RSW Regional Jail staff recently attended the Community Safety and Wellness Day, hosted by the Woodstock Police Department. This event allows the public to meet with their local public safety members and get to know about their jobs. The highlight of the day is always the team firetruck pull, which RSW placed second in this year. Entrance fees to the firetruck pull benefit the Special Olympics and we were honored to be involved in such a worthy cause. We would like to thank the Woodstock Police Department for hosting such a wonderful community event and we look forward to taking part again next year!
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.
Visitation schedule is based on the inmate’s last name.
Visitors must show up and check in 30 minutes prior to the start of the visitation time.