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Brunswick County Jail

120 West Hicks Street

Lawrenceville, VA  23868

County History:   

Established in 1720, this county claims to be the namesake for the famous Brunswick stew and was named for an 18 century Brit, Duchy of Brunswick Lunenburg.  With its county seat in Lawrenceville and originally had indentured slaves from Scotland who had been convicted during the Jacobite Rebellion.  One of those convicted, eventually began a big land owner in the area, James Pittillo with over 4,000 acres.  

County Population:  16,973

Area Code(s):  434, 804

Jail Website:  None

County Sheriff:  B.K. Roberts, Sheriff,

120 East Hicks Street

Lawrenceville, VA 23868

Deputy Sheriff:  Unknown

Crime Stats for Lawrenceville:  Lawrenceville’s violent crime rate has been below the nations average since 2001, except for three years when it peaked.  Today, it is well below average. 

Per 1,000 residents, Lawrenceville has 5.95 or 6 officers, which is significantly above Virginia’s average of 2.24  

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Brunswick County Jail Statistics
Number of Persons Confined 47
Avg Daily Population 50
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Full time total employees 4
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The Goals and Objectives of the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office are: · Protection of life and property · Deterrent and prevention of crime · Preservation of public peace and maintenance of order · Enforcement of laws and ordinances over which this agency has jurisdiction of · Detection and arrest of offenders · Execution of all criminal processes in accordance with the law · Education and public service
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Press Release

Building Vandalized at County Park at Great Creek

In the early morning hours of November 15th, 2017, deputies, while on patrol, discovered that a building at the County Park at Great Creek had been severely vandalized and spray painted with graffiti. The area was canvased and searched; however, the person/s responsible were not located at that time. The case was assigned to the investigative division and several of the images led investigators to the Brunswick Senior High School. After a few interviews and some help from teachers and staff, a juvenile student was identified as the person responsible for the vandalism. The juvenile student was cooperative, gave a statement and explained the meanings of all images. None of the images were related to any gang affiliation, graphic hate content, or fear inducing rhetoric. While the images were not offensive in nature, the building sustained damage that was unable to be simply repaired. Felony vandalism/destruction of property charges are pending at this time.

Be Safe,

Sheriff Roberts
5 days ago
2017 Law Enforcement Banquet

Last night, SVCC hosted there annual Law Enforcement Recognition banquet representing the Southside area.
Congratulations to Deputy Kevin Jones for being selected as the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Deputy of the Year for 2016-17. Pictured below are Sheriff Roberts, Deputy Jones and Professor (Deputy) Fonz Seward.
2 weeks ago
Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office implements new
Public Safety Software System

November 6, 2017 – In October 2016, the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office issued a request for proposal for a public safety software system. The Sheriff’s Office was seeking a contemporary, completely integrated solution that included Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD), Records Management System (RMS), Mobile Field Reporting (MFR), Automated Vehicle location (AVL), and Mobile Computing Terminal (MCT) provided by one vendor. The existing software system was well over twenty years old and had become antiquated and no longer met our agency’s ever-growing needs.

Proposals were received, reviewed and interviews were conducted in November 2016. Subsequently, a contract was awarded in the amount of $508,000 to SunGard Public Sector, now known as Superion. Funding for this project was provided by utilizing E-Summons and Court Security Funds, along with a grant obtained by the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office through the Virginia 911 Services Board. No local funds were required.

The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office joins a growing number of law enforcement agencies across the Commonwealth of Virginia as well as the United States that are utilizing Superion technology to enhance public safety in their communities. The Superion software system is a Windows-based environmental application using Microsoft SQL. A brief overview of a few of the modules is as follows:

• CAD features will provide for “real-time” information to dispatchers and officers in the field.
• Responding units will know instantly about previous events, hazardous materials, and other dangers on location.
• Officers and citizens are both further protected through timers alerting dispatchers to monitor officer status.
• RMS features provide a strong investigative tool which connects all information related to a subject or location, such as names, businesses, vehicles, incidents, property and criminal activity.
• Crime analysis and mapping tools let users map incidents, locations and events as well as perform predictive analysis for future crimes.
• MCT provides integrated mapping as well as mapping updates which increase officer safety.

