Police - Commendations or Concerns
Commendations - Identifying and recognizing outstanding individual and team performance is encouraged. Chesterfield County Police Department employees are eligible to receive letters of recognition, department citations and community sponsored awards. All calls and letters received will be brought to the attention of the department member as well as his or her supervisors.
Concerns - The men and women of the Chesterfield County Police Department make every effort to act legally and properly and to treat all persons fairly and with respect. Citizen input is very important to our ongoing evaluation process and allows us to ensure our services are meeting all of the needs of area residents. To ensure the reliability and integrity of the Chesterfield County Police Department, we provide an open and receptive system that encourages citizens to report sincere complaints of misconduct. All inquiries of employee misconduct or concern will be received, thoroughly documented and confidentially investigated. Anonymous complaints will also be accepted.
Commendations and Concerns Procedures
Please select one of the following methods to commend or voice a concern about an employee or employees:
- Complete and submit the on-line commendation and concern form.
- Call (804) 748-1207, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. After hours, weekends and holidays, you may call (804) 748-1251 and ask for an on-duty supervisor to contact you.
- Write a letter to the Office of the Chief of Police:
Col. Thierry G. Dupuis
Chesterfield County Police Department
Post Office Box 148
Chesterfield, Virginia 23832
- Submit an e-mail to: PD_OPSConfidential@chesterfield.gov
We recognize the need to file legitimate complaints or concerns about police officers or members of the department, however citizens who knowingly file false allegations against police personnel can be held criminally or civilly liable.