Please use these resources to help identify a scam, and to know what to do if you are a victim of fraud, identity theft, or a scam.
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.
The purpose of this committee is to provide a forum for citizen input, provide a formalized process for citizens and police to work together effectively, identify community problems, identify potential problem areas concerning police services and ensure that an adequate cross section of citizens and businesses are represented.
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.
The Harrisonburg Police Department's Explorers are a group of young men and women who are committed to their community and aspire to a future career in law enforcement.
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.
All community members are invited to the Coffee with a Cop event to discuss community issues, build relationships, and drink coffee with officers from the Harrisonburg Police Department.
National Night Out is a unique crime and drug prevention event sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch.