Colonel Alisa Gregory leads the Administrative and Operations Majors at the Henrico County Sheriff’s Office and has worked for the Sheriff’s Office for 21 years. She was born in Richmond and went to Highland Springs High School graduating in 1987.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management with a minor in Leadership from the University of Richmond where she also received her master’s degree in Disaster Science (Emergency Management). Prior to joining the Sheriff’s Office, she worked for the Postal Service.
In 1998 Colonel Gregory became a Deputy at Jail East. Since then she has worked in Alternative Sentencing, Training, Administrative Services, Programs and Quality Assurance before becoming Chief Deputy in 2015 and Colonel in 2019.
She is a DCJS Certified General, Firearms and Defensive Tactics Instructor; FEMA Instructor for ICS 100; 200; 300 and 400; FBI-LEEDA Trilogy Award Recipient; Deputy of the Year in 2001 awarded by Varina Ruritan Club; Excellence in Public Service in 2006 awarded by Henrico County; Distinguished Service (Tom) Baehr Award in 2006 from the Henrico Sheriff’s Office
Colonel Gregory’s professional affiliations include FBI-LEEDA; American Jail Association; Virginia Sheriff’s Association; American Correctional Association; International Association of Chiefs of Police and Virginia Association of Directors of Criminal Justice Training.
She is married with four children and three grandchildren.
Chief Deputy and Majors
Chief Deputy Felton was born in Kentucky and enlisted in the army after high school. She served eight years as a Military Policeman, Customs Inspector, and Police Investigator. She joined the Henrico County Sheriff’s Office in 1994 and has performed duties at both the Jails in Operations, Programs and Services, Booking, Intake and served as a General Instructor. Currently, she oversees Operations Majors. She was awarded the Distinguished Service Baehr Award in 2006 from the Henrico County Sheriff’s Office. She has three children and one granddaughter.
Major Montague was born in Fredericksburg, VA and graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. He joined the Henrico County Sheriff’s Office in 2001. His career at the Sheriff’s Office includes work at both Jail East and Jail West, Security, Booking, and Courts. He is a General Instructor and was a member of the Sort Team prior to 2018. Major Montague oversees the Quality Assurance Team. He is married and has one son.
Major Collins was born in Ireland and is one of sixteen children. In 1990, he and his family immigrated to the United States where he had his own painting business. He joined the Henrico County Sheriff’s office in 2001 and has worked in several areas including Civil Process, Courts, Jail Security, and Transportation. In 2014 he was promoted to Major and supervised Support Services. Currently, he is the Support Services Administrator. Major Collins and his wife have four children.
Major Johnson was born in New York City and attended John Jay Criminal Justice College studying Forensic Psychology. Before moving to Virginia, she worked as a member of the New York Police Department. She joined the Henrico County Sheriff’s Office in 1998 and was a Booking Sergeant, and a Booking Lieutenant and became a Major in 2015 supervising Jail East Administration. Currently, she is the Major of Jail West Operations She has received the FBI-LEEDA Trilogy Award and is continuing her education in Human Services.
Major Latham is from New Kent, Virginia and has been with the Henrico County Sheriff’s Office since 2008. She previously worked as a Signal Support Specialist with the Virginia Army National Guard and with the Virginia Health Department. She is currently working to obtain her degree in Justice Administration. She has completed her FBI LEEDA Trilogy and is certified in Crisis Intervention and a DCJS General Instructor. Major Latham has supervised Security, Booking, Classification, Support Services, Alternative Sentencing and is currently Major at Jail East.
Christopher Pecci is the Henrico County Sheriff’s Office Controller and joined the office in 2017. Mr. Pecci grew up in Richmond and graduated from the University of Richmond School of Business. He has additional degrees and training in Information Technology and Microbiology. He has over 25 years experience in the finance industry and it includes working with financial institutions, high technology manufacturing, engineering and food manufacturing with sales from $500,000 to $3 Billion both domestic and international.