For nearly 20 years, the Henrico County Police Division has based its southeastern units in leased space on Eastpark Court, near North Airport Drive and Interstate 64.
But by early 2025, the Fair Oaks Station will give way to a permanent South Station, which also will include training facilities for the county’s emergency communications and division’s K-9 unit.Continue reading South Station represents permanent home, ‘sound investment’ for Police
Road will link new portion of Woodman with Glover Park
A ½-mile road planned for construction next year will be named Lambert Way in honor of the life and service of the late Donald L. Lambert Jr., a captain with the Henrico County Police Division who was killed in a hit-and-run crash early this year.
Board of Supervisors Chairman Dan Schmitt announced the naming in a ceremony Wednesday along where Woodman Road is being extended northeastward from Greenwood Road.Continue reading Late Police Capt. Don Lambert honored with new road – Lambert Way
Longtime resident brings more than 30 years of law enforcement experience to the position
Henrico County has appointed Eric D. English as chief of police, effective Monday, Sept. 14.Continue reading Henrico welcomes home Eric English as police chief
Henrico County has appointed Eric D. English as chief of police, effective Monday, Sept. 14.Henrico County has appointed Eric D. English as chief of police, effective Monday, Sept. 14.Continue reading Henrico taps Eric English to become chief of police
County leaders solicited public input on the matter throughout July
Henrico’s Board of Supervisors will hold a work session at 5:15 p.m. Monday, Aug. 24 for discussion of a civilian review board for the county’s Police Division.Continue reading Supervisors to discuss civilian review board at Aug. 24 work session
Constituents encouraged to sign up for virtual meeting Aug. 20
Board of Supervisors Vice Chairman and Brookland District Supervisor Dan Schmitt will hold a virtual Constituent Conversations meeting Thursday, Aug. 20 to receive input on Henrico County’s potential creation of a civilian review board for the Police Division.Continue reading Supervisor Dan Schmitt invites Brookland input on potential police review board
As vehicle crashes involving pedestrians and bicyclists continue to occur with alarming frequency, law enforcement agencies in the Richmond region and other partners are urging travelers to take simple precautions and to avoid distractions, such as mobile phones and headphones.
A video public service announcement with tips for motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists is being shared by the police departments or sheriff’s offices of Chesterfield County, Hanover County, Henrico County and the City of Richmond as well as by the Virginia State Police and Virginia Department of Transportation.Continue reading Pedestrian safety message launches for region