Preparing for an emergency is a key step you can take to protect yourself and your family.
Mental Illness Crisis Team officers have received additional training to help individuals who may be in a mental health crisis.
The Harrisonburg Police Department is a member of the Northern Virginia Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and emphasizes the importance for familes to monitor and report any online behavior that might put a child in danger.
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.
The officers that work in Harrisonburg City Public Schools provide a vital service to the future of the youth in the area.
The Harrisonburg Auxiliary Police is a volunteer group of citizens who live or work in the City of Harrisonburg and provide additional assistance to HPD.
HPD's Traffic Unit is comprised of one Sergeant and three officers. The primary responsibility of the Traffic Unit is to promote highway safety through education, prevention, and the enforcement of traffic laws.
Follow Safety Sally on social media for safety tips to prevent unintentional injuries to members of the community, but especially children.
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.