Chris Giles for Sheriff
‘Servant of the People’
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“Chris Giles knows the responsibilities of the Sheriff’s Office and will continue the legacy we have worked hard to build for the citizens of King George County.”
- Steve Dempsey
King George County
“As former Sheriff of King George County I had the opportunity to work alongside Chris Giles. He has always been truthful, honest and a man of Integrity and has a knowledge of all areas of responsibility in the Sheriff’s Office. He knows how to serve and protect and will work hard for the citizens of King George County.”
- C.W. "Moose" Dobson
King George County
It has been my honor to serve the community of King George County
My career with the King George Sheriff's office has evolved through the promotional process, starting in the patrol division as a Deputy Sheriff and now serving as Chief Deputy, second in command to the Sheriff.
My law enforcement career started as a Military Police Officer in the United States Marine Corps for eight years and after an Honorable discharge, I worked as the Town Sergeant in Bowling Green, Virginia.
It is now my desire to serve the citizens of King George County as your Sheriff and continue to keep King George County a safe place to live, work, and raise a family.
It has been my honor to serve the citizens of King George County for the past 25 years as a Deputy Sheriff under the watchful eyes of Sheriff “Moose” Dobson and Sheriff Steve Dempsey.
I appreciate your support in the upcoming election and look forward to serving you as your Sheriff.
Your Humble Servant,
Out and About
It was great talking with so many of you at the Farmer’s Markets. I’m so grateful to those of you that took signs and magnets!
What an honor to know this young man chose to show his support on his Derby car! Thank you so much for your support—I love it!
A huge THANK YOU to those that have allowed me to post campaign signs. I truly appreciate your support!
What a blast and an honor to play against the King George Special Olympic Basketball Team today- better known as, Team Warriors! Happy to play a pick up game with these players any day! 🏀
What an impressive bunch of performers! I truly enjoyed the Night of The Arts production of “Camp Kindness” by the Sealston Elementary Drama Club! Thank you to all the Teachers and Administrators that go the extra mile for the kids. 👍🏻
Another photo from Jermon Bushrod’s Visualize and Rize Camp. Jermon and the many players and Coaches that participate provide lessons in football skills but more importantly, provide lessons and guidance about life that may stay with these campers long after their football careers are over. Thank you for continuing to give back, Jermon! We appreciate you!
Had good engagement at the King George County Candidates’ Forum. Thank you to everyone who attended and to the sponsors - King George Branch NAACP and the King George Chamber of Commerce.
Hanging with two trail volunteers at the county employees run/walk on the Dahlgren Railroad Heritage Trail. Justyn Cox (Friends of Caledon) and Dave Jones (Friends of the DHRT).
Thoroughly enjoy this part of the job! National and International Law Enforcement gather for an FBI hosted two week class to learn Hostage Negotiation. I have been engaging in role play at the end of this two week class for the last ten years to help the students put their knowledge to the test.
A sincere THANK YOU for taking campaign signs, bumper stickers, and spreading the word. I appreciate you all!
Thank you to Ms. Richie for inviting me to spread mulch with the students at King George Elementary.
Had a great time working with some great students to spread mulch this afternoon at King George Elementary!
Had a great exchange with the King George Professional Firefighters and Paramedics IAFF Local 4438 in August! Love the interaction and interest! Thank you for the invitation.
LETTER: Giles would make a great KG County sheriff
credit: Free-Lance Star, Sept 25, 2019
Chris Giles would make a great KG County sheriff
The residents of King George County are lucky to have a candidate like Chief Deputy Chris Giles running for sheriff this November. Throughout his 26-year career with the Sheriff’s Office, he has demonstrated his desire to reduce conflict.
He had the foresight to understand that the King George Sheriff’s Office and the community needed a professional crisis negotiation team. This life-saving entity provides responding officers and the citizens of King George with a non-lethal means to end conflict without bloodshed or unnecessary clashing. This is accomplished by using the ability to communicate with citizens and fellow officers, something all leaders should strive for.
Deputy Chief Giles understood the need to ensure that this team was integrated with not only local police departments, but it has assisted the FBI on numerous occasions. He has shared his real-life expertise and has continued to learn from federal agents and international and domestic police officers by attending and graduating from the FBI’s National Academy.
It is one thing to establish a team, but it is another thing to provide professional direction, world-class exposure and continue to strive to make it one of the strongest crisis negotiating teams in the region. Without question, the residents of King George County are lucky to have a candidate like Chief Deputy Chris Giles running for sheriff this November.
- Vincent A. Dalfonzo