopen on Monday. Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!

Wondering how Thanksgiving will impact trash/recycling pickup and whether or not you can get in a post holiday feast workout at the rec center? Here's the City's Thanksgiving holiday operating schedule.
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https://www.vbgov.com/government/departments/communications-office/citypage/Pages/Thanksgiving-Operating-Schedule-2020.aspx

We’ll be volunteering at the Mayflower Marathon at Pembroke Mall all weekend! Stop by to see us and make a donation to h...
11/20/2020
Donate to 24th Annual Mayflower Marathon

We’ll be volunteering at the Mayflower Marathon at Pembroke Mall all weekend! Stop by to see us and make a donation to help feed those in need in our community! The drive continues until 3 p.m. Sunday.

The 24th Annual FM99 and 106.9 The Fox Mayflower Marathon is a 'round-the-clock food and fund drive that occurs the weekend before Thanksgiving each year. This holiday season, we ask you to join the fight against hunger. We will continue to get through the months ahead — together — but our neigh...

Virginia Beach Sheriff's Office's cover photo
11/19/2020

Virginia Beach Sheriff's Office's cover photo

11/19/2020

Virginia Beach Sheriff’s Office 48th Basic Academy Graduation

Join us tomorrow, Thursday, Nov. 19, at 1 p.m. to celebrate the graduates of our 48th Basic Academy Class! We will be li...
11/18/2020

Join us tomorrow, Thursday, Nov. 19, at 1 p.m. to celebrate the graduates of our 48th Basic Academy Class! We will be live streaming the graduation here on Facebook (the ceremony will be for the graduates only and will be closed to the public due to COVID-19).

Congratulations to the deputy recruits!

At the direction of the judges, we are immediately accepting offenders sentenced to delayed confinement (straight-time o...
11/14/2020

At the direction of the judges, we are immediately accepting offenders sentenced to delayed confinement (straight-time only). Those scheduled to report to the jail to begin their sentence must report per their sentencing order. The Weekender Program (serving of all non-consecutive sentences) remains suspended through Nov. 30.

Those with questions about reporting should call 757-385-8563.

Due to COVID-19, the Weekender Program has been CANCELED until at least Nov. 30. In addition, all individuals scheduled to report for delayed confinement should not report at this time and will be issued a new reporting date after Nov. 30. Additional information is available at https://www.vbso.net/coronavirus. Weekenders with questions about completing their sentence should call 757-385-1050.

In partnership with the Virginia Department of Health, on Nov. 9 we tested 1,584 inmates, deputies, civilians and contra...
11/13/2020

In partnership with the Virginia Department of Health, on Nov. 9 we tested 1,584 inmates, deputies, civilians and contractors for COVID-19. All of the tests have been processed and five staff members and 104 inmates have tested positive. At the recommendation of the VDH, everyone will be tested again in the near future. The retesting date is to-be-determined.

Of the inmates who tested positive, 74 are new positives (30 had previously tested positive). Those inmates have been notified by medical staff and placed in quarantine, where they are being closely monitored and provided any needed medical care. They have also been given an opportunity to notify their friends and family. Due to medical privacy laws, we cannot disclose the COVID-19 status of any individual.

The staff members who tested positive – four deputies and one civilian who work in the jail – were directed to quarantine at home and seek medical attention, if needed, until cleared by a physician to return to work.

We are working closely with the VDH to contain the spread and protect the health and safety of those living and working inside the Correctional Center. Comprehensive information on our COVID-19 response is available on our website at https://www.vbso.net/coronavirus.

