Archive February 2021
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VACP Recommends Shrouding of Badges for Stanley Police Officer Nick Winum
The Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police recommends that all Virginia law enforcement officers shroud their badges in honor of Stanley Police Officer Dominic "Nick" J. Winum who was shot and killed Friday afternoon.
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Chesterfield police looking for volunteers to help hire new police officers
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.
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Virginia Law Enforcement Urges Defeat of SB 1198
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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Fredericksburg Police Department Passes National Accreditation Review
The department is one of only 34 agencies in Virginia to achieve CALEA Accreditation.
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