WHAT IS THE CRIME PREVENTION UNIT?
The Stafford County Sheriff's Office Crime Prevention Unit coordinates community services and crime reduction education programs. This CPU is also responsible for conducting home and business security surveys; managing the Neighborhood and Business Watch Programs, Project Lifesaver, and being involved in many community events and seminars. The CPU also disseminates crime information in Stafford County.
WHO WORKS IN CRIME PREVENTION UNIT?
First Sergeant Darrell English has been with the Stafford Sheriff's Office for more than 25 years in a variety of areas. Sergeant English, a Crime Prevention Specialist, has been the Crime Prevention Coordinator since 1999 and has helped the program grow to new levels of involvement in Stafford County.
Deputy Jim Hamilton has been with the Stafford Sheriff's Office since 2004 after retiring from Prince William County Police Department. Deputy Hamilton, Crime Prevention Specialist, has been very instrumental in facilitating successful business watch programs in Stafford County
Randy Shockey has been with the Stafford Crime Solvers since 1991 and continues to be a community leader that donates much of his time to the Crime Solvers organization.
WHAT DOES THE CRIME PREVENTION UNIT OFFER CITIZENS?
The Crime Prevention Unit is a resource center for Stafford County citizens. The CPU offers many types of resources to communities and businesses.