The following programs have become a core component of Sheriff Lippa's administration:
- Project Lifesaver - a program to assist in locating those with mental disabilities having a tendancy to wander. This program was obtained without the use of any tax dollars
- Child I.D. Program utilizing LiveScan - an inkless, computerized child ID fingerprinting system
- Check Mate Program - This innovative program is designed for those that live alone. After an application process, the Sheriff's Office will call the resident daily to check on their welfare. If phone contact cannot be made, a deputy will come by to check on the resident.
- Child Safety Seat Inspections and Installation Assistance - Select deputies have been trained to assist you in proper use and installation of child safety seats. Federal surveys have shown that a majority of child seats are improperly used. Parents and caregivers are urged to verify that their child safety seats are properly installed and correctly used. Certified deputies will be available to inspect and verify - free of charge - your child seat installation.
- Citizens Police Academy - Now in its third year, the goal of the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office Citizen’s Police Academy is to provide a better understanding between you, the citizen, and your Sheriff’s Office through education and exposure to the functions of the agency. Students are not trained to be police officers. Rather, they are informed and trained about each aspect of law enforcement.
- Public Speaking program - Deputies are available to speak about such things as crime prevention, neighborhood watch and personal safety.
- Ride Along Program - Your chance to ride along with a Deputy and get a behind the scenes look at law enforcement.
- TRIAD - is one of the fastest-growing crime prevention partnerships in the country. It is a cooperative effort of law enforcement agencies (police/fire/sheriffs), senior citizens, and senior organizations, focused on reducing crimes against our most vulnerable citizens: our seniors. In 1988, the American Association of Retired Persons, the International Association of Chiefs of Police, and the National Sheriff’s Association realized that the baby boomers would soon be retiring and would be in need of protection from con artists and other criminals who would seek to separate them from their hard-earned savings. These three groups formed the first TRIAD in St. Martin Parish, Louisiana, bringing together seniors and law enforcement in a cooperative effort to fight crime. The TRIAD concept has since spread to 47 states, Canada, and England – and it arrived in Virginia in 1995.
- Vacation Checks - When notified of your vacation or closing dates and your address, we'll stop by on a random basis to check the welfare of your home or business.