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.

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1. How do I file a police report?
2. How do I make a speeding/traffic safety complaint?
3. Will the police department check on my home while I’m away?
4. How do I get a background check?
5. I need to get fingerprinted. What do I do?
6. What other records can I obtain from police?
7. How do I hire an off-duty officer?
8. Do you have a ride-along program?
9. Do you have a neighborhood watch program?
10. How do I get a job with the department?
11. How do I obtain a criminal warrant for someone?
12. I believe I might be a victim of domestic violence. What do I do?
13. I think I’m a victim of an internet fraud or fraud by telephone. What do I do?
14. How do I get or renew a concealed handgun permit?
15. How do I invite a representative of the police department to attend or speak at our community meeting?