We take great pride in the professionalism of the men and women that are employed by the Radford Sheriff's Office but we also recognize that conflicts may sometimes arise as a result of the performance of our official duties. If you desire to make a complaint about the actions of this office, a deputy, an employee or any aspect of court service operations, you can:
- Come to the office and tell any employee that you want to make a complaint about the office, a deputy, or an employee; or
- Call the office and tell the person answering the phone that you wish to make a complaint about the office, a deputy or an employee; or
- Write your complaint on a complaint form and mail it to the sheriff.
A supervisory deputy will assist you in filling out a complaint form. This complaint form asks you to identify yourself and give specific details about the nature of your complaint. Your complaint will be investigated and you may be contacted if additions information is needed to the complete the investigation of your complaint.
If an extensive amount of time is needed to investigate your complaint, you will receive a letter telling you approximately when you may expect a reply.