Fairfax FOP 77

Fairfax FOP 77

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Here is your GOP republican support.

A Republican Senator tried to get rid of police unions in Virginia today in a proposed amendment to a comprehensive police reform bill that was up for debate.

Sen. Bill Stanley (R-Franklin County) proposed an amendment to exclude law enforcement from unionizing.
My hometown, Long Beach, NY. Notice the message being pulled behind the plane... Well done !! Stay safe out there. The people who matter are behind you.
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Bringing our fraternal law enforcement family together.

10/07/2022

UPDATE: Stone Colburn was arrested late this evening by the Pooler Police Department in Chatham County, GA. More information on his arrest will be released when available.

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the Pooler Police Department for their efforts in apprehending Colburn.


ORIGINAL: The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance to help locate 25-year-old Stone L. Colburn.

Stone Colburn was released from the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center yesterday after his original charges for murder were dismissed by the Office of the Commonwealth Attorney. This morning, charges were obtained on Colburn for Concealment of a Dead Body.

Colburn is described as a White male, approximately 5’10, 160 lbs., he was last seen wearing a gray and black flannel shirt over a black sweatshirt, maroon knit hat, gray sweatpants, and black shoes.

Anyone with information as to Colburn’s whereabouts is asked to call 9-1-1 immediately.

10/05/2022

🚨 NEW REPORT ➡️ The violence against law enforcement MUST STOP! Number of officers shot in the line of duty is reaching historic levels. So far this year:

⚠️ 252 Officers Shot in the Line of Duty

⚠️ 50 Officers Killed by Gunfire

⚠️ 93 Officers Shot in 63 Ambush-Style Attacks

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Court docs shed new light on botched Fairfax Co. s*x crimes case 10/04/2022

Court docs shed new light on botched Fairfax Co. s*x crimes case

“(Judge) Azcarate went on to say deadlines were "woefully, woefully missed in this case, which is just a disservice to the victim in this case and is very concerning to the Court that this case was not taken as much responsibility as it should have been."

She also criticized the prosecutor for not taking responsibility after Gregory blamed police for being late with DNA evidence.

Both Azcarate and Butorac stated this has happened before.”

So another fumbling of a case by the prosecution, another non statement by Steve Descano, and yet another victim left crushed by the Fairfax County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office.

Concerned citizens should contact Steve Descano at 703-246-2776.

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Court docs shed new light on botched Fairfax Co. s*x crimes case Court transcripts reveal new details about why a man who confessed to molesting a child was offered a plea deal in Fairfax County.

10/02/2022

The ℕ𝕒𝕥𝕚𝕠𝕟𝕒𝕝 𝔽𝕆ℙ 𝔻𝔸ℝ𝕋 is on the ground in Florida and will begin serving meals tomorrow in Fort Myers. We are #𝐅𝐎𝐏𝐒𝐭𝐫𝐨𝐧𝐠

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Photos from Fairfax FOP 77's post 10/01/2022

The National DART is loaded and on the way!!!!!

The Disaster Area Response Teams (D.A.R.T.) respond to critical incidents and provide resources, food, and supplies to Responders as they cope with rescue efforts.

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Developing Resilience at the Herndon PD 09/30/2022

Developing Resilience at the Herndon PD

Developing Resilience at the Herndon PD With help from The David Lynch Foundation, Herndon PD provides officers and professional staff with the tools they need to maintain resiliency.

Photos from Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida's post 09/30/2022

Photos from Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida's post

09/30/2022

Our Public Safety Communications team has not stopped working to triage calls. Patrol deputies resumed operation a few hours ago and are responding to the highest priority calls that are still in queue. Collectively, there are more than 500 calls for service related to law and fire services that we need to tackle. Many are in south Sarasota County. Sit tight, we know many of you need help. This is going to be a long road to recovery but we’re in this together.

