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

11/11/2021

School Resource Officer Carter was proud to join the Loudoun County High School ROTC program today in celebration of those that have served! #VeteransDay #ThankYouForYourService #ThankAVeteran

11/08/2021

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 last luncheon for 2021: The LCC Luncheon event is at 1230 pm on Friday, November 12th, 2021, at the Belmont Country Club. Doors open at noon for gathering and socializing.

Our speaker is Commander Robert Glover, Washington Metropolitan Police Department, who will present:
“Inside the January 6th Capitol Riot”

Commander Robert Glover was the commander of MPD officers deployed to the scene of the January 6th event. He will describe his experience on that day. What it was like to call for backup 17 times, and to see multiple officers suffer injuries.

Robert Glover was appointed by then Acting Chief Contee III to the rank of Commander in January 2021, and currently heads the Special Operations Division (SOD) where he manages all special operations units. These include the Emergency Response Team, Explosive Ordnance Disposal, Harbor Patrol, Canine, Air Support, Horse Mounted, and Special Events.

Commander Glover began his career with MPD as a recruit in 1994. After four years, he was promoted to Sergeant. In 2000, he was promoted to Lieutenant and served in a number of posts at that rank.

In 2016, he was named Captain of the Special Events Branch and was promoted to Inspector in 2020. That year he oversaw the Presidential Inauguration planning and First Amendment Demonstrations.

Commander Glover graduated from Pennsylvania State University in 1993 with a BS in Administration of Justice. He has numerous certificates and has received training from agencies such as the FBI and the US Secret Service.

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 all there.

To attend, please send an RSVP by Tuesday, November 9th, 2021 to: [email protected]

Thank you,

Frank Holtz
Chairman, LCC

11/05/2021

Honored to be in Richmond today to announce our transition team.

This team contains law enforcement officials, Commonwealth’s Attorneys, Attorneys and Community Leaders.

Thank you Virginia for allowing me to start this process and serve as your Top Prosecutor.

11/05/2021

Did you know that all Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Training Academy recruits visit #LeesburgVA for a 1 day course on the #LPD’s successful methods of #CommunityPolicing? Today, the final class from this session toured Leesburg & learned about our community policing philosophies. Thank you Cornerstone Chapel for allowing us to once again use your facilities for this rewarding class!

11/05/2021

A report has been received this week of a Loudoun County resident receiving a phone call where the caller impersonated a law enforcement official and asked for gift cards to clear an arrest warrant. The caller identified themselves as an officer with the Leesburg Police Department to help make the scam appear legitimate.

It is important to note that members of law enforcement will NEVER ASK for MONEY or PREPAID/GIFT CARDS in lieu of arrest.

If you have any questions as to the validity of a telephone call from any law enforcement agency, or have been a victim of this telephone scam, you are asked to call the LPD non-emergency dispatch line at 703-771-4500.

11/02/2021

You may notice something different about some of our officers during the month of November.

Leesburg Police Officers, in collaboration with Inova Loudoun Hospital, are once again participating in a cancer awareness campaign known as "No-Shave November.”

The purpose of the campaign is to bring awareness to patients that often lose their hair secondary to cancer treatment.

During the month of November, participating members of the Leesburg Police Department will be permitted to forego shaving for the month, in order to evoke conversation and raise cancer awareness.

Officers and staff who choose to participate, personally make a monetary donation and independently collect donations which go to the Cancer Patient Assistance Fund at Inova Loudoun Hospital. This fund supports the critical needs of cancer patients in #Loudoun County, both during and after treatment, including assistance with bills, prescriptions, transportation, housing, and much more.

This continued partnership affords us the opportunity to directly assist community members who may be impacted by cancer.

Anyone wishing to make a donation to the Cancer Patient Assistance Fund at Inova Loudoun Hospital on behalf of #LPD's #NoShaveNovember campaign can do so at: https://us-p2p.e-activist.com/3084/give-p2p/115082/2021-no-shave-november

Photos from Leesburg Police Department's post
11/01/2021

Photos from Leesburg Police Department's post

10/30/2021

Happy 🎃 #Halloween 👻 weekend! Please remember to be spooky this weekend, but not tipsy!

