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P.O. Box 113
160 Commons Blvd.
Palmyra, Virginia 22963
Administrative Office Hours:
M-F 8:30am - 4:30pm
 
     
 
Assisting Agencies

Fluvanna County Sheriff's Office works closely with several agencies.  The following agencies assist us with our jobs on a daily basis.  The agencies are the Lake Monticello Police Department, the Virginia State Police, and the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fishery. Together we make Fluvanna County a better and safer place to live.

 

The Lake Monticello Police Department work to ensure the safety and security of the citizens of Lake Monticello.  To contact the Lake Monticello Police Department at 857 Jefferson Drive
Lake Monticello, Virginia 22963
Ph: 434 589-3215 Fax: 434 589-2928 Office: 434 589-COPS (2677)

Tom Boisvert, Chief  boisvert@lakemonticellopolice.org
Joe Flamini, Lieutenant 
jflamini@lakemonticellopolice.org

Jason Bibeau, Sergeant, evening shift supervisor 
jbibeau@lakemonticellopolice.org

VSP
 
Virginia State Police assist the Sheriff's office in several ways.  VSP act as a backup unit when staffing is low, they handle some of the reported motor vehicle accidents and traffic enforcement.  To contact the VSP you can call 1(800) 552-0962.  For further information about the Virginia State Police please visit their website at   http://www.vsp.state.va.us/.
  The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries is another agency which works in conjunction with the Sheriff's Office.  Officers in this division of Law Enforcement are referred to as Conservation Police Officers (CPO) and have full law enforcement powers. They deal with issues with hunting, fishing and boating. The CPO for our local area is out of the Region 4 office and he is responsible for four counties including the City of Charlottesville at any given time.  To contact a CPO call their region office at (540) 248-9360.  To report violations please call 1(800) 237-5712 or email them at wildcrime@dgif.virginia.govFor more information about CPO's please visit their website at  www.dgif.virginia.gov.

What is ARES?

The Amateur Radio Emergency Service® (ARES) program is sponsored by the American Radio Relay League (ARRL), the Association for Amateur Radio. ARES is a corps of trained volunteers composed of amateur radio operators who are organized to assist in public service and emergency communications. The ARES program is a component of the ARRL Field Organization, which divides the United States into 71 administrative sections, each of which is an organizational unit managed by a Section Manager (SM) who appoints other Section officials, such as the Section Emergency Coordinator (SEC). In Virginia, the Section Emergency Coordinator has appointed Assistant Section Emergency Coordinators (ASECs) and District Emergency Coordinators (DECs) to assist with managing the ARES program at the state level. Some Districts have one or more Assistant District Emergency Coordinators (ADECs) to assist with management of the ARES program at the District level. Local management of the ARES program is handled by the Emergency Coordinators (ECs) and Assistant Emergency Coordinators (AECs). "When all else fails" is the motto of ARES as in many cases amateur radio communications are operational when other communications systems have been compromised. For more information, visit the ARRL website to learn more about ARES.

 
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