Remington Police Department

  • Agency: Remington Police Department
  • Address: 203 E. Main St., Remington, 22734 VA
  • Chief:
Phone: 540-439-0344

Remington Police Department is located at 203 E. Main St., Remington, 22734 VA. The Remington Police Department phone number is 540-439-0344.

Remington Police Department News

Please stop for School Buses!!

Please STAY SAFE during Halloween!

Looking forward to tomorrow!

With today being the 1st Day of School, please remember: WHEN YOU CAN & CAN NOT PASS A SCHOOL BUS

Pet Firework Safety

Dear neighbors, As you may be aware, we will be experiencing sweltering temperatures and we want to make sure you’re prepared to beat the heat. In extreme heat, evaporation is slowed and the body must work extra hard to maintain a normal temperature. This can lead to death by overworking the human body. Extreme heat can occur quickly and without warning, and older adults, children, and sick or overweight individuals are at greater risk from extreme heat. Below are 10 tips to help you, your family, and neighbors stay cool and safe: 1. Never leave a child, adult, or animal alone inside a vehicle on a warm day. 2. Find places with air conditioning. Libraries, shopping malls, and community centers can provide a cool place to take a break from the heat. 3. If you’re outside, find shade. Wear a hat wide enough to protect your face. 4. Wear loose, lightweight, light-colored clothing. 5. Drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated. If you or someone you care for is on a special diet, ask a doctor how best to accommodate it. 6. Do not use electric fans when the temperature outside is more than 95 degrees, as this could increase the risk of heat-related illness. Fans create air flow and a false sense of comfort but do not reduce body temperature. 7. Avoid high-energy activities. 8. Check yourself, family members, and neighbors for signs of heat-related illness. 9. Check on your pets-bring them inside and provide them with plenty of cool water 10. Know the signs of heat-related illnesses (see below). Here is how to recognize the signs of heat-related illness and the ways to respond to it: Heat cramps - - Signs: Muscle pains or spasms in the stomach, arms, or legs - Actions: Go to a cooler location. Remove excess clothing. Take sips of cool sports drinks with salt and sugar. Get medical help if cramps last more than an hour. Heat exhaustion - - Signs: Heavy sweating, paleness, muscle cramps, tiredness, weakness, dizziness, headache, nausea or vomiting, or fainting - Actions: Go to an air-conditioned place and lie down. Loosen or remove clothing. Take a cool bath. Take sips of cool sports drinks with salt and sugar. Get medical help if symptoms get worse or last more than an hour. Heat stroke - - Signs: Extremely high body temperature (above 103 degrees) taken orally; red, hot, and dry skin with no sweat; rapid, strong pulse; dizziness; confusion; or unconsciousness - Actions: Call 911 and get the person to a hospital immediately. Cool down with whatever methods are available until medical help arrives. Stay cool!

Remington Road Closed

AMBER Alert: The child is believed to have been abducted by Carl Ray Kennedy who was last seen driving the listed vehicle.

Come by E.Main St and Franklin in Remington for a quick meal! Burnt Ends BBQ LLC

Please contact the Sheriff's Office if you know where any of these people are!

Winter Weather Warning! Please do not go out unless you have to.

The Fauquier County Sheriff's Office and The Bridge Community Church will host “Safety & Security Awareness for Places of Worship” on Saturday, March 17, 2018 from 8:00am to 3:00pm. This program, developed for religious organizations, includes training topics covering suspicious activity reporting, citizen response, active shooters, safety and security, as well as crime prevention through environmental design. If you are a leader or represent leadership in your faith-based organization, we encourage you to attend this event!

Please remember when turning from Freemans Ford Road onto Route 29 to stay in the correct lane in order to not cause an accident.

Restoration efforts have been slower in Fauquier County, where 7,364 customers remain in the dark this morning.

Dangerously strong, and long-lasting winds coming - starting at, or soon after, midnight. Here's what to expect, & some actions to take to be ready.