Virginia Beach City Government
11/12/2020

Virginia Beach City Government

ROAD & FACILITY CLOSURES DUE TO FLOODED ROADWAYS: vbgov.com/news/will be updated as we receive information about roadways you need to avoid due to flooding hazards. For up-to-date traffic conditions, download the free Waze app for iOS or Android at waze.com.
UPDATED as of 4:30 p.m. https://www.vbgov.com/news/pages/selected.aspx?release=5067&title=news+release%3a+updated%3a+4%3a30+p.m.+%e2%80%94+road+conditions+and+facility+closures+due+to+flooded+roadways

Thank you to all of the veterans who have served and fought for our freedom, including the 161 VBSO veterans from every ...
11/11/2020

Thank you to all of the veterans who have served and fought for our freedom, including the 161 VBSO veterans from every branch of service! 🇺🇸

We LOVE our veterans! If you're looking for your next career, consider joining our team! We have been Virginia Values Ve...
11/10/2020

We LOVE our veterans! If you're looking for your next career, consider joining our team! We have been Virginia Values Veterans (V3) certified since 2016, which means we prioritize hiring, training and retaining veterans. Visit https://www.vbso.net/sworn-positions for more information or call 757-385-8808 to speak with a recruiter.

Congratulations to our Leadership in Police Organizations graduates! The three-week International Association of Chiefs ...
11/07/2020

Congratulations to our Leadership in Police Organizations graduates! The three-week International Association of Chiefs of Police course is for rising stars in public safety, preparing them for taking on greater leadership roles in their organizations. This class included students from the VBSO, Virginia Beach Police Department, Virginia Beach Fire Department, Virginia Beach EMS and Virginia Beach Emergency Communications. Congratulations to all the graduates! We know you will continue to do great things for our city!

Flashback Friday to last year's No Shave November fundraiser, which raised $3,290 for Special Olympics Virginia! With a ...
11/06/2020

Flashback Friday to last year's No Shave November fundraiser, which raised $3,290 for Special Olympics Virginia! With a few exceptions, we now allow beards full-time under our grooming standards 🧔

As December comes to a close, we would like to share the results of our “No Shave” fundraisers for November and a December (you may have seen this in our story on Friday). Deputies who donated $20 in November and $25 in December were allowed to skip shaving for the month, raising $3,290 for Special Olympics Virginia in November and $3,336 for Cure SMA in December (December also included ponytails for women)! We are extending the fundraiser through January and will announce those results (and the charity) at the end of the month. To see more of our “No Shave November” photos, follow us on Instagram at @vbsheriffsoffice (instagram.com/vbsheriffsoffice) and check out the archived story at the top of the page.

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Under the leadership of Sheriff Ken Stolle, the 500+ appointees of the Virginia Beach Sheriff's Office work for the public safety and betterment of Virginia Beach by operating the Correctional Center, providing Courthouse security, serving civil paperwork and volunteering in the community. We accomplish our mission through our core values: commitment, integrity, compassion and professionalism.

