The Chesterfield County Police Department is organized into four bureaus and the Office of the Chief of Police.
Office of the Chief of Police
This office includes the Deputy Chief of Operations, Lt. Col. Dan Kelly; the Deputy Chief of Support, Lt. Col. Ben Mize; the Finance Unit; the Administrative Staff Officer; and the Office of Professional Standards. The Office of Professional Standards serves as the department's self-policing function; this function is frequently called "internal affairs" in other departments. The Office of Professional Standards also manages policy changes, maintains accreditation standards, conducts audits and facilitates annual department awards.
Uniform Operations Bureau
The Uniform Operations Bureau, commanded by Maj. Kevin Smith, is the department's largest bureau, comprising over 300 officers and supervisors. This bureau is responsible for the department's patrol operations, as well as the Community Policing Program, the Canine Section and the Traffic Section. Patrol operations are divided geographically into North and South divisions, and those divisions are further divided into zones and beats.
This bureau, commanded by Maj. Brian C. Smith, includes the Criminal Investigations and Special Investigations divisions. Detectives, forensic investigators and supervisors investigate a multitude of crimes against persons and their property, ranging from larceny to homicide.
Administrative Support Bureau
The Administrative Support Bureau, commanded by Maj. David A. Stone, manages both the Personnel and Training and Information Services divisions. Crime analysis, automation and police records are managed under this bureau.
Operational Support Bureau
This bureau, commanded by Maj. K.C. Carr, serves as a department-wide logistical support network and includes the Community Services and Management Services divisions. The Crime Prevention, School Safety, Animal Services and Property and Evidence units are part of this bureau, as is the Public Information and Crime Solvers section.