Montgomery County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Montgomery County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 1 E. Main Street, Christiansburg, 24073 VA
  • Chief:
Phone: (540) 382-6915
Fax: (540) 381-6805

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office is located at 1 E. Main Street, Christiansburg, 24073 VA. The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office phone number is (540) 382-6915.

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office News

We had a great time today in Blacksburg at the Wheels and Wagons event. It is always a pleasure meeting people from our communities and see the smiles on kids faces with plastic badges and coloring books. We had the opportunity to issue out over 100 child identification kits and spend some time with citizens from our county. Thanks to everybody that stopped by to see the vehicles and say “hello”.

While enjoying today with family and friends, remember and honor those who gave all.

Today we graduated our second class of our GTO program. We would like to congratulate Patrick, Latea, Kaitlyn, Elizabeth, and Nathan and wish them well in their future endeavors. We would also like to thank the following agencies for their contribution to the success of this program: Blacksburg Police Department, Christiansburg Police Department, Christiansburg Fire Department, Radford Police Department, Radford University Police Department, New River Valley Regional Jail, and Western Virginia Regional Jail. A special thanks to Travis and Paige for allowing us to be a part of the GTO program and all of the people that worked diligently with these young adults.

We would like to express our thanks to Knights of Columbus Father James Burge Assembly 2707 for their donation of 51 stuffed animals to help with children in crisis situations!

We have been receiving calls from citizens advising that they received a call from a "Sgt. Johnson" with our office. The individual states that he has warrants for them and that they need to go to Wal-mart or some other business to purchase money cards then mail to the address he provides. We never ask for money, money cards, credit cards, financial information, etc. if we have warrants on file for you. Please do not send money for these scams and always use a reputable source to verify the phone number you are calling back if you get a message like this.

Congratulations to Preston Woodrum, who accepted a $1000 dollar scholarship from the Virginia Sheriffs' Institute (VSI). Sheriff Partin presented the certificate to Woodrum, who is continuing his pursuit of a Criminal Justice degree.

Thanks so much to Barbara Via and Radford Rehab for the delicious chicken biscuits!

Thank you to everyone who attended and participated in our 14th annual Fallen Officers Memorial Service, which wrapped up Police Officers Memorial Week. We are blessed to have the support of a loving community!


Thank you to ALCOVA Mortgage - The Brandon Nicely Team for bringing pizza for our staff #LawEnforcementWeek

It has been a great week of food and fellowship as the Citizen Support Group - Montgomery County Sheriff's Office has taken care of the men and women of our office. Today was Bearz BBQ providing the food, which was awesome!

Let’s help out our friends over in Floyd, take a look at these wanted folks and give them a call if you know where they’re hiding.

Thanks to the Board of Supervisors for recognizing Sheriff Hank Partin, Chief Deputy StClair, Lt. Hollandsworth, and Training Coordinator English at tonight’s meeting for receiving the Virginia Sheriff’s Institute Certification.

If you are traveling Rt. 8 in Riner between 1215 and 1pm today, please use caution. The Riner Heritage Festival parade will be going on from Fairview Church Rd to Auburn Middle School and traffic will be detoured and delayed for about a half hour.

Continuing to teach the cadets everything about our jobs and the dangers in the community.

Thanks to our Christiansburg Dairy Queen for bringing by an ice cream cake to recognize Correctional Officers Week. #localbusiness #leosupport

Congratulations to the graduates of New River Criminal Justice Training Academy Entry Level Jail Class #79. A special way-to- go for our graduates: Deputy Phoenix and Deputy Woodrum! In addition, Deputy Phoenix was the first female class president in jail class history.