Asian American Law Enforcement Association - National Capital Region

Asian American Law Enforcement Association - National Capital Region The Asian American Law Enforcement Association of the National Capital Region (AALEA-NCR) is a 501(c)(3) established in Fairfax County, Virginia, in 2004.

Congratulations to AALEA-NCR member Lich Nguyen on being sworn in with the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office!
04/08/2019

Congratulations to AALEA-NCR member Lich Nguyen on being sworn in with the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office!

The LCSO welcomed two new deputy recruits, Deputy James Perry and Lich Nguyen, during a swearing-in ceremony today. The new recruits took the oath of office administered by Loudoun Circuit Court Clerk Gary Clemens.

The new recruits will join the LCSO Corrections and Court Services Division after completion of the academy.

Are you Looking for a career in law enforcement? The Loudoun Sheriff’s Office is seeking qualified candidates interested in making a difference in their community. Both sworn and civilian positions are available. Be an everyday hero - join the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office!

Find out more at http://sheriff.loudoun.gov/careers

03/31/2019

Good morning LE family,

On behalf of AALEA-NCR, i am pleased to annouce the following promotions within their respective agencies during the first quarter of 2019:

Promoted to Acting Assistant Chief of Police:

Dinesh Patil - Commander, Montgomery County Police Department - MD

Congratulations to each of you on your achievements! The AALEA-NCR is proud of all your hardwork and continue support of Asian American in the law enforcement profession!

Sincerely,

Wilson

03/31/2019
About Us | Asian American Law Enforcement Association

The AALEA-NCR Executive Board is pleased to announce that Sgt. Aaron Spooner of the Fairfax County Police Department will be joining the Board as the new Vice President of Administration for the 2019-2021 term.

In addition, we'd like to thank Vinny Scianna, our outgoing VP of Administration for all his dedication and hard work over his term.

http://aaleancr.org/board.html

The Asian American Law Enforcement Association (AALEA) - National Capital Region (NCR) was established in Fairfax County, Virginia, in 2004. AALEA-NCR is a non-profit organization and a chartered member of the National Asian Peace Officers Association (NAPOA). AALEA-NCR members are comprised of most...

02/16/2019

IRS - Criminal Investigation just opened an announcement to hire Special Agents at the GL-07/09 level. The job announcement posted on USAJobs Monday and closes on 02/25/2019. See the below link for more details.

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/523937100

Please see the attached job announcement from the City of Fairfield, Ohio for the position of Police Officer.  Applicati...
01/29/2019

Please see the attached job announcement from the City of Fairfield, Ohio for the position of Police Officer. Applications will be accepted starting 2/4/2019 and the deadline is March 5, 2019 by 5PM EST.

Point of contact is:
Sarah Hunold ([email protected]),
Human Resources Assistant
City of Fairfield, Ohio

If anyone can identify the subject in this video, please report to Kung Fu Tea Annandale, Centreville, VA
01/13/2019

If anyone can identify the subject in this video, please report to Kung Fu Tea Annandale, Centreville, VA

This is unacceptable! Why would you take from our employees’ tips! Local business owners please beware of this guy! 😡😡😡🤬🤬🤬

Prince William County Police Department
12/30/2018

Prince William County Police Department

We Remember...Officer Chris Yung. Officer Yung was killed at the intersection of Nokesville Road and Piper Lane in Bristow while responding to a separate traffic crash in Nokesville. A minivan made a left hand turn from northbound Nokesville Road into a shopping center and crossed in front of the officer's motorcycle, causing a collision. Officer Yung was transported to a local hospital where he died from his injuries.

Officer Yung was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and had served in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom. He had served with the Prince William County Police Department for seven years and was assigned to the Traffic Unit.

Officer Yung was a member of Law Enforcement United and served as a motor escort officer during the annual ride. He is survived by his wife and three children.

May we never forget those who have given the ultimate sacrifice, “In valor there is hope”.

Officer Chris Yung, End of Watch: December 31, 2012 #NeverForgotten #PWCPD


Officer Down Memorial Page https://www.odmp.org/officer/21596-police-officer-chris-yung

12/14/2018

Tickets to AALEA-NCR annual dinner is now on sale!! Click on the tab below to purchase your ticket now and avoid a surcharge at the door!!

