Annual Report Government

Annual Report

A description of the concerns voiced from the community

There have been no concerns expressed to our office over the past year.


A description of potential problems that have a bearing on law enforcement activities within the community

Since the Martinsville Police Department is the primary law enforcement entity within Martinsville, any potential problems concerning criminal activity shall be passed on to the M.P.D.  This is especially true when it concerns potential informants, vice-drug complaints and contraband in the jail.

Our responsibility is in the security of the courthouse and surrounding municipal building and parking areas.

Retention of Sheriff’s Office employees continues to be a goal that should continue to be an important objective.  I believe that consistent turnover of employees constitutes a security risk that in turn ahs a bearing on how we can best perform our mission.


Recommendations

No recommendations for concerns.


Future Goals and Objectives

The jail security system upgrade is being studied and planned for this fiscal year.  The AG’s grant is planned for funding this project.


Department Statistics

CIVIL

Subpoenas received: 4,614
Jury summons received: 562
Levies received: 114
Other civil process: 6,853

INMATES

Inmate transports other than to local courts: 424
Mental patient trips within jurisdiction: 30
Mental patient trips out of jurisdiction: 75
Extraditions: 13

CIRCUIT COURT

Circuit Court days: 179
Average number Circuit Court Judges: 1

GENERAL DISTRICT COURT

General District Court days: 91
General District Court Judges: 1

JUVENILE AND DOSMeSTIC COURT

Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court days: 132
Average number Juvenile & Domestic Court Judges: 1


Agency Activities

The jail software system is scheduled to go online in September.