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Last Updated: 2010-01-20

Chief of Police -- Alfred Durham

Chief of Police Alfred Durham

Chief Durham is responsible for all aspects of the Richmond Police Department.



Deputy Chiefs

Acting Deputy Chief Darrell Goins

Acting Deputy Chief Darrell Goins
directs
Business Services
Support Services
Critical Incident Management
Watch Commanders

Acting Deputy Chief Sydney G. Collier

Acting Deputy Chief Sydney G. Collier
directs
Patrol Services



Internal Affairs - Captain Martin Harrison

Internal Affairs - Captain Martin Harrison

The Internal Affairs Division handles internal complaint investigations, firearms discharges, and excessive force allegations.

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General Counsel - David Mitchell, Esq

General Counsel - David Mitchell, Esq

Conducts internal audits to ensure that department practices conform to policies.

Examines existing and proposed policies to ensure that policies meet or exceed industry standards.

Works with the Internal Affairs Division to identify department trends and creates and implements policy changes where appropriate.

Works as part of senior management to advise on emerging issues, practices, and policies in policing.

Reviews policies and practices to ensure compliance with federal, state, local, and administrative regulations.

Public Affairs - Mr. Gene Lepley

Public Affairs - Mr. Gene Lepley

The Public Affairs Unit provides information about the operations and personnel of the Richmond Police Department. The Unit responds to more than 200 media inquiries each month, both locally and nationally. A critical function of the Unit is responding to crime scenes to provide information and updates to the media.

Contact Information:

Richmond Police Dept.
City of Richmond
Emergency: 911
Non-Emergency or to file a Police Report: (804) 646-5100
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