2021 Joint VACP & VACLEA Winter Conference

    We hope you'll join us March 17-18 at the Hilton Richmond West!
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    VACP Women in Law Enforcement Leadership Summit

    *FOR WOMEN LEOs ONLY!* — VACP President Chief Maggie DeBoard (Herndon) invites women in Virginia law enforcement to gather for a half-day summit on Friday, March 19 at the Hilton Richmond West.
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    Save the Date!

    Be sure to mark your calendars for the 2021 VACP Annual Conference scheduled for August 22-25 at The Williamsburg Lodge!


    NEW! VACP Online Leadership Academy

    We are proud to announce the opening of our new ONLINE training portal! We currently offer several leadership classes and an Implicit Bias course with more to come!
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  • VACP Recommends Shrouding of Badges for Stanley Police Officer Nick Winum

    • Date: 2/26/2021

    Stanley Police Officer Dominic "Nick" J. Winum was shot and killed Friday afternoon while attempting to execute a traffic stop. Winum had been an officer with the Town of Stanley since 2016; prior to that, he had been a Virginia state trooper for 10 years.

  • Chesterfield police looking for volunteers to help hire new police officers

    • Date: 2/24/2021

    This new volunteer program will give authorized Level-1 volunteers the opportunity to participate in part of Chesterfield County's police officer hiring process. Volunteers will need to complete the same process police applicants go through, which includes a background investigation, a panel interview with department commanders, a polygraph examination, and a psychological assessment.

  • Virginia Law Enforcement Urges Defeat of SB 1198

    • Date: 2/4/2021

    Senator Petersen's bill addressing the use of automated license plate recognition (“ALPR”) data in the Commonwealth would negatively impact crime-solving in Virginia. Countless investigative successes are attributed to ALPR data, yet many of those possibilities would be foreclosed in Virginia if this bill becomes law.

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