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 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 l

Visit us at www.loudouncrimecommission.org 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 l

Operating as usual

09/02/2021

On 9/11 at 11:00 on the Teardrop in Purcellville we will dedicate a plaque to all that served in Iraq, Afghanistan and around the globe fighting terrorism. All are invited to attend.

08/30/2021

School Resource Officer Andrade had a great time catching up with some of her old students and meeting some of her new students during lunch!

08/30/2021

Saying goodbye.

Terri Norris, the mother of PFC Cody Norris, killed in Afghanistan, kneels beside his coffin at Ellington Field after his body was returned for burial.

08/11/2021

Greetings,

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 2021 Loudoun Crime Commission (LCC) Luncheon on 10 September. Our speaker will be FBI Special Agent Morgan Bailey, who will give us an update on Homegrown Violent Extremism including Northern Virginia.

BIO: Special Agent Bailey entered the FBI in 2008 after serving as a collegiate coach for approximately 12 years. On entering the FBI, he was assigned to the San Diego field office where he investigated public corruption, financial crime, human intelligence, and counter-terrorism.

In 2015 Agent Bailey took a supervisory role in the Counter-terrorism Division where he managed counter-terrorism 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.

This event begins at 1230 pm on Friday, September 10, 2021, at the Belmont Country Club - doors open at noon for gathering and socializing. (Please plan to bring a mask as appropriate for you and any updated guidelines. We may be restricted to 50 attendees, so RSVP early).

We hope all LCC members will attend and invite their friends to take this opportunity to meet and interact with Loudoun's law enforcement officials, and to gain some insight into crime issues in our community. We look forward to seeing you all there (we are limited to 50 attendees for this meeting).

To attend, please send an RSVP by Tuesday, September 7th, 2021 to: [email protected]

Frank Holtz
Chairman, LCC

Photos from U.S. Capitol Police's post
08/05/2021

Photos from U.S. Capitol Police's post

08/05/2021

The Leesburg Police Department would like to extend our deepest sympathies to fallen Pentagon Police Officer George Gonzalez of the Pentagon Force Protection Agency.

Last night, the Pentagon Force Protection Agency observed End of Watch for Officer Gonzalez who was tragically killed during an incident at the Pentagon bus platform.

A native of Brooklyn, New York, he was a die-hard Yankees fan. He was a graduate of New York City’s Canarsie High School and joined the Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) as a police officer on July 22, 2018. He was promoted twice and attained the rank of Senior Officer in 2020.

As a military and police veteran, Officer Gonzalez had served previously with the Federal Bureau of Prisons, the Transportation Security Administration, and United States Army. He was awarded the Army Commendation Medal for his service in Iraq.

We send our deepest condolences to his family, friends, and colleagues.

Photos from Kelly Burk, Leesburg's post
08/04/2021

Photos from Kelly Burk, Leesburg's post

07/31/2021

Congratulations to our friend, Sheriff Chapman!

#backtheblue

Photos from GAM Graphics and Marketing's post
07/28/2021

Photos from GAM Graphics and Marketing's post

Photos from Purcellville Police Department's post
07/26/2021

Photos from Purcellville Police Department's post

07/11/2021

This is why you support Home Depot!
This is the Home Depot on Alexis Rd where Officer Anthony Dia, Toledo Police, was shot and killed 7-4-2020. Home Depot stepped up and has a permanent memorial to remember his ultimate sacrifice. Home Depot backs the blue

“118 Tell my family I love them” was Anthony’s last radio transmission before he passed away

07/08/2021

Leesburg Police Detectives are seeking the public's assistance to locate a wanted subject. If you have any relevant information, please contact Detect M. Taylor at (703) 771-4500.

07/05/2021

Check out this awesome photo one of our Officers captured from the fireworks at Ida Lee! 💥🇺🇸

07/05/2021

We would like to give a big THANK YOU to LCSO and MWAA motor units for participating in our parade today! 🇺🇸

Happy 4th 2021. " Be Safe "Frank Holtz Chairman- Loudoun County Crime Commission.
07/04/2021

Happy 4th 2021. " Be Safe "

Frank Holtz
Chairman- Loudoun County Crime Commission.

Detachment members as part of the Leesburg VFW's Color Guard heading up today's Leesburg Independence Day Parade.

LCC- May's Luncheon with Fairfax Countys Gang Task Force at the Belmont County Club.The LCC- will be on summer break unt...
06/02/2021

LCC- May's Luncheon with Fairfax Countys Gang Task Force at the Belmont County Club.

The LCC- will be on summer break until our next luncheon in September.

Have a safe and enjoyable summer.

"Fighting Crime is Everybody's Business"

Frank Holtz
Chairman LCC.

