Loudoun Crime Commission

Loudoun Crime Commission The Loudoun Crime Commission is a non-profit, charitable, membership organization, open to any concerned citizen, local business, educational institution. Visit us at www.loudouncrimecommission.org
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We believe that "Fighting crime is every citizens business!" We have made this our motto. The Commission plays a special role within the Loudoun County community by supporting law enforcement and other organizations with anti-crime initiatives through its community based support. This support includes enhancing direct communications between citizens and law enforcement through social networking programs, luncheons, and other events with law enforcement, business, citizens, media and government agency involvement. The LCC also provides direct and indirect support to police agencies that include material and financial assistance for education, training and equipment (on a case by case basis). By linking these disparate groups together with a single focus of fighting crime, we can make a positive difference in the communication level between these groups and in understanding how to work together better in Loudoun County. In all activities, the Loudoun Crime Commission shall remain politically neutral, neither supporting nor disparaging any political party.

Leesburg Police Department
08/02/2020

Leesburg Police Department

Thank you Walmart Leesburg for providing our officers with these cups which share your support of law enforcement. We appreciate each of our many #CommunityPartners!

The Loudoun Crime Commission Vice Chairman, Frank Holtz,  presented a scholarship award to Maykala Davis for her outstan...
06/19/2020

The Loudoun Crime Commission Vice Chairman, Frank Holtz, presented a scholarship award to Maykala Davis for her outstanding accomplishments in the Administration of Justice program at the Academies of Loudoun. Ms. Davis is intrested in pursuing a career in criminal justice and public service.

We sincerely congratulate her on being this year's recipient and know that it is well-deserved.

Congratulations.
06/15/2020

Congratulations.

Four New Leesburg Police Officers Graduate the Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Training Academy’s Basic Law Enforcement School

Leesburg, VA (June 15, 2020) – Today, four new Leesburg Police Officers graduated from the 142nd Session of the Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Training Academy’s (NVCJTA) Basic Law Enforcement School. The NVCJTA, which is a nationally accredited law enforcement training academy, provides basic training for police officers and deputy sheriffs in compliance with the standards required by the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS). Officers Mercy Andrade, Todd Cockerham, Gregory Graves, and Chelsea Massie successfully completed more than 700 hours of basic law enforcement training during the 20-week program, which covers a multitude of topics through a combination of lecture and practical exercises.

“These four new officers enter into the profession at a time where their bravery is not only required when putting themselves in harms way, but at a time where the act of putting on the badge itself calls for unassailable courageousness. Regardless, they are ready to serve,” said Leesburg Police Chief Greg Brown.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, this session’s graduation ceremony is being held over multiple dates this summer to allow for proper recognition of all graduates. We are pleased to announce that Leesburg Officer Andrade sang the National Anthem at today’s graduation ceremony, and will do so for each of Session 142’s subsequent graduation ceremonies. Participating agencies of the NVCJTA include Arlington County Police Department, Arlington County Sheriff’s Office, City of Alexandria Police Department, City of Alexandria Sheriff’s Office, Fairfax City Police Department, George Mason University Police Department, Leesburg Police Department, Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office, City of Manassas Police Department, Manassas Park Police Department, Metro Transit Police Department, Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Police, Northern Virginia Community College Police Department, and the Town of Purcellville Police Department. On behalf of the men and women of Leesburg Police, congratulations to all of the Session 142 graduates!

Our new officers will now be placed in a structured 12-week field training program with seasoned field training officers. Upon successful completion of the field training program, they will each be certified for solo patrol. Please welcome our newest officers as you see them around town!

(Photo L-R: Officer Graves, Officer Massie, Chief Brown, LPD Academy Instructor Officer Zebrine, Officer Cockerham, Officer Andrade)

Media Contact:

Officer Michael Drogin, Public Information Officer

Email: [email protected], 703-771-4538

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Members and friends of the Loudoun Crime Commission,We normally acknowledge police week at our meeting in May but have s...
05/12/2020
Virtual Candlelight Vigil Registration - National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund

Members and friends of the Loudoun Crime Commission,

We normally acknowledge police week at our meeting in May but have suspended meetings until further notice due to COVID-19.

