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Neighborhood Watch Reports
Calls for Service
This neighborhood watch - police calls for service information public access page allows county residents and the public to view calls for service data pertaining to police responses within a county neighborhood having an active neighborhood watch program. A call for service is a call from the public requesting police, fire, or rescue emergency or non-emergency response. Please note these pages only depict calls for service assigned to police units. Not all calls for services are displayed on this report as certain types of calls are excluded from public disclosure.
Privacy & Data
To address issues of privacy, no name information is displayed. Similarly, each individual listing displays the call address only to the nearest hundred block. For example, if a call for service originated at 10031 Iron Bridge Road this report would display the location as 10000 Iron Bridge Road.
Because this data is preliminary and may change upon investigation, the Chesterfield County Police Department gives no guarantee as to the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, or correct sequencing of the information. Additionally, since the information is evolving, it cannot be used for comparisons over time. The Chesterfield County Police Department is not responsible for any error or omission, or for the use of, or the results obtained from the use of this information.
Please realize that the existence of a record of a call for service to any address may not necessarily be indicative of any violation of law. Often times police are dispatched to an address for reasons unrelated to unlawful conduct. Additionally, you should not draw a negative inference simply because a disposition may be listed as "offense report" or "arrest made." It is possible that these dispositions were unrelated to the initial call and may have resulted from completely independent circumstances not involving the situation. We caution you to keep this in mind when considering the attached information.
Starting a Neighborhood Watch Program
If your neighborhood does not have an active Neighborhood Watch program and you would like to discuss starting such a program, or if streets appear that should not be a part of the Neighborhood, please call our Neighborhood Watch Coordinator with the Community Services Division at 804-318-8699.
View calls for service within neighborhoods having a neighborhood watch program (PDF). Specific calls excluded from public viewing include:
- Mental Subject
- Search Warrant
- Sex Offense
- Terrorist Incident
- Vehicle Repossession