Central Virginia Regional Jail Board
Purpose and Typical Duties
This Authority is a multi-jurisdiction joint powers authority which constructed and operates the Central Virginia Regional Jail to provide secure confinement of adults convicted or accused of criminal activities. The Jail serves Orange, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, and Madison Counties and is governed by a Board made up of representatives from each of the localities served. The Authority has the power to establish rules and regulations governing the operation of the Jail not inconsistent with standards of the State Board of Corrections; purchase land for the Jail for joint ownership by the participating political subdivisions with the approval of the local government bodies; provide all necessary stock, equipment, and structures for the Jail within the budget approved therefore by the participating political subdivisions; and appoint a superintendent of such jail and necessary jail officers therefore who shall serve at the pleasure of the Board.
Length of Term
Number of Members
Meeting Time and Place
The Central Virginia Regional Jail Authority conducts its routine monthly meeting on the second Thursday of every month. These meetings are open to the public and held at 4:00 PM in the conference room located near the administration area of the facility.
Each regional jail board shall consist of at least the sheriff from each participating political subdivision and one representative from each political subdivision participating therein who shall be appointed by the local governing body thereof.
|Erik Weaver||12/31/2023||Email Erik Weaver|
|Charlotte Hoffman||12/31/2023||Email Charlotte Hoffman|