Police Department

Chief's Greeting

Welcome to the digital presence of the Danville Police Department (DPD). The DPD is committed to providing the most professional law enforcement and public safety services possible to those within our jurisdiction. The officers of the DPD are dedicated to promoting public and vehicular safety, preserving the peace, and minimizing the fear of crime in our community.

In an effort to better serve our fellow citizens and guests, all Danville Police Department officers are directed to focus on five key departmental priorities:

  • Respect
  • Safety
  • Professionalism
  • Attention to Detail
  • Accountability

I hope you find the information you are seeking on our webpage, but if you need further assistance do not hesitate to contact us. Thank you for your interest in the Danville Police Department.

Chief Tony Gray
Danville Police Department

Anthony Gray, Jr. is the Police Chief in Danville. The Danville Police Department is an accredited agency with 34 sworn positions. The Danville Police Department's mission is to improve the quality of life in Danville by working together with all citizens to preserve life, maintain human rights, protect property, and promote public safety.

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    You can come to the police department between 8:30am and 5pm Monday through Friday and speak with the records clerk. She will ask for your name and the location of the incident, or you may provide the report number if the officer gave it to you at the time of the incident. The report division staff will provide you with a photocopy of your report.
    If you are unable to come to Danville to get a copy of your report, you can use the "contact us" function of this website to request that a copy be mailed or faxed to you.
    The Danville Police Department is currently authorized for 31 sworn officers and 2 non-sworn clerical staff.
    All 33 positions are filled at this time.
    Come to the police station on Main Street and ask to speak to a supervisor. They will provide you with some simple paperwork that will enable the department to schedule a ride time for you. NOTE: the ride-a-long program is generally restricted to citzens of Danville/Boyle County, potential employees, and/or employees of other social service and criminal justice agencies.
    The Police Department takes applications at any time through the human resources department at the Danville City Hall. Notice will be posted on this website and in several area newspapers when the department is actively seeking to fill a vacant position, and people with applications on file will be contacted by the human resources department.
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