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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 November 2011 issue

Read more about the Neighborhood Watch Program.

 

Loudoun County Sheriff's Office Newsletter

Print PDF

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 October 2011 issue

Read more about the Neighborhood Watch Program.

 

Community Safety Tips from Loudoun County

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Dear neighbor,

There has been a recent string of thefts from vehicles and three recent home burglaries in our community, and I wanted to take this opportunity to provide you with some basic safety information and tips to prevent incidents from occurring in your home and neighborhood.  Please be assured that the Sheriff’s Office is fully aware of the situation and has begun to increase its patrolling of the area and will be implementing various measures to increase community awareness and deter future crimes.

One of these measures will be a community meeting with Captain Rick Frye, of the Eastern Loudoun Sheriff Station.  This will be a great opportunity for members of the community to learn more about the recent incidents and what actions are being taken by the Sheriff’s Office.  I encourage you to spread the word in your neighborhood about this important meeting.  All members of the community are welcomed.

  • Date: Wednesday, October 5th
  • Time: 7:00 – 9:00 PM
  • Location: Cascades Library (Room C) 21030 Whitfield Pl Potomac Falls, VA 20165
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Women's Self Defense Workshop

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The Loudoun Sheriff’s Office will hold their 37th Women’s Self-Defense Workshop on Thursday, September 22, 2011.

The class is open to all female residents of Loudoun County over the age of fourteen and space is limited to 100 participants. “The workshop is a free session whose purpose is to educate women on sexual assault issues and rape awareness,” said Sheriff Steve Simpson. “The September session is an opportunity for all women to learn to be aware of their surroundings and how to protect themselves from becoming a victim,” Simpson added.  The session will be held from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at the Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Academy on Thursday, September 22, 2011. The academy is located at 45299 Research Place in Ashburn, VA.

Participants are asked to wear gym style clothing and athletic shoes. Participants will be taught basic self-defense techniques through instruction, demonstration and actual practice of the methods taught.

Those interested in participating in this workshop must register, as space is limited. To register for the workshop you are asked to contact Audra Vogel at 571-258-3049.

 


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