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P.O. Box 113
160 Commons Blvd.
Palmyra, Virginia 22963
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M-F 8:30am - 4:30pm
 
     
 
Patrol
photo of traffic stop
Local Deputy conducting a traffic stop.

The Patrol Division consists of Sheriff’s Office personnel that are most often seen by our County residents. They are your front line of defense against crime.  This Division is a major line element of the Fluvanna County Sheriff’s Office and is responsible for 24-hour patrol and crime prevention functions, preliminary investigation of most crimes and complete investigations of others, preparation of reports relating to crimes or incidents, traffic enforcement, and calls for non-crime related services.  The primary goal of the Patrol Division—through patrol and other proactive law enforcement methods—is to develop and maintain a safe and orderly environment for the citizens of Fluvanna County. The Patrol Division is also responsible for the process and execution of various criminal warrants.  The Patrol Division is commanded by a Lieutenant who reports to the Chief Deputy. 

Deputy Greene and Alex
Deputy Greene with his K-9
partner Alex.
 

The K-9 Deputy is a part of our patrol unit.  Deputy Greene met his canine partner Alexander Vom Altice "Alex" in October 2009.Alex was purchased from a Johnson City Officer and bred in Indiana.  Alex came with some training before he was assigned to Deputy Greene.  Deputy Greene works diligently with Alex to make sure both he and Alex are fully trained in all aspects of their job.  Alex is a Belgian Malinois trained in narcotics detection, patrol, and tracking.   As a team, Deputy Greene and Alex's training consist of multiple scenarios ranging from foot pursuits, building searches, building extractions, vehicle extractions, drug detection, and tactical support to their fellow deputies and surrounding agencies.   Alex has a passive response to any illegal narcotics found, meaning once he detects the odor of the illegal narcotic, he responds by going into a "sit" position.

 
 
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