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Crime in Richmond - By the Numbers

Citywide Weekly Crime Stats -- Click to view
May 14 - May 20, 2018

Citywide YTD Crime Stats -- Click to view
Year to Date

View Internal Affairs Complaints
IAD Complaints will be posted the first of each month by 9 AM (Unless it is a City Holiday).

1st Precinct
1st Precinct
2nd Precinct
2nd Precinct
3rd Precinct
3rd Precinct
4th Precinct
4th Precinct
Changes to Richmond's Precinct Lineup

After several promotions and reassignments, there have been a few changes to the leadership at each of the four police precincts. Click on your precinct’s photo to view the updated list and contact information of those representing your neighborhood.

To find your precinct:

  1. Visit Richmond Property Search
  2. Type your address and select your property
  3. Click the services tab. Under “Public Safety” you will find “Police Precinct” and “Police Sector.”

Youth Engagement
Youth Engagement

Community Engagement
Community Engagement

CALEA Accreditation Logo
The Richmond Police Department is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA).

RAIDS Online Crime Mapping Website
RAIDS Online Daily Crime Reports

Richmond police Department Body Worn Cameras

Body-camera Faqs    RPD General Order

Richmond police Department Taser Training - Click to enlarge
RPD Taser Training

Richmond Police Department Partners with Nextdoor, the Private Social Network for Neighborhoods Website

NAO Postcard ... Click to enlarge
NAO Information

Richmond Police Athletic League

The Homicide Support Group is here - Click to view the video

2018 National Night Out

2018 National Night Out

Annually, residents in neighborhoods throughout the City of Richmond and across the nation, lock their doors, turn on the outside lights and spend the evening outside with neighbors and police.

Many neighborhoods throughout Richmond will be hosting a variety of special events such as block parties, cookouts, parades, flashlight walks, contests, and youth activities where there will be visits by the police and other first responders.

National Night Out Information...

2018 Town Hall Presentation

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Blue Line Times

Citizen’s Police Academy gives residents glimpse into law enforcement

After Svondai Brown lost her godson on Christmas Eve last year, she thought she’d like to become a police officer.

She already had an impressive résumé of philanthropy from volunteering with Project:HOMES, a group that helps elderly Richmond residents with making their homes more accessible, to hosting an annual Easter event in the city. But the loss caused her to see what more she could do in the community.

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Enroll now for the RPD's Citizen's Police Academy starting this Spring

Information | Application

Superhero Training Workshop -- Click to enlarge Superhero Training Workshop -- Click to enlarge Superhero Training Workshop -- Click to enlarge

On Tuesday, March 6, 30 students and their Richmond Police mentors participated in a “Superhero Training Workshop” at the Richmond Police Academy with the cast of Marvel Universe LIVE! Age of Heroes. The initiative aimed to celebrate the mentoring relationship between “Local Heroes” and the under-served youth in the after-school “Mirror Me” Mentoring Program.

The hour-long session included a superhero warm-up, fight and sword training, and even a special tutorial on superhero poses!

Our friends at NBC 12 covered this heroic event

P3 Tips

Metro Richmond Crime Stoppers Coordinator and RPD Detective Benjamin Toderico introduces a new way to offer information through a new smartphone app, “P3 Tips.” The application allows users to quickly submit anonymous tips with the option of attaching photos, videos and document. Information may be eligible for up to a $1,000 reward.

P3 Tips Mobile app information | P3 Tips Mobile app video

Keep Corners Clear

Keep Corners Clear

Parking too close to an intersection is a safety issue - and can result in a ticket. Fourth Precinct Motors Officer Todd Hall explains the safety issue - and introduces the concept of precinct-level Motors units in this quick video. Keep Corners Clear!

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How are we doing?

How are we doing?

The Richmond Police Department wants to know your opinion of the services we provide to our citizens. Your views and perception of the Department are very important to us. Please take a moment to complete this survey. Your responses will remain anonymous.

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