This year, the 307 new names of fallen U.S. law enforcement officers will be formally dedicated on the walls of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial during a virtual Candlelight Vigil on Wednesday, May 13 at 8 p.m. ET. Here is a link to sign up - to virtually attend the vigil:

http://support.nleomf.org/site/PageNavigator/2020VirtualCandlelightVigilRegistration.html

This year, Virginia is submitting one VSP Trooper, Lucas Bartley Dowell (February 4, 2019) and adding one officer from Norfolk County (from 1933) and ten Richmond Officers from the year 1870.

Below is a link to describe the virtual event on May 13th and there is a 1 minute tribute video at that site if you would like to watch.

https://www.policeone.com/police-heroes/articles/fallen-leos-to-be-honored-during-virtual-vigil-TMB39bv9Pfu4l3JJ/

Please join the Chairman and Directors of the LCC in taking a few minutes to remember and to pray for all the active law enforcement and their families and for the families of the lost officers and agents that have given their lives in protection of our country and our people.

On behalf of the Chairman and the Directors,

Respectfully,

Steven Collins
Past Chairman, Loudoun Crime Commission

The mission of the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum is to tell the story of American law enforcement and make it safer for those who serve.

04/30/2020
Marine Toys for Tots Foundation

Marine Toys for Tots Foundation

During these uncertain times, Toys for Tots is taking extraordinary measures to help families-in-need. We have assessed the situation and are mobilizing quickly to distribute 2 million toys to less fortunate children currently staying at home with their families. These efforts will pull from our 2020 Christmas toy inventory, so the number of children and families who will need our help when Christmas DOES arrive will be greater than ever before. Your gift today will have a critical impact helping replenish our supply of books and toys before Christmas arrives.

Leesburg Police Department
04/17/2020

Leesburg Police Department

The Leesburg Police Department urges our subscribers to refrain from posting their high school graduation photos & viral personal lists to their social media.

While these posts seem harmless, according to the Better Business Bureau, "What most people forget is that some of these “favorite things” are commonly used passwords or security questions. If your social media privacy settings aren’t high, you could be giving valuable information away for anyone to use."

Leesburg Police Department
04/16/2020

Leesburg Police Department

We continue to celebrate our unsung heroes during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week!

Leesburg Police Department’s Emergency Communications Center staff wants you to know that, “we see you, we hear you, & we value you!”

Please feel free to comment with words of encouragement for our dispatchers👮☎️🎤⌨️👮‍♂️

02/03/2020
The Night Police Novels

The Night Police Novels

The Night Police page has a couple of purposes: Provide a place where those interested in the law enforcement and military life can swap stories, and to inform folks about our upcoming book series based on real life war stories set in a fictional locale.

Loudoun Crime Commission's cover photo
01/23/2020

Loudoun Crime Commission's cover photo

01/13/2020
Berry & Berry, PLLC

Berry & Berry, PLLC

Congratulations to new Fraternal Order of Police- United States Park Police Labor Committee Chair Ken Spencer and outgoing Chair Mike Shalton. As I have told anyone that wants to get into law enforcement over the last 21 years, the U.S. Park Police is the best federal law enforcement agency in the United States. Congrats to Ken and new USPP Chief Greg Monahan.

01/09/2020
Loudoun Crime Commission

Loudoun Crime Commission

Members and friends of the Loudoun Crime Commission – Greetings!

On behalf of Chairman Rich Claar and acting Chairman Lloyd Reese, thank you for your continued support of the LCC and our work to educate the community, and to maintain a connection between the public and Law Enforcement.

You are invited to attend our first Luncheon of 2020, the “9th Annual State of Law Enforcement in Loudoun County Forum.” We have confirmed the attendance of Sheriff Mike Chapman, Leesburg Chief of Police, Greg Brown, Purcellville Chief of Police Cynthia McAlister, and Middleburg Chief of Police Anthony “AJ” Panebianco to present or discuss the current state of law enforcement in the community.

This special event will be at 1230PM on Friday, January 10, 2020, at the Belmont Country Club. Doors open at noon for gathering and socializing.

