Department of Police
Reynolds Police Presents Advance and Basic R.A.D. Classes
The Reynolds Police Department added a new class for Rape Aggressive Defense (R.A.D.). An advance R.A.D. class will begin on July 11, 2016 . The advance course is a 9 hour training program that enhances techniques learned in the basic class. The other two dates for the advance class is July 18 and 25, 2016. All classes begin at 2:00 p.m. and end at 5:00 p.m. Classes will be held at the DTC campus. Space is limited to 15 students. You must complete the basic R.A.D. course before registering for the advance course. Register here
If you missed the basic course, here is your chance to sign up. The Reynolds Police Department is hosting a basic R.A.D. course on September 12, 19, and 26, 2016. All classes begin at 2:00 p.m. and end at 5:00 p.m. The location has not been determined at this time. Participants must attend all three classes for certification. Space is limited to 15 students. Register here
Visit our R.A.D. webpage.
The J. Sargeant Reynolds Police Department uses the community-policing model to create partnerships with student, faculty, and staff. We recognize the importance of partnerships and collaboration with our college community members, by way of problem solving, communication and customer service. We will apply the best practices in emergency management for the safety and protection to our community.
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13th Annual Public Safety Bike Ride
On June 4, 2016 Reynolds Police Department participate with Richmond Police in giving out bicycles to 100 kids. The Reynolds Police DUI/Texting simulator was used at the event to help raise community awareness on the dangers of drinking/texting and driving. Way to go Sgt. Judon for participating.