Beginning with the 2006, the Newport News Sheriff's Office began posting annual reports for public access.
These reports provide snapshot information about Sheriff's Office activities throughout the year that offers a leadership message from the Sheriff, events, budget, and accomplishments of various units and individuals.
Please click on the links below to view the Sheriff's Office annual reports.
Strategies that improve a person's successful transition back into the community after serving time behind bars have a direct correlation on public safety. Read how the Newport News Sheriff's Office is taking the lead on prisoner re-entry.
The Newport News Sheriff's Office embarked on numerous changes, including increased law enforcement activity and making some safety improvements to the Newport News City Jail after identifying dangerous conditions for personnel, visitors, contractors, and inmates.
Diversity in the workplace is proven to enrich overall operations of any organization. The Newport News Sheriff's Office will introduce you to women who wear the badge. Also read about the challenges faced when incarcerating the mentally ill.
Snapshots capture the critical operations of the Newport News Sheriff's Office. Page by page, read about events that shaped the year. Peek inside the jail; look at how the Sheriff's Office is active in your neighborhood; and discover the character of the men and women who are sworn to serve.
The Newport News Sheriff's Office commits to solving the underlying cause of criminal activity: substance abuse, under education, and under employment. All they while, it also looks for ways to reduce the jail's dangerous overcrowding.
In this first edition of the Newport News Sheriff's Office Annual Report, citizens are provided with an educational opportunity to learn about the responsibilities of the Sheriff's Office, removing any mystery about the organization. With newly elected Sheriff Gabe Morgan at the helm, transparency is a top priority.
2011 Annual Report