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Prince William County Police Department

Patrol Service Districts

Prince William County's 348 square miles is divided into three patrol districts serving a diverse population of more than 450,000 residents. Each patrol district is overseen by a District Commander and several Watch Commanders. The districts operate three patrol shifts (days, evenings, and midnights) providing 24-hour police coverage, seven days a week, 365 days a year, to the residents and visitors of Prince William County.

CENTRAL DISTRICT STATION

Servicing the communities of Dale City, Lake Ridge, Coles, Lake Jackson, Town of Occoquan, Buckhall, and sections of eastern Manassas

Points of Interest: Potomac Mills, Pfitzner Stadium Complex, Prince William Area 9-11 Liberty Memorial, Waterworks Waterpark, Historic Occoquan, Americans in Wartime Museum (Coming Soon)

  • LEADERSHIP

    Captain Ruben Castilla
    District Commander

    District Organization Chart | District Boundaries

     

    ADDRESS

    Charlie T. Deane Station
    5036 Davis Ford Road
    Woodbridge, Virginia 22192

    Open 24 hours

    Front Desk: 703-792-8555
    Fax: 703-792-8568

    Administrative Assistant:
    703-792-7096
  • QUICK FACTS

    • Station Opened: 2018
    • Sworn Staff: Patrol Officers, Supervisors, Command, and Support Staff
    • Professional Staff: Police Service Technicians and Administrative Staff
    • District Size: approximately 68 square miles
    • Station Houses: Office of the Chief of Police, Office of Professional Standards, Financial & Technical Services Division, Public Information Office, Patrol Services, and detectives from the Violent Crimes Bureau

     

    SERVICES

EASTERN DISTRICT STATION

Servicing the communities of North Woodbridge, Dumfries (Including the Town of Dumfries), Montclair, Triangle, and the Town of Quantico

Points of Interest: Prince William Forest Park, Marine Corps Base Quantico, National Museum of the Marine Corps, Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Featherstone National Wildlife Refuge, Leesylvania State Park, Quantico National Cemetery, Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center, Potomac Shores, Neabsco Creek Boardwalk

  • LEADERSHIP

    Captain Joe Robinson
    District Commander

    District Organization Chart | District Boundaries

    ADDRESS

    Gar-Field Police Station
    15948 Donald Curtis Drive
    Woodbridge, Virginia 22191

    Open 24 hours

    Front Desk: 703-792-7200
    Fax Number: 703-792-4077

    Administrative Assistant:
    703-792-7202

  • QUICK FACTS

    • Station Opened: 1996
    • Sworn Staff: Patrol Officers, Supervisors, Command, and Support Staff
    • Professional Staff: Police Service Technicians and Administrative Staff
    • District Size: approximately 101 square miles
    • Station Houses: Patrol Services, School Resource Officers, and detectives from the Special Victims Bureau, Violent Crimes Bureau, and Property Crimes Bureau

     

    SERVICES

WESTERN DISTRICT STATION

Servicing the communities of Haymarket (including the Town of Haymarket), Gainesville, Broad Run, Catharpin, Bristow, Nokesville, Yorkshire, and sections of western Manassas

Points of Interest: Manassas Mall, Manassas National Battlefield Park, George Mason University - Prince William Campus, Jiffy Lube Live, Bull Run Mountain, Hylton Performing Arts Center, Splashdown Waterpark, Farm View LIVE

  • LEADERSHIP

    Captain Jacques Poirier
    District Commander

    District Organization Chart | District Boundaries

    ADDRESS

    Paul T. White, Jr. Building
    8900 Freedom Center Boulevard
    Manassas, Virginia 20110

    Open 24 hours

    Front Desk: 703-792-5111
    Fax Number: 703-792-6510

    Administrative Assistant:
    703-792-6542

  • QUICK FACTS

    • Station Opened: 2006
    • Sworn Staff: Patrol Officers, Supervisors, Command, and Support Staff
    • Professional Staff: Police Service Technicians and Administrative Staff
    • District Size: approximately 169 square miles
    • Station Houses: Patrol Services, Community Engagement, Special Operations Offices, School Resource Officers, and detectives from the Special Victims Bureau and Property Crimes Bureau

     

    SERVICES

SERVICES OFFERED AT NON-DISTRICT FACILITIES


For more information, please contact the Public Information Office by calling 703-792-5123 or email.