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Police Reports, Records and Freedom of Information Act

available via mail   Via Mail
available in person   In Person

Publicly available police records may be requested from the Henrico Police Criminal Records Unit. Please note that all police records are subject to the stipulations of the Virginia Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). That means information of a personal, medical, or financial nature may be withheld if it would jeopardize the safety or privacy of the individuals involved. This form may be turned in, in person, at the Public Safety Building located at 7721 E Parham Road, Henrico, VA 23294.

How to Request Police Records

  • In Person: Henrico Police Criminal Records is open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and located at 7721 E. Parham Road, Henrico, VA 23228
  • By Phone: Call Henrico Police Criminal Records at (804) 501-4809
  • By Mail: Mail your request using the forms below to Henrico County Police Division, Criminal Records Unit, PO Box 90775, Henrico, VA 23273-0775

Frequently Requested Records and Fees

  • Traffic Accident Report – $5.00
  • Accident Photographs – $15.00 per CD
  • Criminal Record Check – $5.00
  • Incident/Offense Report  – $10.00
  • Records of Arrest – $5.00
  • Crime Statistics – $18.00 per hour Note: Before submitting your request, check to see if the information is already been published in our Crime Statistics or Public Data

Forms to Use When Requesting Records


  • Payment for reports or records may be made in cash or by check or money order made payable to the County of Henrico. The Police Records Unit only accepts debit cards. There is no additional fee for using the debit card payment system. The Police Records Unit does not accept credit cards and cannot process your debit card as a credit card. 

Still have questions?

Please call the Henrico Police Criminal Records Unit at (804) 501-4809 with any questions.

How to Receive this Service

Traffic Accident Report: Any person involved or injured in the accident, his/her attorney, or the person’s insurance company may receive a copy of the accident report. A driver’s license or other picture identification must be presented prior to reports being released. Some requests for reports may also be handled by mail. Please call 501-4809 for more information. 

Criminal Record Check: The record subject must appear in person at the Public Safety Building in order to initiate a criminal record check. The requester must present two (2) forms of identification, one of which must be a photo identification. The only acceptable forms of identification are current driver’s license, passport, birth certificate, military identification or social security card. This transcript will show ONLY offenses for which you WERE NOT fingerprinted, offenses ONLY in Henrico County, and DOES NOT include traffic or juvenile offenses. More extensive criminal information must be obtained from the State Police headquarters on Midlothian Turnpike. Traffic offense transcripts can be obtained from Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).

Traffic accident and incident report requests are only available in person or by mail. Please call 804-501-4809 for more information. 

Incident/Offense Reports: The majority of incident reports may be released to the victim or reporting person. In cases involving loss of or damaged property, the report may also be released to the insurance company. Occasionally, there will be a delay in receiving the report because the officer or investigator’s approval to release the report may be necessary. A photo identification, such as a driver’s license, must be presented prior to receiving reports.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA): While FOIA provides for the release of many records, there are some exceptions in the law that allow the Police Division to withhold records in whole or in part. As examples, the law allows the Police Division to withhold certain records concerning juveniles, criminal investigative files, and noncriminal records that contain identifying information of a personal, medical, or financial nature where the release of such information would jeopardize the safety or privacy of any person. If the Police Division withholds records you request, you will be informed of what was withheld and why. FOIA allows a reasonable fee to be charged to the requester. This fee will not exceed the actual cost incurred in accessing, duplicating, supplying, or searching for the requested records.

Please remember to bring all the required documents and identification with you. We cannot process your request without them.  Alternatively, this may be submitted by email at [email protected]

Contact Us

Police Records Unit
(804) 501-4809
[email protected]


7721 E. Parham Rd.
Henrico, VA 23294

Police Non-Emergency
(804) 501-5000
General Information
(804) 501-4800

[email protected]

Mailing Address
P. O. Box 90775
Henrico, VA 23273-0775

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