The Windsor Police Department’s Mission Statement
The Windsor Police Department is a value driven organization committed to excellence and will partner with the community to make the town of Windsor the best place in which to live, learn, visit and conduct business.
The Windsor Police Department’s Core Values
Honor / Integrity / Courage / Commitment
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the Windsor Virginia Police Department Located?
The Windsor Police Department is currently located at
56 E. Windsor Blvd.
Windsor, Virginia 23487
How do I obtain a copy of a police report?
The Windsor Police Department provides copies of Windsor Police Reports (Criminal and Traffic) to first party individuals at no charge as a courtesy to our stakeholders. A fee of $15 dollars applies to any other requests. That cost may be increased on a case by case basis which will depend upon the amount of time and resources it takes to furnish the requested material. A request for a report may be mailed to the Windsor Police Department or you may also come to the office to file a request.
What hours is the Police Department open?
The Windsor Police Department is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Community Policing Data Act
Effective July 1, 2021, Virginia Community Policing Act data will be made publicly available on the Virginia Open Data Portal website .
The 2020 session of the General Assembly passed a bill to amend the Code of Virginia by adding in and amending several Code sections (§§ 9.2-191, 15.2-1609.10, 15.2-1722.1, 52-30.1 through 52-30.4) relating to the Community Policing Act; data collection and reporting requirements. Additional updates to the Community Policing Act will take place July 1, 2021 per Chapter 37 of 2020 Special Session I.
Under the current Community Policing Act, each time a law-enforcement officer or State Police officer stops an Individual or Driver of a motor vehicle, such officer shall collect the following data based on the officer's observation or information provided to the officer by the Individual or Driver:
- (i) the race, ethnicity, age, gender of the person stopped, and whether the person stopped spoke English;
- (ii) the reason for the stop;
- (iii) the location of the stop;
- (iv) whether a warning, written citation, or summons was issued or whether any person was arrested;
- (v) if a warning, written citation, or summons was issued or an arrest was made, the warning provided, violation charged, or crime charged;
- (vi) whether the vehicle or any person was searched; and
- (vii) whether the law-enforcement officer or State Police officer used physical force against any person and whether any person used physical force against any officers.
In addition to stop information, each state and local law-enforcement agency shall collect the number of complaints the agency receives alleging the use of excessive force.