Culpeper Police Department

  • Agency: Culpeper Police Department
  • Address: 740 Old Brandy Road, Culpeper, 22701 VA
  • Chief: Daniel V Boring (Chief of Police)
Phone: (540) 727-3430
Fax: (540) 727-7528

Culpeper Police Department is located at 740 Old Brandy Road, Culpeper, 22701 VA. The Chief of Police of the department is Daniel V Boring. The Culpeper Police Department phone number is (540) 727-3430.

Culpeper Police Department News

There are two types of people in this world: those that like doughnuts and those in denial. You see which category we fall in. #NationalDoughnutDay #NoShame

Congratulations to our Explorers on completing their week of training! The group had hands on training that included CPR and rescue, DUI and crash investigations, deploying spike strips, defensive driving, computer investigations, evidence management, and dispatching. They took tours of our Communications Center, detectives investigation area, and met with Chief Jenkins to learn about being the Chief Of Police. Interested in joining our Explorer Program? Stop by our Records department to pick up an application! Questions about our Explorer Program? Contact Master Police Officer M. Grant at 540-727-3430x5575

If you deal with cash, please take a minute to educate yourself to help avoid receiving counterfeit money. If you suspect that you've received a counterfeit note, please report it immediately to your local police as soon as possible. For your personal safety. . . PLEASE: -DO NOT put yourself in danger. -DO NOT return the bill to the passer. -Delay the person passing the fake bill with some excuse, if possible. -Observe the passer's description - and their companions' descriptions - and write down their vehicle license plate numbers if you can. -DO NOT handle the counterfeit note. Place it inside a protective cover, a plastic bag, or envelope to protect it. -Surrender the note or coin ONLY to a properly identified police officer or a Secret Service Special Agent, or mail it to your nearest U.S. Secret Service field office. Source:

**Update at 11pm** The following roads and intersections have been closed: -Brandy Rd between Rice Tires and Brandy Station -Carpenters Branch Rd -Carrico Mills Rd between Brandy Station and Stevensburg/Rt. 3 -Greens Corner at Glen Ella -Greens Corner at Stevensburg -Stevensburg Rd to the York Rd area -Bel Pre Rd and Normans Ln -18400-block of Auburn Rd -Berry Hill Farm Dr (at the sharp curve) -Autumn Rd at Glebe Farm Rd Please be advised that there are reports of flooding in the Brandy Station area and the Virginia Department of Transportation is closing roads. If you must travel tonight, do not attempt to cross any roads that are covered in water. To report any flooded roadways, contact our Communications Center at 540-727-7900.

Culpeper is currently under a flash flood watch until 10pm tonight by the National Weather Service. Rain is predicted to continue all through the weekend. As neighboring jurisdictions continue to recovered from heavy rain falls, flooding, and mud slides, we'd like to remind everyone to pay attention to weather reports and to never attempt to cross a road covered in water. All it takes is six inches of fast moving water to knock over and carry away an adult. 12 inches of fast moving water can carry away a small car. 18-24 inches of fast moving water can carry away most large SUVs,vans, and trucks. To stay up to date on weather and alerts, visit Road Closed Photo: The Light and Champion newspaper

What is the Warm Line (1-833-626-1490)? Warm Line is an alternative to a crisis line that is run by peers with lived experience with mental health and substance use issues. Individuals calling a warm line talk about practically anything, from stressors in their lives to feelings of hopelessness and helplessness. The warm line provides individuals an opportunity to get things off their chest and get feedback from individuals who may have had similar experiences. All calls are confidential, so feel free to tell us what’s on your mind. What Is the Cost? The Warm Line is made possible through the collaboration of various mental health and substance use agencies. There is never any cost for a call to the Regional Warm Line.

Thank you Culpeper Star-Exponent news for highlighting the importance of crisis intervention training for all of our officers!

An important message from the FBI that we hope you haven't missed!

On this #MemorialDay we remember and honor the brave men and women who have given the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country. #HonorTheFallen

It's almost the end of the month! Avoid a ticket by making sure that your state inspection and plate registration are up to date!

In honor of Memorial Day, this morning Ofc. Lombard and Ofc. Smith helped place American flags at the grave sites in Culpeper National Cemetery. We are proud to help honor and remember all those who have given their lives for our country.

In honor and observation of Memorial Day, our offices and front lobby will be closed on Monday, May 28th. They will reopen on Tuesday, May 29th at 8am. Our officers will still be out on patrol and available by calling our Communications Center at 540-727-7900.

Thank you Culpeper Times for covering this very special moment for our agency!

