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Posted on: January 18, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Sheriff's Office Releases Statement Regarding Sheriff Hutcherson's Upcoming Retirement


In a personal statement released by the Campbell County Sheriff's Office, Sheriff Steve A. Hutcherson announced his plans to retire and not seek re-election at the end of his current term (December 31, 2019).

I am announcing that I am retiring and will not be seeking another term as Sheriff of Campbell County.

I would like to thank the citizens of Campbell County that I have served over the past 8 years. The men and women that I work with at the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office are a dedicated group of professionals. I appreciate the work that they do each and every day. I feel truly blessed for the 36 year career that I have had between the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office and the Altavista Police Department. I look forward to spending more time with my family and having time for hobbies that I enjoy.

My last day as Sheriff will be at the end of my term on December 31, 2019.

Thank you for the opportunity to serve as your Sheriff for the past 8 years. I appreciate all of the support and friendship I have received during my career.


Sheriff Steve A. Hutcherson

Sheriff Hutcherson has proudly served in Campbell County for over 36 years, and is approaching twenty years of esteemed service on the Campbell County Sheriff's Office staff. 

Campbell County would like to thank Sheriff Steve A. Hutcherson for his humble service, and thoughtful leadership during his lengthy career in our locality.

“It has been a pleasure and honor to work in partnership with Steve and I congratulate him on this well-deserved milestone," said Frank Rogers, Campbell County Administrator. "His outstanding leadership, integrity and commitment to protecting and serving our residents have made significant and lasting impacts on our locality. I commend him on his many years of distinguished service and on behalf of the Board of Supervisors and our County organization we extend our deepest thanks and best wishes.”

For further information, or media inquiries, please contact the Campbell County Sheriff's Office at (434) 332-9580, or

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