The Town of Crewe is dedicated to keeping residents and visitors safe.  Scroll below to learn more about the Crewe Police Department and how to report a crime; the Crewe Volunteer Fire Department; and the Nottoway County Volunteer Rescue Squad.

Crewe Police Department

Hours of Operation and Contact

8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

24 Hour Police Patrol Office: 434-645-7472 

After hours and emergency emergency: 911 or 434-645-9044


Crime Solvers

Additional Information

The most effective tool for fighting crime in Crewe is active community engagement.  You, the citizen, know your neighborhood.  You know when something doesn't look or feel right.  You may have heard a rumor about a local crime.  In these situations, we are all collectively responsible for the safety and well being of our community.

To report suspicious activity or information on a crime, the Crewe Police Department has established a Crime Solvers community program.  Using the "Send a Tip" form below, the Crime Solvers email address ( crewecrimesolvers@gmail.com ), or by calling the Crewe Police Department at 434-645-7472 you can anonymously provide information that could help solve a crime or stop criminal activity before it occurs.  Cash rewards are available.

How does it work? 

To anonymously report activity, you pick the method you are most comfortable with: 

(1) Simply fill out the "Send a Tip" form below

(2) send an email to crewecrimesolvers@gmail.com, or

(3) call the Crewe PD at 434-645-7472. 

When a call is received by Crime Solvers, a fact sheet is filled out.  The date, time and a brief summary of the caller's information is recorded. The reporter is then assigned a code number which is used when providing subsequent information to Crime Solvers and when any reward is paid to the reporter.  All information is kept strictly confidential as callers remain anonymous, with no pressure to reveal their identity.

If  a caller's information results in the arrest of an offender, the  apprehension of a wanted person, recovery of stolen property or  confiscation of illegal drugs, arrangements are made so that the reporter can receive the reward in cash and preserve his or her anonymity.


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Crewe Police Department

125 E. Carolina Ave., Crewe, VA 23930, US

(434) 645-7472 crewecrimesolvers@gmail.com

Chief of Police

Scott Dixon

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Officers and Staff

Sgt. Ronald Hite



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Officer Rondell White



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Officer Caleb Lafferty



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Officer James Morgan



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Officer Becky LeSueur



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Administrator PJ Wilborn



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Crewe Volunteer Fire Department

Contact: 434-645-9459

The  Crewe Volunteer Fire Department located on Hwy 460 Business, provides fire protection for the Town.  The Department is currently staffed by 32 volunteers and supported by a Junior Fire Department program and a Ladies Auxiliary.  In addition to their tank trucks, pumpers and brush  truck, their fleet of well-equipped vehicles includes a Heavy Rescue Vehicle, a First Responder Unit and a Rescue Truck. Many  of the members are trained and qualified to treat life-threatening  emergencies.

Established in 1921, the CVFD is also the proud owner of an antique 1923 Ford fire engine. Among the oldest in the country, this engine still operates under its own power.  It sits on display in the fire department and is often driven through town for parades and special events.

Interested in joining?   To become a part of the  Crewe Volunteer Fire Department, please contact the Department by calling 434-645-9459


Crewe Volunteer Fire Department

Ladies Auxiliary


Nottoway County Volunteer Rescue Squad

Contact: 434-645-7549

The Nottoway County Volunteer Rescue Squad, located in Crewe and Blackstone, serves all of Nottoway County.  The Rescue Squad service is provided 24 hours a day.  Calls for assistance are received by the Nottoway Sheriff's Office.  The enhanced 911 number is available countywide for those requiring emergency services.  Patients are transported to hospitals in Farmville, Petersburg, Richmond, or South Hill.

Interested  in joining?  As a prospective member, you will be joining a group of highly professional and dedicated volunteers that, since the Rescue Squad's establishment in 1953, have earned the respect and repeated plaudits of the citizens of this community.

For specific membership requirements, please visit the Nottoway Rescue Squad site.