Assistant Chief Anthony G. “Tony” Dallman has worked for the James City County Police Department since 1995. He started his career in the Uniform Division and after 5 years as a patrol officer he was promoted to Sergeant and then Lieutenant in 2001, to Major in April 2014, and to Assistant Police Chief in June 2022. He has spent a total of 8 years as a supervisor in the Uniform Division on all three patrol shifts, and 6 years as the Community Services Unit supervisor.
Assistant Chief Dallman has served in a variety of roles in the Department including Patrol Officer, Radar Instructor, Taser Instructor, Field Training Officer, Internal Affairs Investigator, and Crisis Negotiator. He is a Certified Crime Prevention Specialist. In his current assignment he is the Operations Division Commander.
Assistant Chief Dallman has a bachelor’s degree in Physics from Mary Washington College and completed his Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice in 2013. He is a graduate of the Professional Executive Leadership School at the University of Richmond and the 257th session of the FBI National Academy.