Amherst County Sheriff's Office
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The Sheriff's Inmate Work Force affords some Amherst County Adult Detention Center Inmates the opportunity to provide the county with a means to address maintenance and beautification needs. The inmates assigned to the program work throughout the county performing tasks from cutting grass and overgrowth from the vicinity of local roadways to helping maintain county property and parks.
Crime Stoppers of Central Virginia is a regional non-profit corporation that pays up to $1,000.00 for tips that solve crimes. The program is run by area citizens and not by law enforcement officials. Callers are not asked their names, and the phone lines are not traced nor is caller ID used.
The Amherst County Sheriff's Office Drug Hotline is available 24 hours a day. The phone line is secure and there is NO caller I.D. on this phone. The drug investigators are the only persons who have access to it. This assures that you remain completely anonymous (unknown). You do not have to give your name or address when calling this number.
The Virginia Sex Offender Registry is updated and managed by the Virginia State Police. The information within the site may not be accurate up to the moment. The site is updated often and there is the possibility of a data gap. The information contained in the registry is for informative purposes only.
Identity theft is not a NEW crime; it is as old as civilization itself. As man has evolved so to has the criminal's ability to present themselves as someone they are not. In today's high tec. world it has become much more complicated for a criminal to assume someone else's identity IF proper precautions are taken.