LCC- May's Luncheon with Fairfax Countys Gang Task Force at the Belmont County Club.

The LCC- will be on summer break until our next luncheon in September.

Have a safe and enjoyable summer.

"Fighting Crime is Everybody's Business"

Frank Holtz
Chairman LCC.

05/05/2021

Members and friends of the Loudoun Crime Commission – Greetings!

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 May 2021 Loudoun Crime Commission (LCC) Luncheon on 14 May:

Our speakers will be from the Northern Virginia Gang Task Force to update the LCC on current task force work and threats.

The Task Force Commander, 2LT Andrew Wright, (Fairfax County Police Department), SGT Rob Surman and Detective Pengelly will provide the presentation and answer any questions.

This event will be at 1230 pm on Friday May 14, 2021, at the Belmont Country Club. Doors open at noon for gathering and socializing (please plan to bring and wear a mask as appropriate).

We hope all LCC members will attend and invite their friends to take this opportunity to meet and interact with Loudoun's law enforcement officials, and to gain some insight into crime issues in our community.

We look forward to seeing you there (we are limited to 50 attendees for this meeting).

To attend, please send an RSVP by Tuesday, May 11th, 2021 to: [email protected]

PLEASE NOTE: This will be the only LCC luncheon until September 2021, when we return from summer break.

Frank Holtz
Chairman, LCC

- Boston Strong-
04/16/2021

- Boston Strong-

04/12/2021

Members and friends of the Loudoun Crime Commission,

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 May 2021 Loudoun Crime Commission (LCC) luncheon on May 14th:

Our speakers will be from the Northern Virginia Gang Task Force to update the LCC on current task force work and threats. The Task Force Commander, 2LT Andrew Wright, (Fairfax County Police Department), SGT Rob Surman, and Detective Pengelly will provide the presentation and answer any questions.

This event will take place at 1230 pm on Friday, May 14, 2021, at the Belmont Country Club. Doors open at noon for gathering and socializing (please plan to bring and wear a mask as appropriate).

We hope all LCC members will attend and invite their friends to take this opportunity to meet and interact with Loudoun's law enforcement officials, and to gain some insight into crime issues in our community.

We look forward to seeing you there (please note that we are limited to 50 attendees for this meeting).

To attend, please send an RSVP by Tuesday, May 11, 2021 to: [email protected]

Thank you,

Frank Holtz, Chairman

04/03/2021

The U.S. Capitol Police Department is deeply grateful for the support we’ve received from around the world. We wish we could respond to each one of you. Please know your sympathy is appreciated beyond words.

- Our Hearts and Prayers-
04/03/2021

- Our Hearts and Prayers-

🔹 Blessed Are The Peacemakers 🔹

Officer William "Billy" Evans

United States Capitol Police, Washington, D.C.

EOW: Friday, April 2, 2021

#EnoughIsEnough #OfficerDown #EOW #ThinBlueLine

04/01/2021

The violence against law enforcement continues. First 3 months of 2021:

⚠️ 68 officers shot
⚠️ 14 officers killed by gunfire
⚠️ 16 officers shot in 13 separate ambush attacks

It’s time for EVERYONE to #SupportThePolice and say #EnoughIsEnough

03/10/2021

We will be continuing our luncheons in May..... The Belmont County Club.

Our newsletter will keep our members, guests advised on times and guest speakers.

"Thank you and your continued support". -Fighting Crime is Everybody's Business-

Frank Holtz
Chairman LCC

01/16/2021

January 15, 2021

Greetings Loudoun Crime Commission Members and Friends:

As I take over Chairmanship and 2021 begins, we are seeing a continuation if not an increase of political strife, frustrations, and levels of lawlessness across America over the past year. Calls for changes in policing and related policies are hot topics and I suspect this will continue for some time. While we here in Loudoun County have been blessed by not having experienced the levels of violence and lawlessness seen in more urban cities, we are not immune; and we certainly care for all our fellow Americans that may be suffering.

I want to thank you for your continued interest in and support of the LCC and our local Law Enforcement community. We hope to be back to our luncheons in March and will keep you apprised of our next meeting. Lastly, I want to mention two recent events:

- On Saturday, January 2, 2021, Loudoun County Sheriff's Deputy Camron Gentry was struck by several bullets while on the scene of a shoplifting incident involving a convicted felon. Deputy Gentry has already undergone multiple surgeries and will have many more ahead of him, along with a long recovery. The Loudoun Dulles Fraternal Order of Police is raising funds through a Go Fund Me page to assist Deputy Gentry with his long-term recovery.

o GO FUND ME: https://charity.gofundme.com/o/en/campaign/deputy-sheriff-shot-in-the-line-of-duty?utm_campaign=oc&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=crowdrise&fbclid=IwAR1Zt91ZtkXL0WFEMgSpz_1xqje9v1BI-SjUYlnDsiDbvrH-S2dwAAJyrl8

- The Loudoun County Crime Commission extends its deepest condolences to the family, friends, and fellow officers of U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who was injured in the line of duty and later succumbed to his injuries. A GO FUND ME page had been set up for donations, which received more than $700k. (The family has decided to close donations at this time.)

