Deputies not only provide for the safe detention of inmates within the courthouse awaiting trial, they also actively patrol the grounds and interior of both courthouses; screen individuals entering the courthouse for prohibited items (i.e. weapons such as bullets, guns and knives; technology such as cell phones and smart watches; animals); and monitor all court proceedings constantly for potential problems.
The deputies are very knowledgeable about the functions of the various agencies within the courthouses and are available to assist citizens during their visit to the courthouse.
Attorney Access Card Request
View the Attorney Access Card Request form (PDF).
Escorts on the courthouse grounds are provided upon request and initiated by deputies when deemed necessary for security reasons.
Deputies serve all civil process and criminal warrants directed to them by the court system. These papers include, but are not limited to complaints, notices, orders, subpoenas, and summonses for both civil and criminal cases. Additionally, deputies supervise evictions, levies, public auctions and seizures. For more information, contact the Sheriff's Office Civil Process Unit at 804-751-4412.
Safe Exchange Zone
The Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office dedicated three parking spaces at the main courthouse as a Safe Exchange Zone. The designated zone is under 24-hour surveillance and allows the public to conduct:
- Child custody exchanges
- Face-to-face online sales
- Meetings where one feels the need for recorded video surveillance
View Active Warrants (PDF). If you are currently wanted/have an outstanding warrant, report to the front lobby of the County Jail (6900 Mimms Drive, Chesterfield, VA 23832) and ask for the assistance of a Deputy Sheriff.
If you have an outstanding civil paper, call 804-748-1261 or report to the Sheriff's Office ground floor security office at the main courthouse (9500 Courthouse Road, Chesterfield, VA 23832).
Courts Contact Information
For more information about Chesterfield Courts, visit the Courts page.
Fingerprinting for certain groups (expungements, federal firearms licensing, restoration of rights, sex offenders, etc.) are performed at the courthouse.
For more information, call 804-748-1261 or go to the first-floor security station at the main courthouse, located at 9500 Courthouse Road, Chesterfield, VA 23832.