Major Gretchen Foster will serve as the first female Director of Corrections in Arlington’s history.
The FY 2021 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) includes $1.05 million for a body-worn camera program, which would be implemented in January 2021.
The Arlington County Board will hold a virtual listening session on racial justice/ systemic racism/ policing on Thursday, June 18, 2020.
A partir del 22 de mayo del 2020, cubiertas de tela para la cara estarán disponibles para todas las personas que no tengan una al entrar a la Corte del Condado de Arlington.
Cloth facial coverings will be available for all patrons who do not have one as they enter the Arlington County Courthouse. This comes after the Honorable Judge Newman, Arlington County Chief Judge, ordered that all patrons who enter the Courthouse will be required to wear a cloth face covering or face mask.
Arlington County will host a virtual Observance of Peace Officers Memorial Day to honor and pay tribute to the memory of Arlington’s seven fallen law enforcement officers.
Public Health officials have initiated contact tracing to determine any potential spread to other personnel, inmates or the community.
Arlington, VA – Sheriff Beth Arthur is announcing new safety precautions instituted at the Arlington County Detention Center to help mitigate the spread of and reduce any unnecessary exposure to COVID-19. Changes to our daily operations are necessary to ensure the ongoing safety of those in the Detention Center and the Courthouse, while we continue […]
To ensure the safety of the public, those incarcerated and staff, the changes to operations at the Sheriff’s Office are in effect.
A new security measure that will prevent the smuggling prohibited items into the Arlington County Detention Center by people who are arrested is now in use.