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Police Department

4600 Opportunity Way

Williamsburg, VA 23188

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Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 8784
Williamsburg, VA 23187

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P: 757-253-1800
F: 757-229-8729

 

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jamescitycountyva.gov

 

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Command Staff

 

Chief Rinehimer

 

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Chief Bradley J. Rinehimer

Chief Rinehimer has been with James City County Police Department since 1995. He has served for the last seven years as the Division Commander for Community Services, Administrative Services, Colonial Community Corrections and Records.


Chief Rinehimer has worked in most areas of the department and has been in a number of positions, to include Patrol Officer, School Resource Officer, Community Services Officer, Assistant SWAT Team Commander, and Community Services Lieutenant. He also served as Commander for both the Uniform and Investigations divisions.


During his police career, Chief Rinehimer successfully completed a Bachelor’s degree program in Criminology from St. Leo University. He also completed a Master’s degree program through the University of Cincinnati. Chief Rinehimer is a graduate of the 234th session of the FBI National Academy, the FBI’s Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar, and the VACP/VCPF Professional Executive Leadership School at the University of Richmond.

 

Prior to joining James City County Police Department, Chief Rinehimer served four years in the United States Navy as a Submarine Nuclear Propulsion Plant Mechanical Operator.

 

Deputy Chief Stan Stout

 

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Deputy Chief Stan Stout

Deputy Chief Stout has been with James City County Police Department since 1989.  In addition to being the Deputy Chief of Police, he serves has the Uniform Division Commander. For seven years prior to this assignment, Deputy Chief Stout was the Commander of the Investigations Division.  Deputy Chief Stout also served as the department’s Public Information Officer for three years and as the Internal Affairs Coordinator. 

 

Deputy Chief Stout has worked in both patrol and investigations.  He has also been the Commander of the department’s SWAT Team, and the supervisor of the Midnight and Day Shifts.  Deputy Chief Stout was assigned to the Colonial Narcotics Enforcement Task Force and worked narcotics and vice for five years prior to being promoted to the rank of Lieutenant and returning to the Uniform Division. 

 

Deputy Chief Stout holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the Virginia Military Institute and a Master of Science degree in the Administration of Criminal Justice from Troy University.   Deputy Chief Stout is also a graduate of the University of Richmond’s Professional Executive Leadership School and FBI’s Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar.  Prior to coming to James City County, Chief Stout served in the United States Army as an Airborne Ranger Infantry Officer and reached the rank of Major.

 

Deputy Chief Stout is currently serving on the Middle Peninsula Juvenile Detention Commission and on the Colonial Area Family and Intimate Partner Violence Fatality Review Team.  Deputy Chief Stout has received the honor of James City County’s “Police Officer of the Year” Award in 1992 and the Daughter of the American Revolution “Police Officer of the Year” Award in 1995.

 


Major Rubino

 

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Major Stephen Rubino

Major Rubino has been with James City County Police Department since 1987 and currently serves as the Investigations Division Commander. He is the Department’s Public Information Officer and Internal Affairs Coordinator.

 

Major Rubino has also been in charge of the Uniform Division and the Community & Administrative Services Division. He has served as a Police Officer, Senior Police Officer, and Investigator. He has been a Sergeant assigned to Uniform Patrol on Day Shift and a Lieutenant on Evening Shift. He has been a member of the Department’s SWAT Team and has served as a Sniper, Assistant Commander and Team Commander. He holds many specialty instructor certifications to include ASP Baton, Chemical Weapons, Firearms, Homeland Defense and Less Lethal.

 

Major Rubino has a Master’s degree in Criminal Justice from Troy University, a Bachelor’s degree in Criminology from St. Leo University and an Associate’s degree in Police Science from Thomas Nelson Community College. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, the Virginia Forensic Science Academy, and the Professional Executive Leadership School at the University of Richmond. He previously served in the United States Air Force as a Law Enforcement Specialist.

 

Major Anthoney Dallman

 

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Major Anthony Dallman

Major Anthony G. “Tony”  Dallman has worked for the James City County Police Department since 1995. He started his career in the Patrol Division and after 5 years as a patrol officer he was promoted to Sergeant and then Lieutenant in 2001, and was promoted to Major in April 2014. He has spent a total of 8 years as a supervisor in the Patrol Division on all three patrol shifts, and 6 years as the Community Services Unit supervisor.

Major Dallman has served in a variety of roles in the Department including Patrol Officer, Radar Instructor, Taser Instructor, Field Training Officer, Internal Affairs Investigator, and Crisis Negotiator. He is a Certified Crime Prevention Specialist. In his current assignment he is the Community and Administrative Services Division Commander.

Major Dallman has a bachelor’s degree in Physics from Mary Washington College and completed his Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice in 2013. He is a graduate of the Virginia Police Chief’s Foundation Professional Executive Leadership School and will be attending the 257th session of the FBI National Academy in the summer of 2014.