Pedestrian traffic will significantly increase as trick or treating events will be taking place both Saturday & Sunday throughout the region. Don't forget that our friends at the Washington Regional Alcohol Program will be providing FREE sober rides!

Photos from U.S. Capitol Police's post
10/29/2021

Photos from U.S. Capitol Police's post

10/28/2021

Did you know that all Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Training Academy recruits visit #LeesburgVA for a 1 day course on the #LPD’s successful methods of Community Policing? Today, the second of three classes from this session toured Leesburg & learned about our community policing philosophies. Thank you Cornerstone Chapel for allowing us to once again use your facilities for this rewarding class!

Photos from Leesburg Police Department's post
10/22/2021

Photos from Leesburg Police Department's post

Support dog provides comfort to Capitol Police
10/15/2021
Support dog provides comfort to Capitol Police

Support dog provides comfort to Capitol Police

A black lab named Lila is comforting Capitol Police officers after the January 6 riot. Kris Van Cleave shares how."CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell" del...

Photos from Leesburg Police Department's post
10/14/2021

Photos from Leesburg Police Department's post

Photos from Leesburg Police Department's post
10/09/2021

Photos from Leesburg Police Department's post

10/07/2021

Congratulations to the winner of the Police Choice Award at the Leesburg Classic Car Show! We had a great time this past weekend and hope you did too! #67Stingray

10/05/2021

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 10th Annual State of Law Enforcement in Loudoun County Forum. We delayed the normal meeting for this event this past January due to COVID concerns.

We have confirmed the attendance of most of the leaders or a Senior Representative for the Sheriff’s Office and our other Law Enforcement agencies to present or discuss the current state of law enforcement in the community.

This special event will begin at 1230PM on Friday, October 8, 2021, 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 all there.

To attend, please send an RSVP by Tuesday, October 5th, 2021 to: [email protected]

Thank you,

Frank Holtz
Chairman, LCC

Fairfax Co. police chief warns of deadly drugs after 6 overdose in Falls Church
09/22/2021
Fairfax Co. police chief warns of deadly drugs after 6 overdose in Falls Church

Fairfax Co. police chief warns of deadly drugs after 6 overdose in Falls Church

Fairfax County, Virginia, Police Chief Kevin Davis on Tuesday said six people overdosed in the predawn hours in Falls Church, and warned that a potentially fatal batch of co***ne laced with fentanyl might still be circulating in the area.

Photos from U.S. Capitol Police's post
09/18/2021

Photos from U.S. Capitol Police's post

09/15/2021
Timeline Photos
09/12/2021

Timeline Photos

Sgt. Jason Thomas (pictured), who had been out of the Marine Corps for about a year, was dropping his daughter off at his mother's Long Island home on the morning of September 11th when she told him planes had struck the Twin Towers. He retrieved his Marine uniform, sped to Manhattan and parked his car when one of the towers collapsed. Thomas headed directly into the fallen rubble and cloud of ash.

"Someone needed help. It didn't matter who," he said. "I didn't even have a plan. But I have all this training as a Marine, and all I could think was, 'My city is in need.'"

Thomas ran into another ex-Marine, Staff Sgt. David Karnes (who was also wearing his uniform), and together the pair searched for survivors. Carrying little more than flashlights and an infantryman's shovel, they climbed the mountain of debris, skirting dangerous crevasses and shards of red-hot metal, calling out "Is anyone down there? United States Marines!"

It was dark before they heard a response from two fallen police officers who were pinned under the debris. The two Marines crawled into a deep pit to find McLoughlin and Jimeno, injured but alive.

Sgt. Thomas returned to Ground Zero every day for another 2 1/2 weeks to help in any way he could. His identity remained a mystery until Oliver Stone’s 2006 film “World Trade Center” chronicled the rescue of the officers, and Thomas stepped forward.

After 9 days of helping at Ground Zero, Sgt. David Karnes returned to Connecticut, and reenlisted. Later he served two tours of duty in Iraq.

The efforts of both men have remained inspiring for many Americans who survived the September 11 attacks. For their selflessness and bravery we remember their actions. Carry on.

#zerofoxtrot #stayzero #zulufuxs #september11 #groundzero #twintowers #worldtradecenter #marines

09/08/2021

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.

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

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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

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

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(703) 727-5735

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