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Patrol

Lieutenant James Pope, Division Commander

The Patrol Division is the largest, most visible, and most diverse division within the Sheriff’s Office.  The county is divided up into for patrol zones.  Patrol works a 24/7/365 schedule to provide primary law enforcement coverage to the unincorporated areas of the county as well as within the towns as needed or requested by the town police departments.


A patrol deputy will be the primary responder to most calls for service.  They also enforce criminal and traffic laws, serve arrest warrants, serve civil process as needed, and conduct preliminary and follow-up investigations.  They provide a constant deterrent to crime by patrolling the roads, neighborhoods, and businesses of Isle of Wight County. Patrol Division deputies strive to always present a positive and professional image of the Sheriff’s Office while promoting trust and cooperation with every citizen.

Map of Isle of Wight Sheriff's Patrol Zones

Patrol Zone Descriptions


Zone 1

All county areas South of 460.
 
Zone 2

Areas north of 460 to Central Hill Road west of 258 and all areas north of 460 and east of 258 to the Suffolk line and just south of Route 10.

Zone 3

The entire Northwest section of the county. It includes all land North of Central Hill and West of Route 258 to both the Southampton and Surry County lines.
 
Zone 4

Includes Carrollton, Rescue, Battery Park, Gatling Point, Nike Park area as well as the Route 10 corridor from the town limits to Suffolk to include Benns Grant, Smithfield High School, IWIP, Cherry Grove, etc.

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