Charlottesville Police Department

  • Agency: Charlottesville Police Department
  • Address: 606 E Market St, Charlottesville, 22902 VA
  • Chief: Timothy J Longo Sr (Chief of Police)

Charlottesville Police Department is located at 606 E Market St, Charlottesville, 22902 VA. The Chief of Police of the department is Timothy J Longo Sr. The Charlottesville Police Department phone number is 434-970-3280.

Charlottesville Police Department News

Some CPD officers will be sporting a new look for the winter while giving back to a good cause. The "Winter Wool" campaign will encourage officers to grow a beard (or cheer on someone who is!) and donate to the UVA Children's Hospital to help fight childhood cancer. Lapel pins and wrist bands will be given to all participants and donors - click the link below to support the campaign! 🧔👨

Hey Charlottesville, today is National "Coffee with a Cop" Day! Celebrate the day by sharing a cup of joe with our men and women of law enforcement! #CoffeeWithACopDay

Have you seen this person? If so, all Crime Stoppers at 434-977-4000

September is Bicyclist & Pedestrian Awareness month! As a reminder, Virginia law states that a driver “shall pass at a reasonable speed at least three feet to the left of the overtaken bicycle.” Slowing down and making sure to give enough space to vulnerable road users just makes sense. #BeSafe #BeSeen #SaveALife #3FeetToPass To learn more about bicyclist and pedestrian safety, click here:

The anniversary of a tragic event can cause a variety of feelings. If you’re having a difficult time around the anniversary of the August 11-12, 2017 events in #Cville, you can find emotional support resources at You are not alone. #ResilientCville

If you have videos/images relating to the events of this weekend we ask that you follow the link provided to submit your photos for review by law enforcement. You may give your contact information or simply remain anonymous. #ResilientCville

Law enforcement in #Cville has not sought to utilize the First United Methodist Church in downtown Charlottesville. A messaging campaign making the rounds on social media indicating that officers have been turned away this weekend is false.

Water Street remains closed to motor vehicles south of the Downtown Mall between 2nd Street and 10th Street. View map for details and detours.

With the current activity taking place along Water Street, law enforcement encourages all individuals to remain peaceful and observe all city and state laws. #ResilientCville

Effective 11:45AM, a closure of Water Street has been implemented in the interest of public safety. Motor vehicles are advised to avoid the area due to increased pedestrian activity. #ResilientCville

On August 12, 2017 #HeatherHeyer lost her life in #Charlottesville, VA. Today we remember her life and the strength of our community. #ResilientCville #NeverForget

Thomas Jefferson Medical Reserve Corps and Central VA Medical Reserve Corps will continue to offer free mental health services today. Click below for details! #ResilientCville

Access Points into the #Cville downtown security area will reopen tomorrow. The following items are prohibited... #ResilientCville

Access Points into the downtown security area will reopen tomorrow. The following items are prohibited...

Access Points into the downtown security area will reopen tomorrow. The following items are prohibited...

Please be advised there is increased activity on the #Cville Downtown Mall. Demonstration activity has moved into the area. #ResilientCville

Reminder about road closures and detours around UVA, starting at 6PM tonight. Check out this GoogleMap to see changes to routes.

New & CORRECTED information on 3 arrests made today by law enforcement in #Cvillle. Additional details in attached press release... #ResilientCville

Thanks to the #Cville community's incredible support and understanding, our city is truly proving to be #CvilleStrong. We are #ResilientCville and we are open for business.

Law enforcement have arrested 2 in #Cville Saturday: Algenon F. Cain, 28, of Red Springs, NC for trespassing & John P. Miska, 64, of Albemarle Co., Va., for disorderly conduct. Each released on a misdemeanor summons. (No mug shots taken for misdemeanors in VA). #ResilientCville