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BadgeThe Clarke County Sheriff’s Office provides fair, unbiased law enforcement services to the public while respecting the constitutional rights of individuals. Clarke County Sheriff’s deputies patrol county roads, control traffic, investigate crimes, escort prisoners, provide courthouse and courtroom security, and serve legal documents. Sheriff is an elected position.

Mission Statement

Accredited LogoThe mission of the Clarke County Sheriff's Office is to provide for a safe community through customer service based policing. The office achieves its mission through professionalism, respect, and ethical service.

Professionalism, Respect, and Ethical Service

Community Crime Map

Clarke County Sheriff's Office partners with LexisNexis Risk Solutions.

Do you want to know what crimes are occurring in your neighborhood? Do you want notifications when crimes occur in your neighborhood?  If so, check out our new public crime map by visiting the Community Crime Map. Select VA - Clarke County from the drop down menu Jump to City on the left side of the site.

Community Survey

Help the Sheriff's Office better serve Clarke County by completing its Community Survey. No personal information is required for this anonymous survey, and all answers are confidential. Please click on the picture or on Community Survey to be redirected to the survey. Thank you for providing information that will help the Sheriff's Office improve services.

Drug Collection Unit

The Sheriff's Office has a new Drug Collectiton Unit in the lobby of the Clarke County Sheriff’s Office (100 N. Church St., Berryville). Residents may access the collection unit 24 hours a day. The drug collection unit is intended to help the community safely dispose of unwanted medications, including controlled substances. Drug collection programs help rid communities of unwanted medications that may otherwise be diverted, abused, or contaminate water supplies.

Whether facing a hurricane, snowstorm, thunderstorm, earthquake, tornado, or even a terrorist event, every family can prepare for disasters. Visit FEMA Ready and Virginia Department of Emergency Management.


VINELink is the online version of VINE (Victim Information and Notification Everyday), the National Victim Notification Network. This service allows crime victims to obtain timely and reliable information about criminal cases and the custody status of offenders 24 hours a day. VINE was created to keep victims informed about the custody status of their offenders.

Additional Information

Learn more about 9-1-1 services, fingerprint procedures and more. Go to Frequently Asked Questions.

Sheriff's Office
100 N. Church St.
Berryville VA 22611
Emergency Phone: 911
Non-Emergency Phone: (540) 955-1234
Office Phone: (540) 955-5152
Fax: (540) 955-4111

Crime Solvers to leave anonymous information
(540) 665-TIPS (8477)

Hours (administrative office)
Monday - Friday
8:30am - 5:00pm

24/7 for 911 emergencies

Anthony W. Roper
(540) 955-5152

Janine Rose
Administrative Assistant
(540) 955-5152

Travis Sumption
Chief Deputy
(540) 955-5182