Captain Cindy Caldwell began her law enforcement career with the Henry County Sheriff’s Office in 1979. After leaving there she worked five years with the VA Department of Corrections and then was hired by the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office as a deputy in 1986.
Cindy has worked her way through the ranks of the Sheriff’s Office and is the first female Captain in the history of the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office.
Captain Caldwell is the Commander of the Administrative Services Division and as such has the following responsibilities under her command: courtroom/courthouse security, civil process, crime prevention, school resource officer program, DARE program, fleet management, training officer, property and evidence control, concealed weapon permits, grants, and state accreditation.
Cindy is the lead Negotiator for the Sheriff’s Office. She is a certified law enforcement instructor through the Department of Criminal Justice Services and instructs at the local law enforcement academy.
Captain Caldwell received her Associate’s Degree in Police Science from Danville Community College and her Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology/Criminal Justice from Averett College.
Cindy is a member of Bethany United Methodist Church where she teaches the adult Sunday school class and serves as the Chair of the Administrative Council. She is Past Chair of the VA Law Enforcement Accreditation Coalition (VALEAC), a member of the VASAP Board of Directors, Order of the Eastern Star, and Rustburg Garden Club.
Captain Caldwell is married and resides in Rustburg with her husband Tony. She has one son, Chris, one step-son, one granddaughter (Destiney Caldwell), and three grandsons (Hunter Brown, Taylor Caldwell, and Hayden Brown).