Police

About Us

The James City County Police Department provides police services in all areas of the County including community services, animal control, patrol, investigations, and traffic enforcement. The Department also offers a wide array of crime prevention services, community outreach programs, and citizen classes. We invite you to explore our website to find out more.

Our mission is to perform duties and fulfill the responsibilities of enforcing the law, preserving the peace, and providing police services to improve the quality of life for all citizens living in our jurisdiction. Our actions are driven by a philosophy of community policing. We provide a wide array of police services through patrol, general investigations, narcotics investigations, crime prevention, traffic, and school resource officers.

The Department has more than 100 sworn law enforcement officers (including auxiliary) and responds to over 22,000 calls for service each year.

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  1. Missing Person - Paul Gross (Thumbnail - Found Safe)

    Updated: Paul Gross Was Safely Located by Newport News Police

    Paul Gross was located around 8:00 p.m. on Feb. 26; considered missing since 10:30 a.m. Read on...
  2. JCCPD an arrest has been made

    Arrest Made in Illegal Drug Distribution Investigation

    The Tri-Rivers Drug Task Force arrested an individual in connection with the illegal distribution of marijuana at King J Tobacco & Vape on Jan. 31 Read on...
  3. JCCPD announces a crime has occurred

    JCCPD Seeking Public Assistance in Armed Robbery Investigation

    Police are attempting to identify a suspect involved in an armed robbery that occurred on the morning of Jan. 25 Read on...
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Police to Citizen (P2C): Empowering Citizens with Information

The Police Department is committed to providing quality service around the clock. File police reports, search for public safety incidents and arrests, obtain copies of crash reports, and access other useful information within our new P2C tools.

These features are intended to provide convenience and greater access to public information. Please contact us if you have feedback or questions regarding these Police to Citizen online services. Visit our P2C site or click the button below to file a report.

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