Sheriff Roberts stated, “I am extremely pleased to implement this cutting-edge technology to improve the daily operation and overall function of the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office. This progressive technology will allow the patrol deputies to have instant access to information in the field and directly on their mobile devices thus increasing both citizen and officer safety. In addition to their regular duties, many of my staff members put in significant extra effort to make this system implementation a success. They have done an outstanding job of completing the tough, detailed work required to integrate processes, reporting and workflow systems. As a result, I fully believe that it is a realistic, yet technologically advanced system that will serve us well into the future.”

The new software system went “live” on Tuesday, October 31, 2017, with members of the Superion team on site working with Sheriff’s Office staff to monitor the transition and troubleshoot any potential issues. Sheriff Roberts further stated, “The transition went smoothly and we anticipate the system providing both vital and significant enhancements to our county as we go forward and reveal its full potential”.

We look forward to this great new partnership with Superion and will continue to work toward keeping Brunswick County a safe and secure community.

Be safe,
Sheriff Roberts
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Press Release – October 31, 2017

Deputy Grassell receives Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program Award

The Southside Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program (ASAP) held a banquet at the Lamplighter Restaurant on Thursday, October 26, 2017 to honor law enforcement officers and their commitment to crime prevention, specifically the apprehension of impaired drivers. The Southside Virginia ASAP includes the counties of Brunswick, Mecklenburg, Halifax and the Town of South Boston and recognized law enforcement agencies in each of these jurisdictions. Officers are nominated based on their arrest statistics for the period July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017. Deputy Adam Grassell was the recipient for the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office for this period. Deputy Grassell has been with the department since 2014. He is extremely dedicated to protecting and serving the citizens of our county and was selected as a K-9 handler in 2016. He has shown great skill in spotting impaired drivers, thus keeping our citizens and roadways safe. Captain Dwayne Jones, who also serves as the Vice-Chairman of the Southside VASAP Board, presented him with the award. Congratulations to Deputy Grassell. Keep up the great work!

Be safe,
Sheriff Roberts
1 month ago
Press Release – October 16, 2017

Electronic Threats to Kill Made Towards Students at Brunswick Senior High School and Park View High School- CHARGES CURRENTLY PENDING

On Thursday, October 12th, 2017, the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office was made aware that an electronic threat to kill five students had been sent through social media. These named students attended both Brunswick and Park View High Schools. Deputies and Investigators immediately began interviewing those involved and attempted to obtain information regarding the account holder’s identity and whereabouts. Precautions were taken to ensure the safety of both schools and their students. Investigative techniques and a search warrant were used to develop specific and identifiable information for the Snap Chat account, Google email account, as well as the cell phone provider used to send the threat. On October 16th, 2017, a juvenile student of Brunswick Senior High School was identified, questioned and subsequently determined to be the one responsible for sending the threatening messages. Felony charges are currently pending for Threats of Death or Serious Bodily Injury to a person on School Property.

Be safe,
Sheriff Roberts
1 month ago
Burglary of local churches

On Sunday morning, October 15,2017, the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office received numerous calls reporting that three separate churches had been burglarized sometime during the night. The churches that were burglarized are Short’s Chapel RZUA Church at 752 Planters Road, Jerusalem RZUA Church 9777 Christanna Hwy and James Square Baptist Church at 9440 Christanna Hwy. Each church had signs of forced entry to exterior and interior doors. Practically every room, in all three churches, had been rummaged through but only one church reported items stolen at this time. Deputies and Investigators responded to each scene where evidence was collected. Any persons with information related to this crime is asked to contact us at or Crime Solvers at .

Sheriff Roberts

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