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A Moment Of Thanks for Our First Responders

By Rebecca Barnes, Prince William Living Publisher Often, we think of emergencies as things that happen to “other people.” And who can blame us? It would be hard to enjoy life preoccupied with what could go wrong. Still, a little preparation can pay big. Even commonplace events such as storm damage can knock us off track if we aren’t ready. Luckily, September is National …

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Public is Invited to Attend 9-11 Remembrance Ceremony

Provided by Prince William County The 22 Prince William County residents who lost their lives at the Pentagon and at the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, will be honored and remembered during a ceremony on Friday, Sept. 11, 2015, at 9:30 a.m. The public is invited to attend the ceremony, which will be held at the Liberty Memorial, …

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Program Looks to Serve Those Who May Otherwise Be Incarcerated

Provided by Prince William County Some people who are awaiting trial might not need to wait in jail. The Prince William County Office of Criminal Justice Services, or OCJS, has the Pretrial and Local Offender Probation Program, which can help to supervise defendants and offenders in the community. Steve Austin, the director of OCJS, said the office works under the …

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Police Around Region Attend Body Worn Camera Expo

Provided by Prince William County Law enforcement officials and IT professionals from across the region recently came together at the Dulles Expo Center in Chantilly to take notes, listen and learn about body-worn cameras. Prince William County Police Department Administrative Division Chief Thomas Pulaski said the “Body-Worn Camera Industry Days” expo gave police officers the chance to understand all facets …

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Police Officers Nationwide Join Together for 250+ Mile Bike Ride to Honor the Fallen

by Eve A. Baker They came from across the nation to honor their fallen brothers and sisters and to show support for the surviving family members. Hundreds of police officers participating in the Police Unity Tour and Law Enforcement United Road to Hope bicycle rides staged at the National Museum of the Marine Corps this morning to start the final leg of their journey …

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Police Across Nation Join for 250+ Mile Bike Ride to Honor Fallen

By Eve Baker They came from across the nation to honor their fallen brothers and sisters and to show support for the surviving family members. Hundreds of police officers participating in the Police Unity Tour (PUT) and Law Enforcement United (LEU) Road to Hope bicycle rides staged at the National Museum of the Marine Corps this morning to start the …

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Prince William County Crime Rate Lowest it’s Been in 24 Years

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Provided by Prince William County The Prince William County Police Department recently released its 2014 Crime Report, which shows that the crime rate in the county continues to decline. In 2014, the overall crime rate was 14.5 crimes per 1,000 residents. That’s down from 2013 when the crime rate stood at 16.14 crimes per 1,000 residents. In 2010, the crime …

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Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office & U.S. Representative Comstock Announce Regional Heroin Initiative

Provided by the Office of Barbara Comstock Loudoun County, VA – U.S. Representative Barbara Comstock (VA-10th District) in conjunction with Loudoun County Sheriff Mike Chapman, joined Fairfax County Police Chief Edwin C. Roessler, Jr., Leesburg Police Chief Joseph R. Price, Virginia State Police Captain James DeFord, and representatives from the DEA and FBI, State and various members of the Community …

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Sheriff Glenn Hill to Run for Re-Election

Provided by Sheriff Glenn Hill It is with great pleasure and pride in accomplishment that I announce my intent to run for re-election as Sheriff of Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park. I will be seeking my fourth term. It is because of the support and the confidence that citizens have shown in me that my first three terms in office have been …

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