Lieutenant Tony Dallman
Lieutenant 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. He worked midnight shift for four years as the Midnight Shift supervisor, then spent two years as the day shift supervisor. Lieutenant Dallman has been in his current assignment as the Community Service Unit Supervisor since 2006. In his current assignment he supervises five crime prevention officers and five school resource officers. Lieutenant Dallman has a bachelor’s degree in Physics from Mary Washington College and is currently working on his Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice Administration. He is a graduate of the Virginia Police Chief’s Foundation Professional Executive Leadership School. He is a radar instructor, taser instructor, internal affairs investigator, and a crisis/hostage negotiator. Lieutenant Dallman lives in James City County with his wife and two sons.