Mental Illness Crisis Team officers have received additional training to help individuals who may be in a mental health crisis.
The Harrisonburg Community Cams Program allows residents and business owners to register the locations of their video surveillance systems with the Harrisonburg Police Department.
Pride, Accountability, Teamwork, Courage and Honor (P.A.T.C.H.) exemplify what is expected in a police officer and this camp will allow the HPD to interact with youth in a positive, friendly environment that develops trust while focusing on those five core values.
As HPD continues to build partnerships and relationships with the community, they also want citizens to understand some basic fundamental rights they have when encountering law enforcement.
Restorative Justice is an alternative approach to dealing with crime and wrongdoing that focuses on the often-ignored needs of victims, offenders and the community as a whole.
Help reduce the number of false alarm activations in the City by registering your alarms under the False Alarm Program.
The Harrisonburg Police Department recognizes seven geographic districts within the city which are overseen by Patrol Sergeants.
Patrol Operations are the backbone of the Police Department. Officers respond on a daily basis to calls for service from the public and handle varying situations that require quick thinking, professionalism and problem solving skills.
Insight to the organization and structure of the Harrisonburg Police Department.
The Harrisonburg Community Police Academy is an opportunity to learn more about the various jobs and duties of HPD, including hands-on experiences with different scenarios that officers could encounter.