South Hill Police Department

  • Agency: South Hill Police Department
  • Address: 103 S Brunswick Ave, South Hill, 23970 VA
  • Chief: Norman Hudson (Chief of Police)
Phone: 434-447-3104

South Hill Police Department is located at 103 S Brunswick Ave, South Hill, 23970 VA. The Chief of Police of the department is Norman Hudson. The South Hill Police Department phone number is 434-447-3104.

South Hill Police Department News

Memorial Day safety tips.

The VSP has released the 2017 crime report for Virginia.

Fingerprinting taught to 4th graders!

Thanks to Angela Wright with AmeriCare Plus for dropping off a bucket of snacks for our officers.

We would like to welcome Nathan Bowen to the South Hill PD. He was sworn in by Mayor Marion this week and will start with SHPD later this month.

From VDOT : Here are roads we have closed or are in the process of closing: 655, Chalk Level Rd. between 47 and 659, Hill Side Rd. 695- hanford road between 49 &688 skipwith 686- esnoon road between 688 &92 671 Counrty Club Road between 679 &660 680 Sweet water lane- between 671 &600 600 Draper road between 680 &671 677 Wilkerson Rd between 688&691 677 Mt. Pleasant Rd. between 92 and 660 660 between 760&662 682 Finneywood rd. between 682 For Mitchell and47 682 Fort Mitchel between hwy 49 and 682 Finneywood 675 Hayes mill rd. between 677 easters and 678 landfill 677 easters rd. between 675 hayes mill and 660 old cox Stay Safe,

Today SHPD held its annual promotional and awards ceremony as part of Police week. Congratulations to these officers and civilians who we recognized and thank you for your service to our community.

It was a pleasure to read a story at the R T Arnold library yesterday in observance of National Police Officer week. We hope these positive community relations last a lifetime with these young ones!

Congratulations to Corporal Tony Solomon for being awarded the American Legion medal of Valor for his actions that saved a life last year.

Since it’s police week we asked some of South Hill’s officers, “What does it mean to you to be a police officer?” Thanks to all for humoring me.

Police Week

STOLEN VEHICLE Sometime between the hours of 11pm May 11th and 6am May 12th a 1996 Ford F150 long bed pickup truck was stolen from a residence. The license plate is Virginia - VZK-9582. The top color is green and the bottom color is white. There is a metal toolbox in the rear. On the front windshield, behind the rearview mirror are two stickers, Yeti and Costa. If you have any information about or see this vehicle please contact 911, the SHPD at 434-447-3104, or you can send an anonymous tip via text message to the South Hill Police Department, text the keyword SHPDTIP and your tip to 847411.

Your South Hill First Responders have a message for you.

******UPDATE****** Eric Robinson was taken into custody in the 1800 Block of N. Mecklenburg by SHPD around 7:30 this evening. Thanks to VSP and Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office for assisting. ******Press Release****** Officers from the SHPD responded to a burglar alarm at Dollar General store (301 E. Atlantic St.) at approximately 3:15 a.m. Based on the observation of a vehicle leaving the area as units arrived and surveillance footage information was developed on a suspect. A short time later a search warrant was executed at the suspects residence on Windsor Street. At this location evidence from the breaking and entering was seized, namely the store's safe and suspect vehicle. The suspect has pending charges for a separate prior offense and charges for this incident are forthcoming. The suspect is still at large and is identified as Eric Robinson, 28 year old black male who has been living on Windsor Street in South Hill. If you have information about Robinson’s location please call 911, the SHPD at 434-447-3104 and speak with Det. C.D. Watters or you can send an anonymous tip via text message to the South Hill Police Department, text the keyword SHPDTIP and your tip to 847411."

Our Blue Story. We refuse to let hate live and love die!

Today we remember JOSEPH ASBURY DENNIS, JR. South Hill Patrolman Joseph Dennis was shot and killed May 10, 1953, after responding to a report that a man had shot and killed his wife. While he and other officers approached the residence the suspect opened fire with a shotgun, fatally wounding Patrolman Dennis. Other officers stormed the house and fatally wounded the suspect. Patrolman Dennis had only been with the agency for five months.