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Kids-N-Cops Partnership

An award-winning partnership is continuing to reap benefits for the Minnieville Elementary School family. Under police officer Dennis Jensen’s leadership last year, members of the Prince William County (PWC) Police Department mentored Minneville students. That partnership led to Minnieville and the Police Department winning the 2017 PWC Community Partnership of the Year Award. Although Jensen is no longer assigned to …

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Coffee with a Cop

Chief Keen and the Manassas City Police Department invite the public to participate in Coffee with a Cop on Friday, May 11 from 5:30 a. m. to 7:00 a. m. at Foster’s Grille, 9417 West St., Manassas. The event’s topic will be vehicle break-in prevention. Officers and staff will be present to engage with community members, answer questions, and provide …

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Conversation with the Chief

Provided by Prince William County Police Chief Barry Barnard of the Prince William County Police Department will host a “Conversation with the Chief” on Thursday, May 10, at Rockledge Elementary School, 2300 Mariner Drive, Woodbridge. The event will begin at 7:00 p. m.. We encourage you to come out, meet the Chief, and engage in conversation. Chief Barnard will personally answer questions and discuss …

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Take the Neighborhood Watch Survey

Provided by Prince William County Police Department In an effort to continue exemplary service to the citizens of Prince William County, the Prince William County Police Department Crime Prevention Unit is offering a voluntary survey to elicit feedback. Please take the time to complete this survey to help us understand the strengths, benefits, and opportunities for improvement in your crime …

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Manassas City Police Department 2017 Complaint and Commendation Report

Provided by Manassas City Police Department The purpose of this report is to present a statistical summary and analysis of the complaints received and tracked by the Office of Professional Standards (OPS) in Calendar Year 2017. As complaints regarding the actions of Department members are received, they are tracked through the OPS from initiation to completion.  In 2017, there were …

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Prince William Valor Awards 2018

Prince William Living is a proud sponsor of the Chamber Valor Awards. Held at the Hylton Performing Arts, fabulous food was provided by Okra’s.  We want to thank all our first responders for your service to our community! Photos by Dawn Gardener of DG Photography

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MCPD Releases 2017 Annual Report

Provided by Manassas City Police Department On Feb. 26, 2018 the Manassas City Police Department released the 2017 Annual Report during Chief Douglas W. Keen’s presentation to City Council. The Annual Report is an opportunity for the Manassas City Police Department to help citizens stay informed about crime in their community as well as highlight the department’s work. Information contained …

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Conversation with the Chief

Provided by Prince William County Police Chief Barry Barnard of the Prince William County Police Department will host a “Conversation with the Chief” on Thursday, March 8, 2018 at Potomac View Elementary School, 14601 Lamar Road, Woodbridge, beginning at 7:00 p. m. We would like to extend an invitation to those who live in the community and the surrounding area to come out, meet the …

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Tax Season Scams

Provided by Prince William County Police It’s tax season, which means it’s also time for criminals to dream up new ways to scam you out of your money. Below are some recent scams we’ve noticed that claim to involve the IRS. INACCURATE REFUNDS One quickly growing scam involves erroneous tax refunds deposited into bank accounts. The criminal steals your data from tax …

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Protect Yourself from the Grandparent Scam

Provided by Prince William County Police You’re a grandparent and you get a phone call or an email from someone who identifies themselves as your grandchild. “I’ve been arrested in another country,” they say, “and need money wired quickly to pay my bail. And oh, by the way, don’t tell my mom or dad because they’ll only get upset!” This is an …

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