CAROLINE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
SHERIFF A.A. LIPPA, JR.
118 COURTHOUSE LANE
P.O. Box 39
BOWLING GREEN, VIRGINIA 22427
Phone: 804-633-1120 Fax: 804-633-1124 Dispatch: 804-633-5400
Dial 911 for all Emergencies - Anonymous Tip Line (804) 633-1133
Photo identification with fingerprints gives authorities vital information to help them locate a missing child.
The Sheriff's Office periodically schedules events where you can get a FREE photo of your child and a set of his or her fingerprints using quick, clean, inkless technology. You may also arrange to bring your child to our office for fingerprinting.
Please call 804-633-1120 or fill out the form below to make an appointment.
How Fingerprints Find a Child
If a child is missing, law enforcement authorities can use the child's completed I.D. Kit to scan the child's fingerprints into the National Crime Information Center database. These fingerprints can then be used to help locate the child in a variety of ways.
Check Mate Program
This innovative program is designed for those that live alone. After an application process, the Sheriff's Office will call the resident daily to check on their welfare. If phone contact cannot be made, a deputy will come by to check on the resident. Please call 804-633-1120 or fill out the form below for more information.
Links for senior Citizens
SeniorNavigator is a 501c3 non-profit organization that provides free information about the health and aging resources available to Virginians. The information focuses on issues such as health, financial concerns, legal questions, health facilities, housing options, transportation, exercise programs, advocacy, and more. Support for SeniorNavigator comes from contributions made by individuals (people like you), corporations, and foundations.
GrandDriver is an educational resource designed to provide Virginians with information and resources about staying safe and mobile on the road as they age.
TRIAD is in its' twenty-first year of assisting law enforcement to keep seniors safe in their communities by utilizing senior volunteers and those within the private
Child Seat Inspections
Select deputies have been trained to assist you in proper use and installation of child safety seats. Federal surveys have shown that a majority of child seats are improperly used. Parents and caregivers are urged to verify that their child safety seats are properly installed and correctly used. Certified deputies will be available to inspect and verify - free of charge - your child seat installation. Let us check your safety seat today! Please call 804-633-1120 or fill out the form below to make an appointment.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration offers the following instructional videos.
Project Lifesaver is currently being used by over 1,150 agencies in 45 states. Nearly 2,300 people have been rescued using the Project Lifesaver program. Enrolled citizens wear a small transmitter on their wrist or ankle that emits a tracking signal unique to that unit. In the event that the citizen goes missing, the local Project Lifesaver Agency, along with a trained emergency team, respond to the wander's area. Instead of hours or days, wanderers are found in an average of 30 minutes. This is a tremendous resource for families dealing with Alzheimer's, autism and other related conditions or disorders.
Caroline County Sheriff's Office is a proud member of the Project Lifesaver program. This program has been established locally without any tax payer dollars. Individual and corporate donations have covered the startup cost associated with Project Lifesaver. Continued support is needed to maintain the continuous operation of the program. A small donation is all that is needed to provide this lifesaving technology to a local family.
Please call 804-633-1120 or fill out the form below for more information.
Would your orgnanization benefit from having a deputy speak at one of its functions? Deputies are available to speak about such things as crime prevention, neighborhood watch and personal safety. Call 804-633-1120 or submit a request below.
Ride Along Program
This is your chance to ride along with a Deputy and get a behind the scenes look at law enforcement. Please fill out the Ride Along Applicaiton. Mail your application or drop it off at our office located at 118 Courthouse Lane.
You may also call 804-633-1120 or fill out the form below for more information.
Do you know of a traffic problem that needs reporting? Contact our Patrol Division by calling (804) 633-1120 or submit your concern below.
On January 20th, 2011, Caroline County Sheriff A.A. "Tony" Lippa, Jr. joined Attorney General of Virginia, Kenneth T. Cuccinelli, II, and the Caroline County Board of Supervisors in creating a local chapter of the TRIAD program.
"TRIAD is one of the fastest-growing crime prevention partnerships in the country. It is a cooperative effort of law enforcement agencies (police/fire/sheriffs), senior citizens, and senior organizations, focused on reducing crimes against our most vulnerable citizens: our seniors. In 1988, the American Association of Retired Persons, the International Association of Chiefs of Police, and the National Sheriff’s Association realized that the baby boomers would soon be retiring and would be in need of protection from con artists and other criminals who would seek to separate them from their hard-earned savings. These three groups formed the first TRIAD in St. Martin Parish, Louisiana, bringing together seniors and law enforcement in a cooperative effort to fight crime. The TRIAD concept has since spread to 47 states, Canada, and England – and it arrived in Virginia in 1995." Courtesy of the Attorney General of Virginia Website
Click here for more information about the TRIAD program or fill in the information request below.
Notify us of your vacation or closing dates and your address. We'll stop by on a random basis to check the welfare of your home or business.
Call 804-633-1120 for assistance or submit a request below.
Announcement Coming Soon
Child ID Program
Child Seat Inspections
Ride Along Program
Board of Supervisor's Meeting
September 27th @ 6 p.m.
Office Phone: (804) 633-1120
Fax Number: (804) 633-1124
Hours: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Call our Anonymous Tip Line @ (804) 633-1133