HPD Geographical Policing

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Current Size: 80%

The second phase of Geographic Policing for the City of Harrisonburg began on Wednesday, November 13, 2013. New districts are now in effect, providing better response for our community.

The City previously was divided into four beats, however the new plan has increased the number to seven districts. Increasing the districts will provide smaller areas and will increase the accountability for the policing in those districts.

PDF[1.3MB] HPD Geographic Policing Press Release

PDF[795KB] HPD District Map (including street names)


PDF[1.5MB] HPD 7 District Patrol Map (no street names)

HPD Districts

District Number, Supervisor, Email Day Shift - A or C Squad
Night Shift - B or D Squad
Officer Klotz - Downtown Resource
Detective Miller
This district will be absorbed into District 2.
2. Cpl. Slater - B Squad

Officer Leeper - A
Officer Weaver - C
Detective Wetherell

Officer Smoot - B
Officer M. Jones - B
Officer Haug - D
Officer Ropp - D
3. Sgt. Wonderley - B Squad
    Cpl. Gulino - C Squad
Officer Davis - A
Officer Diaz - A
Officer Stutes - C
Officer Fawley - C
Detective Spiggle
Officer Thomas - B
Officer Flick - B
Officer Hancock - D
Officer D. Jones - D
4. Sgt. Howard - A Squad
Officer McKenzie - A
Officer B. Jones - C
Detective Life
Officer Sofy - B
Officer C. Wetherell - B
Officer Kramer - D
5. Sgt. Monahan - C Squad
    Cpl. Jewell - A Squad
Officer Urrutty - A
Officer P.K. Ritchie - A
Officer Burrows - C
Officer C.K. Ray - C
Detective Dove

Officer Keirce - B
Officer Castellano - B

 Terrell - D Squad
Officer Seiver - A
Officer Mathias - C
Detective Wyant
Officer Kelczewski - B
Officer Raymann - D
7. Cpl. Luerrsen - D Squad

Officer Hanlon - A
Officer Burgoon - C
Detective Dyer

Officer D. Morris - B
Officer Shifflett - B
Officer Douglas - D

Mental Illness Crisis Team (MICT) - Officer Hensley (A Squad), Officer T. Morris (B Squad), Officer Campbell (C Squad), Officer Anderson (D Squad)