In an area known for potential violence, the patrol is slowly changing the image.
Using the air waves find solutions to violence: that’s what one local radio station is doing to Take Back the Community.
A Portsmouth police officer is using sports to connect with neighborhood kids.
Making a difference in the community is not an easy task, but one Hampton woman hopes she can do her part to stop crime in her neighborhood.
Hundreds of teenagers are working this summer thanks to a Newport News program aimed at keeping young people off the streets.
The City of Newport News spends $1 million a year to find teenagers jobs and get them off the streets.
“Those kids that catch their first fish have their eyes light and up their world changes.”
The new nighttime program for young adults kicks off this weekend in Norfolk.
One of the most recognizable numbers in Hampton Roads is actually only used by a sliver of the population.
Pastor Aaron Wheeler, Sr. created the Lighthouse Project in an effort to help end crime.
On Tuesday at Norfolk State University, local NFL stars held a camp for teenagers.
Come August, dozens of Hampton Police Officers are switching their uniforms for t-shirts, to go to summer camp.
“We’ve seen firsthand that it is working,” said Suffolk Police Major Stephanie Burch. “It’s a scientifically-based crystal ball.”
The program has been so successful, it was one of the major reasons Norfolk was named the 2016 All American City.
Several events are planned over the coming days, honoring the fallen officers in Dallas.