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    HOW does a COVID-19 INMATE TEST POSITIVE AND THEY ARE IN A SAME AREA WITH NEGATIVE TESTER. How are they quarantining properly when you have many scare to catch it and not be done correctly. YOU CAN NOT PUT AND MIX POSITIVE COVID-19 WITH NEGATIVE FOR THEM TO CATCH IT AS WELL THAT IS WHY THE SPREAD IS ON THE RISE AT THE JAIL BECAUSE YOU ALL ARE MIXING EACH OTHER UP AND NOT GIVING PROPER QUARINTINE AND ISOLATION ON THE ISSUES. GUIDELINES OF CDC: FAQs for Correctional and Detention Facilities Updated June 17, 2020 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Syndicate The information provided in these FAQs do not cover all questions or issues faced by custodial settings (prisons, jails, and detention facilities). As with the full CDC guidance document, this information may need to be adapted based on individual facilities’ physical space, staffing, population, operations, and other resources and conditions. Facilities should contact CDC or their state, local, territorial, and/or tribal public health departmentexternal icon if they need assistance in applying actions or concerns not specifically covered in the CDC guidance. On This Page Administrators at Correctional and Detention Facilities Staff at Correctional and Detention Facilities People Who Are Incarcerated at Correctional and Detention Facilities Family Members of People Who Are Incarcerated at Correctional and Detention Facilities Administrators at Correctional and Detention Facilities How to prepare your facility for the possible spread of COVID-19 Because of close contact and the number of people in correctional and detention facilities (including prisons and jails), staff and people who are incarcerated are at greater risk for the spread of germs. To help your facility prepare for the possible spread of COVID-19, update your emergency operations plan. This includes: Adding key COVID-19 prevention strategies and posting information in the facility on how to limit the spread of germs. Reminding staff to stay home when sick. Identifying points of contact for local public health agencies. Identifying physical locations (dedicated housing areas and bathrooms) where you can medically isolate incarcerated persons, as well as where to quarantine known close contacts of people with COVID-19. Follow guidance on medical isolation and quarantine. Medical isolation and quarantine locations should be separate. Offering flu shots to staff and people who are incarcerated, because limiting cases of flu can help speed the identification of people with COVID-19. Developing ways to continue providing critical services, such as mental health support. Ensuring adequate stocks of hygiene, cleaning, and medical supplies. Hygiene: Soap (preferably liquid to promote use), tissues, and hand drying supplies, as well as hand sanitizers, when possible. Ensure no-cost access to soap. Cleaning: EPA-registered disinfectantsexternal icon effective against the virus that causes COVID-19 Medical supplies: Supplies for daily clinic needs, personal protective equipment (PPE), and testing Creating and testing communications plans to share critical information. Setting up systems to safely transfer people between facilities and identifying alternative strategies to in-person court appearances, when possible. Prevent confirmed and suspected COVID-19 cases and their close contacts from being transferred between jurisdictions and facilities unless necessary for medical evaluation, medical isolation/quarantine, clinical care, extenuating security concerns, or to prevent overcrowding. Planning for staff absenteeism. Follow CDC guidance on recommended PPE for staff who will have direct contact with an individual with possible COVID-19 infection, or infectious materials. Make contingency plans for the likely event of PPE shortages. Follow the CDC Interim Clinical Guidance for Management of Patients with Confirmed Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and monitor the guidance website regularly for updates for staff evaluating and providing care for confirmed or suspected COVID-19 cases. When no on-site healthcare capacity is available, make a plan for how to ensure that people suspected to have COVID-19 will be medically isolated, evaluated, tested (if indicated), and provided medical care. Contact and collaborate with your state, local, tribal and territorial health departments for more specific guidance. THERE IS MORE ON THE WEBSITE OF THIS MATTER .... PLEASE HELP THEM INSTEAD OF HURTING THEM HEALTH WISE... BECAUSE NO WAY CAN STOP THE SPREAD IF MIXING THE INMATES WITH EACH OTHER. PRAYERS TO THE INMATES Sheriff Ken Stolle
    Hello and Good Morning... I have some concerns about Va. Beach City Jail.. How they can take a recovered Covid-19 Inmate and place them with other inmates in the facility that is refusing to be tested and can be positive with the virus and if someone catches it again will not be good especially if a Chronic Medical condition..... Why they should all be tested and no one should be refusing to take this test when the entire jail is spreading rapidly with the virus. And then they are mixing inmates with others.. HOW ARE YOU ALL MIXING INMATES THAT WAS COVID-19 NOW NEGATIVE WITH INMATES REFUSING TO TAKE THE TEST AND THEY CAN BE POSITIVE..... PLEASE PLEASE INVESTIGATE .. .THEY ARE MIXING INMATES WITH EACH OTHER SOME ARE REFUSING TO BE TESTED....
