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Archive September 2021

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VACP Installs 2021-2022 Executive Board; Middleburg Chief A. J. Panebianco Elected VACP President

Middleburg Police Chief A. J. Panebianco becomes 2021-2022 President; Herndon Police Chief Maggie DeBoard completes 2020-2021 term as VACP President.

Virginia Police Chiefs Recognize Fifty-Three Officers with 2020-21 Awards for Lifesaving

Officers from Arlington County, Danville, Gloucester County, Hanover County, Hopewell, Prince George County, Prince William County, Purcellville, Radford City, Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia State Police, and Waynesboro honored for their extraordinary lifesaving efforts.

VACP Recommends Badge Shrouding In Recognition of 9/11 Anniversary

On this 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, the VACP is recommending a shrouding of badges in honor of the lives lost.

Germanna Community College Police Chief Craig Branch Selected to Receive 2021 VACP President's Award

Chief Branch was recognized by 2020-21 VACP President Chief Maggie DeBoard for his steadfast dedication to Virginia law enforcement and professionalism in policing.

LAST CALL! Wellness Survey for Public Safety Personnel

Survey closes the end of November! Please below info if you want to include your agency. There is no more important a topic in our profession today than this!

LISTEN: VACP Past President Chief Maggie DeBoard and Retired ACLU of Virginia Director Claire Gastañaga Explore Police Use of Force with Moderator William Fralin on 'Radio IQ's Consider This'

WVTF Public Radio launches a new civil discussion series: 'Radio IQ’s Consider This'; Debut program explored police use of force – both in Virginia and nationally.