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Any crash involving the operation of a VCU vehicle that results in bodily injury or property damage of any kind, regardless of extent, can be classified as an accident.
Virginia Commonwealth University is committed to supporting and promoting the safe, responsible and prudent operation of all university owned, leased or rented vehicles. Because vehicle operations are essential to the services provided by many of the university’s departments, achieving the goal of preventing motor vehicle accidents requires a university‐wide commitment to the departmental and individual responsibilities and procedures as set forth in the VCU Vehicle Accident Prevention and Safety Policy.
VCU Fleet Management no longer visits the accident scenes in order to administer accident reporting paperwork. We will, however, source any estimates and coordinate repairs for fleet vehicles through our repair facility.
Auto Liability 3rd Party Reporting
The Commonwealth of Virginia is self-insured. If you would like to assert a claim you may gather together all of your supporting documents and submit your claim (along with all details of the incident) to:
Post Office Box 1879
Richmond, VA 23218-1879
Once this office receives all of the necessary information they will review the matter and give it settlement consideration.
State Police Emergency Telephone Numbers
Cellular: Emergency #77
Administrative Headquarters, Richmond, 24-hour response: 804-674-2000
Emergency TDD: 1-800-553-3144
Emergency TDD (Voice): 1-800-552-9965
Division 1 (Central Virginia): Emergency Toll-Free: 1-800-552-9965
Division 2 (Culpeper): Emergency Toll-Free: 1-800-572-2260
Division 3 (Appomattox): Emergency Toll-Free: 1-800-552-0962
Division 4 (Wytheville): Emergency Toll-Free: 1-800-542-8716
Division 5 (Hampton Roads): Emergency Toll-Free: 1-800-582-8350
Division 6 (Salem-Roanoke): Emergency Toll-Free: 1-800-542-5959
Division 7 (Northern Virginia): Emergency Toll-Free: 1-800-572-4510