All job postings that closed on March 21, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.. are in the review process. Applicants moving to the next phase will be contacted to schedule an interview. There is no need to contact RSW to check on the status of your application.
The primary mission of the RSW Regional Jail is to provide protection for the people of the Commonwealth of Virginia from those who have been remanded into custody. As the conditions of confinement are important to an effective jail system, we make a commitment to provide a humane environment for those confined. The RSW Regional Jail is operated by properly trained personnel. Our staff uses the principles of direct supervision to provide a secure, safe, efficient, progressive, and humane facility for both staff and inmates. RSW Regional Jail will provide inmates an opportunity for personal growth through the implementation of academic and life skills programs and substance abuse counseling and education.
RSW Regional Jail is a public service organization that has an integral place in the public safety community and is therefore obligated to keep the public informed of its costs and the effect of policies and legislation governing and impacting the operation of this facility.
RSW Regional Jail will uphold the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Virginia and will comply with the Jail Standards of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
The new RSW Regional Jail will be located on Winchester Road, Route 340/522 approximately 3 miles north of Interstate 66 in Warren County, Virginia. The jail, scheduled to be opened in July 2014, will serve the counties of Warren, Rappahannock, and Shenandoah, and will initially have capacity for 375 inmates.