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Public Data

Real-Time Reports

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Incident Crime Reports (ICR) This data search tool will help you search online for Incident Crime Reports. Web ServiceUpdated Real Time
Calls for Service Reports This data search tool will help you search online for Calls for Service Reports.Web ServiceUpdated Real Time
Arrest Reports This data search tool will help you search online for Arrest Reports.Web ServiceUpdated Real Time
Active Police Calls Displays currently active Henrico Police calls.WebsiteUpdated Real Time

Crime Data

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Community Policing Act Data Pursuant to §52-30.3 and effective July 1, 2021, Henrico Police will provide data as outlined below for all investigatory motor vehicle stops; all stop-and-frisks based on reasonable suspicion; and all investigatory detentions that do not result in an arrest or the issuance of a summons.Website2021-06-30
2021 Crime Summary: January 1-June 27 Year-to-date comparative summary of all Part I Offences in Henrico County (January 1-June 27, 2016-2021).PDF2021-06-27
Crime Statistics & Demographic Data: Henrico Police 2020 Chief of Police Eric English is ushering in an era of transparency. His goal: working together for a safer Henrico. Community members can access Crime, Use of Force, Traffic, Crash, and Demographic data on the new crime statistics section of our website. Website2021-02-16
Crime Report: Henrico Police 2019 The 2019 Crime Report contains Henrico County crime, traffic and emergency communications statistics for calendar year 2019. Part I Violent and Non-Violent Crime, historical crime trends, weapon and drug seizures, total charges as well as crime statistics by magisterial district is included.PDF2020
Crime Report: Henrico Police 2018 The 2018 Crime Report contains Henrico County crime, traffic and emergency communications statistics for calendar year 2018. Part I Violent and Non-Violent Crime, historical crime trends, weapon and drug seizures, total charges as well as crime statistics by magisterial district is included. PDF2019
Crime Report: Henrico Police 2017 Henrico County crime data for 2017 calendar year.PDF2018
Crime Report: Henrico Police 2016 Henrico County crime data for 2016 calendar year. PDF2017
Crime Report: Henrico Police 2015 This report covers calendar year 2015 crime data in Henrico County. PDF2016
Crime Statistics: Henrico County 20 Year Comparison (1995-2014) This document compares County crime statistics from 1995 to 2014.PDF2015

Police Statistics & Annual Reports

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Workforce & Recruitment Demographic Data Henrico Police is striving for a workforce reflective of the diverse makeup of Henrico County. The following report compares countywide population demographics to the demographic composition of Henrico Police personnel. Also included are demographic statistics and outcomes of the Division's Recruiting for Diversity program. Statistics include race, ethnicity and gender of sworn and civilian employees through March 24, 2021.PDF2021-04-08
Annual Report: Henrico Police 2020 The 2020 Henrico Police Annual Report outlines the Division's significant accomplishments from July 1, 2019-June 30, 2020. Special Sections include "Policing In a Global Pandemic" and "Beyond the Badge." This report does not include Henrico County crime data. Page2020-12-29
Annual Report: Henrico Police 2019 The 2019 Henrico Police Annual Report contains a narrative of the Division's significant accomplishments from July 1, 2018-June 30, 2019. This report does not include Henrico County crime data. PDF2019
Annual Report: Henrico Police 2018 The Henrico Police Annual Report 2018 contains a narrative of the Division's significant accomplishments from July 1, 2017-June 30, 2018. This report does not include Henrico County crime data. PDF2018
Annual Report: Henrico Police 2017 The Henrico Police Annual Report contains a narrative of the Division's significant accomplishments from July 1, 2016-June 30, 2017.PDF2017

Internal Affairs Statistics

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Office of Internal Affairs: 2020 Complaint Statistics The statistical data contained in this report represents the number of complaints (internal and external) investigated by the Henrico County Police Division Office of Internal Affairs during the 2020 calendar year.Document2021-02-15
Office of Internal Affairs: 2019 Complaint Statistics The statistical data contained in this report represents the number of complaints (internal and external) investigated by the Henrico Police Division Office of Internal Affairs during the 2019 calendar year.PDF2020
Office of Internal Affairs: 2018 Complaint Statistics The statistical data contained in this report represents the number of complaints (internal and external) investigated by the Henrico Police Division Office of Internal Affairs during the 2018 calendar year.PDF2019

