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Public Information Officers
Captain Tommy Potter
Deputy Alecia Paul
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P. O. Box 75 • Isle of Wight, Virginia 23397
17110 Monument Circle • Windsor, Virginia 23487
Administrative Office Hours
Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm
(excluding state and federal holidays)
The Sheriff's Office is located within the Isle of Wight County Virginia Government Complex. We are centrally located between the Town of Smithfield and the Town of Windsor on US Route 258 "Courthouse Highway." It is located approximately 6 miles south of US Route 10 and 8 miles north of US Route 460. The building entrance is on the side and feature a set of doors to our lobby with the Sheriff's star make it easy identifiable. The Isle of Wight County Court building is the big two-story building just north of the Sheriff's building. There are deputies stationed at the court, however the actual Sheriff's Office is housed in a separate building on campus.
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Also, use this form for report, document, information requests.
NON-EMERGENCY DISPATCH PHONE NUMBER 757-357-2151
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