Do I need documents to show a Deputy that I'm an essential employee if I'm stopped?

No. Sheriff Tolson has been an advocate for weeks for people to stay home if possible during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The York County Sheriff’s Office will not have roadblocks, traffic checkpoints, or other mass enforcement measures.

However, deputies will respond to all calls of rule violations and handle each call with the discretion the law entails.

If pockets of the public flagrantly disregard the governor’s order, our deputies will take any and all appropriate action. 

If there has ever been a time for the public to heed "stay at home", it is now.  Please limit your travel.  Go out only when necessary. 

 



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1. What has changed in the "Home or Work" order?
2. What's OK via the Governor's executive order for no public gathering?
3. Can I go outside?
4. Can I go visit a family member?
5. Can I go to the grocery store?
6. Do I need documents to show a Deputy that I'm an essential employee if I'm stopped?
7. How will Deputies enforce the Governor's COVID-19 Executive Orders?
8. Where can I find a list of 'essential businesses'?
9. If I feel sick, what should I do when calling 9-1-1?
10. A neighbor is having a party at their house. Does that violate the Governor's Executive Order?
11. Can I take my boat on Lake Wylie or other water ways in York County?
12. Does going to church violate the Governor's executive order?
13. Is there a curfew in effect?
14. I heard a rumor about....?
15. Where can I get more information about COVID-19 cases in York County and South Carolina?
16. How can I speak to my family member currently in jail?
17. How can I get a scrap metal permit?
18. How can I pay a traffic citation online?
19. How can I get a copy of an incident report?
20. Can I go on or sign up for the Ride-a-Long program?
21. How do I register if I'm on the sex offender registry?
22. Can I get my fingerprints taken?