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Richmond City Sheriff's Office
City of Richmond


1701 Fairfield Way

Richmond, VA
23223 USA

Email: Ask The Sheriff

Fax: (804)646-4291

If you would like Sheriff Antionette V. Irving to attend your event to speak or to be a guest please fill out the event form and state what your requests are. We would like to have at least 30 days advance notice. We look forward to attending your events.


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Transitional Programs / Re-Entry Services

Re-entry Services has begun its recruitment of residents (all security levels) willing to improve their life upon release. The Re-entry Program will increase the participants’ future marketability skills for employment and provide transitional tools needed for a successful reintegration into society. The Re-entry Program supports the RCSO’s commitment to residents being “Work Ready, Home Ready & Community Ready” upon their release.

Provided Services:

  • Ready-to-Work: learning about more ways to succeed upon release in the areas of workforce development, life skills and ways to continue education
  • Case Planning
  • Housing
  • DMV- Driving record information
  • Birth Certificates
  • Virginia Bonding Program
  • Workforce: employment, education, training and career information
  • Probation & Parole: Home Plan and “Making it on Supervision Seminars”
  • Vocational Training: Job Training Certifications:
  • Serv Safe (food industry)
  • Culinary Arts
  • Barbering
  • Cosmetology
  • Nail Technology
  • Carpentry
  • Electrical
  • OSHA
  • HVAC
  • Plumbing
  • Landscaping
  • Re-entry Resource Fair
  • Family Reunification Seminars


G.R.A.C.E. Program

Growth through Recovery over Addiction with Counseling to Empower (G.R.A.C.E.) is an opportunity afforded to the residents at RCSO. It is a voluntary substance abuse treatment program available to those sincerely seeking a change. It is a change that comes with commitment, hard work and enthusiasm. Our program staff assists residents in developing competencies through evidence-based programming. Our primary goal is developing the whole person returning to society.

Services provided:

  • Men and Women Substance Abuse Therapeutic Communities
  • An average in-house stay is 90-days to 9 months
  • Case Management Monitoring
  • NA/AA Meetings
  • Weekly Community Speakers
  • DOC/RCSO Work Release