New Police Third Patrol Division building has a community room

June 30, 2011

The new $12,000,000, 42, 269 square foot Police Third Patrol Division building has a room available for community functions. The building  houses  the 3rd Patrol Division, the Homeland Security Division and Traffic Unit. The building is located behind the Super Wal-Mart on Tidewater Drive on Asbury Avenue in Norfolk’s Central Business Park.

According to WVEC News, Acting Chief Sharon L. Chamberlin said,

This building is a testament to the very vocal and passionate citizens who rallied for many years to have a precinct in the area. Our appreciation to those citizens is recognized with a dedicated room in the building for various community and civic league meetings

The building officially opened Thursday, June 30, 2011  with a ribbon cutting at 10:00 a.m.

NPD prepares to open new facility:


Norfolk Police Department 3rd Patrol Division Red Sector Meeting

May 12, 2010

Norfolk Police Department

3rd Patrol Division

Red Sector Meeting 

Where: Fitness and Wellness Center- Newport Ave.

When:   May 14, 2010 from 11:00AM to 12:00PM

Please come to the next meeting

Join in the networking and community partnership

3rd Police Patrol Division Meeting, Friday February 12th

February 8, 2010

Norfolk Police Department 3rd Patrol Division Sector Meeting
February 12, 2010 From 11:00AM to 12:00 PM
Norfolk Fitness and Wellness Center

The Red Sector will be having their first sector meeting this Friday.
Our speaker will be from the office of the Virginia Attorney General in Richmond.
Our speakers will address issues and concerns of the consumers and communities in Virginia.
We will have a light lunch and refreshments
We hope to see you at the meeting
For questions about the meeting please email Officer Jackson
or call at 831-3484

2nd Precinct Groundbreaking

October 14, 2009

Norfolk Police Department
2nd Precinct Groundbreaking

Join us as we kick off construction for the new
2nd Precinct for the Norfolk Police Department

Monday, October 19, 2009

11:00 am

901 Asbury Ave.
(Next to Oakwood Elementary in the
Central Business Park)

Call 353-7392 for more information

Red Sector P.A.C.E meeting Friday

September 9, 2009

 Norfolk Police Department

3 rd  Patrol Division

Red Sector P.A.C.E. meeting  


September 11, 2009 from 11:00AM to 12:00PM

Norfolk Community Workforce Center

201 E. Little Creek Rd (Next to Kroger)

Room# 204

We hope everyone had a great summer!
Our Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearm speaker in August was great.
This month we will have Agent Simmons from the ABC Bureau of Law Enforcement as our speaker

 Come join us for this community partnership and a light lunch.
Please email or call Officer Jackson if you plan to bring food, beverage, cups or plates.
Were see you on September 11, 2009

Property Crime on the rise in Wards Corner

February 12, 2009


Norfolk Police to institute new patrol division boundries

October 2, 2008

Lt. Roger Hungerford wrote:

On Monday morning October 6th, the Norfolk Police Department will implement new patrol division boundaries. The boundaries are being changed to balance workload between patrol divisions and improve our ability to respond to calls for service. Attached is a map in a .pdf format. You should be able to zoom in if you have questions as to specific streets/neighborhoods. You can call me if you have any questions 823-4448.

Patrol Divion Boundry Map:  new-patrol-division-boundaries1

Mother and boyfriend charged in death of 4 year-old

September 1, 2008

PilotOnline reports that a mother, boyfriend have been charged with murder and child neglect in the death of a 4 year old girl.

Police found Tamera Wooden dead about 4:15 p.m. Sunday inside her mother’s home in the 300 block of East Little Creek Road, said Officer Chris Amos. The search began after the girl’s mother called police about 3 p.m. to report her daughter missing, Amos said.

The suspects are Jathiya Wooden and Troy Allen Edwards who is not the girl’s father. They are are both being held in Norfolk City Jail.

Update: Greater Wards Corner Neighborhood Watch Program

August 14, 2008

We had a great turnout for the first meeting of the Neighborhood Watch Program being instituted in the Denby Park, Oakdale Farms & Monticello Village areas. There were over 20 people at the meeting and many more signed up but could not make the meeting.

The Norfolk Police Crime Prevention Unit gave an excellent and informative presentation on crime prevention and neighborhood watch. A lot of information passed both ways, police to citizen/citizen to police, and we all look forward to working together to reduce crime in our area.

