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City of Richmond Police Department
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Non-Emergency or to file a Police Report:
Phone: (804) 646-5147
Email: Police Media Relations
Phone: (804) 646-0607
200 West Grace Street
Richmond, VA 23220
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Please email or call (804) 646-6842
Community Care Unit
The Community Care Unit has several components which include Crime Prevention Education, Partnerships and Volunteerism.
The Community Care Unit includes crime prevention officers who develop and implement crime prevention programs that include Neighborhood Watch, Business Watch. The Crime prevention specialists also speak with community groups and businesses about crime prevention topics.
The Richmond Police Department also uses Themed Academies to provide crime prevention education and to raise awareness about various police programs.
The Unit uses Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED), site surveys to promote prevention and also uses creative methods such as mock scenarios tailored to the business and residential communities.
- Auto Theft Awareness
- Business Watch
- Computer and Internet Security
- Crimes Against Business
- Domestic Violence Help
- Fraud and Scams
- Homicide Support Group
- Identity Theft
- National Night Out
- Neighborhood Watch
- Parents' Guide to Drugs
- Senior Assistance
- Virginia Rules Camp
- Youth Safety
As a strong proponent of Community Policing, the Richmond Police Department recognizes that the success of crime prevention within our community depends on the strength of our partnerships with citizens, community-based organizations and other governmental agencies. That is why we are committed to developing new relationships and maintaining our current ones. Some of the ways we demonstrate our Community Policing philosophy is through the following partnerships:
- Themed Academies
- Citizens Academy Application
- The Faith Leader Partnership
- Young Adult Police Commissioners
- TRIAD – Senior Citizen’s Program
- Hispanic Liaison