community involvement


The Page County Sheriff's Office provides inmates within the community to assist:

  • Non-Profits

  • Towns

  • County Government

The following Agencies and Organizations that participate in this program are: 

  • Page County Landfill

  • Page County Animal Shelter

  • Town of Luray

  • Town of Stanley

  • Town of Shenandoah

  • Page One

  • Habitat for Humanity

  • Page County Fair Association

  • Center for Performing Arts of Luray

  • American Legion

  • United Way

  • Other Non-Profit As Requested

work detail


Sheriff Cubbage is a firm believer that persons placed in a jail or penitentiary can serve constructive purposes that benefit society while carrying out their sentence. For that reason, he has increased the level of community work performed through this program. Only inmates who have non-violent convictions, and are not considered to be a threat to the community, are allowed to participate in this program. Under close supervision, they can provide a benefit to the community while paying their debt to society. He also feels this program serves as a deterrent for our young people. Allowing inmates to perform various manual tasks in the community provides a powerful message to others about what happens when crimes are committed. Inmates that have participated in the Work Force Program during FY12/13 have performed 27,684 hours of free service to our county, community, and non-profit organizations. This has resulted in a savings of $221,472 for county residents and has allowed for the hiring of local residents to perform tasks outside of the work done by the inmate labor force.

work release


Sheriff Cubbage is a firm believer that inmates should have an opportunity to help off-set the cost of their incarceration. For that reason, he has implemented a Work Release Program. 

Non-violent inmates that are not considered to be a threat to the community are allowed to participate in this program. Inmates that have been sentenced to not more than two years or, have less than two years left to serve, and have no outstanding charges pending in any court in any jurisdiction may petition for work release. 

An inmate must complete a work release application which will be approved or rejected by the jail administrator. Even if approved for work release by the jail an inmate can be denied by the sentencing court or the Department of Corrections. Work release applicants that have been convicted of certain crimes are not be eligible for work release. Each application is reviewed on a case by case basis. 

Monies are deducted from the inmates paychecks to pay the: 


  • Weekly $125.00 fee

  • Child support obligations

  • Court fees

  • Restitution

  • Work release inmates are required to pay for 100% of their medical bills


Employers may contact the Jail Administrator for additional information regarding this program.

Contact Information

Captain Randall Williams

Lieutenant Dominika Seal

(540)743-1096 (fax)


108 South Court Street

Luray, VA 22835


Tel: 540-743-6571

Fax: 540-743-1252


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