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Doing Business with VSP

VSP SEALLocation:
Virginia State Police
7700 Midlothian Turnpike
North Chesterfield
, VA 23235
Attention:  Purchasing

Mailing Address:
Virginia State Police
P. O. Box 27472
Richmond, VA 23261-7472
Attention:  Purchasing

Phone:  804-674-2152
Fax:      804-674-2697
E-mail:  See contacts below

The Procurement Section of the Property and Finance Division ensures that all materials, supplies, equipment and services required by VSP are acquired at the lowest possible cost, consistent with the quality required and in compliance with the Virginia Public Procurement Act and the policies and procedures set forth in the Agency Procurement and Surplus Property Manual.

The Virginia Department of State Police is committed to ensuring fair consideration of all suppliers in its procurement of services, supplies and construction.  It is the policy of the Department of State Police to encourage participation of small, women and minority (SWAM) owned businesses in an equally competitive environment.


Material Management Director
Patricia T. Trent  
(804) 674-2001

Material Management Supervisor Seniors
Jennifer Nixon
(804) 674-2009

Bobby Thomas, 
(804) 674-2153

Communication Equipment and Services Contact
Communications Division

Computer Equipment, Software, Maintenance Services and Computer Consultant Services Contact
Information Technology Division

Military Excess Property Program (The 1033 Program)
The 1033 Program permits the Secretary of Defense to transfer, without charge, excess U. S. Department of Defense (DoD) personal property (supplies and equipment) to State and local law enforcement agencies (LEAs). This Program has allowed law enforcement agencies to acquire vehicles, weapons, computer equipment, body armor, fingerprint equipment, night vision equipment, radios and televisions, tents and sleeping bags, photographic equipment, various clothing items, and more.

State and Local Law Enforcement Equipment Procurement Program (The 1122 Program)
The National Defense Authorization Act (Section 1122) authorizes state and local governments to purchase law enforcement equipment, as delineated by law, through the federal government.

(804) 674-2037
Warehouse Manager (804) 674-2276
Hours of Operation - 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

State Police Surplus Property Auctions are held at the Virginia State Police Headquarters on Midlothian Turnpike.
Schedules can be obtained through