The Administrative Services Division is composed of 14 personnel both sworn and civilian, and includes the following sections:
- Computer Services/Records
- Crime Prevention
- Fiscal Services
The Accreditation section is responsible for achieving and maintaining state law enforcement accreditation and developing and updating agency policy.
Computer Services is made up of 1 Lieutenant, 1 Sergeant, and 1 Programmer/work as required staff. Computer Services is tasked with a variety of duties to include the coordination of the security and administration of the Body Worn Camera Program, the Sheriff's Office record management system, LINx security and system administrators, and acts as a liaison for the County Computer Support Services. Computer Services is also tasked with overseeing incident report entry and approval, and transmittal of IBR information to the Virginia State Police. Computer Services coordinates and maintains all Sheriff's Office Computers, to include in-car computers. The unit performs testing and functional reviews of all technology projects being considered by the Sheriff's Office to insure compatibility with existing systems and future needs.
Computer Services coordinates the use of all advanced electronic devices for selected Deputies that have the capability of running queries in VCIN and DMV to include obtaining photographs from DMV. These devices have the additional capability of querying the Sheriff's Office records management system to assist in various law enforcement duties.
The Sergeant of Computer Services is also in charge of Crime Analysis and Criminal Intelligence which consists of tracking crime trends in York County and other jurisdictions in the Hampton Roads area, and keeping an open line of communication between our jurisdiction and others. Our future technology projects include the maintenance and replacement of Body Worn Cameras, along with in-car cameras, constantly evaluating what is in use and what can be improved upon to better serve the citizens.
The Evidence/Property section provides support to the overall law enforcement mission by maintaining the custody of evidence and ensuring the availability and readiness of agency equipment. The evidence/property officer transports evidence to and from the state crime laboratory and testifies in court as required on custody issues.
Fiscal Services is tasked with performing complex financial work involving payroll time recording, accounts payable, purchasing, and worker's compensation documentation. Fiscal Services maintains close liaison with the state compensation board on reimbursement of county expenses as authorized to the Sheriff, a local constitutional officer.
The mission of the Training Division is to transform uniformed and civilian members of the Police Department into law enforcement professionals, equipped with the necessary academic and tactical knowledge to protect the life, rights, property, and dignity of all the residents of the County of York.
We believe that a well-trained law enforcement professional will have a favorable impact on the communities they serve, will be respected by their peers, and will be emulated by other law enforcement agencies. We endeavor to facilitate training by utilizing technology, research and development, and meticulous instruction to ensure that members of the Sheriff's Office can continue to be lauded as York County's Finest.