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Bible Verse Decals to Come Off VA County Patrol Cars Immediately, Sheriff Says

May 18, 2017
The Bible verse decals that have adorned Montgomery County (VA) Sheriff's Office vehicles since March are coming off immediately, Sheriff Hank Partin said in a Thursday statement.

Virginia State Police Shut Down E-mail to Thwart Malware Attack

April 28, 2017
The Virginia State Police shut down its email system on Wednesday night to strengthen its defense against a sophisticated new form of malware that infected the law enforcement agency’s network at the end of last week.

Virginia Deputy Killed in Crash Responding to Assist in Pursuit

March 10, 2017
A Carroll County (VA) Sheriff’s Office deputy was killed in a patrol vehicle crash while responding to assist fellow officers late Thursday night in Hillsville.

Over 200 Firearms Recovered in NY Gun Smuggling Bust

March 9, 2017
Billed as Brooklyn's biggest ever gun smuggling bust, nearly two dozen people — mostly from Virginia — have been rounded up and arrested on charges they brought over 200 high-caliber weapons of all sorts into New York City, authorities said Wednesday.

Video: VA Agency Deploys New Injury-Detecting Technology in Vests

February 10, 2017
The Montgomery County (VA) Sheriff's Office is the first police agency in the country to use a new technology to help injured officers. The Automatic Injury Detection Panels fit on officers' vests and they can detect when an officer has been shot or stabbed.

VA Agency Deploys New Injury-Detecting Technology in Vests

February 10, 2017
The Montgomery County (VA) Sheriff's Office is the first police agency in the country to use a new technology to help injured officers. The Automatic Injury Detection Panels fit on officers' vests and they can detect when an officer has been shot or stabbed. More Here.

Proposed VA Law Would Prohibit Police Chiefs from Naming Officers Involved in Shootings

February 2, 2017
Del. Jackson H. Miller, R-Manassas, a former police officer, is sponsoring House Bill 2043, which would forbid a police chief or any public official from naming an officer who discharges a gun, or is under investigation for using force, until an investigation is complete, unless the investigation lasts longer than six months.

Virginia Legislators Announce Plans to Stem Trooper Exodus with Pay Raise

January 26, 2017
Starting pay for troopers would rise from $36,200 a year to $43,000 under the agreement struck between the Republicans who control the money committees for both chambers. In addition to the 3 percent raise, existing troopers would see their annual salaries jump by more than $6,700 to keep pace with the new hires.

Video: Virginia Officer Burned in Caustic Liquid Attack

January 10, 2017
A Norfolk, VA, police sergeant's face, eyes, and hand were chemically burned Monday when a man reportedly attacked him with a caustic liquid. The sergeant was treated at and released from a local hospital.

Virginia Officer Burned in Caustic Liquid Attack

January 10, 2017
A Norfolk, VA, police sergeant's face, eyes, and hand were chemically burned Monday when a man reportedly attacked him with a caustic liquid. The sergeant was treated at and released from a local hospital. More Here.

Slain VA Trooper's Father Creates Billboard to Support Police

December 15, 2016
Dermyer, whose son was shot and killed earlier this year, said it’s been a tough time, especially with the holidays. Instead of sadness, he wanted to send a message of support to all police officers for what they do every day.

Woman in Handcuffs Steals Police Car in D.C., Flees to VA

December 14, 2016
A woman is under arrest for leading District police on a chase into Virginia after she allegedly stole a D.C. Housing Authority Police Department SUV while handcuffed.

Man Gets 2 Life Sentences for Killing VA Trooper

December 9, 2016
Russell Brown was sentenced to two life terms plus 23 years, without the possibility of parole for killing Master Trooper Junius A. Walker, a 40-year veteran of the Virginia State Police, in 2013. More Here.

Video: Man Gets 2 Life Sentences for Killing VA Trooper

December 9, 2016
Russell Brown was sentenced to two life terms plus 23 years, without the possibility of parole for killing Master Trooper Junius A. Walker, a 40-year veteran of the Virginia State Police, in 2013.

VA Deputy Dies in Early Morning Car Crash

December 2, 2016
Police say 56-year-old Deputy Edgardo Lucero was driving the Dodge and was transported to a local hospital after the incident. He later passed away because of his injuries.

Video: 10-Year-Old Skips Birthday Presents to Buy VA K-9 Vest

November 18, 2016
All Virginia Beach (VA) Police Department K-9s now have ballistic vests, and one of them was donated by a 10-year-old girl. She asked for donations instead of having a birthday party to help raise the funds needed to buy a K-9 vest.

10-Year-Old Skips Birthday Presents to Buy VA K-9 Vest

November 18, 2016
All Virginia Beach (VA) Police Department K-9s now have ballistic vests, and one of them was donated by a 10-year-old girl, Alexis Mattingly. Alexis asked for donations instead of having a birthday party. More Here.

Video: VA Officer Found Not Guilty of Manslaughter in OIS

October 10, 2016
A jury has found a Norfolk, VA, police officer not guilty in the 2014 death of a mentally ill man.

VA Officer Found Not Guilty of Manslaughter in OIS

October 10, 2016
A jury has found a Norfolk, VA, police officer not guilty in the 2014 death of a mentally ill man, reports WVEC. "I have my life back," Officer Michael Edington said outside court. More Here.

Virginia State Police Facing Extreme Personnel Shortage

September 21, 2016
The Virginia State Police is experiencing a severe manpower shortage, creating policing deficits on state roadways that officials say make highway safety unsustainable in the long term.
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