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David W. Nye, Chief of Police
2200 Cowan Blvd.
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401
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Phone: (540) 373-3122 (Non-Emergency)
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"Serve. Protect. Inspire."
The Fredericksburg Police Department is a Nationally Accredited Agency
The Mission of the Fredericksburg Police Department is to protect the right of all citizens to live in peace and safety by enforcing the law and maintaining social order, and by protecting property from unlawful destruction and theft. The Department seeks to enhance the quality of life in our City through problem solving strategies and community partnerships.
Annual Report 2012
The Annual Report for calendar year 2012 is now online and can be accessed here. The report is a catalogue of the notable events and achievements from the department, and also includes statistical crime data and spotlights on special employees. Check it out!
How to Check Neighborhood Crime
If you would like information about crime rates and the amount of police activity in a certain neighborhood or apartment complex within the jurisdiction of the City of Fredericksburg, zip code 22401, please click here to send an email requesting that information. In your email request, please include the address, street name, or name of the apartment complex for which you are seeking information. Your answer will be emailed to you usually within one business day.
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Assistance for Victims and Witnesses
Please click here for information and resources available to crime victims and witnesses.
Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE) 1-800-467-4943
VINE is a free and anonymous telephone/internet service that provides victims of crimes and concerned citizens two important features: information and notification about the status of offenders.
VINE monitors the custody status of offenders in county/regional jails and DOC facilities. The data on inmates is updated every 15 minutes.
- Information is available FREE, 24 hours/day, 365 days/year. A 24-hour Live Operator is on duty to assist callers.
VINE is available in both English and Spanish.
To search for information, a caller needs either the offender's name or booking number, and VINE will provide the current custody status of the offender.
To register to receive automatic notification, a caller need only provide a telephone number where they can be reached and a 4-digit PIN number. Victims may also register to receive notifications by email at www.vinelink.com
After registering, victims or concerned citizens will receive notification of any change in the offender's status, including a move to a different facility or the decease of the offender.
VINE empowers victims with another tool to ensure their personal safety.
The Police Department has a service on this site called Police to Citizen/P2C. This service allows a person involved in a motor vehicle accident to get a copy of the report, and citizens may also submit some police reports on-line. Click on the Patch at left to access the site.
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