Department of Police


All faculty and staff can now have ID's print at the Parham Road Campus, Burnette Hall Room 100.  We are still unable to print ID cards at the Downtown Campus.  We will continue to update our webpage when the DTC printer is repaired.  Student IDs can only be printed at the PRC campus at this time.   We apologize for the inconvenience.

Reynolds Police Presents Fall Basic R.A.D. Classes

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

If you would like additional information on R.A.D. email Sergeant William Judon or Sergeant Kimberly Tall-Bryant.

Visit our R.A.D. webpage.

Our Mission

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.

Our Vision

To afford our college community the opportunity to learn, teach, and succeed in a safe learning and working environment.

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Reynolds Police VDEM

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Reynolds Police Car Community Events 

National Night Out Kick-Off

On Saturday July 30, 2016 Reynolds Police Department participate with Richmond Police in the National Night Out Kick-Off at the Target store on Forest Hill Ave.  The Reynolds Police  DUI/Texting simulator was used at the event to help raise community awareness on the dangers of drinking/texting and driving.  

Look for the car and test drive the simulator at 2600 Nine Mile Road on August 2, 2016 during National Night Out.  

If you would like the DUI/Texting Driving Simulator to come to your school or event, contact Sgt. William Judon at 523-5376 or email