Law Enforcement Commendation

Deputy Chad Conn was recently presented with the Law Enforcement Commendation Medal by Mr. Charles Belfield,  , Sons of the American Revolution.  Deputy Conn is a three year veteran with the Westmoreland County Sheriff’s Office.  In addition to his duties and responsibilities, he is a Field Training Officer.  In that capacity he assists in training new deputies and serves as a mentor to those he trains. Deputy Conn also serves on the sheriff’s office Strategic Response Team and is a police motorcycle operator conducting assignments during special events to ensure public safety.

***SCAM ALERT*** ***SCAM ALERT*** ***SCAM ALERT***

If you receive a call from someone claiming to be from the power company, use caution. Callers are advising citizens that they have 30 minutes to pay an amount they provide through services provided at Food Lion and other businesses that provide money transfer services. They provide a call back number and request you contact them from the business for further information on where to wire the funds. Callers are threatening to cut off the customers power if the payment is not made within the time frame.

*** NOTICE - IMMEDIATE RELEASE ** NOTICE - IMMEDIATE RELEASE ***

The Westmoreland County Sheriff's Office is committed to provide the highest quality of service to all individuals. We will continue and strive with the utmost diligence to provide this service while safeguarding the health and well-being of the sheriff's office personnel and the public.

Effective immediately, the following measures are implemented and will remain in effect until further notice to minimize any type of exposure due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Your cooperation, patience and understanding is greatly appreciated.

Attempted Fraudulent Activity

On October 31, 2019 a small business in Westmoreland County was contacted for catering work. The suspect party contacted the business via email asking them for a quote to cater a family reunion. After providing the quote, the business was asked if they would accept credit cards as payment. The suspect party then asked if they could send the business an email containing a link to pay via QuickBooks. Please be cautious if your business is approached with similar activity and do not alter your normal course of business for receiving payments.

Deputy Brian L. Fogarty Recognized

On Friday, September 27, 2019, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and the Rappahannock Area Alcohol Safety Action Program (RASSAP) held their annual awards luncheon at Stratford Hall Plantation in Westmoreland County. Eighteen law enforcement personnel representing twelve agencies were recognized for their outstanding efforts in highway safety through enforcement of DUI laws.