Through the leadership of Sheriff Michael L. Wade, the Sheriff’s Office is responsible for the safety and security of the inmates in our jails, the citizens and staff of our courthouses, and the serving of civil process and other court ordered documents. Since 2000, Sheriff Wade has been responsible for the oversight of 350 staff and ensuring the security of two regional jails, two courthouses, and fifteen judges.
Michael L. Wade, Sheriff
Henrico County Sheriff Michael L. Wade commands one of the largest sheriff’s offices in the Commonwealth with over 361 sworn and civilian staff. Sheriff Wade took office in January 2000 and serves a four year term in office.The Henrico Sheriff’s Office holds concurrent law enforcement jurisdiction with the Henrico County Division of Police but has the primary role of providing security for Henrico’s two regional jails, security for the county’s two courthouses and fourteen Judges, and serving civil process. Find out more about Sheriff Wade.
Victim Notification Program for Immigration and Customs Enforcement
ICE is committed to protecting the public and ensuring that victim rights are carefully observed. Learn more about victim notification program.
Prison Rape Elimination Act: Henrico Sheriff’s Office is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for staff and offenders. Henrico Sheriff’s Office has a zero tolerance for sexual misconduct of any kind and will impose discipline for such misconduct. Henrico Sheriff’s Office PREA Information Sheet PREA Contractual Staff & Volunteer Guide 2015 PREA Report
An on-line resource that allows you to search for information regarding current custody status of inmates serving sentences in Virginia local and regional jails and the Virginia Department of Corrections.
Henrico Inmate Search
Visit www.henricosheriff.org/search to lookup Henrico County Jail Inmate Information.
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The Henrico Sheriff’s Office Supports Our Deputy Sheriffs Called to Defend Our Country in Operations Noble Eagle and Enduring Freedom.
Colonel C.V. Talley (USN Res.) The Members of the Henrico County Sheriff’s Office Hold Each in Our Thoughts and Wish Them Godspeed and for a Safe Return.