The group agreed to meet the last Tuesday of each month at the Workforce Development Center, starting with the 26th of August, at 6:30 pm. Some guidelines and ground rules were given and people signed up to be Block Captains and Watchers.

All the civic leagues and neighborhoods in the Greater Wards Corner Area Partnership are encouraged to send representatives to these meetings. As the criminal activity is pushed out of the West Little Creek Road area the other neighborhoods around should have watch programs in place to force the criminal activity out of the Greater Wards Corner Area.

The goals of the monthly meetings will be to:

  • Help each neighborhood develop a watch program tailored to it’s own needs and to offer support as needed.
  • Allow ideas and problems to be shared among the Partnership neighborhoods allowing us to work together as one to reduce crime.
  • Promote safer neighborhoods and retail areas for our residents to live, play and shop.
  • Make communication between communities and police more efficient and effective in reducing crime in the Partnership area.
  • Communicate to our elected officials in a larger and more unified voice the needs of the Partnership area to help reduce crime in our community.
  • Work in unison with the Greater Wards Corner Area Partnership general meeting group and the Wards Corner Task Force for the revitalization of the Wards Corner area.

Other areas of the city are currently working with the police to reduce crime in their neighborhoods and it is imperative that we move forward with this neighborhood watch program for the Partnership area or you may see an increase in criminal activity here. We want the criminals out of Norfolk not just moved around our city.

Thank you,

Tim Smith

Red Sector Patrol Division meeting set for Friday

July 7, 2008

The next Red Sector meeting will be July 11, 2008  from 11:00AM to 12:00PM

at the Norfolk Workforce Community Center on E. Little Creek Road.

The speaker will be Harry Kenyon, public relation manager from the Virginia Department of Transportation. 

Mr. Kenyon will speak on such topics as Emergency evacuation, Current projects, Smart Traffic Center and more.

Come have lunch with us this July 11.

Hope to see you there.


Officer Curtis Jackson

MPO Beverly Hubbard

Rabid Fox killed in Oakdale Farms

July 3, 2008

The Virginian-Pilot reported that for the second time in less than two weeks a rabid fox was killed by police.

The animal was killed on Andrew Lane, near the Tidewater Drive and Little Creek Road intersection. Police said the animal charged an officer before it was shot. 


On June 21st a a fox was killed in the backyard of a home in the 400 block of W. Ocean View Avenue.

Wanted person website now available

June 26, 2008

The Norfolk Police Department is pleased to announce the creation of a wanted person’s website. The link below will direct you to the site. The site is updated daily and can be accessed from any web enabled computer within or outside the City’s domain. VCIN enabled computers cannot access this site. Please share with those who are not on email and persons you have contact with. The website informs concern citizens on how to report if someone is wanted and who to notify.

Click Here

Warrants issued for 2 men in Denby Park shooting

June 9, 2008

Pilot Online reports that warrants have been issued for the arrest of two suspects in yesterday’s shooting of a man in the 300 block of E. Little Creek Road. The suspects frequent Ashlawn Drive in Monticello Village and the “Texas” streets in Denby Park. The Wards Corner Partnership has identified both these areas as socially blighted since 1997. To date, the City has done little to help the good citizens of Denby Park and Monticello Village.

It was too good to be true

June 8, 2008

Denby Park has been relatively quiet lately as far as gun violence is concerned, but early this morning that quiet was shattered. Police Dispatchers were called at 3:45 a.m. to report a shooting in an apartment in the 300 block of E. Little Creek Road. Pilot Online reports

When officers arrived at the complex, they found a man suffering several gunshot wounds inside an apartment, Amos (police spokesman) said. The man was taken to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital with injuries that were considered life-threatening.

Amos said no suspect or motive information was available shortly before 4 a.m., Amos said.

The Wards Corner Partnership has repeatedly expressed its concern about the apartments in the 300 block of E. Little Creek Road. If there was ever an example of social blight, the 300 block would be the picture in the dictionary.

Red Sector P.A.C.E. to host speaker on hurricane preparedness

June 6, 2008

The Norfolk Police Department 3rd Patrol Division Red Sector P.A.C.E.

Meeting Friday, June 13, 2008 from 11:00AM to 12:00PM

At the Norfolk Workforce Center on E. Little Creek Rd. next to Kroger. Come to the meeting have lunch and listen to Scott Mahone from the Norfolk 911 communication center speak on

“Hurricane preparedness in your community”.

We hope to see you there !

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