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.
Jitesh Patel, 43, died in the early hours of November 11, after he was found unconscious in his cell at the Arlington County Detention Facility.
The new uniforms are a change from the traditional brown uniform that Sheriff’s Deputies have historically worn.
The allows parents to spend time with their children between the Mother’s Day and Father’s Day holidays.
Five furry four-legged visitors were the latest creative approach by the Arlington County Sheriff’s Office to reduce reoffending among inmates.
What: Recognition of Sheriff’s Office 150th Anniversary, National Correctional Employees Week, and Detention Facility 25th Anniversary When: Tuesday, May 7, 2019 – 10-11 a.m. Where: Arlington County Detention Facility, 1435 N. Courthouse Rd., Arlington VA 22201 Details Arlington County Sheriff Beth Arthur and numerous local and state officials will gather on May 7 to mark […]
Scholarships are open to Arlington residents studying criminal justice, and applications are due by May 1, 2019.
Incarcerated parents who meet certain requirements will be given the opportunity to have dinner with their children and make themed crafts.