Katrina Hancock is our Victim/Witness Coordinator. Contact Katrina 540-483-3000 Ext. 2407.
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Franklin County Building Inspector’s Office issues permits. Franklin County Building Inspection Office Website
These permits are applied for through Franklin County Public Safety, Fire Marshal’s Office. Franklin County Public Safety Website
Franklin County Commissioner of Revenue issue licenses. Commissioner of Revenue Website
A person, 21 years of age or older may apply at the Franklin County Clerk of Circuit Court Office. Virginia does require training and proof of competency. Fee is $50 (as of 2020). Once application is made, the clerk will forward application to the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office for a complete background check. It is then returned to the clerk’s office for completion. Call 540-483-3065
This website shows current Franklin County Government jobs available and a tab on the right to Apply Online. Franklin County, VA Website
This is handled through the Franklin County Jail. Due to staffing, fingerprinting is only done on certain days. Contact 540-483-3020 for details.
Franklin County Clerk of Circuit Court issues marriage licenses. Clerk of Court Information (web page)
Call County of Franklin, 540-483-3030 for more information about these type permits. Note: Fireworks Applications are handled through Franklin County Public Safety, contact them 540-483-3091.
Fill out application and return to Franklin County Clerk of Circuit Court. Passport Application and Description of Necessary Documentation
Police Reports normally fall under two categories: Victim or Accident
VICTIM: If your are the victim of an incident (non-traffic related), contact our Records Clerk at 540-483-3009. You would need to give your name and the date of the offence. You do have the right to ask your insurance carrier to contact us, also.
ACCIDENT: You need to know who investigated the accident. Depending on where, it could have been handled by one of several law enforcement agencies. If it was Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, try crashdoc.org first to see if you can access the report from that site. You may call our Records Clerk at 540-483-3009.
*NOTE* Fees apply based on certain requests
The Virginia Victims Fund (VVF) is a state program created to help victims of violent crime with out of pocket expenses. Virginia Victims Fund Website