PUBLIC SAFETY

Town of Exmore Police Dept
EXMORE POLICE DEPARTMENT
3305 Main St. Exmore
Phone: 757-442-3114 ext. 1007
Emergency: 911


 

Led by Police Chief Angelo DiMartino, the Exmore Police Department serves the citizens, business owners and visitors of the Town of Exmore, ensuring a safe environment for everyone. In addition to serving as law enforcement officers, they are first responders in emergencies, working in tandem with Northampton County first responders, including the Sheriff’s office and local fire departments. All officers are academy trained and continue training in specialized areas throughout their tenure with the Town. Chief DiMartino and his department continuously interact with the community, participating in activities with local schools and churches and holding raffles for charitable causes. The department also hosts an Annual Easter Egg Hunt, open to all children in the county as well as the only National Night Out on the Eastern Shore of Virginia.

Captain Adam Zieger
Chief DiMartino
Keeping Kids Safe
To Protect and Serve
Working Together
The Easter Bunny gets a helping hand.
Town of Exmore Police Dept
Chief Angelo Dimartino
Checkpoint
Trunk or Treat
Officer Humberto "Eddie" Diaz
The Exmore Police Department is located in the Town Municipal building on Main Street.
Exmore Christmas Parade
Torch Run
Community Policing

Under the current Community Policing Act, each time a law-enforcement officer or State Police officer stops an Individual or Driver of a motor vehicle, such officer shall collect the following data based on the officer’s observation or information provided to the officer by the Individual or Driver:

  • (i) the race, ethnicity, age, gender of the person stopped, and whether the person stopped spoke English;

  • (ii) the reason for the stop;

  • (iii) the location of the stop;

  • (iv) whether a warning, written citation, or summons was issued or whether any person was arrested;

  • (v) if a warning, written citation, or summons was issued or an arrest was made, the warning provided, violation charged, or crime charged;

  • (vi) whether the vehicle or any person was searched; and

  • (vii) whether the law-enforcement officer or State Police officer used physical force against any person and whether any person used physical force against any officers.

 

View the Community Policing Data.

EXMORE COMMUNITY FIRE DEPARTMENT & EMS Station #13 
3356 Main St. Exmore
Phone:757-442-7813
Emergency: 911 

Led by Fire Chief Greg DeYoung, and department president Tommy Lewis, the Exmore Community Fire Department, is a vital team of first responders responsible for fire suppression and a long list of emergency services related to safeguarding life and protecting the community. These services include light and heavy rescue, vehicle extrication, water rescue, managing hazardous materials and EMS first responder, as well as non-emergency activities. Founded in 1930, Community Fire Company has always prided itself in using the latest equipment and training to provide fire protection to Exmore and the surrounding areas of Northampton and Lower Accomack Counties. In the mid-1960s, the Community Fire Company added Emergency Medical Services to its responsibilities. Unlike some neighboring communities, Exmore and Northampton County still rely 100% on volunteers to handle fire emergencies. The department also organizes and hosts Exmore’s Annual Christmas Parade and participates in numerous other parades and community events, especially those focused on children or young people. That takes many hands, and the organization welcomes volunteers from all backgrounds and occupations. 

 

To Volunteer: Exmore Community Fire Company – Fight for your community 

Community Fire Station 13
13 Rescue
Exmore Christmas Parade
Red fire hydrants
Rescue 13 Engine of the Community Fire Co. in Exmore.