The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office Adult Detention Center received 100 percent compliance rating after an audit of the Virginia Board of Corrections’ Compliance standards for Jails and Lock-ups.
The facility and its employees achieved 100 percent compliance in July 2017 at the completion of this intensive audit. The audit reviewed documentation from the last three years of operation and ensured compliance with 128 strict compliance standards necessary for certification, according to LCSO officials.
“Our staff at the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center continue to achieve the highest standards and should be commended for their efforts and for receiving 100% compliance,” Loudoun County Sheriff Mike Chapman said in a release.
The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office opened the state-of-the-art ADC in 2007 with the phase II expansion opening in 2012. The ADC includes administrative offices and the Loudoun County Magistrate’s Office within the same compound.
The ADC houses maximum, medium, and minimum security level inmates. Some inmates may find themselves housed at the facility for up to three years before being delivered to the State Department of Corrections.The ADC uses both the direct supervision and the popular remote methods of inmate supervision.