Pay your bill for a false alarm fee or reinstate emergency response to your security alarm at your business or residence.
Henrico County's Alarm Ordinance requires registration of security alarm systems for businesses and residences.
Henrico Police provides support to business owners through Community Officers, programs, and resources.
By appointment only, learn from the experts about correct child safety seat installation and more.
Have you ever wondered what it's like to be the person behind the badge? Enroll in one of our Citizens Police Academies to find out!
Learn more about Henrico's Community Policing and who your community officer is.
You may request an officer or crime prevention specialist to speak at or attend your next meeting or event. We offer a variety of topics and programs to choose from.
View this Community Resource Guide to find out how you can help resolve quality of life issues that affect you, your family, and your neighborhood.
File a complaint against the Police Division, police officer(s), or civilian employee(s).
Submit a compliment to the Police Division about its officer(s), employee(s) and/or its operation.
Learn how the Division applies CPTED principles to new and existing development in Henrico County to increase safety and help prevent crime.
Crisis Intervention Team is a community partnership bringing together first responders and area stakeholders for the common goals of safety, understanding, and caring for the needs of the mentally ill and their families.
Learn about Henrico County's non-emergency and emergency (911) communications center and the Communications Officer profession.
The Faith Community Coalition is a crime prevention program designed for those mainly in the administrative level in Henrico's faith community, but all are welcome.
Get fingerprinted for employment or any other need dictated by law except for Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) purposes.
Donate a new stuffed animal to support this program.
The Police Division invites all multi-family housing community managers and owners to join HPAC.
Support, join, or volunteer for this program that serves Henrico County youths in grades K-12.
Submit a request to hire an off-duty officer for your event, program, religious facility, business, traffic direction, etc.
You may request a free Security Audit of your home or business to learn how to make it more secure and to prevent crime.
This Learning for Life program, a subsidiary of the Boy Scouts of America, is for all youths age 14 to 21.
The liaison is an open minded, fair, and impartial officer who develops working partnerships with members of this diverse community and is available for them to contact should the need arise.
Join Neighborhood Watch to become part of this citizen-police crime fighting partnership.
An Adult Business Permit is required to open an adult oriented/adults only business in Henrico County.
If you want to hold a block party in your neighborhood, a permit is required.
Concealed Handgun Permits are regulated by the Commonwealth of Virginia and issued by the Circuit Court Clerk.
Dance Hall Permit Application
Parade or Marathon Permit Application
To become a pawnbroker in Henrico County, you must meet certain requirements and get a permit.
Precious Metals and Gems Dealer Permit Application
Retired Henrico Police Officer Concealed Weapons Permit Renewal Application
Taxi Driver Permit and/or Taxicab Owner Permit
Applications must be obtained from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. The Division of Police only assists by conducting a local investigation.
The Criminal Records Unit provides a variety of records, which are available to the public. The most requested records are traffic accident reports, incident/offense reports, or a criminal record check.
Have your pet vaccinated at one of our four clinics held annually.
Search the arrest reports.
Search for all Calls for Dispatch.
Find out where crimes have been reported in Henrico County.
The Police Division offers several services and programs to seniors to help keep them safe from becoming targets of the latest crime or scam.
If you have complaints about motorists that speed through your neighborhood or other traffic safety issues, there are steps you can take to correct these situations.
This form is used to authorize the Henrico County Police Division to serve as persons lawfully in charge of your property located in the County of Henrico for purposes of enforcing the trespassing laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia and the County of Henrico, Virginia and forbidding others from trespassing on your property.
Volunteer opportunities are available with the Police Division from administrative to motorist assistance.
One week each summer, Henrico County students, ages 15-17, can experience what it's like to be a Henrico Police Officer in the Henrico Youth Police Academy.