Gloucester Sheriff Darrell W. Warren Jr. was unanimously elected president of the Virginia Sheriffs’ Association on Sept. 16. Warren and the other members of the 2020-2021 VSA Board of Directors were sworn in by State Sen. Thomas K. Norment Jr. (R-James City County).
Warren will serve a one-year term as president of the VSA. The association is an 8,600 member organization that represents Virginia’s sheriffs, deputy sheriffs and sheriff’s office staff.
Warren has served Gloucester as sheriff since February 2012. He commands a modern sheriff’s office, leading over 100 deputies and civilian personnel across multiple office divisions.
As a full-service agency, the Gloucester Sheriff’s Office is responsible for providing law enforcement services to over 38,000 residents within a jurisdictional boundary of 288 square miles.
The GSO also recently obtained its re-accreditation from the Virginia Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission under Warren’s leadership.
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