ANNUAL  STATISTICS

January 1, 2022 – November 7, 2022

 

PCSO Total Indictments for 2022 – 461
PCSO Total Narcotics Indictments for 2022 – 114
Grant Awards/Revenue – $349,507.76
 

CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION

 
Total Cases Investigated – 264
Evidence seized – 811 items
Evidence destroyed – 1,420 items
Drugs from drop box – 139.5 lbs
Concealed Carry Applications – 370

NARCOTICS  TASK  FORCE

Felony Cases Initiated – 62
Search Warrants – 23
Probation Searches – 44
Consent Searches – 46
Cell Phone Extractions – 11
Surveillance Ops – 212
Assisted other agencies – 87
Interviews – 137
Firearms Seized – 30
Methamphetamine Seized – 478.1 g
Prescription Narcotics Seized – 694 units
Heroin Seized – 3.3g
Cocaine Seized – 127 g
Crack Cocaine – 2g
Fentanyl – 100 units
Currency Seized – $18,420

PAGE  COUNTY  JAIL

Average Daily Population at the Page County Jail – 68
Current Inmate Population – 200
Inmates Housed Outside Page County – 132
Extraditions – 4
Transports – 702
Transport Milage – 51269
Total Man hours for Transport – 3109
TDO’s – 37
TDO Milage – 3142
TDO Man Hours – 378
 

Jail MAT Re-Entry Program

Total # Screened – 62
Total # Screeded Eligible for Services – 61
Total # Screened not-eligible for services – 1
Total # Discontinued Services – 59
Total # Active – 15
Total # of Individual and Group Sessions Provided – 593

PATROL DIVISION

Calls for service – 16,870
Warrants/Paper served – 14,007
Arrests – 266
Traffic stops – 942
Follow-up Investigations – 393
Animal Complaints – 1,236
Cardiac Arrests – 63
Larceny Offenses – 127
Mental/Emotional/Psych – 129
K9 searches – 203
Narcotics Investigations – 182
Missing Person – 59
Pursuit – 11
Search and Rescue – 6
Business Interactions – 452
Extra Patrol – 526
Property Checks – 22,587
Probation Searches – 192
Consent Searches – 93

 

CRIME PREVENTION

-90 Days covered 7 Schools w/6 SRO’S (including traffic control @ 5 Schools)
-90 Days covered 8 Schools w/8 SRO’S (8+ hours each day)
-Covered 10+ Football games (5+ hours per game) Average attendance 1500 people
-Covered 40+ Basketball games (5+ hours per game) 200-800 in attendance (fans and staff)
-Football had a minimum coverage of 2 SRO’S per game and as many as 7 depending on the need and request.
-Basketball normal coverage is 1 SRO per game but up to 5 depending on need or request
-At least 2 after School events per school, per year, (teacher informative meeting, parent etc..)
-Coverage of 6-8 dances per year, 100-500 in attendance
-Working with PACA on at least 10 events per year (2-3 SRO’S various events)
-Summer Camp 6 SRO’S (108 hours each) 40 Youth in attendance
-Stanley Homecoming 3 SRO’S (30 hrs. each)
-Christmas Parade Luray and Stanley 4 SRO’S 4 hrs. each
-July 4th Parade (Stanley) 6 SRO’S 4 hrs. each
-Graduation 6 SRO’S 12 hrs. each
PCHS and LHS 1 Day event 08:30-20:30
-Easter event 5 SRO’S 6 hrs. each
-Christmas event 5 SRO’S 6 hrs. each
-2 JV Football games – 2 SRO’D
-6 Volleyball games – 1 SRO
-Coverage of Baseball, Softball, Soccer 4 games of each usually 2 SRO’S at each High School upon request 4-6 hrs. of coverage 1-2 SRO’S
Partnered with PACA for 10 + tobacco & alcohol compliance checks, Hidden in Plain Sight Events, Party Patrols, DUI Golf Cart Course, Homecoming Patrols and Prom Patrols.
 

 

This is only a glimpse of what my staff and our office does through the year. There are many more events and other public service functions that we provide that may not always be documented. I am proud of my staff and their efforts to keep our community safe. Serving our community is an honor.
 
Sheriff Chad Cubbage

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