The Rappahannock Regional Jail

City of Fredericksburg | County of King George | County of Spotsylvania | County of Stafford 

P.O. Box 3300

1745 Jefferson Davis Hwy

Stafford, Virginia 22555-3300

 

(540) 288-5245

(540) 288-0819 fax

VISITS

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INMATE PROCESSING DIVISION

INTAKE |  INMATE RECORDS  |   PROPERTY DEPARTMENTS

 

 

INTAKE

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.

 

 

 

INMATE RECORDS

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. 

 

 

 

PROPERTY

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

ehackett@rrj.state.va.us

540-288-5281