Fast and courteous bail bonds for inmates incarcerated at Chesterfield County Jail. Just call us first before you come down: (804) 715-1644. We will meet you there!
Here’s contact information and driving directions for the jail:
Chesterfield County Jail
6900 Mimms Drive
Chesterfield, VA 23832
But of course, call us before you head over there. We will explain the whole process for you if you have questions. And our bondsman will meet you there as fast as you wish. Or, if needed, we can come to you.
Bail Bonds Chesterfield VA: Call for 24/7 Emergency bail bonding service… (804) 715-1644
Chesterfield, Virginia 23832
The Chesterfield County Jail has a very interesting Jail Classification system:
The Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office instituted Objective Jail Classification (OJC) in March of 2003. This system represents a new and more balanced approach in how inmates will be classified, housed and their eligibility for privileges within the jail. It should be understood that the OJC system is driven by individual inmate behavior, and it will be a primary means by which inmates can qualify for lower custody status and increased privileges. Under OJC all incidents and resulting disciplinary actions will be documented, regardless of which disciplinary process is used. Because documentation of such actions are placed in each inmate’s classification file, these actions will become major factors in determining to increase or decrease custody levels and privileges. This information will transfer with the inmate to other facilities such as RRJ and DOC.
Understanding and accepting that individual behavior will be the most essential factor by which custody levels are assigned and changed should benefit most inmates who make the choice to AADJUST@.
See more on this system and on Custody Levels here
Bad news for Chesterfield County Jail
December 27, 2012
12-27-12-PRINCE,-ADRIANNA-N CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VA — The Chesterfield County’s Sheriff’s Office has reported that a female inmate has died. Adrianna Nicole Prince, 22, was found unresponsive in her cell at the Chesterfield County Jail at 11:18 p.m. on Dec. 26. Sheriff’s Office personnel administered care until personnel with the Chesterfield County Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department arrived. Prince was transported to Chippenham Hospital where she was pronounced dead at 12:36 a.m. on Dec. 27. An autopsy is planned.