The County Manager's State of the County address is all online this year.

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  • Business Watch Program - A working partnership between local businesses and Henrico Police, the goal of Business Watch is to reduce crime in and around the workplace as well as in the community.
  • Citizens and Senior Citizens Police Academy - 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!
  • Community Presentations - 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.
  • Emergency and Non-Emergency Communications Education Program - Learn about Henrico County's non-emergency and emergency (911) communications center and the Communications Officer profession.
  • Faith Community Coalition - 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.
  • Fuzz Buddy Program - Donate a new stuffed animal to support this program.
  • Henrico Police Apartment Coalition (HPAC) - The Police Division invites all multi-family housing community managers and owners to join HPAC.
  • Henrico Police Athletic League (PAL) - Support, join, or volunteer for this program that serves Henrico County youths in grades K-12.
  • Law Enforcement Explorers Program - This Learning for Life program, a subsidiary of the Boy Scouts of America, is for all youths age 14 to 21.
  • Neighborhood Watch - Join Neighborhood Watch to become part of this citizen-police crime fighting partnership.
  • Senior Services - The Police Division offers several services and programs to seniors to help keep them safe from becoming targets of the latest crime or scam.
  • Victim / Witness Assistance Program - If you have been the victim of a crime or have witnessed a crime, your participation in the criminal justice process is important. The legal process, frequently long and complicated, often fails to address the unique needs of victims. However, our advocates are available to make sure that these needs are addressed.
  • Volunteers in Policing (VIPs) - Volunteer opportunities are available with the Police Division from administrative to motorist assistance.
  • Youth Police Academy - 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.


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7721 E. Parham Rd.
Henrico, VA 23294

Police Non-Emergency
(804) 501-5000
General Information
(804) 501-4800

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

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