Stafford County Sheriff's Office

Public Safety Center
Ford T. Humphrey Building

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 189
Stafford, VA 22555

Physical Address:
1225 Courthouse Rd.
Stafford, VA 22554


Stafford Alert

“Dedicated, innovative people, working with the community, to serve and protect Stafford County while using the best tools and technology available."



The Stafford County Sheriff’s Office is committed to providing service to the citizens of Stafford County during these uncertain times.

At this time, the lobby of the Ford T. Humphrey building is open for business.  The lobby is marked to allow for social distancing.




As always, you can report an incident/crime by phone at 540-658-4400.  You may also report an incident/crime by clicking on the “Forms/Resources” tab above and then by clicking “Report a Crime or Incident”


News  Releases

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Major Shawn Kimmitz, August 13

An early morning pursuit in Stafford County yesterday led to the arrest of a Manassas man on numerous charges.

At 12:59 a.m. on August 12th, First Sergeant Johnson observed a vehicle stopped improperly on Warrenton Road near Short Street. The first sergeant activated his emergency equipment to conduct a traffic stop and the suspect vehicle pulled into the Exxon station. However, instead of stopping, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Hotel Disturbance Leads to Arrest

Major Shawn Kimmitz, August 12

On August 11th, the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Communications Center received a call for a fight in progress at the Red Roof Inn on Warrenton Road. Deputy S.C. Jett and Deputy T.A. Vasquez arrived to find an intoxicated female throwing a metal ashtray toward a car in the parking lot. As Deputy Jett attempted to take the female into custody, she grabbed onto his shirt and resisted ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Rescued Bald Eagles Released into the Wild

Major Shawn Kimmitz, August 06

The Stafford Sheriff’s Office is happy to report two young bald eagles that were rescued earlier this year, have been released back into the wild.

On May 19, 2020, Animal Control Sgt. Anthony McCall responded to a residence on Aquia Creek after the homeowner discovered two bald eagles in the yard that could not fly. With the assistance of the homeowner, Sgt. McCall was able to capture both bald eagles ... (Full Story & Photos)

Drunk Driver and Passenger Arrested in Parking Lot

Major Shawn Kimmitz, July 27

Two subjects were incarcerated after deputies responded to a local restaurant for a report of intoxicated people.

Deputies Connelly, Keenan, and Martinez responded to Applebee’s at 1000 Stafford Marketplace on July 25th at 12:44 a.m. for a report of intoxicated people. Witnesses reported that a heavily damaged truck had driven recklessly through the parking lot and two males had exited the vehicle ... (Full Story & Photos)

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