Part of the Community
The members of the Chesterfield County Police Department are committed to serving the people of Chesterfield County with integrity and professionalism. We are a part of our community, and we deeply value our relationship with the community we serve. Our more than 500 sworn officers, more than 100 civilian employees and more than 200 volunteers work to make Chesterfield County safe and secure.
CCPD Detective Named VA Homicide Detective of the Year
We are proud to announce that Det. Alex Warejko was selected as the 2023 Homicide Detective of the Year by the Virginia Homicide Investigators Association. Congratulations, Det. Warejko!
People Over Process - Join Chesterfield County Police
Visit the Police Recruitment page to learn more about how to become a Chesterfield County Police officer and how to chat with a recruiter prior to formally applying.
Community Connect Program
Chesterfield's new Community Connect Program is a public safety program enabling Chesterfield County residents and business owners to help keep their community safe. Participation in this voluntary program allows the police department to respond to incidents at your location faster and gives officers advance knowledge of the incident. Learn more about our Community Connect Program.
Provide Emergency Contact Information
Chesterfield maintains emergency contact information to assist during emergency responses. Owners and managers of locations such as apartment communities, businesses and places of worship in Chesterfield County are encouraged to provide location information, authorized emergency contacts, owner/management company information and emergency equipment (AEDs, alarm/gate codes, knox boxes, fire systems, security systems, etc.). Provide your emergency contact information or learn more regarding alarm systems permits and false alarms.
- Will the police department check on my home while I’m away?
Yes. To request a check of your residence while you are away, call 804-748-1269 or 804-748-1258.
- Do you have a ride-along program?
Yes, the Police department offers a ride-along program for county residents. Residents who would like to participate in a ride along must be 18 years of age, submit a written application and agree to submit to a criminal history check. Applications are available at headquarters and every district station. For more information, email our off-duty employment coordinator or call them at 804-717-6162.
- Do you have a neighborhood watch program?
Yes, the police department's Neighborhood Watch program was established in 1976. For more information on our Neighborhood Watch program, visit our Neighborhood Watch page.
- I believe I might be a victim of domestic violence. What do I do?
If you are in danger or need immediate assistance, call 911. For non-emergencies, call the police at 804-748-1251. You can also call the Virginia Family Violence and Sexual Assault 24-hour Hotline at 1-800-838-8238. Visit the Domestic and Sexual Violence Resource Center website or contact the police department’s domestic violence coordinator Tana Mooney by emailing her or by calling 804-318-8110 for more information.
- How do I invite a representative of the police department to attend or speak at our community meeting?
Members of the police department are available to speak to community groups on a variety of topics. To invite a representative of the police department to attend or speak at your meeting, contact the Community Services Division by calling 804-318-8699 at least 30 days before your event.