Each leader will discuss their department's accomplishments and challenges, as well as thoughts and concerns about anti-crime and law enforcement services before taking questions from the audience.

We hope all LCC members will attend and invite their friends to take this opportunity to meet and interact with Loudoun's top law enforcement officials, and to gain some insight into crime issues in our fast growing locality. We look forward to seeing you there.

To attend, please send an RSVP by Tuesday, January 7, 2020 to: [email protected]

Thank you,

Frank Holtz
Vice Chairman, Loudoun Crime Commission

01/06/2020

Members and friends of the Loudoun Crime Commission – Greetings!

On behalf of Chairman Rich Claar and acting Chairman Lloyd Reese, thank you for your continued support of the LCC and our work to educate the community, and to maintain a connection between the public and Law Enforcement.

You are invited to attend our first Luncheon of 2020, the “9th Annual State of Law Enforcement in Loudoun County Forum.” We have confirmed the attendance of Sheriff Mike Chapman, Leesburg Chief of Police, Greg Brown, Purcellville Chief of Police Cynthia McAlister, and Middleburg Chief of Police Anthony “AJ” Panebianco to present or discuss the current state of law enforcement in the community.

This special event will be at 1230PM on Friday, January 10, 2020, at the Belmont Country Club. Doors open at noon for gathering and socializing.

Each leader will discuss their department's accomplishments and challenges, as well as thoughts and concerns about anti-crime and law enforcement services before taking questions from the audience.

We hope all LCC members will attend and invite their friends to take this opportunity to meet and interact with Loudoun's top law enforcement officials, and to gain some insight into crime issues in our fast growing locality. We look forward to seeing you there.

To attend, please send an RSVP by Tuesday, January 7, 2020 to: [email protected]

Thank you,

Frank Holtz
Vice Chairman, Loudoun Crime Commission

Leesburg Police Department
12/31/2019

Leesburg Police Department

Happy New Year from your friends at the Leesburg Police Department! Here are a few of our favorite moments from 2019. While we hope our followers enjoy their celebrations tonight, we remind you to NEVER drink and drive, and to always buckle up!

Merry Christmas and happy holidays from all of us.Our January Belmont country club luncheon quest speakers will be offic...
12/24/2019

Merry Christmas and happy holidays from all of us.

Our January Belmont country club luncheon quest speakers will be officials in charge of our Loudoun law enforcement community.

Frank Holtz
LCC Vice chairman

Thank you Wegmans for providing our staff with a great lunch today! #communitypartners

Left to right:  Fairfax County Police Chief, Colonel Edwin C. Roessler Jr., and Fairfax County Service Dog, Lloyd Reece ...
11/21/2019

Left to right: Fairfax County Police Chief, Colonel Edwin C. Roessler Jr., and Fairfax County Service Dog, Lloyd Reece (LCC), Frank Holtz (Vice Chairman LCC), and Guest Speaker Jaysyn Carson, Director - Incident Support Services - Fairfax County Police Department, who spoke about suicide rates among First Responders.

The luncheon took place at Belmont Country Club in November 2019.

Purcellville Police Department
10/24/2019

Purcellville Police Department

Thank you to Bill Woolf, Executive Director of Just Ask Prevention, for a very informative and eye-opening presentation tonight on human trafficking held at Purcellville Town Hall. We learned that every 30 seconds a child or teen is sold into slavery in the US, with over 100,000 children exploited every year in America. Sadly, human trafficking is the 2nd largest criminal enterprise in the world. If you would like to learn more information about this horrific crime, and how to prevent and protect children, not only in our community, but those throughout the country, please visit their website at justaskprevention.org.

Special Agent Morgan Bailey from the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force addressing attendees at the LCC luncheon held on S...
09/19/2019

Special Agent Morgan Bailey from the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force addressing attendees at the LCC luncheon held on September 13, 2019 at Belmont Country Club.

09/12/2019
Loudoun Crime Commission

Loudoun Crime Commission

Members and friends of the Loudoun Crime Commission,

Greetings! We hope you have enjoyed your summer!

