Police

  1. protect your property

Protect Your Property

  • Remove valuables from your vehicles and always lock your doors
  • Keep home windows and doors locked at night and when you're not home
  • Keep extra keys and garage door remotes in a secure location

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.

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

Please connect with us to receive notification of department classes, events and news. You may also scroll through the "Latest News" below to find information about upcoming classes, events and news.
  1. Click It or Ticket - seat belt law enforcement

    Police Increase Traffic Enforcement During Thanksgiving Holiday

    Police traffic enforcement patrols will increase through Dec. 1. Read on...
  2. James City County Police Department patrol vehicle

    County Police Officers Recognized by LifeNet Health for Supporting Organ and Tissue Donation

    County Police Officers Recognized by LifeNet Health for supporting their organ and tissue donation program. Read on...
  3. Law Enforcement Center

    Police to Offer Citizens Police Academy

    Police are accepting applications for the Citizens Police Academy scheduled to begin on Feb. 21. Read on...
  4. James City County Police Department patrol vehicle

    Master Police Officer Zach Miller Recognized at Crime Lines' Top Cop Awards Dinner

    Master Police Officer Zach Miller Recognized at 17th Annual Greater Hampton Roads Regional Crime Lines’ Top Cop Awards Dinner on Nov. 4. Read on...
  5. Firearm Safety Class

    Police Offer Firearm Safety Courses

    Police are offering free firearm safety classes to the public in November and December. Read on...
  6. The Watch Dial

    The Watch Dial by JCCPD

    The Watch Dial is a quarterly newsletter published by James City County Police Department. Read on...
  7. Lock Your Car Doors

    Police Remind Citizens to Lock Vehicle Doors

    Larcenies from unlocked motor vehicles are one of the most prevalent crimes in the County. Always remove personal items from your vehicle and always lock your car doors. Read on...
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