Department of Police
Overview & Guidelines
At Reynolds, a safe and secure campus is a high priority. Campus awareness and cooperation, along with guidance and support of a well-trained and professional police staff, help to ensure a positive learning environment. The Reynolds Police Department is the first and currently only Virginia State community college to be accredited by the Virginia Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission.
Reynolds Police Officers undergo the same state mandated training and certification as officers working in cities, counties, and state police. In addition, Reynolds Police Officers are Crisis Intervention Trained (CIT). Reynolds Police Officers have full authority to make arrest, conduct criminal investigations, and perform other police duties.
Reynolds Police Department also employs non-sworn security officers that provide non-emergency services, such as transportation and escorts.
All calls for service should go through our Campus Police Emergency Communications Center:
Ext. 5911 from an on-campus phone.
Ext. 5219 from an on-campus phone.
Campus Police Locations
- Parham Road Campus/Police Headquarters
Burnette Hall, Suite 100
- Downtown Campus
1st floor lobby at the main entrance
- Goochland Campus
Main Lobby of Building C-20
- Response to calls for service
- Emergency Management
- Alert notifications system
- Found property
- Auto lockout services
- Auto vehicle jumps
- Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) training
- ID/Parking decals
- DUI/Texting simulator
- Clery and crime reporting
- Crime prevention and awareness training
The department maintains close contact with other law enforcement agencies to include: