The following reports/permits can be obtained from the Criminal Records Section located at the Public Safety Building Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. (Exception: Fingerprinting services stop at 3:30 PM.)
Traffic Accident Report $5.00
Offense/Incident Report $10.00
Records of Arrest $5.00
Accident Photographs - determined by the number of photos requested.
Recording Fingerprint Impression: $10.00 for first card and $5.00 each for any additional cards.
Crime Statistics $18.00 per hour
Taxi Operator's Permit $20.00 & $15.00
Concealed Handgun Permit $50.00
The Criminal Records Unit provides a variety of records which are accessible to the public. The reports most frequently requested fall into three categories: traffic accident reports, criminal record checks and incident reports. By County Ordinance, a fee is collected for each copy of a report.
Traffic Accident Report: fee ($5.00) Any person involved or injured in the accident, his/her attorney or the person's insurance company may receive a copy of the accident report. A driver's license or other picture identification must be presented prior to reports being released. Requests for reports may be handled by mail or in person.
Criminal Record Check: fee ($5.00) The record subject must appear in person at the Public Safety Building in order to initiate a criminal record check. The requester must present two (2) forms of identification, one of which must be a photo identification. The only acceptable forms of identification are current drivers license, passport, birth certificate, military identification or social security card. This transcript will show ONLY offenses for which you WERE NOT fingerprinted ; offenses ONLY in Henrico County; and DOES NOT include traffic or juvenile offenses. More extensive criminal information must be obtained from the State Police headquarters on Midlothian Tpk. Traffic offense transcripts can be obtained from DMV.
Incident Reports: fee ($10.00) The majority of incident reports may be released to the victim or reporting person. In cases involving loss of property, the report may also be released to the insurance company. Occasionally, there will be a delay in receiving the report because the officer or investigator's approval to release the report may be necessary. A photo identification, such as a driver's license, must be presented prior to receiving reports.
Fingerprint Services: The Criminal Records Unit also provides fingerprinting services for persons seeking employment and any other need dictated by law. The requester must present two (2) forms of identification, one of which must be a photo identification. The only acceptable forms of identification are current drivers license, passport, birth certificate, military identification, social security card, voter registration card, vehicle registration, green card/permanent residence card, Certificate of Naturalization card. Identification must be original (no copies) and valid.
Note that fingerprinting services are from 8:00 AM until 3:30 PM. We can not fingerprint for INS purposes.
Henrico Police Records may be obtained in person at the Public Safety Building in the Western Henrico Government Complex at 7721 East Parham Road at the intersection of Parham and Schrader Roads.
In certain cases, Henrico Police Records may be requested by mail at the following address:
Henrico County Police Division
County of Henrico
P. O. Box 90775
Henrico, VA 23273-0775
You can fill out this Records request form (.DOC File) and bring it with you or, in some cases, it can be mailed to the above address.
The following are some of the permits issued by or contributed to by Police.
Concealed Handgun: Application forms may be obtained from the Circuit Court Clerk's Office in the Courts Building at the County Government complex at 4301 East Parham Road. The applicant files the application and pays a $50 fee in the Clerk's Office. The Police Department will conduct a background investigation.
Taxi Permit: Applicants must file two permits - one to operate a taxi and a Certificate of Need. The fees for these applications are $20 and $15. Both applications can be picked up at the Public Safety Building in the County Government complex at 7721 East Parham Road. After an investigation, the Chief of Police issues the permit.
Automatic Weapon: Applications are obtained from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. The Division of Police only assists by conducting a local investigation.
Dance Hall: Applications are obtained from the County License Department in the Administrative Building at the County Government complex at 4301 East Parham Road. These permits may be permanent or temporary. The Police Department assists the License Department by conducting an investigation into the situation surrounding the establishment.