The Division of Capitol Police realize that the key to achieving a safe and crime free work environment is through a pro-active approach by both police and state employees.
In that regard, Capitol Police has worked to train, educate, and assist state employees in making their workplaces safer. Crime Prevention training encourages employee responsibility, and promotes partnerships and information sharing between employees and Capitol Police. Training and educational materials are provided at no cost to state agencies within Capitol Police jurisdiction.
The Division of Capitol Police offers a number of different Crime Prevention Services. The Division has several Certified Crime Prevention Specialists that provide Crime Prevention talks covering Work Place Violence Prevention, Workplace Theft Prevention, Suspicious Persons, Threatening Phone Calls, Threatening Communications, Confrontational or Threatening Customers, and Personal Safety Awareness.
There is no:
- Firm or fast rule
- Magic list
- One right option for everyone in every situation
12 Months of Awareness- Message from Colonel Pike
It is my pleasure to announce the Division's "12 Months of Awareness" Campaign in which we plan to focus on the safety awareness of our stakeholders and visitors here at the seat of state government. The campaign will have themes each month and will consist of presentations that will focus on safety tips and resources. With the weekly tips, the Division will host a monthly luncheon to discuss popular topics, present guest speakers and answer questions. We encourage you to bring your own lunch as food will not be provided.
The next session will be held on November 18, 2015 from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. at the Virginia State Library (800 East Broad Street), conference room to be announced later. This session will focus on Identity Theft & Fraud.
To ensure that you receive our safety presentations and luncheon information I encourage each of you to signup in the Virginia State Capitol Alert Network (VSCAN) if you are not already a member.
Presentations for the Month of November
Presentations for the Month of October
- Crime Prevention Month (PDF)
- Domestic Violence Awareness Month (PDF)
- Domestic Violence Wheel (PDF)
- Local Area Resources (PDF)
Presentations for the Month of September
- Ready Virginia (PDF)
Presentations for the Month of August
Presentations for the Month of July
Presentations for the Month of June
Presentations for the Month of May
Presentations for the Month of April
Presentations for the Month of March
Presentations for the Month of February
Presentations for the Month of January
- Personal Safety Presentation (PDF)
- Personal Safety Month Flyer (PDF)
- Refuse to be a Victim (PDF)
- What is Stalking (PDF)
Presentations for the Month of December
- 12 Carols of Christmas (PDF)
- Drink Responsibly (PDF)
- Holiday Safety Tip (PDF)
- Online Shopping Safety Tips (PDF)
The following are brochures designed to assist in several situations:
- Bomb Threat Check Sheet (PDF)
- Emergency Coordinator's Manual (PDF)
- Critical Incidents (PDF)
- Street Sense (PDF)
- Suspicious Packages (PDF)
- Suspicious Persons (PDF)
- Theft Prevention (PDF)
- Threatening Communication (PDF)
- Victim Witness Resources (PDF)
"Your conduct and behavior are the best ways to communicate to criminals that you are not an easy target."