News Releases

The Henrico Police Division is committed to the safety of everyone who lives, works and plays in Henrico County. Accordingly, our Public Information Office regularly disseminates news, information, crime alerts and police-related events and initiatives to local media outlets as well as our social media channels (links to right).

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2018 NEWS RELEASES 

DATE

NEWS RELEASE

1/9/18 Henrico Police Promotional Ceremony
2/20/18 Henrico Police Faith Community Coalition Meetings
2/26/18 Henrico Police Academy Graduation
3/5/18 Henrico Police Issues Scam Alert
3/9/18 School Threat Determined Not Credible
3/9/18 Update: Suspect Arrested (School Threat Determined Not Credible)
3/15/18 Henrico Police Issues Scam Alert
4/9/18 National Public Safety Telecommunicator’s Week
4/13/18 Henrico Police Offers Drug Take Back Program
4/13/18 Henrico Police Seek Wanted Person
4/17/18 Henrico Police to Host Open House Events
4/17/18 Traffic Advisory for NASCAR Races
4/19/18 Henrico Police Seek Wanted Person-Update 
4/24/18 Henrico Police Help Citizens Recycle Electronics and Prevent ID Theft 
4/25/18 Henrico Police Hold Diversity in Law Enforcement Orientation
5/14/18 2018 Henrico Police Memorial Service 
5/16/18 2018 Henrico Police Memorial Service – Location Change
5/17/18 Henrico Police Faith Community Coalition Meetings
5/21/18 Henrico Police to Host News Conference
6/18/18 Media Advisory: Radio Encryption
7/13/18 2018 Henrico Police Awards Ceremony
7/17/18 Henrico Police Academy Graduation
8/19/18 Henrico Police Investigate Officer-Involved Shooting
8/19/18 Henrico Police Investigate Officer-Involved Shooting-Update
8/24/18 Henrico Police Promotional Ceremony
9/18/18 Traffic Advisory for NASCAR Races

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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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