Chief’s Executive Staff

Police_Hunter_Clarence-smAssistant Chief of Police
Lt. Colonel Clarence T. Hunter, Jr.

Field Operations

Assistant Chief Clarence T. Hunter, Jr. holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Leadership from Mountain State University.  He joined the Henrico County Police Division in July 1996 as a police officer.  During his tenure, he has served in Criminal Investigations, Organized Crime, and SWAT. He also served as Commanding Officer for Patrol Operations, South Station and Personnel and Training.

In addition to being a graduate of the Administrative Officers Management Program at North Carolina State University, Assistant Chief Hunter is a graduate of the Police Executive Leadership School at the University of Richmond and the Senior Management Institute for Police, sponsored by the Police Executive Research Forum, in Boston, Massachusetts.  He has received a Wilmer J. Hedrick Award, Richard G. Engels Award, Silver Star Award, two Meritorious Unit Awards, and a Certificate of Appreciation.

Prior to becoming a member of the Police Division, Assistant Chief Hunter served for six years as a police officer with the City of Richmond Police Department.  He also served in the United States Army, 82nd Airborne Division, and the Virginia Army National Guard, retiring at the rank of Master Sergeant.  He is currently a member of New Highland Baptist Church in Mechanicsville, Virginia.

 

Police_Mueller_Carl_smAssistant Chief of Police
Lt. Colonel Carl A. Mueller

Support Operations

Assistant Chief Carl A. Mueller holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Management and Leadership from Bluefield College. He joined the Henrico County Police Division in March 1988 as a Communication Officer.  In May 1990, he graduated from the 17th Basic Police Academy as a Police Officer.  During his tenure, he has served in the Patrol Bureau, Community Policing, and Criminal Investigations.  He also served as Commanding Officer for Communications, Personnel and Training, and Homeland Security.

In addition to being a graduate of the 46th Administrative Officers Management Program at North Carolina State University,  Assistant Chief  Mueller is a graduate of the Police Executive Leadership School at the University of Richmond and the Senior Management Institute for Police, sponsored by the Police Executive Research Forum, in Boston, Massachusetts.  He has received a Lifesaving Award and two Meritorious Awards.

 

Police_Leary_Albert_T_III-smDeputy Chief of Police
Major Albert T. Leary, III

Support Services Bureau

Deputy Chief Albert T. Leary, III is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Administration of Justice and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History. He attended Mountain State University where he earned a Master’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, History and Education Leadership. He joined the Henrico County Police Division in 1974 as a police officer. During his tenure, he has served in Patrol Operations, Support Operations, to include Personnel and Training, and Criminal Investigations.

Upon graduating from the 22nd Session of the Professional Executive Leadership School at the University of Richmond, Deputy Chief Leary was presented the Graduate Leadership Award. He is also a graduate of the Eighth Session of the Administrative Officers Management Program at North Carolina State University, where he served as class president. In addition, he has attended and completed the Senior Management Institute for Police, sponsored by the Police Executive Leadership Forum, in Boston, Massachusetts.

Deputy Chief Leary has been instrumental in a number of Police Division initiatives, to include the Senior Citizen Contact Program, the Police Opportunities Program, the Assist Division Members through Interview Training Program, and the Police Reading and Education Program.

 

Police_MacRae_Peter_T_smDeputy Chief of Police
Major Peter T. MacRae

Administrative Services Bureau

Deputy Chief Peter T. MacRae holds a Bachelor’s degree in Police Science from York College of Pennsylvania, and a Master of Public Administration degree from Virginia Commonwealth University. He joined the Henrico County Police Division on September 4, 1985, as a Police Officer. During his tenure he has served in Patrol Operations, Research and Development, Personnel and Training, Accreditation, Professional Standards, Community Services, Administrative Services, and Communications.
Deputy Chief MacRae is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, the Police Executive Research Forum Senior Management Institute for Police, the Virginia Police Chiefs Foundation Professional Executive Leadership School, and the FBI LEEDA Executive Leadership Institute. In addition, he has completed Level V of the Henrico County Leadership Development Program.

 

Police_Palkovics_Michael_E_smDeputy Chief of Police
Major Michael E. Palkovics

Investigative Bureau

Deputy Chief Michael E. Palkovics holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Old Dominion University. He joined the Henrico County Police Division on June 2, 1993, as a Police Officer. During his tenure he has served in the Patrol Bureau, Community Policing, School Services, Training, Professional Standards, and Criminal Investigations.
Deputy Chief Palkovics is a graduate of the 59th Administrative Offices Management Program from North Carolina State, the Senior Management Institute for Police from Boston University, FBI LEEDA Trilogy, has completed Virginia LEEDS, and achieved Level V of the Henrico County Leadership Development Program. He is a General Instructor, serves on the TEMPO Workgroup, and is a member of the Board of Directors for the Wyndham Foundation. He has received a Leslie T. Sheppard Award, Community Policing Award, Lifesaving Award, and two Meritorious Unit Awards.

 

Police_Scott_Albert_smDeputy Chief of Police
Major Albert J. Scott, III

Patrol Bureau

Deputy Chief Albert J. Scott, III holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Economics from Old Dominion University and a Post-Baccalaureate Graduate Certificate in Public Safety from Virginia Commonwealth University. He joined the Henrico County Police Division on October 9, 1991, as a Police Officer. During his tenure he has served in the Patrol Bureau, Personnel and Training, and as the Commanding Officer for Communications, Patrol, Bureau both West and Central Stations, Criminal Investigations, and Professional Standards.
Deputy Chief Scott is a graduate of the 250th Session of the FBI National Academy, a graduate of the Police Executive Leadership School from the University of Richmond and the Senior Management Institute for Police, sponsored by the Police Executive Research Forum in Boston, Massachusetts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact Us

Police

7721 E. Parham Rd.
Henrico, VA 23228

Phone
(804) 501-5000
(804) 501-4800

police@henrico.us

Mailing Address
P. O. Box 90775
Henrico, VA 23273-0775

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