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Loudoun County Sheriff's Office Newsletter

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In an effort to keep citizens better informed about crime, the Sheriff's Office has implemented a monthly Neighborhood Watch Newsletter. This newsletter includes safety and security tips relevant for the month and the time of year. It also includes information on recent crimes and crime trends in the county. The newsletter will also detail educational crime prevention training events that are open to the public. A copy of the most recent issue of the newsletter is online at the Office of the Sheriff Adult Crime Prevention Unit web site

View the June 2011 issue

Read more about the Neighborhood Watch Program.


Inside Loudoun County - Lyme Disease

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The new edition of “Inside Loudoun County” features segments on Lyme disease prevention and emergency medical services (EMS) in Loudoun County.

The guest in the first segment of the show is Dr. David Goodfriend, Loudoun County Health Department Director. He discusses ways people can protect themselves from Lyme disease as well as other warm-weather problems such as West Nile virus and exposure to the sun. Lyme disease infections occur throughout the year, but are more common during the late spring and summer and in people who work or play outdoors. Goodfriend highlights steps people can take to reduce their chances of getting bitten by a tick that carries the organism that causes Lyme disease. He says Lyme disease is treatable if detected early, so awareness of the disease is a key to staying healthy. More information about Lyme disease, including a description of the first sign of infection, is available online at

The guests in the show’s second segment are Lisa Braun, Volunteer Recruitment and Retention Specialist for the Loudoun County Department of Fire, Rescue & Emergency Management, and Bill Lyden, a member of the Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad who also serves as chairman of the Fire-Rescue system’s Recruitment and Retention Committee. They discuss the need for EMS personnel in the county, the training offered to volunteers by the county, and the benefits to volunteering. In addition to firefighters, the system is recruiting volunteers to serve as emergency medical technicians and paramedics. More information about the system is online at and

“Inside Loudoun County” is a 30-minute cable television program airing Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8:00 p.m., and repeating at various times, on Comcast Government Channel 23, Verizon FiOS Channel 40, and Open Band Channel 40. The program is also archived for viewing through the Loudoun County webcast system at The show is hosted by Nancy McCormick of the Loudoun County Office of Public Information and is produced by Comcast.


Loudoun County Appraisals

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Begining May 23rd, Mark Thompson, an appraiser from the Loudoun County assessor's office, will be going door-to-door inspections of homes within Dominion Station.  He is doing this to correct any erroneous information that may exist in the Loudoun County database.

These types of inspections are typically done every 5 years.  Mark might ask questions inquiring into the number of bedrooms, bathrooms, fireplaces, etc...

If you have any questions, please contact:

Mark Thompson

45201 Research Place - Suite 130

Ashburn, VA 20147

Direct - 703-777-0266

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Eastern Loudoun Station Open House

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The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office Eastern Loudoun Station will hold its first annual open-house on May 28, 2011 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Residents are encouraged to attend and meet members of the Eastern Station staff, take a guided tour of the facility, and view Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office displays. Light refreshments will be provided.

The Eastern Loudoun Station is located at 46620 East Frederick Drive in Sterling (adjacent to Rolling Ridge Elementary School).

The Eastern Loudoun Station provides substantial public safety services to the community and reduces travel time to the Sheriff’s Office Headquarters in Leesburg. The station also offers a community room available for public use to local non-profit organizations.

The Eastern Loudoun Station is the agency’s first stand-alone station. The Eastern Loudoun Station is one of four planned stations for the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff’s Office opened their first county-owned station, the Dulles South Public Safety Center, in 2007 in the South Riding area. The station serves as a combined fire-rescue station and law enforcement station. The Sheriff’s Office also plans to open stations in Western Loudoun and in the Ashburn area in the near future.


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