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To obtain a copy of an incident report (burglary, larceny, destruction of property, etc) that happened at your home or business, submit a written request to the Administrative/Records Office containing the incident details (date, time, incident/case number, etc), or request in person with a picture identification at no charge.
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The Sheriff always enjoys getting feedback from citizens, especially when an employee has performed in an exceptional manner. If you would like to recognize an officer, or other employee, for a job well done, please feel free to inform the Sheriff in whatever method of correspondence is most convenient. View contact information for the King George County Sheriff's Office, whether you prefer to write a letter, send an email, or call the Sheriff.
1. To make a complaint about the actions of a deputy or about any aspect of deputy operations, please:
a. Come to the Sheriff's Office and tell any employee that you want to make a complaint; or
b. Call the Sheriff's Office and tell the person answering the phone that you want to make a complaint; or
c. Write your complaint and mail it to the Sheriff at 10445 Government Center Blvd., King George, VA. 22485
2. A supervisor will assist you in filling out a Report of Complaint against Sheriff's Office Personnel form. This form asks you to identify yourself and then give specific details about the complaint.
3. Your complaint will then be investigated. You may be contacted and asked additional questions about your complaint.
4. If it is going to take a long time to investigate your complaint, you will receive a letter telling you approximately when you may expect a reply.
5. When your complaint has been investigated, the Sheriff will review the investigation and will write you a letter explaining what has been determined regarding the matter.
46.2-1156.1. Transportation of persons less than sixteen years old in pickup truck beds prohibited; exception. No person under sixteen years of age shall be transported in the rear cargo area of any pickup truck on the highways of Virginia. The provisions of this section shall not apply to transportation of persons in the bed of any pickup truck being operated:
46.2-1095. Child restraint devices required when transporting certain children; safety belts for other children less than sixteen years old required; penalty.
46.2-1052. Tinting films, signs, decals, and stickers on windshields, etc.; penalties.
Copies of reportable accidents can be obtained in person, by written request or faxed if the number is local from the Administrative/Records Office. There is no fee for this service.
A local records check of KG Sheriff's Office records only, may be obtained with a picture identification at no charge at the Administrative/Records Office.
Concealed weapon application and fees are handled through the KG County Circuit Court Clerks Office, view the Virginia State Police Forms website.
The Administrative/Records Office is open for business, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The 911 Communications Center is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Sheriff's Office may be contacted at 540-775-2049.
46.2-1054. Suspension of objects or alteration of vehicle so as to obstruct view of driver. It shall be unlawful for any person to drive a motor vehicle on a highway in the Commonwealth with any object or objects, other than a rear view mirror, sun visor, or other equipment of the motor vehicle approved by the Superintendent, suspended from any part of the motor vehicle in such a manner as to obstruct the driver's clear view of the highway through the windshield, the front side windows, or the rear window, or to alter a passenger-carrying vehicle in such a manner as to obstruct the driver's view through the windshield. However, this section shall not apply (i) when the driver's clear view of the highway through the rear window is obstructed if such motor vehicle is equipped with a mirror on each side, so located as to reflect to the driver a view of the highway for at least 200 feet to the rear of such vehicle or (ii) to safety devices installed on the windshields of vehicles owned by private waste haulers or local governments and used to transport solid waste. (1960, c. 122, 46.1-291.1; 1972, cc. 8, 844; 1987, c. 135; 1989, c. 727.)