Drug Court:

The Hopewell, Prince George, and Surry Drug Court is an alternative to incarceration for selected non-violent felons with substance abuse problems. Drug Court is an intensive probation and therapeutic program supervised by the Drug Court Team.  The Drug Court Team includes the Commonwealth's Attorney's Office, a defense attorney, a Circuit Court Judge, counselors and staff from Riverside Criminal Justice Agency and District 19.
 
The mission of the Hopewell, Prince George, Surry Drug Court is to hold offenders accountable for their actions while allowing them the opportunity to gain the tools they need to break the cycle of substance abuse and become productive members of society.

Litter Reduction Program:

The Litter Reduction Program (LRP) began in 2019 as a jail diversion program for low-level offenders.  This program allows offenders to perform community service in Prince George County with the goal being to positively affect the community the offender harmed with his or her criminal behavior.  The Commonwealth's Attorney's Office works in conjunction with Riverside Criminal Justice Agency and the Prince George Sheriff's Office to supervise and administer the Program.   When you see orange trash bags on the roadside, that is the work of the persons in the Litter Reduction Program.
LRP statistics: 
February 2021--340 bags of trash collected
January 2021--260 bags of trash collected
June 8, 2020 through December 23, 2020--1,379 bags of trash collected
Victim/Witness Assistance Program:
The Commonwealth's Attorney's Office sponsors the Victim/Witness Assistance Program, which is also overseen by County Administration and is funded through a combination of local funds and grant funds.  For more information, please follow this link to the Vicitim/Witness Assistance Program.  The Program can also be reached at (804) 733-2753.
Community Outreach:

We participate in events and programs such as Community Day, Back to School Night, Prince George Police Department Citizen's Academy, Prince George County Citizen's Academy, and Prince George High School Model Judiciary Program.  Our staff regularly teaches new recruits for Crater Criminal Justice Academy and we conduct legal update training for the Prince George Police Department, Prince George Sheriff's Office, and Crater Criminal Justice Academy.

Members of the Commonwealth's Attorney's Office are available to make appearances and presentations to civic and community groups. 

If your group or organization wants to schedule a presentation or appearance by a member of the Prince George Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office, please contact the office at (804) 733-2790.