Chase City Police Department

  • Agency: Chase City Police Department
  • Address: 319 North Main Street, Chase City, 23924 VA
  • Chief: J A Jordan (Chief of Police)
Phone: (434) 372-5136
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Chase City Police Department is located at 319 North Main Street, Chase City, 23924 VA. The Chief of Police of the department is J A Jordan. The Chase City Police Department phone number is (434) 372-5136.

Chase City Police Department News

The beards are growing!!!! Help us raise money for a good cause. Picture updates soon!

Bethel Baptist Church brought care to each officer today. Thank you from each officer here!

****Attention**** The Chase City Police Department will be participating in NO SHAVE NOVEMBER! The Officers will be raising money for the Mecklenburg County Cancer Society and the Chase City Police Department Crime Prevention Fund. Officers have to pay an entry fee to participate and there are several stipulations that they have to follow. We will post pictures of the officers through out the month. The only requirement we ask is that you name the officer you want to sponsor when you make a donation. Make donations at the Chase City Police Department Monday thru Friday 8;30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. or at Town hall Monday thru Friday 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. The officers are excited to have the opportunity. We are also currently looking for a sponsor for this event. Someone who will match the money raised. If anyone is interested, get in touch with Sgt. Stembridge.

Great night at Trunk or Treat in Chase City!

I did t have time for a video today I’ll try to get one up tomorrow. The Chase City Police Department will be taking donations of candy this year again for us to hand out during trunk or treat. We had several people tell us last year they were glad to see us doing this activity because they were unable to set up. So please help us give back to the community. You can bring your donations by the Police Department Monday - Friday 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Thank you! Sgt. Stembridge!

The Sheriff's Office has been receiving numerous reports from the Chase City and Clarksville areas the last two days with scam calls claiming to be the IRS. Citizens please be aware and pass the word along to your family and friends if they receive these calls not call these numbers back or give out any personal information. They are using caller ID spoofing so there is no way the Sheriff's office can trace these calls. For more, visit “Tax Scams and Consumer Alerts” on IRS.gov. Scammers make unsolicited calls. Thieves call taxpayers claiming to be IRS officials. They demand that the victim pay a bogus tax bill. They con the victim into sending cash, usually through a prepaid debit card or wire transfer. They may also leave “urgent” callback requests through phone “robo-calls,” or via phishing email. Callers try to scare their victims. Many phone scams use threats to intimidate and bully a victim into paying. They may even threaten to arrest, deport or revoke the license of their victim if they don’t get the money. Scams use caller ID spoofing. Scammers often alter caller ID to make it look like the IRS or another agency is calling. The callers use IRS titles and fake badge numbers to appear legitimate. They may use the victim’s name, address and other personal information to make the call sound official. Cons try new tricks all the time. Some schemes provide an actual IRS address where they tell the victim to mail a receipt for the payment they make. Others use emails that contain a fake IRS document with a phone number or an email address for a reply. These scams often use official IRS letterhead in emails or regular mail that they send to their victims. They try these ploys to make the ruse look official. The IRS will not: Call you to demand immediate payment. The IRS will not call you if you owe taxes without first sending you a bill in the mail. Demand that you pay taxes and not allow you to question or appeal the amount you owe. Require that you pay your taxes a certain way. For instance, require that you pay with a prepaid debit card. Ask for your credit or debit card numbers over the phone. Threaten to bring in police or other agencies to arrest you for not paying.

The Two EMERGENCY SHELTERS for Mecklenburg County (Chase City Rescue Squad, 335 Mecklenburg Dr, Chase City, VA 23924 and Southside Rescue Squad, 810 W Atlantic St, South Hill, VA 23970) will be opening Friday, September 14, 2018 at 10AM. These shelters are for emergency only i.e.: something has happened to your house and you don’t have anywhere to go or you have a medical device that requires electricity and your power is out. THESE SHETLERS WERE NOT DESIGNED TO PROVIDE STORM PROTECTION! Stay safe, Jon Taylor Emergency Services Coordinator

A message from Jon Taylor, Mecklenburg Emergency Services Director. The predictions overnight have shifted the storm to a more southernly track where it slows as it approaches the North Carolina Coast then jogging down into South Carolina and moving west from there. If it continues on that track it could reduce the potential damage to our area. The change in the potential track reduces the predicted rainfall in our area to 4" to 6" and reduces our chances of tropical storm force winds to the 40 to 50 percent range. Although, this is better news for our area WE DO NOT NEED TO DROP OUR GUARD! the potential track of this storm has changed more than a few times and it has been very difficult for the experts to predict its path and it could change again! Be safe!