|Crime Prevention Resources||This link will take you to a list of downloadable brochures and basic crime prevention lessons. For more detailed crime prevention programs on the listed topics or other topics, please contact the Community Policing Section at 501-4838 to schedule an officer or crime prevention technician who will present the program to your group or organization.|
|Police/Apartment Coalition (PAC)||Since June of 1993, the Police/Apartment Coalition has worked to facilitate the exchange of information between police and apartment managers. We continue to develop partnerships with apartment managers, public and private agencies, and to improve the quality of life for multi-family housing communities.|
|Neighborhood Watch||The Henrico County Neighborhood Watch Council is an invaluable crime fighting partnership between Henrico County citizens and the Henrico County Police Division. Neighborhood Watch helps to reduce the fear and incidence of crime, thus, making Henrico County a safer place to live, work, and play. It enlists the assistance of citizens as additional “eyes and ears” in each participating neighborhood to watch for any suspicious activity and immediately report all crime and suspicious activity to police.|
|Citizens Police Academy||Have you ever wondered what it takes to become one of Henrico’s “Finest”? Enroll in the Citizens Police Academy.|
|Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)||How do you feel when you enter a darkened hallway?
How do you feel if you are lost, and you begin to walk or drive into an area that is run down, strewn with trash, and has graffiti in a number of places? Your answers to these questions are usually based on your perception of the environment and your own personal safety.
|Domestic Violence Assistance||Information and resources for victims of domestic violence.|
|Law Enforcement Explorers||Exploring is a program of Learning for Life, a subsidiary of the Boy Scouts of America for young adults ages 14 – 21. Exploring provides opportunities for young adults to explore law enforcement careers, the criminal justice system, and to promote character development and citizenship among America’s youth.|
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