Bring someone special along or invite others to attend!

We are also asking for your support to help make this event a success! If you know of any organizations interested in making a tax deductible donation to help sponsor the event, please provide the organization's name and point of contact to Michael Wu, VP of Operations, at [email protected]. VP Wu will reach out to those interested organizations to provide details on how they can help make this event a success!

U.S. Secret Service - Contract Specialist OpportunityPlease see attached images reference a vacancy announcement with th...
12/13/2018

U.S. Secret Service - Contract Specialist Opportunity

Please see attached images reference a vacancy announcement with the U.S. Secret Service.

Opening and Closing Period: Friday, November 30, 2018 to Friday, May 31, 2019

Tickets are now available to be purchased online for the upcoming Annual Dinner!$40 - Adults$20 - Kids Ages 6-9Kids 5 an...
12/10/2018
AALEA Annual Dinner

Tickets are now available to be purchased online for the upcoming Annual Dinner!

$40 - Adults
$20 - Kids Ages 6-9
Kids 5 and under are free!

It's that time of year! We hope to see you at the 2019 AALEA NCR Annual Dinner @ Breakers Korean BBQ on January 12, 2019

It's that time of year!  We hope to see you at the 2019 AALEA NCR Annual Dinner @ Breakers Korean BBQ on January 12 @ 18...
12/08/2018

It's that time of year! We hope to see you at the 2019 AALEA NCR Annual Dinner @ Breakers Korean BBQ on January 12 @ 1800 hrs!

See the attached flyer for more info.

On Monday, September 17th 2018, President Wilson Lee and Vice President of Operation Michael Wu was honored to be invite...
10/02/2018

On Monday, September 17th 2018, President Wilson Lee and Vice President of Operation Michael Wu was honored to be invited to the "Dialogue to Address Drug-impaired Driving" by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Attendees participated in identifying policies, program needs, and share promising practices to stop drug-impaired driving.

President Wilson Lee and Vice President Michael were honored to meet both the Honorable Elaine Chao, United States Secretary of Transportation and the Honorable Jeff Sessions, United States Attorney General.

09/26/2018

Good evening brothers and sisters,

On behalf of AALEA-NCR, i am pleased to announce the following promotions within their respective agencies:

Promoted to Lieutenant Colonel:
Gun Lee - Deputy Chief of Administration, Fairfax County police Department

Promoted to First Lieutenant:
Wilson Lee - Police Liaison Commander, Fairfax County Police Department

Promoted to Second Lieutenant:
Jay Jackson - Patrol, Fairfax County Police Department

Promoted to Sergeant:
Ruby Whitfield - Canine Unit, Montgomery County Sheriff's Office
Aaron Spooner - Patrol, Fairfax County Police Department
Chris Wright - Patrol, Fairfax County Police Department
Monica Meeks - Patrol, Fairfax County Police Department
Tuan Vu - Patrol, University of Maryland Police Department

Congratulations to each of you on your achievements! AALEA-NCR is proud of all your hardwork and continued support of Asian Americans in the law enforcement profession!

Sincerely,

Wilson
#NAPOA

Congratulations to AALEA NCR member, PFC Young Lee with the Fairfax County Police Department, on his effort in reducing ...
09/21/2018

Congratulations to AALEA NCR member, PFC Young Lee with the Fairfax County Police Department, on his effort in reducing drunk driving in our area. A well deserved recognition by MADD!!

In addition to enforcing laws, our job is to help keep our community safe from harm. We would like to commend nine officers who went above and beyond to take drunk drivers off our roads in 2017. 👏🏽 These officers were also recognized at the Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Law Enforcement Awards for their accomplishments!

