Reports, Incidents & Police Activity

Anyone with information about these incidents is encouraged to contact Danville Crimestoppers at 434-793-0000, or via our crime tips line on your computer. Information given will remain confidential.

Citizens who contact Crimestoppers by telephone may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000.

Media requests related to these or other incidents can be emailed to Police Media Relations

  1. 10-12-20 Man Arrested on Multiple Firearm Charges

  2. 10-09-20 Traffic Fatality

    Danville Police are investigating a traffic crash that resulted in a fatality. Read on...
  3. Danville Police welcome aboard two new chaplains

    The Danville Police Department would like to welcome Ernest Coppage and Scott Spalding to our Chaplain Unit. Read on...
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Activity Reports

(IBR) Incident Based Reporting

What is Incident Based Reporting? The NIBRS is an incident-based reporting system in which agencies collect data on each single crime occurrence.The information supplied is compiled from the incidents reported to the Danville Police Department in the prior seven day period. For Example, Description, ALL OTHER CRIMINAL OFFENSES Refers to any criminal offense that is not included in the (IBR) Incident Based Reporting group A or B offense list.

Additional Info...

These lists are updated weekly every Tuesday, except for holidays.
  1. Arrest Photos

    The information supplied are the Photos of individuals arrested (and the charge) in the previous seven days. Read on...
  2. Arrest Information

    The information supplied are the names of all individuals arrested (and the charge) in the previous seven days. Read on...
  3. Warrants

    Warrant information, including race and sex of the accused offender, is based on information supplied by the complainant. All information is subject to verification prior to warrant service. Read on...
  4. Reported Incidents

    The information supplied is compiled from the incidents reported to the Danville Police Department in the prior seven day period. Read on...
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