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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 24, 2015
Contact: Liz Mills, Chief Information Officer, 571-251-5568 (mobile)
LCSO Announces 36th Citizens’ Police Academy
Loudoun County, VA – Loudoun County Sheriff Michael L. Chapman announced the formation of the 36th Citizens’ Police Academy, which will commence on September 15, 2015.
Members of the class will participate in training classes taught by Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office personnel. The classes provide an overview of all the aspects of law enforcement within the agency. Members of the class may also have the option of participating in a ride-a-long with a deputy after completing the academy.
The free sessions will be held each Tuesday evening from September 15th through November 24th. Each session will be 2.5 hours in length and begin at 7PM. Class locations will be announced prior to the upcoming session.
The classes are open to Loudoun County residents over the age of 18. To enroll in the Citizen’s Police Academy, please contact Emir Bekric at the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office at (703) 737-8238, during normal business hours of 9AM to 5PM.
Registration will be on a first-come, first-serve basis. Enrollment is limited to 25 participants.
This is the second of two Citizens’ Police Academies held by the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office this year. The next session will be held in the Spring of 2016.
The Loudoun NAACP would like to offer their sincere condolences the family and friends on the passing of Montgomery County NAACP member and former Montgomery County Public Schools Superintendent Paul L. Vance.
Vance, 83, served as MCPS superintendent from 1991 to 1999 and retired after eight years as serving as the system’s first black superintendent.
Vance also served as superintendent of DC Public Schools from 2000 to 2003 before resigning as the school system was going through a period of significant change.
Vance was a member of the Montgomery County NAACP and was elected president in 2011. On behalf of the Loudoun chapter, we are thankful to Paul Vance for his service in education and with the community.