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Henrico County Police Division

Our Vision
To be cutting edge public-safety leaders dedicated to equality and civic trust.   

Our Mission
Provide innovative and collaborative police services for a safe and thriving Henrico.  

Our Values

  • Honor With integrity as our foundation, we earn the respect and trust of the public and each other.
  • Professionalism Professionalism is paramount; we achieve it through training and acting within the rule of law.
  • Commitment We are committed to preventing crime, preserving order and ensuring the safety of the public. 
  • Compassion We treat everyone with dignity and compassion, regardless of circumstance.
  • Accountability We hold ourselves to the highest standards of conduct while upholding the ideals of our Constitution and democratic society. 

Read our Guiding Principle

COVID-19 Service Updates

The following Henrico Police services will continue to be available by appointment only:

  • Fingerprinting services available Monday-Thursday, 8:15-3:45 p.m. Click the link below to schedule your appointment online, or call (804) 501-4809.
  • Schedule Fingerprinting Appointment
  • Property releases available by appointment Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Call (804) 501-4793 Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., to schedule an appointment. *New property release location: Henrico County Annex, 8040 Shrader Road

Additional Service Updates:

The Henrico Police Animal Shelter is open to visitors, however, appointments are still preferred. To schedule an appointment for the release, redemption or adoption of an animal, contact the shelter at (804) 727-8807, Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 

See additional details on modifications to police services or county-wide service modifications.

Now Hiring Lateral 911 Public Safety Dispatchers

Make the move to Henrico Police and enjoy a competitive salary and benefits package, career development program, and modern comms center with all-new tech. Current certifications must include Virginia DCJS Dispatcher, Priority EMD/EFD, CPR and NCIC/VCIN. Apply today!
 

New Henrico Police Logo!

Henrico Police is very excited to unveil its new logo! A diverse, internal workgroup of civilian, sworn and 911 staff, aptly called the Rebrand Workgroup, are credited with creating the new logo. The new logo comes at a time when Henrico Police, along with law enforcement agencies across the nation, are evolving to build trust and meet the needs of the community, and signifies the Division’s commitment to continual improvement and superior service.
 
Get all the details and learn about the symbolism behind the design. 

2020 Crime Statistics & Demographic Data

Police transparency - 2020 crime stats and demo dataHenrico County’s new Chief of Police, Eric English, is ushering in an era of transparency with crime data and police statistics. His goal: working together for a safer Henrico. 

Chief English announces new Vision, Mission, Values and Guiding Principle

Tri-Arc Accredited by CALEA

On March 26, 2021, the Henrico County Police Division was awarded TRI-ARC reaccreditation by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). To date, Henrico Police is one of only 24 agencies worldwide to receive TRI-ARC reaccreditation. Read more about this distinguished accreditation.

7721 E. Parham Rd.
Henrico, VA 23294

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

police@henrico.us

Emergency
911
Police Non-Emergency
(804) 501-5000
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(804) 501-4800

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