Voluntary Program to Assist During Calls for Service
The Chesterfield County Special Response Registry is a voluntary program designed to help first responders better serve community members with autism spectrum disorder, Alzheimer's disease, intellectual or developmental disabilities, or mental or physical impairments who may need specific care during a call for service, emergency, or crisis.
Registration must be updated annually to remain active. The information provided will be retained by the Chesterfield County Emergency Communications Center and remain accessible to first responders in the event of an emergency.
If you or someone in your household could benefit from use of this registry, please consider signing up.
Contact Lieutenant Jason Stocks, Chesterfield County Police Department, Community Services Division, at 804-706-2855 for additional information or further questions.
Complete the Special Response Registry Form
The Special Response Registry ensures that Chesterfield Public Safety has the most up-to-date information regarding our community members who have specific needs in emergency situations. The information provided below will help emergency responders during calls for service throughout the community. By completing this form, you are acknowledging that information provided will be entered and retained in the 911 system.