Henrico Police to host ‘Diversity in Law Enforcement’ orientation


The Henrico County Police Division will host its Diversity in Law Enforcement orientation Wednesday, Oct. 4, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Henrico County Training Center, 7721 E. Parham Road. The event is open to anyone who is interested in a career in law enforcement.

Current police officers, animal protection officers and communication officers (911 dispatchers) will be in attendance.
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Henrico Police to host annual memorial service May 16


The Henrico County Police Division will host its annual police memorial service May 16 to honor members who died in the line of duty. The event will be held at 6 p.m. at the Police Memorial Park, at the Henrico County Western Government Center, 4301 East Parham Road. The public is invited to attend.
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Henrico Police to host two Faith Community Coalition meetings Nov. 9


The Henrico Division of Police will host two meetings of its Henrico Police Faith Community Coalition Nov. 9.

The meetings will be held from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Henrico County Training Center, 7701 East Parham Road. Both meetings will feature the same agenda, and an RSVP is not required.
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Henrico Police invite public comment for accreditation assessment


Henrico County Division of Police officials are inviting the public to provide input as part of an accreditation assessment of the division that will be conducted next month.

A team of assessors from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. will arrive Nov. 7 to examine all aspects of the division's policy and procedures, management operations and support services.

Verification by the team that the Henrico Division of Police meets the commission’s standards is part of a voluntary process to gain accreditation – a recognition of law enforcement professional excellence.
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Henrico Police to promote 21, recognize 5


The Henrico Division of Police will promote 21 officials and recognize the recent promotions of five others during a ceremony Aug. 3 at Deep Run High School.

Lieutenants T. A. Alvis; J. P. Bandy; M. A. Banks; and C. J. Eley will be promoted to the rank of captain.

Sergeants L. C. Hummel; K. L. Johnson; J. L. Powers; J. S. Quesinberry; M. E. Stanton; and P. D. Tremblay will be promoted to the rank of lieutenant.
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Henrico Police seek persons of interest in burglary

Henrico Police officials are seeking the public's help in identifying two persons of interest in connection with a residential burglary in the 5000 block of Chelsea Brook Lane in Glen Allen July 8.

Police responded to a home on the block after the victim reported that during the afternoon, unknown people entered the residence, located near Echo Lake Park, and took jewelry and electronics. The suspects left the site in a red Dodge Journey. (Both the persons of interest and the vehicle are pictured above.)
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National Night Out planned Aug. 2

Henrico Police to visit more than 70 neighborhood events
Henrico County Police officials plan to visit more than 70 neighborhoods throughout the county as part of the 33rd annual National Night Out Tuesday, Aug. 2.

Police Chief Humberto I. Cardounel, Jr. and his staff, as well as Henrico Police officers and many county officials, will visit citizens to help strengthen police-citizen partnerships. Cardounel will start by visiting the Richmond International Raceway NNO event at 4:30 p.m. Dozens of other events throughout the county will continue until about 9:30 p.m., featuring cookouts, block parties, ice-cream socials and parades. Homeowners in neighborhoods that do not have events scheduled may show their support by putting on porch lights.
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Henrico Police investigating fatal accident involving pedestrian

Henrico Police are continuing to investigate a fatal accident involving a pedestrian that occurred on Brook Road Feb. 13.

Thirty-eight year-old Wendi R. Mayhew of Mechanicsville was struck and killed by a vehicle that was traveling southbound at 2:26 a.m., Feb. 13 on Brook Road near New York Avenue. Mayhew was in the center lane when she was struck. The driver immediately stopped and notified police.
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Henrico Police to host two Faith Community Coalition meetings

The Henrico Division of Police will host two learning sessions for the Henrico Police Faith Community Coalition, a new initiative designed to involve faith-based communities.

The sessions will be held Thursday, Jan. 7, at 6 p.m. and Monday, Jan. 11, at 2 p.m.; both sessions will be held at the Henrico Theatre, 305 East Nine Mile Road.

The meeting agendas will be the same at both venues. Visitors will be able to speak with Henrico Police station captains and community officers.
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Man shot in northern Henrico neighborhood

UPDATE: 3:42 P.M., OCT. 27 – A man was shot shortly after 1 p.m. Monday at the intersection of Byron Street and Jeter Street, near Mechanicsville Turnpike and Laburnum Avenue, in northern Henrico. Police responded to a call and found the man suffering from a gunshot wound. He was transported to VCU Medical Center with a non-life threatening injury.

Detectives and Forensic Personnel are investigating the shooting, but police do not have information about a suspect.
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Police using new body cameras

36 Henrico officers testing first batch this fall
Citizens soon will see an addition to the uniforms of Henrico County police officers, as body-mounted cameras will be issued to 400 officers in the county by Jan. 1, 2016.

Henrico Police officials began researching the cameras earlier this year, according to Henrico Police Lt. Chris Eley, and on Oct. 1 ordered 36 cameras for officers to test and determine which is the best match for the department’s needs.

“We’re just being progressive and wanted to get ahead of the curve,” Eley said about the division’s decision to implement cameras. “This will allow us to be more aware of our preconceived biases, how we talk and interact with people and [will] make us better public servants. We’re going to evaluate the system, work on our policy and usage and [on] what to expect from them.”
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Henrico Police wins first place in national and state challenges

The Henrico County Police Division’s Special Enforcement Unit recently won first place in its categories at the Law Enforcement Challenge (LEC) in both the statewide and national competitions. The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and the Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police (VACP) hold this competition each year to recognize agencies having the best traffic safety programs in the commonwealth and in the nation.

In the statewide VACP LEC competition, Municipal Category 8 is composed of law enforcement agencies with between 451-700 officers. In the IACP LEC competition, the category in which Henrico officers competed is composed of agencies with 251 or more police officers.
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2013 Henrico Police Memorial

Kim Maham and Barry Maham Jr., (pictured with a painting of their late father, Office Barry Maham Sr.) were among those in attendance at the 2013 Henrico Police Memorial service May 17 at the Henrico Public Safety Training Center.
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Two Henrico officers earn Valor Awards


Two Henrico County police officers were among seven area first responders honored for heroism Oct. 5 at the Retail Merchants Association's 23rd Annual Valor Awards.

Held annually at the the Greater Richmond Convention Center, the event drew approximately 500 business leaders, law enforcement officers, firefighters and EMS personnel and featured keynote speaker William “Bill” G. Haneke, an author and decorated veteran of the Vietnam War.
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Henrico Police chief wins international award

Henrico Police Chief Douglas A. Middleton earned the CIT (Crisis Intervention Team) Police Chief of the Year award from CIT International last week at the annual CIT International Conference in Las Vegas, Nev. The Aug. 21 presentation was attended by more than 1,000 people from the United States and other countries.

CIT International is a non-profit membership organization whose primary purpose is to facilitate understanding, development and implementation of Crisis Intervention Team programs. They promote and support collaborative efforts to create and sustain more effective and safer interactions among law enforcement, mental health care providers, individuals with mental illness, their families and communities.
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