There is a growing trend nationwide of citizens receiving fraudulent phone calls from people claiming to be affiliated with law enforcement. Similar to the IRS scam, calls threatening that you’ll be arrested can be really stressful. They are designed to make people panic. You or someone you know might have received phone calls from someone claiming to be the Police Department, Sheriff’s Department, DEA or even the FBI. When you get calls like this don’t trust them. The caller demands money and threatens legal trouble if funds are not sent. Most alarming is that caller ID shows the name and phone number from a legitimate police agency. Neither the Culpeper Police Department nor any law enforcement agency will ever call someone demanding money. Even if the caller provides sensitive information (last four digits of social security number, address, date of birth, etc.) do not provide additional information to them; this is part of the scam. If you receive a call like this, do not send money. If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call our Communications Center at 540-727-7900.

We have a blast at this year's Fireman's Parade! There were over 150 entries this year and we enjoyed seeing each one going down Main St!

***News Release*** Culpeper Police Disarm Suicidal Subject Using Less Lethal Technology On May 23, 2018 at approximately 8:37 pm, the Culpeper Police Department received a call from the Crisis Intervention Center located near Novant/UVA Health System-Culpeper Medical Center for a subject at this location with armed shotgun and threatening suicide. Upon arrival, Officer located at 22-year old male in the parking lot armed with a shotgun and experiencing a mental health crisis. The subject was pointing the shotgun at his head and threatening to kill himself if officers approached. Officers on scene utilized crisis intervention training and negotiated with the subject for over 40 minutes. The subject refused to drop the shotgun during these negotiation attempts. Officers on scene then deployed the less than lethal impact munitions or bean bag round striking the subject. The subject dropped the weapon, fell to the ground, and was taken into custody by officers on scene. Officers on scene administered first aid to the subject and he was treated for minor injuries at the hospital. No officers or civilians in the area were injured during this incident. Detectives from the Culpeper Police Department responded to process the scene and conduct a follow up investigation. After being taken into custody, the subject was evaluated by a mental health professional and is currently being treated for this mental health crisis at a mental health facility. Chief Jenkins stated, “We see our officers in critical and high stress situations on a regular basis and this just shows their level of professionalism.” Chief Jenkins added, “This is an excellent example of how crisis intervention training and less than lethal technology helped our officers resolve a very dangerous situation. This situation could have certainly ended badly, but our officers used the training they had received to resolve this incident without anyone getting seriously injured or killed. We are hopeful that this young man will receive the treatment that he needs to overcome the crisis he was facing last evening.” Chief Jenkins stated, “We also thank the Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office for their assistance during this incident.”

Thank you Culpeper Media Network for covering our recent promotional ceremony!

"Only 15 minutes after she told me she loved me, she was ejected more than 50 feet from the car that was taking her and her friends to the Senior prom...I want teenagers to know that they are not invincible...I want people to hug their loved ones and tell them EVERY DAY that you love them, you never know when it could be your last." #BuckleUp #NoGoodExcuse #ArriveAlive

Congratulations to Officer C. DeJarnette and Explorer Ashley Burgos for your awards! We are proud to have both of you as a part of our agency and community! Last night, the Salem Ruritan Club honored select members of our Public Safety community. Recognition is given to those employees who have stood out in their field and displayed an exemplary work ethic, devotion to duty, and personal risk. Officer DeJarnette was honored as the Culpeper PD Officer of the Year. Explorer Burgos was recognized as the Culpeper PD Explorer of the Year.

Thursday, May 24th is the Fireman's Parade, one our largest annual parades! Road closures will begin in the downtown area around 4pm. If you must travel through town, please allow yourself ample travel time due to the closures and increased vehicle and pedestrian traffic.

Nearly 27.5 million people don't buckle up. Don’t leave a loved one behind. Save your life by wearing a seat belt. #BuckleUp #NoGoodExcuse

A new Virginia law will require all children under the age of 2 or who are below the manufacturer’s suggested weight limit to be placed in a rear-facing car seat. The new law, House Bill 708, will go into effect next year on July 1, 2019. The American Academy of Pediatrics produced an online video (below) that shows the proper way to install such seats. If you'll like help installing a seat or want to check that your child is in the correct seat for them, call 540-727-3430 to schedule a free appointment with one of our certified car seat installation technicians.

East Chandler Street Utility Work Dominion Energy will be performing utility work on East Chandler Street Sunday 5/20/18 through Tuesday 5/22/18 from 7:30AM to 6PM daily. On Sunday, 5/201/8, there will be no lane closures, however please expect delays due to personnel, equipment, and deliveries arriving throughout the day. On Monday, 5/21/18, there will be intermittent single lane traffic with flagging crews on site to safely move traffic through the corridor. On Tuesday, 5/22/18, all traffic will be closed from Electric Ave to East Street. Local traffic for residents will be available. Motorists and local residents should expect delays and seek an alternate route during this electrical work. Contact: Mike Stover, Director of Light and Power Phone: 540-825-8165

A train traveling at 55 miles per hour takes a mile—the length of 18 football fields or more—to come to a stop once the emergency brakes are applied. Avoid walking down railroad tracks or trying to slip through a railroad crossing that has the arm bars down, even if you think you have enough time to safety cross.