Our Services

VSTOP Program

 Putting an end Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking! Virginia VINE Services assist victims by allowing them to check on the status of a offender. Sign up for notification at www.vinelink.com or by calling    1-800-467-4943.

Accident Reports

 As part of our participation in the CARFAX Police Crash Assistance program, all crash reports for the Lawrenceville Police Department are now available for purchase online. You’ll save a trip to the station, postage, or a phone call when you buy from our new online accident report distribution site. 

National Night Out

National Night Out is an unique crime/drug prevention event. We cordially invite you to be a part of our NIGHT OUT team. Contact us for more information. 

How To Report a Crime

 In the event you witness or need to report a crime or suspicious activity, Please contact Lawrenceville Police Department at 434-848-3133 or in an emergency Dial 911.

Crime Solvers

 Through this program, law enforcement agencies seek help from the community to solve crimes. If residents have information about a crime, they are asked to call 434-848-2336. Residents do not have to give their names or testify in court. If the information is valuable to the investigation, residents can be awarded up to $1,000.00. 

Neighborhood Watch

 The Neighborhood Watch Program is designed to enlist the participation of citizens with law enforcement to help reduce and prevent crime. Since then Neighborhood Watch has become one of the most effective means of fighting crime in our communities. If you would like to start a neighborhood watch program, Please call 434-848-2414 and you will be directed to helpful information. Customers have questions, you have answers. Display the most frequently asked questions, so everybody benefits.

Patrol Checks

 In an effort to deter crime and promote community awareness, our patrol staff routinely makes rounds every night patrolling neighborhoods and checking local businesses throughout the Town. 

Parking Enforcement

 Lawrenceville Police Department enforces all aspects of the parking code established by Lawrenceville Town Council. To pay a citation in person, go to the Lawrenceville Municipal Building, 400 North Main Street, Lawrenceville, VA 23868. Monday through Friday, 8:00 am To 5:00 pm.To pay a citation by mail, mail it to: Town of Lawrenceville, 400 North Main Street, Lawrenceville, VA 23868. Make checks payable to Town of Lawrenceville and return it to us with a copy of the citation or your license plate number noted on your check. 

Smart, Safe and Sober

 Smart, Safe & Sober is a comprehensive statewide partnership aimed at reducing traffic fatalities. Through education and awareness on seat belt use, public service announcements, community events, and high visibility enforcement by state and local law enforcement, the SSS program helps to save lives on Virginia’s highways.

Seat Belt Enforcement

 "Click it or ticket" is the most successful seat belt enforcement campaign ever, helping create the highest national seat belt usage rate of 84 percent. Coast to coast, day or night, the message is simple - Click It or Ticket. [More information] 

Ceck Point Strike Force

 Checkpoint Strike force is an intensive law enforcement mobilization to get impaired drivers off our roads, stopping over 400,000 drivers last year at sobriety checkpoints and in saturation patrols in the multi-state area. The strike force uses checkpoints and patrols when and where drunk driving is most likely to occur. It combines high visibility checkpoints and paid advertising to create awareness of enforcement and educate the public about dangers and consequences. 

Child Safety Seats

 Child restraint devices are required for children through the age of seven (until 8th birthday). Safety seats must be properly used and approved by Department of Transportation standards. There is no height or weight requirement associated with this law. The Virginia law is based solely on age. If you have questions about proper installation, the Lawrenceville Police Department may be able to help. A $50 civil penalty fine is imposed for failure to have a child in a child restraint device. Any person found guilty a second or subsequent time, on different dates, will be fined up to $500. There are assistance programs for low-income residents who cannot afford a safety seat. Contact Virginia Department of Health, Division of Injury and Violence Prevention at 1-800-732-8333 for more information.

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