Provost Marshal Office

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The Fort Lee Provost Marshal Office provides 24-hour law enforcement, force protection, and community support to Commanders, Service Members, Family members, Civilians and guests of Fort Lee; maintains liaison with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies; supports installation contingency operations.

Our vision is to become the most progressive and efficient law enforcement agency in the Military. This requires the dedication of each employee to adhere to the fundamental values that we deem essential by this office in order to fulfill our mission. We actively require the participation of each employee into the philosophy of community oriented policing. This philosophy allows law enforcement and residents to collectively identify and address crime and disorder concerns in our community, and develop ways to reduce and prevent problems from occurring in the future. The following values form the foundation upon which we build to accomplish our mission.

Professionalism

To provide personalized law enforcement service to the community at the highest standard of quality possible. To invest truth in our employees, relying on their combined judgment, wisdom and experience to generate creative new approaches to community concerns. To be fair, impartial and efficient as we strive to preserve peace, order and safety.

Teamwork

To join in partnership with citizens of Fort Lee to identify and prioritize neighborhood concerns and seek solutions in problem solving. This partnership allows for change to occur today with the promise of making our communities safer and more attractive places for tomorrow.

Commitment

To be committed to follow the principles set forth in the oath of office and the standards established by the Fort Lee Provost Marshal Office. We pledge to act as a catalyst in an effort to empower the citizens of Fort Lee into an equal interest in crime prevention. We dedicate ourselves to explore and investigate new ways to translate this philosophy of power sharing into practice.

Community Programs:

Child Safety Seat Program
Contact: (804) 734-6461

House Watch Program
Contact: (804) 734-7400

Contact Information

Office: Phone Number:
Office of the Chief 804-734-7402
Operations Officer 804-734-6503
Operations Sergeant 804-734-7417
Admin Section 804-734-6406
Evidence Custodian 804-734-6481
Desk/Communications 804-734-7400
Desk Supervisor 804-734-7424
Community Police 804-734-6461
Investigations 804-734-6672
AWOL Apprehension 804-734-6293
Traffic 804-734-7432
Military Working Dogs 804-734-1099
Training 804-765-3234
Physical Security 804-734-7438
Vehicle Registration 804-765-7505

Last Updated: 9/26/2013 11:30:44 AM

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