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Encouraging community involvement while working with local law enforcement that will educate, inform and help improve citizen’s quality of life.  For more information please contact any of the following:

Tammy Caldwell, CDPR email:

Nathan Delp, CPD, email:

Master Deputy Chris Lucas, MCSO email:

Investigator Ed Hertling, MCSO email:

Investigator Doug Adkins, MCSO email:

 Kemvia Adams-Bush, MCPR email:

P.A.S.S. Police Against Senior Scams

Additional Info:  The Montgomery County Sherriff’s Office is partnering with the Christiansburg Police Department along with the Christiansburg/Montgomery Triad S.A.L.T. (Seniors and Law Enforcement Working Together) to inform and educate area senior citizens of the current scams in and around the New River Valley that specifically target senior citizens through phone, internet, and the mail.  The goal of the program is to educate senior citizens on how to recognize when a scam is taking place and encourage them to notify local law enforcement when they get any communication or request they feel may be a scam.  If you would like to be added to the P.A.S.S. email list to receive updates on current scams, please contact Doug Adkins at Montgomery County Sheriffs Office. .

Christiansburg/Montgomery Triad S.A.L.T. Council

The Christiansburg/Montgomery Triad S.A.L.T. (Seniors and Law Enforcement Working Together) Council works on various projects to benefit senior citizens in the community.  The council meets every third Tuesday of the month at 1:30 p.m. at the Christiansburg Recreation Center; meetings are open to all senior citizens to attend. For additional information please contact Tammy Caldwell, Christiansburg Parks and Recreation, 540-382-2349, ext. 2003, Nathan Delp CPD Crime Prevention Specialist, 540-382-3131, Master Deputy Chris Lucas 540-382-6915 ext. 44415 or Kemvia Adams-Bush, Montgomery County Parks and Recreation, 382-6975

Senior Lock Box Program

Additional Information: The lockbox program provides emergency first responders a way to gain access into the homes of participating residents to expedite access during a medical or other emergency. This program is sponsored by Christiansburg/Montgomery Triad S.A.L.T Council and Christiansburg Police Department. For more information please contact Nathan Delp, Crime Prevention Specialist at 382-3131. 

Project Lifesaver

Additional Info: Project Lifesaver is designed as a rapid response search and rescue service, using state of the art technologies and strategies to prevent or reduce the potential of harm to individuals suffering from Alzheimer’s, Downs Syndrome, Autism, traumatic brain injuries, and mental dysfunctions. These individuals may tend to wander away from their homes and become confused or lost.   Individuals who join Project Lifesaver are equipped with a small-personalized radio transmitter that is worn on a wristband.  When a participant wanders away, the caregiver will contact our office and a trained team will respond to conduct a search with a device designed to receive the person’s transmitted signal.  The average rescue time is approximately 22 minutes once the team is on site. For more information on Project Lifesaver please contact: Nathan Delp CPD Crime Prevention Specialist, 540-382-3131, Master Deputy Chris Lucas 540-382-6915 ext. 44415.

VIN Etching

Co-Sponsored By:  Christiansburg Recreation Dept., Christiansburg Police Dept., Christiansburg Fire Dept. and Virginia State Police
Location:  Christiansburg Fire Dept.
Additional Information: All vehicles carry a federally-assigned number known as Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). Making sure those numbers are marked permanently on a vehicle’s windows steers thieves away. The windows of stolen VIN etched vehicles must be stripped and replaced before a thief can get rid of the car, a costly and time consuming process.  VIN etching is simple, fast, safe and won’t mar the look of the vehicle.  Numbers are etched into the glass with a chemical solution and those numbers will be there for good.




Monday, October  17

3 - 7 p.m.



Location: Christiansburg Recreation Center back parking lot
Additional Information: Help prevent identity theft and shred unwanted documents.  Protect your important information and clean out the clutter. For more information contact Tammy Caldwell, 540-382-2349 ext. 2003 or email: This will be a drive thru event, no walk-ups will be allowed.  Documents to be shredded will need to be in a box or plastic tote, limit 3 per car.  BAGGED ITEMS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.  BUSINESSES ARE NOT ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE, THIS INCLUDES HOME BASED BUSINESSES.  Please make sure you only have documents to be shredded.  Items that can’t be shredded include: Metal, including 3 ring binders, composition notebooks, hanging file folders, paint brushes, padlocks, hardback books, keys, eyeglasses, bungee cords, etc.




Tuesday, October 18

3 - 6 p.m.

Christiansburg Recreation Center Parking lot

Child Fingerprinting

Co-Sponsored By: Christiansburg Recreation Dept. and Christiansburg Police Dept.
Additional Information:  Come by the Recreation Department and have your child fingerprinted for your files in case of an emergency. 
Location: Christiansburg Recreation Center Lobby




Monday, November 21

9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.