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Putting Citizens First

Serving the Community

Welcome to the Greene County Sheriff’s Office website! Sheriff Steven S. Smith has proudly served as Sheriff of Greene County since January 1, 2012. Under his leadership, the Greene County Sheriff’s Office has developed into an innovative law enforcement agency with the latest technology, education and training. The office is constantly modernizing to stay up to date with the latest developments in law enforcement.

Sheriff Steven Smith continues his movement on “Putting Citizens First” by implementing cost-effective programs beneficial to citizens; also, to identify what works and what doesn’t, to continually improve local law enforcement, criminal justice, and public safety.

The Greene County Sheriff’s Office is comprised of dedicated individuals sharing the vision of the Sheriff, and who perform as a team to accomplish set goals and objectives. We are a community policing agency and are very pro-active, offering various community based programs.

We invite you to explore our website to learn more about how we serve Greene County, and how you can help us to serve you even better.

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October 13th

Greene County, Va. Sheriff's Office

More photos from bicycle rodeo. ... See MoreSee Less

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October 13th

Greene County, Va. Sheriff's Office

Another successful Bicycle Rodeo. ... See MoreSee Less

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Greene County Sheriff’s Office partnered with Madison County Sheriff’s Office in a RAD class, a comprehensive course for women teaching realistic self-defense tactics that begins with awareness, prevention, risk reduction and avoidance, while progressing to the basics of hands-on defense training. Pictured are Deputy Brian Shifflett, Lt Troy Estes and Retired Deputy Karen Roberts. ... See MoreSee Less

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October 12th

Greene County, Va. Sheriff's Office

PRESS RELEASE

October 12, 2018

TO: LOCAL MEDIA OUTLETS

FROM: GREENE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
10005 SPOTSWOOD TRAIL
STANARDSVILLE, VIRGINIA 22973
PHONE: 434-985-2222 FAX: 434-985-3373



This is a follow-up to a previous press release from August 16, 2018 in reference to several vehicles stolen from the Ruckersville area.

The Greene County Sheriff’s Office along with surrounding jurisdictions has recovered all of the stolen vehicles. As of now three individuals have been charged. These individuals each have been charged with multiple counts of the following felonies:
Grand Larceny of a motor vehicle
Conspiracy to commit grand larceny

The following individuals have been charged:

Evan Raquan Yates of Charlottesville age 18
Irving Timothy Jones II of Charlottesville age 18
Christopher Dupre Anderson Jr. of Charlottesville age 20

This is still an ongoing investigation and additional arrests or charges may occur.

All individuals are currently being held at Albemarle County Regional Jail without bond.
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Some of the prizes we have for Bicycle Rodeo on October 13. Please see our events for more information. ... See MoreSee Less

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September 28th

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It’s things like this that make us proud of what we do in our community. ... See MoreSee Less

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Just finished delivering donations to New Bern, NC. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you Greene County Virginia Amateur Radio Club for your donations and video!Created with Corel VideoStudio. ... See MoreSee Less

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September 26th

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September 26th

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September 26th

Greene County, Va. Sheriff's Office

Water has been dropped at Ruckersville Walmart. Greene County, Va. Sheriff's Office will be leaving out tomorrow to delivery it to N.C still some space left for your donations ;) ... See MoreSee Less

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September 26th

Greene County, Va. Sheriff's Office

Groups from central Virginia headed down to hurricane-affected parts of North Carolina today to deliver relief supplies. ht.ly/AEFU30lYiFs ... See MoreSee Less

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Your phone rings. You recognize the number, but when you pick up, it’s someone else. What’s the deal?

Scammers are using fake caller ID information to trick you into thinking they are someone local, someone you trust – like a government agency or police department, or a company you do business with – like your bank or cable provider. The practice is called caller ID spoofing, and scammers don’t care whose phone number they use. Don’t rely on caller ID to verify who’s calling. It can be nearly impossible to tell whether the caller ID information is real.

Hang up! Do not give any personal information to callers, simply hang up the phone.

Current scam calls are as follows:

IRS
Police/Fire fundraisers
Insurance
Student Loans
Jury Duty
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The donation trailer at Walmart is full and closed! We would like to take this opportunity to thank this community for making this possible. Your donations will help so many. Thank you for all that you do! ... See MoreSee Less

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Tyler Berry of Catch The Chef Mobile Eatery donated 6 pallets of water! ... See MoreSee Less

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Pallet of dog food donated by Sam’s Club. ... See MoreSee Less

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September 23rd

Greene County, Va. Sheriff's Office

Wanna help our neighbors to the south in North Carolina? Well stop by your Ruckersville Walmart where the Greene County Sheriff’s Office and other volunteers are collecting much needed items for Hurricane Florence Relief! They will be here all weekend long. Just let your cashier know that you’d like to help. CSM Brittany helping another customer with their donation.
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September 22nd

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We’re getting there, thanks to such a giving community. Come on by with your donations. ... See MoreSee Less

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September 22nd

Greene County, Va. Sheriff's Office

Thank you Amateur Radio Club for your donations today ... See MoreSee Less

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Come on out. We’re here from 7am-7pm ... See MoreSee Less

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