09/28/2022

Matt Domyancic suffered an on-duty injury, several surgeries, was medically retired, then had to endure court proceedings against Corvel when they stopped payments. His passion to help First Responders is compounded due to the fixed income by Corvel, and is on hard times. Any help is greatly appreciated.

If you’d like to donate, please contact him directly. I’ve forwarded his message.

Thank you.

Hello,

I’m reaching out for the first time to explain a little bit about what I do and ask for support. In the past working full-time as a police officer and college strength coach, I was able to financially support my needs personally as well as my sports ministry work. However, I can no longer continue my mission on my fixed disability income alone. I need to ask partners to join my team on a mission to help cops live better lives - enduring the toughest period in history to wear the badge - in order that they can better serve their communities as well have healthier family lives.

First responders face difficult challenges with very few resources. I work primarily with police officers who have been under the microscope and often scapegoated unfairly by politicians, the media, district attorneys, and a segment of the public without a true understanding of what they are going through. They have been dehumanized to where people forget they are moms, dads, sisters, brothers, aunts, uncles, and other roles integral to their communities outside of wearing a uniform.

Because of the regular immersion in the suffering of humanity and the exposure to trauma, police officers have a 10 to 22-year shorter lifespan than any other profession and higher rates of stress related illness and disease. There are also high rates of divorce, mental health issues, PTSD, and su***de.

Some departments have little to no support for mental health, wellness and resiliency. Even the ones that do often are often underutilized because of lack of trust or fear that opening up may hurt their career. It’s less common as well to have chaplains dedicated to the police officers versus those that respond to help citizens during crisis. What few resources are out there are often only reactive to worst case scenarios without giving them tools to continue find meaning and purpose throughout their careers. Stereotypically only after a horrendous call or when a cop is dealing with their second divorce, alcoholism, or suicidal ideation - are they offered help and many times from people they don’t trust in the first place.

Through building long-term relationships riding along, visiting stations, observing or participating in training with the officers, and lifting weights with them at their stations- I build trust and rapport. This lets me proactively help them with their mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health. I have a holistic approach to wellness and resiliency based on my experiences as a police officer and coach with a broad graduate education, in addition to fruitfully enduring different seasons of adversity and darkness myself. I also have success pointing cops in the right direction to address substance-abuse or therapy when it’s needed, whereas coming from me can be more influential than a civilian.

Departments do not typically pay for the kind of support I provide, but these officers are absolutely deserving of it. I need financial support to continue the work I do, especially in recurring monthly donations. All donations are tax-deductible under the non-profit Global Associates 501c3 (EIN #95-4244940). I have been advised by numerous people that I should start asking individuals and organizations to commit to at least $100 a month and for those that can afford it, $300, $500, or $1000 a month. With that being said, I would be humbly grateful for any one time gifts or even $20 or $50 a month. Can I ask a favor that you forward this to at least one friend or family member who might consider supporting my mission as well?

Below is the link that you can click on to donate. Scroll to the bottom which has directions:
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For a more detailed explanation of my story, my mission, and my need for support, please click on the link below:
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I know I am exactly where God has called me to be. I prayerfully hope you will consider joining my mission as a prayer or financial partner. I cannot afford to do it on my own anymore and asking for help has been my Achilles heal. To continue spending my time supporting officers, to be able to buy meals, purchase books and other resources, provide workshops or offer scholarships to retreats - will take ongoing financial stability through your support.

Feel free to reach out at any time to learn more about what I do or refer first responders or veterans that may need help.

Blessings,
Chaplain Matt Domyancic
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Matt Domyancic
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Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
203.376.9550
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09/27/2022

Our hearts and prayers go out to all those who will are and will be affected by the path of this storm. Please heed the warnings from your local governments and make sure you have storm preparedness kits ready.

