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Charlottesville Virginia Police Station Address: 606 E Market St, Charlottesville, VA 22902, United States


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Charlottesville Police Department added 6 new photos.2 weeks ago

Congratulations to our newest graduates from the Spartan program. This program provides area officers from CPD, ACPD and UPD with six weeks of additional training after the police academy. These officers will now begin their next pahse of training with their field training officers.

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Charlottesville Police Department added 3 new photos.2 weeks ago

Please join our department in welcoming Iterim Chief Thierry Dupuis. Chief Dupuis was sworn in yesterday and will guide our department while a search for a new Chief is conducted. Chief Dupuis has 40 years of experience in law enforcement including the last ten as the Chief in Chesterfield. Welcome Chief Dupuis!

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Charlottesville Police Department added 3 new photos.3 months ago

This past Saturday, several of our officers helped one of our local bike clubs with a Spin-a-Thon fundraiser that benfited our local Toy Lift. The money raised will be used to purchase several hundred bikes so that every child that asks for a bike this Christmas will receive one.

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Charlottesville Police Department shared Towe Insurance Service, Inc.’s post.3 months ago

Well done Officer Childers!

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Charlottesville Police Department added 7 new photos — in Charlottesville, Virginia.4 months ago

On Tuesday of this week, a group of local citizens brought lunch in for members of our department as a way to say thank you for what we do. We would like to say thank you for a great lunch but more importantly thank you for your suport. As you can see, everyone enjoyed the food!