The Bedford County Commonwealth Attorney is a constitutional officer who serves to prosecute felony crimes in Bedford. The state of Virginia requires every county and every city be served by a commonwealth's attorney.
Randy Krantz has served as Bedford's County Commonwealth's Attorney since 1995 and is the highest law enforcement official in Bedford as he supervises a staff which includes a chief deputy commonwealth's attorney, deputy commonwealth's attorneys and assistant commonwealth's attorneys.
Unlike the County Attorney, whose role is usually limited by individual state constitutions to non-felony infractions or misdemeanor cases. The Commonwealth Attorney is dedicated to prosecuting felony crimes throughout the town of Bedford and Bedford County.
The Commonwealth's Attorney is the highest law enforcement official in Bedford; the Commonwealth Attorney supervises a staff which includes a chief deputy commonwealth's attorney, deputy commonwealth's attorneys and assistant commonwealth's attorneys.Read More>>
Bedford County Administration
The Bedford County Administration Building is located at 122 East Main Street, in Bedford Virginia. The Building houses a number of Bedford County Departments including Economic Development, Commissioner of the Revenue, Information Technology, the Treasurer, Permits, Building Inspections, Planning & Zoning Read More>>