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Edward Frankenstein

Wrong Edward Frankenstein?

Board Member

Local Address: Prince George, Virginia, United States
Riverside Community Criminal Justice Board

Employment History

  • Chief of Police
    Prince George
  • Police Chief
44 Total References
Web References
Prince George County : Riverside CCJB Members, 30 Dec 2013 [cached]
Edward Frankenstein Prince George - Chief of Police 6600 Courthouse Road Prince George, VA 23875 (804)733-2774 (phone) (804)733-2658 (fax)
Prince George County Rotary - Newsletter - Archive (Sep 12, 2011), 12 Sept 2011 [cached]
Our guest speaker at last week's meeting was Chief of Police for Prince George County, and former club member, Ed Frankenstein. He updated the club on latest crime statistics and general state of functioning of the police department with regards to staffing and areas of responsibility. Chief Frankenstein invited everyone for a tour of the new police building as well.
The Board of Supervisors at its ..., 28 Aug 2014 [cached]
The Board of Supervisors at its September 23 meeting will receive a report from Police Chief Ed Frankenstein on a proposed Senior Citizens Academy.
Riverside Community Criminal Justice Board - Directory, 18 Aug 2007 [cached]
Edward Frankenstein, Prince George-Chief of Police (PG)6600 Courthouse RoadPrince George, VA 23875804-733-2774 phone 804-733-2658 faxemail:
"I wish that we'd have had ..., 23 June 2011 [cached]
"I wish that we'd have had before and after shots of what this building looked like, because it's such a drastic transformation it has taken," said Prince George Police Chief Edward Frankenstein. "We're 12,000 square feet.
In order to figure out the most efficient way to use the 12,000 square feet, General Services Manager Hamby and Julie Walton, director of inspections and code compliance, down with Frankenstein to figure out what the police needed as part of a space needs analysis or programming.
Chief Frankenstein said that Hamby and Walton were very responsive to his department's requests and used their expertise to find ways to make sure those requests were met.
Frankenstein said there were several major features his department wanted to see in the new facility.
"The security in this particular facility has been beefed up significantly," Frankenstein said.
He is also excited about the new roll call room, which will double as a training center, where the patrol officers can gather before starting their shifts to get caught up on the events of the day and get briefed on what they need to know.
It was just a very unorthodox set up that we had previously," Frankenstein said.
"From my observation, Chief Frankenstein and his staff had been very innovative in utilizing the space that was available to them in order to accommodate their needs, but it wasn't designed to accommodate the police department where as this renovation will do that."
Frankenstein said he hopes the bullpens will allow staff in the different divisions, particularly investigation, to help each other solve problems.
"One of the things that we wanted to do, to capture in this particular room, is having investigators talking to each other. ... We wanted them to be able to engage with each other about cases that they are investigating. They may hear something that you are talking about and say, 'oh, by the way, I've got some information that may help you out,'" Frankenstein said.
The building is now filled with storage space, something that Frankenstein said would be important for the future.
We wanted to approach the evidence in such a way that we were thinking of the future as well as having a very secure area," Frankenstein explained.
"That's on thing that we feel very good about," Frankenstein said.
"We're just excited about getting in here because we've been fragmented over the last year, ..." said Frankenstein, describing having half his Department operating out of the old North Elementary school and the other half operating out of trailers in the Court House Complex.
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