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The Intake Department of the Inmate Processing Division is responsible for:


  • The booking and release process of all persons committed or transferred to this facility. 


  • Serving all warrants, subpoenas and legal paperwork on currently incarcerated inmates as well as fingerprinting inmates through LIVESCAN. 


  • Taking Buccal Swab DNA samples on all inmates with qualifying arrests as well as on convicted felons.  


  • Supervision of inmates in Intake for safety and security.


  • Identifying suspected illegal aliens and forwards information to the Immigration and Custom Enforcement for investigation and possible deportation. 


  • Scheduling bond hearings for inmates served with new warrants.


  • Processing inmates for scheduled releases, inmates bonding and or transferred to other facilities. 


  • Notifying victims of inmate’s release if they have filed the appropriate victim/witness notification paperwork with the Victim/Witness Coordinator through the local jurisdictions Commonwealth Attorney Offices.





The Inmate Records Department of the Inmate Processing Division is responsible for:


  • The development and maintenance of the inmate jail record. 


  • Assuring that information regarding charges, bonds, court dates, etc. are entered into the Jail’s Management System. 


  • Setting up and managing Video Arraignments of inmates scheduled to attend. 


  • Computing release dates for inmates sentenced up to 12 months. 


  • Sex Offender registration of currently incarcerated inmates that have qualifying convictions.


  • Sending jail credits to the Virginia Department of Corrections on all currently incarcerated inmates who have sentences totaling over 12 months. 


  • Making transport arrangements for inmates required to be transported to courts, other jails and the Virginia Department of Corrections. 





The Property Department of the Inmate Processing Division is responsible for


  • The changeover and issuance of jail clothing and linens to each inmate housed at the jail. 


  • Entering the inmate’s personal property in the jail management system and place the property in inmate number assigned property bags. 


  • Approving court exchanges and inmate requested release of personal property.  


  • Releasing the inmate’s personal property upon their scheduled release.



Questions or concerns involving the Inmate Processing Division may be directed to:


Eva Hackett




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