PFC Sameer Khan: 133 DWI arrests
PFC Rashid Roberts: 88 DWI arrests
PFC Sergio Andrade: 57 DWI arrests
PFC James Burleson: 50 DWI arrests
PFC Devin White: 50 DWI arrests
Second Lt. Dana Ferreira: 45 DWI arrests
PFC Cameron York: 40 DWI arrests
PFC John Bell: 29 DWI arrests
PFC Young Lee: 27 DWI arrests

#dontdrivedrunk #drinkresponsibly #drunkdriving #nonefortheroad #FairfaxCounty #FCPD #police #lawenforcement #firstresponders #policeofficers

The Seattle Police Department is now accepting applications for Assistant Chief.  Open until positions filled, first pri...
09/07/2018

The Seattle Police Department is now accepting applications for Assistant Chief. Open until positions filled, first priority to applications received by October 2nd, 2018.

Please see attached job announcement for more information.

The University of Maryland, Department of Public Safety is conducting a hiring process for a Private First Class (Univer...
08/14/2018
Private First Class

The University of Maryland, Department of Public Safety is conducting a hiring process for a Private First Class (University Police Officer II). The closing date for this position is Thursday, September 13, 2018. Applications may be filed electronically at https://ejobs.umd.edu/postings/62621. The open position number for electronic filing is 112708. The University of Maryland, Department of Public Safety is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please see job description below at the link below.

Applicants must have a non-provisional police officer certification through the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commission, or comparable police certification through another state (Comparative Compliance), must have successfully completed a Police Field Training Program and must have succ...

The University of Maryland, Department of Public Safety is conducting a hiring process for a Private (University Police ...
08/14/2018
Private

The University of Maryland, Department of Public Safety is conducting a hiring process for a Private (University Police Officer I). The closing date for this position is Thursday, September 13, 2018. Applications may be filed electronically at https://ejobs.umd.edu/postings/62615. The open position number for electronic filing is 119569. The University of Maryland, Department of Public Safety is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please see job description at the below link.

The University of Maryland Department of Public Safety (UMPD) is a full-service, legislated police agency that serves the myriad needs of the students, faculty, staff, and visitors within its jurisdiction. UMPD is currently recruiting candidates to be considered for the position of University Police...

Caution in the DMV area regarding protest. Be careful and safe to our members who will be working this event in DC or Vi...
08/12/2018
Fairfax County Police Department

Caution in the DMV area regarding protest. Be careful and safe to our members who will be working this event in DC or Virginia.

‪High ridership is expected at the Vienna Metro Station tomorrow. In an effort to promote safety, Chief Roessler is asking commuters to avoid the area all day tomorrow based on our knowledge the ridership will consist of opposing groups known to cause civil unrest.

Please be advised if you’re planning to travel on the Metro, you will need to abide by Metro rules. Note that prohibited items include combustible liquids, explosives, or any item inherently dangerous. They will be confiscated.

Thank you to all of those who joined us for good food and comradery this past weekend at the 2018 AALEA-NCR Family Picni...
08/06/2018

Thank you to all of those who joined us for good food and comradery this past weekend at the 2018 AALEA-NCR Family Picnic! See you next year!

Virginia State Police
08/02/2018

Virginia State Police

***CANCELLED -- 12-year-old JinJing Ma has been safely located***

#Virginia AMBER Alert: Missing 12-year-old at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport

NEW INFORMATION: Possibly traveling in a white Infinity SUV with unknown New York registration

An AMBER Alert has been activated at the request of the Metro Washington Airport Authority Police Department concerning 12-year-old JinJing Ma who was last seen leaving the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, Virginia. Ma is an Asian female with black hair and brown eyes. She is 4'11 and weighs 90 lbs. She was last seen wearing a white t-shirt, blue jeans and a black jacket.

Her abductor is an unknown Asian female with black hair and approximately 40 years old. The woman was wearing a black dress.

JinJing Ma is from China and arrived here in America with a tour group. She received her passport just prior to checking in at the airport and then left her group. She met up with an unknown, Asian female, who assisted the 12-year-old with changing clothes. The two then walked together to the "Arrivals" area of the airport, eventually disappearing from the camera view.

If you have any information about JinJing Ma or her abductor, please call 911 or the MWAA Police at 703-417-2400. More information available at www.vaamberalert.com.

