Finance - Mr. William Friday
Financial operations include budget development; grants management; property and evidence; and payroll and accounting.
Human Resources - Ms. Antoinette H. Archer
The Human Resources Division is an intricate part of the Richmond City Police department. The mission of the Division is to create, administer, implement and evaluate policies and procedures within the department to ensure that all applicants and employees are afforded equal employment opportunities regardless of race, gender, color, ethnicity, age, religion, natural origin, or sexual preferences. The Division is comprised of seven (7) units to include; Background Investigations, Civilian Training, Disciplinary Review, Employee Relations, Polygraph Examinations, Risk Management and Recruitment and Staffing.
Human Resources Division Web Page
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Planning Division - Mr. Brian Cummings
The Planning Division is a necessary resource for the Chief’s Office and is responsible for performing policy and form development and updates, coordinating state accreditation compliance, managing the Department strategic planning efforts including performance measurement, preparing the Department’s annual report, monitoring trends and issues related to policing and completing special projects. The Planning Division also includes the Department’s Crime Analysis Unit that supports the entire Police Department through tactical, strategic, and administrative crime analysis. Crime Analysts are assigned to support either an individual Precinct or an investigative division.
Records and Technology Division - Mr. Stephen Hollifield
The Records and Technology Division manages all of the major technical hardware and software services and systems of the department.
Training Division - Captain Harvey Powers
The Training Division is responsible for the training of all Police Department employees. It also oversees the daily operations of the Training Academy.
Division of Emergency Communications
The Division of Emergency Communications is responsible for public safety and non-public safety radio communications for the City of Richmond and serves as the City's E-911 Call Center. The division is a 24-hour-a-day operation staffed by more than 70 communications officers and supervisors.