The upcoming Congressional Hearings are going to be extremely important in determining how law enforcement agencies respond in the future, and should clarify the Congressional Leadership's as well as the U.S. Capitol Police’s responsibilities in reference to the safety of buildings and personnel in Washington DC and throughout the United States and its Territories.

Respectfully,

Frank Holtz
Chairman, Loudoun Crime Commission

Loudoun County Public Schools
12/30/2020

Loudoun County Public Schools

The Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Safety and Security Division recently honored two retiring members of the Leesburg Police Department who were associated with the school resource officer (SRO) program.

Sgt. Steve Pebler was the police department’s Traffic Management Unit supervisor (having previously served as SRO supervisor). He retired after 29 years of service to Leesburg. Pebler joined the Leesburg Police Department in 1981 after serving four years in the Air Force and with the Sherwood, Ark., Police Department. During his years with the Leesburg Police Department, he also served as patrol supervisor and Negotiations Team leader.

Officer Mike Buracker served as the school resource officer at Loudoun County High School and Catoctin Elementary. (He also has assisted at other Leesburg schools throughout the years when their primary SRO was on leave.) Buracker joined the Leesburg Police Department in 1991. He also has served as patrol supervisor, detective and as a traffic officer. Buracker was part of a long-standing effort by school resource officers to donate meals and presents to students in need during the Holiday Season.

“On behalf of LCPS, I want to thank Steve and Mike for their outstanding service and dedication in protecting our community,” said LCPS Director of Safety and Security John Clark. “My congratulations and best wishes in retirement.”

Leesburg Police Department
11/27/2020

Leesburg Police Department

We are thankful for Carolyn & Dawn and are also thankful for Loudoun-Dulles FOP Lodge 69 for donating Thanksgiving meals to our staff today. We are also thankful for our officers & dispatchers who are serving and protecting #LeesburgVA today. #Community #Thanksgiving2020 🦃

Marine Toys for Tots Foundation
11/24/2020

Marine Toys for Tots Foundation

Did you know that Ollie's Bargain Outlet is an official #toysfortots drop off location? Help fill the box and bring the joy of Christmas to less fortunate children in your community! 🎄🎁

Leesburg Police Department
11/24/2020

Leesburg Police Department

Last night we had the pleasure of handing out our annual free Thanksgiving meals to our #LeesburgVA community members in need.

This annual event provides lower income, single parent families with small children a warm holiday meal. Due to COVID-19 the individually packaged meals were handed out drive-through style instead of being served at a community event.

The Thanksgiving meal, which has occurred annually for over a decade, was a huge success this year due to the generosity of the volunteers from the Police Department & the Leesburg Police Citizens Support Team, volunteers from INMED USA, as well as volunteers from the St. James' Episcopal Church Leesburg, VA. We would also like to thank Deli South for providing their kitchen space to prepare the meals and Country Buick-GMC for their generous donation.

#Community #Thanksgiving2020

Gary Clemens
10/12/2020

Gary Clemens

The Virginia Court Clerks Association (VCCA) did not hold its annual convention this year due to COVID-19. The VCCA did conduct a virtual election of officers recently and an oath of office ceremony was hosted by Clerk of Circuit Court Barrett Chappell (Dinwiddie). The Honorable Bobby Wrenn (former Clerk from Greensville Co.) officiated the swearing in ceremony. Congratulations to the following newly elected VCCA officers who took their oath of office as officers: President - Llezelle Dugger (Charlottesville), 1st VP - Kristen Nelson (York), 2nd VP - Ed Jewett (Richmond), 3rd VP - Mona Foley (Williamsburg), Secretary - Kelly Duffy (Bristol), Treasurer - Rick Francis (Southhampton), Parliamentarian - Teresa Dobbins (Powhatan).
I have served as an officer or executive committee member of the VCCA for 16 years so I know the dedication and commitment necessary to serve as an officer. Thank you all for agreeing to serve the VCCA and all Virginians who receive valuable services from the 120 circuit court clerks' offices in Virginia.

Address

44125 Woodridge Pkwy, Ste 200
Leesburg, VA
20176

General information

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

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday 11am - 12pm

Telephone

(703) 727-5735

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