bedford's most wanted

Help the Bedford County Sheriff's Office find the 5 most wanted criminals!

Top 5 are featured every 2 weeks.

Find out which ones have been captured!

Tips can be submitted by calling 540‐586‐7827 or Central Virginia Crime Stoppers at 1-888-798-5900 or text CVCS 274637. Crime Stopper callers remain anonymous and could receive a reward up to $1,000.00

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The Bedford County Sheriff’s Office has newly upgraded the “Emergency Notification” system and can now accept cell phone numbers!

Secondhand Scrap Metal/Fixtures Permit Information

Need to get your Secondhand Scrap Metal/Fixtures Permit? Click here to get the application and instructions on what to bring to the Sheriff's Office to get your permit!

Sheriff Mike Brown’s Position on the 2nd Amendment

The Bedford County Sheriff’s Office has been getting a lot of requests on their stance on the Second Amendment. Here is the official 2nd Amendment information from the Sheriff Mike Brown, the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office and the National Sheriff’s Association.

Click here to read the official 2nd Amendment information from BCSO and NSA.

Update on the “Horse in Bedford County”

Bedford County Horse

Bedford County Sheriff’s Office Animal Control continues to monitor public concerns with a horse on Forest Road in Bedford County. The owner is complying with requirements from BCSO Animal Control as related to the Code of Virginia. The owner has also followed recommendations from a veterinarian specializing in equine care that is also familiar with the horse. There has been an extraordinary amount of calls expressing concerns about this horse based on a post on Facebook. We are fully aware of the public concerns and want to further emphasize the time the calls are taking communication officers away from the routine incoming administrative and emergency calls. Be assured every effort is being given to this complaint.