    Hello I am soo upset But I am going to Pray about this one and my son Recovers.... Have to a be STAFF MEMBER only way and hope they take care of him....
    Hello I must Say there is NOT many good Employers on your TEAM Some are needing more training in how to be professional and most are there for a PAYCHECK, SELECTED few are there because no matter what they care. I do not see that with many I have spoken to but the ones I have spoken to I give them kudos and will write a professional letter to head office of Human Resource and Sheriff ken Stolle with all that I have gone through with the UNPROFESSIONALISM i received with names, times and dates I have spoken to them and the ones that deserve recognition for the work they have done and PROFESSIONALISM i received... I have names dates and times i have spoken to the ones needing more training and how to conduct themselves on a Professional level.. One Thing i can say I can determine who is there for a paycheck and who is there because they like and enjoy their job title... Sometimes Sheriff K, Stolle needs to hear from the outside how is staff conducts professionalism and how they do not .... I will be writing a formal letter to him and making sure Mrs Debbie his secretary sees he reads it.... Thank you
    Well I do not know if my son is dead or alive in the jail and he is sick..... I am sooo worried about my son and they keep taking the phones from him. Not allowing him to call, he is scared because he is in a cell all alone and sick ... and there is no one to check on him... Please help . He is a Chronic Asthmatic not a typically asthmatic but a CHRONIC. Every number I am calling saying all lines are busy been like that Since Wednesday....... " I do not want no one admin or any one to call me and say Ms. Hart I am sorry" When something medical can be done.. please help.... Who do i need to call about his medical. Wavy TV 10, All the News Channels, Governor, DOC Health , DOC corrections? Before something is done.... I am willing to do it all to make sure my son has the proper medical attention he is needing to many deaths there left un resolved. I have already written the Governor Office On Wednesday.
    How Many Inmates Are Infected with Covid-19? How do you all keep the Inmates SAFE with their HEALTH? I AM ONE SCARED MOTHER BECAUSE THE WAY INMATES ARE BEING TREATED IN THERE AND HOW MINE IS BEING TREATED KNOWING THAT FACILITY HAD DEATHS OF OTHER MEDICAL ISSUES AND INMATE WAS NOT PROPERLY TAKEN CARE OF... I AM SOOOO SCARED
    Some friends and I will be riding in this event next Saturday, 7/11/20, to show our support for law enforcement. Many police officers and sheriff deputies will be participating. All riders are welcome, either on bikes or in cars. The ride ends at the American Legion in Edenton, NC and lunch will be available. If you see us, please show respect by waving, saluting or blowing your car horns in support. As a Virginia Beach resident, I would love to see our local Police and Sheriff Departments hold a similar ride. I know you would get a lot of participants and supporters.
    MISSING SINCE APRIL 16th. NEEDS MEDICATION!! https://www.facebook.com/1658547220938195/posts/2776745692451670/?d=n
    Why is the city letting the people who are being quarantined having all of their privileges being revoked? These induvial are being punished as if they were disobedient or violent in the jails. They are quarantined, not on administration restriction! Not allowed access to books, only receiving the tablet every few hours for a few minutes. They do not have any books or word search exta. To keep their minds busy. Just a blank wall. There are many studies that show how damaging solitary isolation is to ones mental health. What is the city going to do when someone kills themselves? why not ratify this before it becomes a problem? There is ways to keep people quarantined without putting their mental heath at risk. What is the city going to do when someone kills themselves? why not ratify this before it becomes a problem? There is ways to keep people quarantined without putting their mental heath at risk! The rate of suicide in jails is already highly above the national average, in some states over 50% higher then the national average. This is a problem that can be fixed easily and without anyone life to be the reason of change!
    Why is the city letting the people who are being quarantined having all of their privileges being revoked? These induvial are being punished as if they were disobedient or violent in the jails. They are quarantined, not on administration restriction! Not allowed access to books, only receiving the tablet every few hours for a few minutes. They do not have any books or word search exta. To keep their minds busy. Just a blank wall. There are many studies that show how damaging solitary isolation is to ones mental health. What is the city going to do when someone kills themselves? why not ratify this before it becomes a problem? There is ways to keep people quarantiened without putting their mental heath at risk. What is the city going to do when someone kills themselves? why not ratify this before it becomes a problem? There is ways to keep people quarantined without putting their mental heath at risk! The rate of suicide in jails is already highly above the national average, in some states over 50% higher then the national average. This is a problem that can be fixed easily and without anyone life to be the reason of change!