Part of the Community
The members of the Chesterfield County Police Department (CCPD) are committed to serving the people of Chesterfield County with integrity and professionalism. Our more than 500 sworn officers, more than 100 civilian employees and more than 200 volunteers are proud to work to make Chesterfield County safe and secure, and we deeply value our relationship with the community we serve.
Make a Difference with CCPD
We are hiring new and veteran officers who want to make a difference in a community that cares. Not sure if a career in law enforcement is for you, or not old enough yet? Check out our police service aide and internship programs. If you’re looking for a way to give back but not looking for a job, you can volunteer with us.
Report Crimes, Tips and Traffic Concerns
CCPD accepts online crime reports for a variety of offenses; you can also request police records. To report information about a crime anonymously, Crime Solvers, one of our community partners, accepts tips online and over the phone. You can also share traffic safety concerns.
Patrol Services and More
Our Patrol Services Bureau is the backbone of our agency and operations, and you can view our active calls and incidents section to see what our officers are responding to in real time. But did you know CCPD provides a host of other services? We handle alarm permits and an assortment of regulated permits, frequently host training for outside agencies, and Chesterfield County Animal Services promotes responsible pet ownership.
Engage with CCPD
Our Community Engagement Unit hosts our citizen police academies, which are a great way to learn more about your police department. The unit provides crime prevention education on a wide variety of topics, including personal and business safety. Members of this unit also coordinate community and partner programs such as neighborhood, business and worship watch programs and a program to support apartment community managers.
Community Connect Program
Chesterfield's new Community Connect Program is a public safety program enabling Chesterfield County residents and business owners to help keep their community safe. Participation in this voluntary program allows the police department to respond to incidents at your location faster and gives officers advance knowledge of the incident.
Emergencies Contact 911Phone: 911
Colonel Jeffrey S. KatzChief of Police
10001 Iron Bridge Road
Chesterfield, VA 23832
10001 Iron Bridge Road Chesterfield VA 23832
Chesterfield County Police Department
P.O. Box 148
Chesterfield, VA 23832
Phone 804-748-1251Fax 804-748-6265Emergency Phone 911
Police Reports or Immediate Requests for Response
Please be advised the email address is not monitored on a 24 hour, seven day basis and is intended for general questions only.
Police reports or requests for immediate police response must be made by phone by calling either 911 in the event of an emergency or 804-748-1251 for a non-emergency. We have an online crime report that can be filled out for non-emergency situations.