On behalf of Chairman Rich Claar, Acting Chairman Lloyd Reese and the Directors, thank you for your continued support of the LCC and our work to educate the community, and to maintain a connection between the public and Law Enforcement.

You are invited to attend our September 2019 Luncheon. This luncheon event will be on Friday, September 13, 2019, at the Belmont Country Club. Doors will open for gathering and socializing at noon and lunch will be served at 1230 pm.

We hope all LCC members will attend and invite their friends to hear another great speaker and to meet and interact with Loudoun's law enforcement officials, business and educational leaders and fellow citizens to gain insight into, and participate in, high level dialogue regarding crime issues in our fast growing locality.

We will have a speaker from the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force squad charged with the detection and disruption of Homegrown Violent Extremists in Northern Virginia. This should be an interesting presentation (but that can be said of them all!)

About our speaker: Morgan Bailey

Special Agent Bailey entered the FBI in 2008 after serving as a collegiate coach for approximately 12 years. Upon entering the FBI, he was assigned to the San Diego field office where he investigated public corruption, financial crime, human intelligence, and counterterrorism. In 2015 Agent Bailey took a supervisory role in the Counterterrorism Division where he managed counterterrorism cases run by the Washington Field Office. In 2016 he was promoted to Unit Chief in the Directorate of Intelligence in Washington DC. Most recently he was assigned as a field supervisor in the Washington DC Field Office where he supervised the National Capital Response Squad and currently supervises a squad which investigates Homegrown Violent Extremism in Northern Virginia.
Agent Baily will be speaking about trends with Homegrown Violent Extremists and Domestic Terrorism across the US and will also address the composition of our local Joint Terrorism Task Force while recognizing our strong partnership with other local, state and federal agencies and community and religious organizations.

To attend, please send an RSVP by September 10, 2019 to: [email protected]

We look forward to seeing you at the luncheon.

Frank Holtz
Vice Chairman, LCC

09/07/2019

Members and friends of the Loudoun Crime Commission,

Greetings! We hope you have enjoyed your summer!

On behalf of Chairman Rich Claar, Acting Chairman Lloyd Reese and the Directors, thank you for your continued support of the LCC and our work to educate the community, and to maintain a connection between the public and Law Enforcement.

You are invited to attend our September 2019 Luncheon. This luncheon event will be on Friday, September 13, 2019, at the Belmont Country Club. Doors will open for gathering and socializing at noon and lunch will be served at 1230 pm.

We hope all LCC members will attend and invite their friends to hear another great speaker and to meet and interact with Loudoun's law enforcement officials, business and educational leaders and fellow citizens to gain insight into, and participate in, high level dialogue regarding crime issues in our fast growing locality.

We will have a speaker from the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force squad charged with the detection and disruption of Homegrown Violent Extremists in Northern Virginia. This should be an interesting presentation (but that can be said of them all!)

About our speaker: Morgan Bailey

Special Agent Bailey entered the FBI in 2008 after serving as a collegiate coach for approximately 12 years. Upon entering the FBI, he was assigned to the San Diego field office where he investigated public corruption, financial crime, human intelligence, and counterterrorism. In 2015 Agent Bailey took a supervisory role in the Counterterrorism Division where he managed counterterrorism cases run by the Washington Field Office. In 2016 he was promoted to Unit Chief in the Directorate of Intelligence in Washington DC. Most recently he was assigned as a field supervisor in the Washington DC Field Office where he supervised the National Capital Response Squad and currently supervises a squad which investigates Homegrown Violent Extremism in Northern Virginia.
Agent Baily will be speaking about trends with Homegrown Violent Extremists and Domestic Terrorism across the US and will also address the composition of our local Joint Terrorism Task Force while recognizing our strong partnership with other local, state and federal agencies and community and religious organizations.

To attend, please send an RSVP by September 10, 2019 to: [email protected]

We look forward to seeing you at the luncheon.

Frank Holtz
Vice Chairman, LCC

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44125 Woodridge Pkwy, Ste 200
Leesburg, VA
20176

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A registered 501C-3 organization/Tax ID:11-3745130

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
Saturday 09:00 - 17:00
Sunday 11:00 - 12:00

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(703) 727-5735

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