Police_Bolling_webAssistant Chief of Police
Lieutenant Colonel Freddie E. Bolling

Field Services

Lieutenant Colonel Freddie E. Bolling holds an Associate Degree in Administration of Justice from J. Sergeant Reynolds and a Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Management from St. Paul’s College. He joined the Henrico County Police Division in April 1975 as a police officer. During his tenure, he has served in Criminal Intelligence, Research and Development, Criminal Investigations, and the Organized Crime Section. He also served in the Drug Enforcement Administration, where he served as the Group Supervisor for the Richmond Drug Task Force, and Patrol Operations as a Commanding Officer of the Central district.

In addition to being a graduate of the 210th Session of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia, Lieutenant Colonel Bolling is also a graduate of the Police Executive Leadership School at the University of Richmond and the Senior Management Institute for Police, sponsored by the Police Executive Research Forum, in Boston, Massachusetts. He has also served as the legislative liaison to the Virginia General Assembly.

Prior to becoming a member of the Police Division, Lieutenant Colonel Bolling served in the United States Air Force. He is currently a member of the Fifth Baptist Church, where he not only serves on the Board of Christian Education but is also a Scoutmaster for Boy Scout Troop 487.

 

Police_Fitzgerald_webAssistant Chief of Police
Lieutenant Colonel James B. Fitzgerald

Patrol Operations

Lieutenant Colonel James B. Fitzgerald holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Virginia Commonwealth University and is a third generation Police Officer, joining the Henrico County Police Division in July 1976 as a police officer. During his tenure, he has served in Patrol Operations, Criminal Intelligence, Criminal Investigations, and the Organized Crime Section, where he was assigned to the Drug Enforcement Administration as the Richmond Task Force Group Supervisor. During his career, he has also served as the legislative liaison to the Virginia General Assembly.

In addition to being a graduate of the 105th Session of the Southern Police Institute at the University of Louisville, Lieutenant Colonel Fitzgerald is also an alumnus of the Leadership Metro Richmond Class of 2008. He has attended the Police Executive Leadership School at the University of Richmond and the Senior Management Institute for Police, sponsored by the Police Executive Research Forum, in Boston, Massachusetts, and the 69th Session of the Federal Bureau of Investigations, Law Enforcement Executive Leadership Program (LEEDS).

Prior to becoming a member of the Police Division, Lieutenant Colonel Fitzgerald served in the United States Air Force on active duty in the Vietnam Theater of Operations.

 

Police_Leary_webDeputy Chief of Police
Major Albert T. Leary, III

Support Services Bureau

Major Albert T. Leary, III is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Administration of Justice and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History. He attended Mountain State University where he earned a Master’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, History and Education Leadership. He joined the Henrico County Police Division in 1974 as a police officer. During his tenure, he has served in Patrol Operations, Support Operations, to include Personnel and Training, and Criminal Investigations.

Upon graduating from the 22nd Session of the Professional Executive Leadership School at the University of Richmond, Major Leary was presented the Graduate Leadership Award. He is also a graduate of the Eighth Session of the Administrative Officers Management Program at North Carolina State University, where he served as class president. In addition, he has attended and completed the Senior Management Institute for Police, sponsored by the Police Executive Leadership Forum, in Boston, Massachusetts.

Major Leary has been instrumental in a number of Police Division initiatives, to include the Senior Citizen Contact Program, the Police Opportunities Program, the Assist Division Members through Interview Training Program, and the Police Reading and Education Program.

 

Police_Cardounel_webDeputy Chief of Police
Major Humberto I. Cardounel, Jr.

Patrol Operations

Major Humberto I. Cardounel, Jr. holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of Richmond.  He joined the Henrico County Police Division in October 1988 as a police officer.  During his tenure, he has served in Patrol Operations, Criminal Investigations, Homeland Security, Organized Crime, Internal Affairs, Media Relations, Personnel and Training, SWAT, and Negotiations.

In addition to being a graduate of the 221st Session of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia, Major Cardounel is also a graduate of the Police Executive Leadership School at the University of Richmond, the Institute for Leadership in Changing Times at Virginia Tech, and the Senior Management Institute for Police, sponsored by the Police Executive Research Forum, in Boston, Massachusetts.  He is a member of Leadership Metro Richmond  (LMR) and a graduate of the 2013 LMR Leadership Quest program.

In addition to his duties with the Henrico County Police Division, Major Cardounel serves as an assessor for the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA).  He also serves on the state’s Child Fatality Review Team as a  gubernatorial appointee and is a member of West Richmond Rotary.

 

 

Police_Hunter_webDeputy Chief of Police
Major Clarence T. Hunter, Jr.

Investigative Bureau

Major Clarence T. Hunter, Jr. holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Leadership from Mountain State University.  He joined the Henrico County Police Division in July 1996 as a police officer.  During his tenure, he has served in Criminal Investigations, Organized Crime, and SWAT. He also served as Commanding Officer for Patrol Operations, South Station and Personnel and Training.

In addition to being a graduate of the Administrative Officers Management Program at North Carolina State University, Major Hunter is a graduate of the Police Executive Leadership School at the University of Richmond and the Senior Management Institute for Police, sponsored by the Police Executive Research Forum, in Boston, Massachusetts.

Prior to becoming a member of the Police Division, Major Hunter served for six years as a police officer with the City of Richmond Police Department.  He also served in the United States Army, 82nd Airborne Division, and the Virginia Army National Guard, retiring at the rank of Master Sergeant.  He is currently a member of New Highland Baptist Church in Mechanicsville, Virginia.

 

 

Police_Mueller_webDeputy Chief of Police
Major Carl A. Mueller

Administrative Services Bureau

Major Carl A. Mueller holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Management and Leadership from Bluefield College.  He joined the Henrico County Police Division in September 1989 as a police officer.  During his tenure, he has served in Patrol Operations, Community Policing, and Criminal Investigations.  He also served as Commanding Officer for Communications, Personnel and Training, and Homeland Security.

In addition to being a graduate of the 46th Administrative Officers Management Program at North Carolina State University,  Major Mueller is a graduate of the Police Executive Leadership School at the University of Richmond and the Senior Management Institute for Police, sponsored by the Police Executive Research Forum, in Boston, Massachusetts.

Prior to becoming a member of the Police Division, Major Mueller served as a Communications Officer with Henrico’s Communications Unit.