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Sheriff’s Office

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. The Sheriff’s Office is accredited by the Virginia Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission, and it is a member of the Northwest Virginia Regional Drug and Gang Task Force. Sheriff is elected every four years.

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

Find more information about the Sheriff’s Office using the links at left. If using a smartphone, use jump to subpage at top.

The Clarke County Sheriff’s Office is located at 100 N. Church St. in Berryville, Va.

Hours
7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday (administrative office)
24/7 for 911 emergencies
24/7 for non-emergency incidents; call (540) 955-1234

Tony Roper
Sheriff
(540) 955-5153
troper@clarkecounty.gov

Travis Sumption
Chief Deputy
(540) 955-5182
tsumption@clarkecounty.gov

Janine Rose
Administrative Assistant
(540) 955-5152
(540) 955-4111 (fax)
jrose@clarkecounty.gov

Call Crime Solvers at (540) 665-8477 (TIPS) to share crime-related information anonymously.

Anyone with information regarding a local crime should call (540) 955-1234.

Help the Sheriff’s Office better serve Clarke County by completing its Community Survey. No personal information is required for this anonymous survey; all answers are confidential. The Sheriff’s Office appreciates your input so it can improve its services.