Sign-up and receive email when crimes are committed in the North Downtown area at http://www.Charlottesville.org under Departments (Police).
On the “Police” home page in big red letters at the top click on “Crimeview” and apply.
You should start receiving email that lists the crimes within your area (Sign up for 1 mile radius.)
Personal property crimes appear to be on the increase. We have asked you to report it. If you choose not to call 911, you can call the police non-emergency number or report it on-line. (See below.)
He [Chief Longo] asks that we help by reporting the incidents: “It is important that all of these incidents get reported. Citizens can either call the non-emergency number at 434-977-9041, or go on line to our website www.charlottesville,org/police and report incidents on-line.”
PLEASE, please report any crime to city police, no matter how small.
- Police can establish crime patterns
- Increase patrol where crime increases
- Crime statistics data
- Support Chief Logo’s request for increase funding
Council allocates funds for festivals, but not public safety needs.
On the City’s Annual Survey, “Public Safety” is always one of the top three. The funding is not commensurate with the need.