STAFFORD CRIME REPORTS
Below is an example of a Crime Report.
Click the image to open as a PDF.
What is a Crime Report?
A Crime Report is a brief synopsis of Sheriff's Reports that had taken place during a certain period of time. The Crime Report may not include all reports received.
What do the colors mean?
The Stafford Sheriff's Office divided the county into 4 sections as a reference. For a map, click here.
- A (Alpha)
- West side of Route 1 and south of Courthouse Road (Warrenton Road area)
- B (Bravo)
- East side of Route 1 and south of Eskimo Hill Road (White Oak area)
- C (Charlie)
- East side of Route 1 and north of Eskimo Hill Road (Widewater area)
- D (Delta)
- West side of Route 1 and north of Courthouse Road (Garrisonville Road area)
How can I receive these reports?
If you would like to receive these reports in your email, please click here to be added to our email list.
When do these reports get posted on the website and emailed?
Reports are posted on the Stafford Sheriff's Website, as well as emailed, periodically (usually at least once a week) as they are prepared. They are attached to an email as a Word Document as well as a PDF document.
NOTE: In addition to the Crime Reports, you will also receive various informational emails to include News Releases, Crime Alerts, Stafford Star Newsletter, event information, and Crime Solvers Crime of the Week.
Crime Reports do not include all incidents that were reported for the specified time period.
*Your contact information is kept confidential and is only used by the Stafford Sheriff’s Office to relay information from our office. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Crime Prevention Unit (540-658-4030 or email@example.com).