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Suffolk Virginia Police Station Address: 111 Henley Pl, Suffolk, VA 23434, United States


1 week ago
SUFFOLK POLICE DEPARTMENT SENIOR CITIZENS ACADEMY RETURNS

The Suffolk Police Department would like to invite local senior citizens to take part in the upcoming Senior Citizens Academy which starts… https://t.co/d7dsChKNoZ

1 week ago
POLICE INVESTIGATING ARMED ROBBERY

Suffolk Police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred during the early morning hours of Monday, April 9, 2018.

Emergency Communications was notified at… https://t.co/dwSHvM3AHO

1 week ago
POLICE SEEK PUBLIC’S ASSISTANCE IDENTIFYING
CREDIT CARD FRAUD SUBJECTS

Suffolk Police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying several subjects believed to be involved in at least two… https://t.co/ERXUUP7ncr

2 weeks ago
NATIONAL PUBLIC SAFETY TELECOMMUNICATORS WEEK RECOGNIZED

The Suffolk Police Department and Suffolk Fire & Rescue would like to notify our citizens that the week of April 8th through April 15, 2018 has… https://t.co/qEkiKJzTcc

Suffolk Police Department

The City of Suffolk is comprised of 430 square miles with rural, suburban, and urban areas. The Suffolk Police Department is charged with providing policing services to the entire city. In order to maintain the high level of service, the department is allocated 186 sworn personnel, divided between uniform patrol, investigations, administration and the office of professional standards. For patrol purposes, the City is divided into 18 zones or areas of responsibility. Sector I contains 12 zones and Sector II contains 6. Each patrol officer is assigned to a specific zone, which may encompass several neighborhoods and/or business districts. The officers develop a sense of responsibility for their assigned areas and develop partnerships with the citizens who reside and/or work within it.

Each year the Suffolk Police Department compiles information and develops reports for the previous year. The annual report focuses and highlights various activities within the department, the community and our accomplishments during the year. The crime statistics report details actual reported incidents during the year.

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SUFFOLK POLICE DEPARTMENT SENIOR CITIZENS ACADEMY RETURNS

The Suffolk Police Department would like to invite local senior citizens to take part in the upcoming Senior Citizens Academy which starts classes in June of 2018. The Academy offers a unique opportunity for seniors to learn more about the department as well as how to improve their personal safety.

During the Academy, students will be instructed on topics that include history of law enforcement in America and Suffolk, active shooter response and firearms, crime scene investigations, crime prevention, hostage negotiations and S.W.A.T. The students will be given an overview of the department, its assets, capabilities and personnel. The students will be given tours of facilities and take part in various hands on learning opportunities.

Classes will be held on from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., Wednesday’s starting June 6, 2018 and running through August 15, 2018 at Suffolk Police Headquarters, 111 Henley Place.

Registration is currently underway with the deadline set for Friday, April 20, 2018. The application process includes a background check which will be completed on all applicants.

Applications can be found online at the Department’s website, www.suffolkpd.com, and need to submitted in person or mailed to the Suffolk Police Department, Attention: Sgt. James Sobers, 111 Henley Place, Suffolk, VA 23434. Applications can also be emailed to jsobers@suffolkva.us.

For additional information, call 757-514-7913.

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POLICE INVESTIGATING ARMED ROBBERY

Suffolk Police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred during the early morning hours of Monday, April 9, 2018.

Emergency Communications was notified at approximately 2:39 a.m. of the incident that occurred in the 1100 block of Nansemond Parkway at a mobile home located in the Magnolia Lakes Mobile Home Park.

Upon preliminary investigation it was found that the occupants were awakened after two subjects forced entry into the mobile home and demanded money. The two adult male victims were assaulted during the incident and received emergency medical assessment and treatment by Suffolk Fire & Rescue personnel and were ground transported to a local hospital for treatment of minor injuries. A third involved subject remained in a vehicle, described as a silver SUV, possibly an Isuzu Rodeo. The three subjects, all described as black males, fled the scene in the waiting vehicle following the incident.

While on scene, Officers were made aware of an attempted breaking and entering at a neighboring mobile home believed to have involved the same subjects.

The investigation remains ongoing at this time and no further information is available for release.
If anyone has any information, please contact Suffolk Police or Suffolk Crime Line. To submit online, go to www.p3tips.com, visit the Suffolk Police Department website (www.suffolkva.us/spd) and look for the Suffolk Crime Line link, or go to the Suffolk Police Department Facebook page at www.facebook.com/suffolkpolicedepartment. You can are also call 888-LOCK-U-UP, 1-888-562-5887, Option 5. Once a person submits a tip, they will be given a TIP ID and password. With this information they can login at p3tips.com and submit follow-up information, engage in two-way dialogue, be informed of the outcome of the tip, and access any pertinent reward information.

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POLICE SEEK PUBLIC’S ASSISTANCE IDENTIFYING
CREDIT CARD FRAUD SUBJECTS

Suffolk Police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying several subjects believed to be involved in at least two thefts from motor vehicles, as well as related credit card fraud offenses.

These offenses occurred in the 2800 block of Godwin Boulevard on March 12th, 16th, and 21st where victims found a window of their vehicle smashed and personal items removed. The subjects were observed in several vehicles during the commission of the offenses, including a red sedan, a dark colored sedan, and a dark SUV.

If anyone is able to identify the subjects, please contact Suffolk Police or Suffolk Crime Line. To submit online, go to www.p3tips.com, visit the Suffolk Police Department website (www.suffolkva.us/spd) and look for the Suffolk Crime Line link, or go to the Suffolk Police Department Facebook page at www.facebook.com/suffolkpolicedepartment. You can are also call 888-LOCK-U-UP, 1-888-562-5887, Option 5. Once a person submits a tip, they will be given a TIP ID and password. With this information they can login at p3tips.com and submit follow-up information, engage in two-way dialogue, be informed of the outcome of the tip, and access any pertinent reward information.

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NATIONAL PUBLIC SAFETY TELECOMMUNICATORS WEEK RECOGNIZED

The Suffolk Police Department and Suffolk Fire & Rescue would like to notify our citizens that the week of April 8 through April 14, 2018 has been designated National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. In 1991, a Congressional resolution designated the second full week in April each year as National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. Since that time, public safety agencies nationwide have recognized telecommunicators, dispatchers, communication operators and radio control personnel for the pivotal role they play in public safety. It is a week where everyone can celebrate and thank those who dedicate their lives to serving the public.

Public safety dispatchers provide a critical service to the community and all emergency personnel while performing their duties with integrity, quality, accountability and respect. They play a crucial role in the lifesaving process, providing an invaluable connection between emergency services and the people who need them. In 2017, Suffolk’s dispatchers received a total of 50,606 9-1-1 calls, and 90,017 non-emergency calls. For 2018 through March 31st, dispatchers have received 12,047 9-1-1 calls, and 21,477 non-emergency calls.

As the first person on the scene of nearly every crime, fire and medical emergency, the 9-1-1 dispatcher continues to be an invaluable resource for agencies of all sizes. These knowledgeable and highly trained individuals help save countless lives by answering emergency and non-emergency calls, dispatching law enforcement, medical and fire professionals and equipment, and providing support to citizens in distress — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.