09/27/2022

UPDATE ON TROOPER SHOT IN WALLA WALLA:

“This evening we were once again reminded of how dangerous the profession of law enforcement can be when one of our troopers was involved in a critical incident while on duty in Walla Walla. We were also reminded of how strong and resolute our people can be when Trooper Dean Atkinson though seriously injured, found the strength to drive himself to the hospital. Trooper Atkinson is a five year veteran of the Washington State Patrol and I am both relieved and happy to announce he is now in stable condition.

Let me say thank you to the outpouring of support from the public. I am sure it is and will be appreciated by Trooper Atkinson and his loved ones and indeed all of the men and women in law enforcement in our state. Though there is certainly danger and cruelty in our world, there is also courage and grace, and for that we are thankful just as we are thankful for this fine young trooper's service and survival.”

- Chief John R. Batiste

An independent investigation of the incident is being conducted by the Special Investigations Unit of the Walla Walla Police Department. Below is a media release from the department:

On September 22, 2022, at 5:07 pm Walla Walla area police officers were dispatched to a report of an officer shot on W. Poplar Street near Avery. Further information provided by witnesses indicated the victim was a Washington State Patrol Trooper, later identified as Trooper Dean Atkinson Jr.

Local officers responded to the scene and secured evidence related to the incident. Several minutes later, Milton-Freewater, Oregon police officers attempted to stop a vehicle matching the description from the shooting. Local officers responded towards the Oregon state line and were involved in a short vehicle pursuit with the vehicle before the pursuit came to an end on Hwy 125 north of Stateline Rd.

Brandon Dennis O’Neel DOB 7-16-1985, was taken into custody and transported to the Walla Walla County Jail where he will be booked on allegations stemming from his suspected involved in this incident. Trooper Atkinson was treated at Providence Medical center in Walla Walla and then transported to Harborview Medical Center for additional care.

Walla Walla Police Chief Chris Buttice requested the assistance of the regional Special Investigations Unit or SIU to conduct the investigation of this incident. Any additional information will be released by the SIU as it becomes available.

Any persons with additional information related to this incident are requested to contact one of the SIU sergeants listed below:

Detective Sergeant John Raby – [email protected] 509 380 2462

Detective Sergeant Brad Gregory – [email protected] 509 727 8551

Photos from Fairfax FOP 77's post 09/27/2022

The National Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) and the International Association of Chiefs of Police sent a letter to raise our serious concerns with current provisions in H.R. 8152, the “American Data Privacy Protection Act.”

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09/25/2022
09/24/2022

Tell Congress to pass the ! Ways and Means Committee Committee on Ways and Means GOP Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger

“I share the frustration of our members,” Yoes said. “We came so far, and it feels like the goalposts were moved just before we would have gotten the bill over the line."

Read National FOP President Patrick Yoes's recent statement ➡️ https://fop.net/2022/09/committee-to-vote-on-social-security-fairness/

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Judge postpones sentencing for online predator in Fairfax Co. Victim speaks out| I-Team 09/24/2022

Judge postpones sentencing for online predator in Fairfax Co. Victim speaks out| I-Team

Leading up to Friday's hearing, Duarte took a plea deal offered by Commonwealth Attorney Steve Descano's office. Pleading guilty to two felonies instead of the original six he was charged with so he now faces a maximum of 20 years in prison instead of 60 years.

Concerned citizens should contact Steve Descano at 703-246-2776.

Judge postpones sentencing for online predator in Fairfax Co. Victim speaks out| I-Team Fairfax County Circuit Court Judge Micheal Devine postponed 39-year-old Ryan Duarte's sentencing until next month after he heard new testimony in court including a victim's impact statement and facts 7News included in a previously aired 7News investigation. RELATED:Victim, 14, speaks out about how F...

Virginia man who confessed to s*xually abusing 11-year-old offered plea deal in Fairfax Co. 09/20/2022

Virginia man who confessed to s*xually abusing 11-year-old offered plea deal in Fairfax Co.

