Loudoun Crime Commission

Loudoun Crime Commission

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The Loudoun Crime Commission is a non-profit, charitable, membership organization, open to any conce

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 law enforcement through social networking pr

Photos from Loudoun County Sheriff's Office's post 05/04/2024

NEWS RELEASE Contact: Rick Bremseth, Town Manager
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE [email protected]; 540-338-7421


PURCELLVILLE, Va. April 30, 2024 — With the retirement of Chief McAlister, Dave Dailey will serve as the Interim Chief of Police effective May 1, 2024 until a permanent Chief is identified. Deputy Chief Dailey brings a wealth of experience to this role having served as Deputy Chief for five years, and is well-equipped to lead the department during this period of change. As Interim Chief of Police, Dave will continue to prioritize community engagement, officer well-being, and the effective implementation of strategies to enhance public safety. He will work closely with departmental personnel, local authorities, and community stakeholders to ensure that our Town remains safe.

Please join me in congratulating Deputy Chief Dailey on his appointment to Interim Chief of Police. We look forward to his continued leadership and the positive impact he will have on our community.

Photos from Virginia State Police's post 05/03/2024
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Photos from Loudoun County Fire and Rescue's post 04/29/2024

Congratulations, to the students from the Academies of Loudoun who presented at the regular meeting of the Loudoun Crime Commission (LCC) on Friday, April 12 at Belmont Country Club in Ashburn. The audience included members of the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office, LCC members and guests. The students presented what they have learned over the last few months while they explored their interest in law enforcement and criminal justice.


Leesburg detectives partnered with Florida Parole & Probation and BATF this weekend to conduct spot-checks on our local probationers. One probationer, Skyler Salerno, failed his check miserably when he was found in possession of two handguns, one rifle, and a plethora of illegal narcotics. He was arrested on a pre-existing warrant and was charged with several subsequent crimes as a result...Nice work by all involved!

Photos from Purcellville Police Department's post 04/25/2024

Yesterday, Lt. Col. Robert Mosier, Maj. Craig Schleiden, and Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Assistant Chief Travis Preau presented RTIC cooler bags donated by Loudoun First Responders Foundation to personnel at the Loudoun County Emergency Communication Center in recognition of National Public Safety Telecommunicator Week.

Thank you telecommunicators team members for your dedication to being the first point of contact for all forms of emergencies. We value your dedication and service to keeping Loudoun safe!


News Release: Leesburg Police Department to Host Retail Theft Forum

The Leesburg Police Department is pleased to invite retail and loss prevention professionals to attend an upcoming Retail Theft Forum dedicated to addressing the issue of retail theft in our community.

Scheduled to take place on Thursday, May 16, 2024, from 8:00 to 10:00 am, at the Ida Lee Recreation Center’s Lower-Level Hall, the forum will serve as a platform for loss prevention personnel and retail professionals to hear from the Leesburg Police Department, Homeland Security Investigations, the Loudoun County Commonwealth's Attorney's Office, and a security professional from a local retailer. This forum is restricted to those in the retail industry.

During the forum, attendees will have the opportunity to:
• Get a look into organized theft rings and what Homeland Security Investigations is doing.
• Gain insights into the local trends and tactics used by retail thieves.
• Learn about the prosecution of offenders.
• Discuss best practices and successful strategies for preventing and responding to retail theft incidents.

Chief Thea Pirnat of the Leesburg Police Department stressed the importance of collective action in addressing retail theft: "Retail theft not only impacts businesses financially but also undermines the sense of security within our community. By bringing together stakeholders from various sectors, we aim to strengthen our collective efforts in combatting this issue effectively."

The Retail Theft Forum is open to retail professionals, including store managers, loss prevention specialists, security personnel, and other relevant stakeholders. Participation is free, but registration is required to secure your spot.

To register for the Retail Theft Forum please visit https://bit.ly/LPDShopliftingForum. Please contact the Leesburg Police Department Community Engagement Office at [email protected] for more information.


Today, we gathered with pride and gratitude at the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce 2024 Valor Awards, celebrating the remarkable courage and selflessness of Loudoun's first responders and extraordinary community members. Their bravery and determination have saved countless lives, embodying the spirit of service and resilience. A heartfelt thank you to all who make our community safer and stronger every day. 💪👏🚒🚓👨‍⚕️🏅


Congratulations to Purcellville Police Department Chief Cynthia McAlister on her retirement after an incredible 42 year career in law enforcement! On behalf of the Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System, thank you for all that you’ve done for the community and we wish you all the best in your retirement!

Photos from Loudoun County Sheriff's Office's post 04/06/2024

Well done. Thank you for your continued public service.

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LPD Lieutenant Bradley Schultz was recognized last night by the Loudoun County Veterans of Foreign Wars, VFW Post 1177 with a Certificate of Appreciation for his service and achievements.

Congratulations Lt. Schultz!


Please be on alert and share the road with motorcyclists. Remember to always look twice to save a life.

•Allow the motorcycle the full width of a lane at all times.
•Always signal when changing lanes or merging with traffic.
•If you see a motorcycle with a signal on, be careful. Their signals are often non-canceling and could have been forgotten. Always ensure that the motorcycle is turning before proceeding.
•Check all mirrors and blind spots for motorcycles before changing lanes or merging with traffic, especially at intersections.
•Always allow more follow distance – three to four seconds – when behind a motorcycle. This gives them more time to maneuver or stop in an emergency.


This April, we go TEAL for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This annual observance serves as a poignant reminder of our collective responsibility to combat sexual violence and support survivors in our community. We want you to know that you are not alone & that we are here to help!

Additionally, the first Tuesday of each April is designated as Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) Day of Action, aka Teal Out Tuesday. The day is meant to show support for survivors of sexual assault & to help raise awareness.

We encourage you to wear teal TOMORROW, April 2, 2024, to show support for survivors of sexual assault & to help raise awareness.


Members and friends of the Loudoun Crime Commission,

The LCC Directors thank you for your continued support of the LCC and our work in educating the community and maintaining a connection between the public and Law Enforcement.

You are invited to attend our next luncheon on Friday, April 12th, 12:30PM, at the Belmont Country Club. Doors open at noon for gathering and socializing.

LCC luncheons are normally held January through May and September through November, on the 2nd Friday of the month.

Luncheons are open to the public and members of the community are encouraged to attend. RSVP is required. Cost is $25 for LCC non-members and $20 for LCC members. Dress is business casual (no jeans per Belmont Country Club policy).

Guest Speakers:

April's LCC luncheon will feature a presentation by students from the Academies of Loudoun who have been attending the LCC luncheons. They will talk about their experiences attending the luncheons, and how meeting and having the opportunity to speak with members of the law enforcement community, other guest speakers, and luncheon attendees has influenced their choices in college, careers and hobbies/interests.

To attend, please RSVP by Tuesday, April 9, 2024 to: [email protected]

We look forward to seeing you at the luncheon.

Thank you,

Frank Holtz
Chairman, LCC

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