Police Policy

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Police Policy: Vehicular Pursuits Line procedure for initiating, participating, and terminating any vehicular pursuit. When officers engage in vehicular pursuits utilizing emergency lights and siren, they shall do so in accordance with existing statutes and this directive.PDF2021-06-21
Police Policy: Response to Resistance Outlines the Division's policy and procedures regarding an officer's response to resistance, also known as use of force. Includes de-escalation, less-lethal and deadly force, prohibited practices, and the duty to intervene procedures. PDF2021-06-21
Police Policy: Body Worn Cameras Henrico Police procedures for Body Worn Cameras (BWC), including the management, storage, and retrieval and dissemination of BWC recordings. PDF2021-06-14
Henrico Police Policy Henrico County Police Division Policy outlines the principles by which its employees are expected to operate and establishes guidelines to enable the Division to reach its vision.PDF2021-06-14
Police Policy: Code of Conduct Establishes standards of conduct that are consistent with the values and mission of the Henrico County Police Division and are expected of all Division members. The Code of Conduct also outlines the penalties for Code of Conduct violations. PDF2021-06-14
Police Policy: Internal Affairs Policy, procedures and authority of the Division's Internal Affairs Unit, whose purpose is to ensure the integrity of the Police Division and protect its members from false allegations.PDF2021-06-14
Police Policy: Corrective and Disciplinary Action Establishes procedures for imposing corrective and/or disciplinary actions and ensuring due process for all Division members.PDF2021-06-14
Police Policy: Recruitment Police policy regarding how the Division is to fill vacant positions with the best qualified applicants without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, or disability.PDF2021-04-30
Police Policy: Personal Appearance and Grooming-Sworn Members Police policy for personal appearance and grooming standards for sworn members while on-duty.PDF2020-12-17
Police Policy: Freedom of Information Line procedure for all Freedom of Information Act requests made to any member of Henrico Police.PDF2020-11-16
Police Policy: Strip and Body Cavity Searches Police policy on restrictions and procedures regarding strip and body cavity searches.PDF2020-07-08
Police Policy: Reporting Hate Crimes Line procedure for officers who encounter an incident, act, or information which may be considered a hate crime.PDF2020-07-08
Police Policy: Transportation of Persons in Custody This document contains pages from the Police Division's Directives manual regarding transporting persons in custody. PDF2020
Police Policy: Henrico County Public Schools Police policy for School Resource Officers (SROs) or officer's responding to a call for service at any public school in Henrico County.PDF2017-12-07
Police Policy: Social Media/Networking This policy, in conjunction with Henrico County policy regarding social media, establishes guidelines for Division-sponsored social media, as well as Division members’ personal use of social media.PDF2017-03-0203
Police Policy: License, Equipment, Sobriety, Info-Seeking and Diversionary Checks Line procedures for the criteria and conduct of Police members when performing licensing, equipment, sobriety, information-seeking checks and/or diversionary checkpoints. PDF2015-10-12
Police Policy: Biased Policing Police policy on biased policing outlining procedures, considerations, training, corrective measures and administrative review. PDF2015-01-23
Police Policy: Patrol Stations and Zone Structures This policy defines the basic structure of Henrico Police patrol areas and zone structure, allowing for modifications to meet specific public-safety needs.PDF2013-09-07
Police Policy: Volunteers In Policing Program Police policy for administers of and the recruitment and screening of volunteers for the Henrico Police Volunteers in Policing Program. PDF

Other Police Public Data

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Federal Grant Funded Vehicles This report lists vehicles procured for the Police Division through federal grants. PDF
Federal Military Donated This report lists military equipment donated to the Police Division by the U.S. Military. PDF
Federal Grant Police Expenditures This report lists police equipment obtained by the Police Division using monies from federal grants.PDF
Federal Military Surplus – 1033 This report lists military surplus equipment procured by the Police Division from U.S. Military surplus. PDF

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