A Virginia man who confessed to s*xually abusing an 11-year-old boy was offered a plea deal and able to go free on time served after a judge ruled that prosecutors missed an evidence deadline.

Missed deadline?

Plea deal for s*xually abusing a juvenile?

Is this keeping Fairfax County citizens safe?

Concerned citizens should contact Steve Descano at 703-246-2776, ask him how he’s protecting victims.

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Virginia man who confessed to s*xually abusing 11-year-old offered plea deal in Fairfax Co. A Virginia man who confessed to s*xually abusing an 11-year-old boy was offered a plea deal and able to go free on time served after a judge ruled that prosecutors missed an evidence deadline.

09/18/2022

🇺🇸 Happy Birthday U.S. Air Force!

09/17/2022

Grateful to every Law Enforcement Officer who has faithfully stood the line for our communities in spite of the challenges

Thank You for never giving up!

09/17/2022

Congratulations to Brother Stephen Schulz, Colorado State President, for receiving the Jack Dudek Award.

He received this award for the exemplary work he has done in Colorado, while assisting members in other states overcoming insurmountable issues.

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09/16/2022

🇺🇸 😢 Few gave some, some gave all.

09/13/2022

Taking a rest after 20 hours of searching for survivors among the wreckage of the World Trade Center in 2001.

Many of the search dogs became severely depressed because they only found corpses instead of survivors, so the firefighters would frequently volunteer to be buried in some of the rubble so the dogs could find a living person, and that made all the difference.

Photos from Fairfax FOP 77's post 09/12/2022

🇺🇸😢 In the aftermath of the 9/11 attack in New York, NYPD Officer Moira Smith responded back in to the WTC to aide rescue efforts.

Her duty belt and badge were recovered from the wreckage of the WTC towers, referred to as “Ground Zero”.

09/12/2022

Thanks to all of the women in law enforcement and the job you do everyday.

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Photos from Lieutenant Governor of Virginia's post 09/12/2022

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Photos from Fairfax FOP 77's post 09/11/2022

🇺🇸😢 Never Forget.

Fairfax County family upset man accused of breaking into their home is out of jail 09/09/2022

Fairfax County family upset man accused of breaking into their home is out of jail

“I feel like the victims of these violent crimes are not the priority. You will see clearly on his website. It's all about finding some sort of new social justice order. I don't mean to get political on any of this but I have a 10-year-old and this person broke in to do harm.”

Concerned citizens should contact Steve Descano at 703-246-2776.

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Fairfax County family upset man accused of breaking into their home is out of jail A Fairfax County family is living in fear after their house was broken into while they were home.

09/08/2022

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Photos from Chesterfield County Police Chief, Col. Jeffrey S. Katz's post 09/07/2022

Photos from Chesterfield County Police Chief, Col. Jeffrey S. Katz's post

09/05/2022
REPORT: Shot/Killed - 9/1/2022 09/02/2022

REPORT: Shot/Killed - 9/1/2022

🚨The violence against law enforcement MUST STOP! Number of officers shot is reaching historic levels. So far this year:

⚠️ 234 officers shot

⚠️ 45 officers killed by gunfire

⚠️ 86 officers shot in 58 separate ambush-style attacks

Time for EVERYONE to

Read the Report ➡️ https://national.fop.net/report-shot-killed-20220901

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REPORT: Shot/Killed - 9/1/2022 REPORT: Shot/Killed - 9/1/2022

Photos from Fop Lodge-One's post 08/30/2022

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08/27/2022

Today, the coward who murdered our dear friend, father, leader and incredible man, Sergeant Damon Gutzwiller, was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Today, Steven Carrillo is being transported to a California State Prison in Sergeant Gutzwiller’s handcuffs. While nothing will bring Damon back, there is comfort in knowing the person who caused so much harm will not be capable of inflicting that harm on anyone else.

We would like to thank the Santa Cruz County District Attorney’s Office for their hard work on this case that we can now say after two years and three months, is officially closed.

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