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Archive June 2020

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Radford city police chief to form community advisory panel

Panel will apprise the chief of police directly on community needs for police services; however, it will not review police use of force, disciplinary matters or personnel matters.

VACP Strategic Partner CRG Offers "911eye" FREE for 30 Days to Virginia Public Safety Agencies

911eye has been used extensively across the country to address a diverse range of incidents, including property damage, domestic violence, lost persons, theft, medical triage, and COVID-19 related reporting.

Virginia Capitol Police Colonel Steve Pike Sworn in as VLEPSC Chairman

The Virginia Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission (VLEPSC) establishes professional standards and administers the state accreditation process by which agencies can be measured and evaluated.

LISTEN: VACP First VP Chief Maggie Deboard talks policing today, needed reforms with WRVA's John Reid

VACP First Vice President Chief Maggie Deboard, Herndon Police Department, talked with Richmond's Morning News with John Reid on WRVA Newsradio about policing today, officer morale, and the Virginia Chiefs' positions on hiring, training, decertification, and other needed reforms.

VACP Recommendations to Move Virginia Law Enforcement Forward

Today, the VACP Executive Board met with Governor Ralph Northam and introduced this first phase of recommendations for moving Virginia law enforcement forward in the wake of the tragic events in Minneapolis.