Crime Prevention

Protecting ourselves and our property is a community effort. If you see something, say something

Considering the volume of service calls every day, the police simply can’t be everywhere at once, so they depend on the help of residents to keep them informed of what is happening. Our vigilance helps them keep our neighborhood safe.

 

There are many ways you can help:

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See Something Say Something
surveillance camera

 

Report ALL incidents to the police:

If an incident is not reported, the police do not know about it and resources will be allocated elsewhere. We have several reporting options:

In Person: Call the Norfolk Non-Emergency number (757-441-5610) and an officer will come out to take the report.

Online:  Citizen’s Online Reporting System 
Phone: CopLogic Online Citizen’s Reporting Tool 1-844-801-2190 

 

Report any suspicious activity to the police:

If you see a crime in progress, call 911. To report suspicious activity, call the Norfolk Police Non-Emergency number at 757-441-5610.

 

Virtual Neighborhood Watch:

If you have surveillance cameras around your property, you can use those cameras to help the Norfolk Police Department fight crime! Register your cameras with NPD online. If a crime occurs nearby, police will know to ask registered residents to check for video that may help in apprehending a suspect.

Crime Prevention Resources

car break-in

With the shorter days of winter months upon us, it is even more important to be mindful of streetlight outages in our neighborhoods.

car break in

With the shorter days of winter months upon us, it is even more important to be mindful of streetlight outages in our neighborhoods.

Catalytic Converter Theft

What makes a car attractive to thieves? This exhaust system part can often be removed in minutes and sold for fast cash.

broken streetlight

With the shorter days of winter months upon us, it is even more important to be mindful of streetlight outages in our neighborhoods.

News & Resources

renovations

The Process For an Addition or Renovation to My Home

Sean Washington, Executive Director of the Norfolk Economic Development Authority (EDA), gave CPRV civic league meeting attendees at Kingdom Embassy Ministries a brief introduction to plans for a pilot program aimed at boosting four (4) commercial corridors within the city of Norfolk (to include

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Commercial Corridor Pilot

Commercial Corridor Pilot

Sean Washington, Executive Director of the Norfolk Economic Development Authority (EDA), gave CPRV civic league meeting attendees at Kingdom Embassy Ministries a brief introduction to plans for a pilot program aimed at boosting four (4) commercial corridors within the city of Norfolk (to include

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