Woodstock Sheriff

Find Woodstock Vermont sheriff's office, department, headquarters, jail and detention center. Sheriffs provide information on records, arrests, inmates, warrants, and mugshots.


Windsor County Sheriff's Office 62 Pleasant Street Woodstock VT 05091 802-457-5211


Rutland County Sheriff's Office 88 Grove Street Rutland VT 05701 23.4 miles from Woodstock 802-775-8002

Sullivan County Sheriff's Office 14 Main Street Newport NH 03773 24.7 miles from Woodstock 603-863-4200

Orange County Sheriff's Office 11 Jail House Road Washington VT 05675 30.0 miles from Woodstock 802-685-4875

Grafton County Sheriff's Office 3785 Dartmouth College Highway Haverhill NH 03774 41.4 miles from Woodstock 603-787-2111

Addison County Sheriff's Office 35 Court Street Middlebury VT 05753 42.1 miles from Woodstock 802-388-2981

Washington County Sheriff's Office 10 Elm Street Montpelier VT 05602 44.2 miles from Woodstock 802-223-3001

Windham County Sheriff's Office 11 Jail Street Newfane VT 05345 44.6 miles from Woodstock 802-365-4941

Merrimack County Sheriff's Office 333 Daniel Webster Highway Boscawen NH 03303 47.0 miles from Woodstock 603-796-6600

Cheshire County Sheriff's Office 12 Court Street Keene NH 03431 49.0 miles from Woodstock 603-352-4238

Belknap County Sheriff's Office 42 County Drive Laconia NH 03246 51.8 miles from Woodstock 603-527-5454

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What is a Sheriff?

A sheriff is a law enforcement officer who is responsible for maintaining public security, usually in a county. This office also operates and manages the local jail or detention center, which houses individuals arrested for crimes. County jails typically contain people awaiting trial or other legal proceedings, or who have been convicted and sentenced to relatively short sentences.

The sheriff and his/her deputies are also responsible for courtroom security, and for serving criminal warrants and civil summonses, including eviction notices and restraining orders. This office may also be responsible for managing the sale of foreclosed real estate and seized or abandoned property, including vehicles. Depending on the jurisdiction, a sheriff may also be responsible for providing security at public events such as concerts and sporting events.