Fairfax County Police Department Police Department, City of Alexandria, Virginia Virginia Department of Transportation Public Safety Virginia The Arlington County Police Department Arlington County Virginia – Government NCMEC

Just a reminder, the AALEA-NCR Annual Summer Picnic is this Saturday at Bull Run Regional Park (see details on flyer). B...
07/31/2018

Just a reminder, the AALEA-NCR Annual Summer Picnic is this Saturday at Bull Run Regional Park (see details on flyer). BBQ and Potluck, bring a dish to share! 🍉🍅

Rockville City Police Department
07/11/2018

Rockville City Police Department

Do you have what it takes to join the ranks of the Rockville City Police Department? The application process for entry level police officer candidates will open on Friday, July 13, 2018. Stay tuned for more information.

Leesburg Police Department, Leesburg VA
07/01/2018

Leesburg Police Department, Leesburg VA

Starting today, The Leesburg Police Department is accepting applications through August 31, 2018 for the January 2019 police academy. This is your opportunity to join one of the most progressive and innovative police agencies in the D.C. area!

AALEA NCR like to extend its Congratulations to the newly appointed GMUPD officers!!
06/20/2018

AALEA NCR like to extend its Congratulations to the newly appointed GMUPD officers!!

George Mason University please welcome OFC Thomas and OFC Volpe. They took their oaths today and graduate from the academy tomorrow. Welcome and congratulations!

Meet one of our AALEA NCR member, Police Officer First Class Frederick Yap with the Fairfax County Police Department!!
04/30/2018

Meet one of our AALEA NCR member, Police Officer First Class Frederick Yap with the Fairfax County Police Department!!

MEET FCPD: Years ago, one of our brave officers, Federick Yap, started saying a short prayer to the Virgin Mary before every shift. He believed that her intercession helped him save the lives of three women during his time on duty, as each occurred after prayer.

He has always seen his officership as a calling – an opportunity to serve the public and help people. Three stories stick out to Yap as particular miracles, women found near-death and surviving through his quick action and the power of prayer.

In 2011, he saved a suicidal woman from the Potomac, when water rescue was not a part of his police training, but they managed to save her. In 2015, he received a call about a woman who had been shot multiple times by her husband, keeping pressure on her wounds until they reached the hospital. She lived through the traumatic event, as Yap continued his prayers. In 2016, he received a call about a woman in danger of hurting herself, and found her in the closed garage with the cars running. They dragged her out of the car, started CPR and saved another life.

Three bars are pinned above the pocket on his police uniform, each awarded for his role in saving these women. In his police bag are the rosaries he uses to pray when he gets a few quiet moments during night shifts.

"You don't expect this to happen three times. For me, these are miracles."

Read the full story from the Arlington Catholic Herald here: http://bit.ly/2vSd6bR

FCPD is now accepting applications for their Police Leaders of Tomorrow program, a week-long course that teaches young a...
04/03/2018
Police Leaders of Tomorrow | Police

FCPD is now accepting applications for their Police Leaders of Tomorrow program, a week-long course that teaches young adults the role law enforcement play. This course is completely free of charge, so take advantage now!!!

Police Leaders of Tomorrow
June 11-15, 2018
Applications due: April 30, 2018

Police Leaders of Tomorrow was created in recognition of the need for diversity in policing. Although the Fairfax County Police Department is more diverse today than in previous years, the Department continues to seek opportunities to ensure its membership is reflective of the community it serves. There are two goals of the Police Leaders of Tomorrow program. The first is to encourage those who attend to consider a career in law enforcement. The second is to educate young adults about policing.

The program is offered free of charge and is open to young adults with diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds between the ages of 18 and 24 in the Metro Washington Area. Class size is limited to 15 students.

Classes will be held Monday through Friday June 11 – 15, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at various police facilities across Fairfax County, including the Criminal Justice Academy in Chantilly, Public Safety Headquarters in Fairfax, and the Pine Ridge Facility in Annandale. Classes are a combination of presentations and facility tours. Participants are expected to attend all classes as well as participate in a ride along with a sworn police officer.

For an application and more details, please see our web site: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police/servicesiz/plot

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