The Arlington County Police Department provides a variety of services, ranging from standard patrolling of the streets of Arlington to escorts of dignitaries from Arlington to the White House.
Our first and main priority is to keep the people who live, work, and travel through Arlington County as safe as possible. Our sworn men, women and K-9 officers run radar to check for speeders, patrol residential neighborhoods to check on houses and make sure all is safe as possible, and respond to calls of distress, crime, accidents, lost persons, missing persons, malicious woundings, and homicides.
Crime prevention tips so that residents of Arlington County don't become victims of crime.
Bike Registration and car safety seat checkpoints
Sobriety checkpoints to try to keep drunk drivers from endangering drivers in Arlington County.
We work with disadvantaged youth to make their lives better and their communities a better place to live.
ACPD strives to improve the quality of life in Arlington by enforcing laws and establishing relationships with citizens through community-based policing. If you need to call the police about an emergency that is happening now, dial 9-1-1. Please call 703-558-2222 (TTY 228-4610) for non-emergencies.
Click here for a list of additional phone numbers.
The ACPD also offers crime prevention services, available by calling 703-228-4330 (TTY users call 228-4610)
Visit the Customer Service Counter, 1425 North Courthouse Road, Arlington, VA 22201