Job Details

Chief of Police
Town of Crewe, VA
Job Description

Town of Crewe, Virginia
Chief of Police
Position Advertisement

The Town of Crewe, Virginia (population 2,326) is seeking a professional, approachable, innovative, tech savvy, and energetic community leader to serve as the next Chief of Police.


• Extensive, successful experience as a law enforcement officer

• Must possess or be able to obtain DCJS certification within 12
months of hire;

• Must possess a valid driver’s license;

• Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice or related field preferred;

• Law enforcement supervisory experience preferred;


The Town of Crewe’s benefits package ranks among the best of local governments in Virginia, with the Town paying 100% of medical insurance premiums for its employees and immediate family members. The Town of Crewe participates in the Virginia Retirement System (VRS). The salary for this position is commensurate with education and experience.

Application Instructions:

Applicants are required to submit a cover letter, resume, contact information for five professional references, and Town application to be considered for the position. Please include salary requirements in the cover letter. Town applications and more information on the position may be obtained via the Town’s website at
Applicants should send all application materials to:

Brian S. Thrower, Town Manager
Crewe Town Hall
125 E. Carolina Avenue
Crewe, VA 23930

Application materials may also be sent via email to Brian S. Thrower, Town Manager at

This position is open until filled; however, the first review of applications will begin Friday, October 16, 2020. The selected applicant will be required to undergo a pre-employment background check, physical, and drug test.

Job Details
Job Function:
Chief Law Enforcement Official
Town of Crewe
125 E Carolina Ave
Crewe, VA 23930-1801
United States
Population: 2,325
Form of Government: Council-Manager

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