Colonial Beach Police Department

  • Agency: Colonial Beach Police Department
  • Address: 907 McKinney Blvd, Colonial Beach, 22443 VA
  • Chief: Kenneth W. Blevins, Sr. (Chief of Police)

Colonial Beach Police Department is located at 907 McKinney Blvd, Colonial Beach, 22443 VA. The Chief of Police of the department is Kenneth W. Blevins, Sr.. The Colonial Beach Police Department phone number is (804) 493-8066.

Colonial Beach Police Department News

On September 28th, 2018 Colonial Beach Police Officer R.D.Moore received the Virginia MADD award from the Mothers Against Drunk Driving, along with Rappahannock Area ASAP. We are extremely honored to have Officer Moore with the Colonial Beach Police Department along with his enforcement efforts to keep impaired drivers off the road. Thank you for your service and congratulations Officer Moore! 👮‍♂️ Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)

Last week the Colonial Beach Police Department received a call for service reference to an injured bird. After receiving the call, a wildlife rescue center was called and agreed to take the bird to rehabilitate. When we arrived on scene the bird was discovered to be a Bald Eagle, and also had an injury, where it could not fly. Brave citizens and our local Assistant Rescue Chief carefully rescued the bird with out any injuries (to them or the bird). Thank you to the many citizens that called and that did not touch or further stress this beautiful bird.

It was a hot/rainy evening but there was fun to be had still for National Night Out!

While on patrol today our officers were able to community police with a different species of citizen...the #BlueandGoldMacaw (He was a little photo shy at first 🙂)

The Colonial Beach Police Department sends healing prayers and support to a fellow officer with the Fredericksburg Police Department. To all other law enforcement responding, stay safe and our thoughts are with you and your agencies as you pursue/investigate this incident.

Missing Person Press Release July 6th 2018 The Colonial Beach Police Department took a report for a missing person on July 2nd 2018. Officers immediately took the necessary steps to begin efforts to locate the missing subject. After a continuous investigation, the Colonial Beach Police Department was notified by Richmond County Sheriff’s Office that a vehicle matching the description of the missing person was located. This call came in to the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office in the early morning hours of July 4th 2018. The vehicle was located and recovered from a body of water in Richmond County. Shortly after the vehicle was removed it was confirmed as the missing persons registered vehicle. Authorities then identified the occupant inside as the resident reported missing from Colonial Beach, Virginia. The motor vehicle crash and the missing person report are both being actively investigated. The Colonial Beach Police Department would like to respect the family in this time of mourning. We would also like to formally thank all the surrounding agencies that have assisted through this investigation. If anyone has any information about the investigation please contact the Colonial Beach Police Department at (804)-224-7612 (Mon.-Fri .9am-5pm) or (804)-493-8066 (24 hours).

As many citizens have noticed, the roads are being improved here in the Town of Colonial Beach. Tomorrow, June 29th 2018 starting at approximately 7:00 am Franklin Street will be closed due to paving. Franklin Street will be closed from Jackson Street all the way to Washington Street. Thank you for your patience as the Town works to improve our roadways.

Road Closure Update Please don't forget to properly secure your child, even while you are on your golf carts. Travel safely Colonial Beach!

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On June 7th The Colonial Beach Police Department hosted their annual Law Enforcement Torch run for the Special Olympics. We thank all of those who volunteered and participated in the event. The 1,900-mile, 8-day Torch Run involves more than 2,000 law enforcement officers and personnel representing more than 300 law enforcement agencies across Virginia all raising awareness and funds for the Virginia Special Olympics. The Special Olympics Summer Games took place in Richmond June 8th and 9th.

The Colonial Beach Police Department was honored to meet and assist in escorting Governor Ralph Northam to Denson's Grocery and R&B Oyster Bar on Friday. On May 25th 2018, Governor Northam, Delegate Margaret Bevans Ransone, and Senator Richard H. Stuart were all present as Governor Northam signed bill, HB1404, authorizing the sale of Snakehead fish by licensed retailers and restaurants.