Finance Committee Meeting

TBA

Executive Committee Meeting

1000 am, June 15, 2022 at 2182 Third Street Middletown, VA 22645

Full Board Meeting

TBA

Congratulations to the graduates of Law Enforcement Basic Class #9. Twenty weeks of hard work on academics, skills, and physical conditioning have prepared our graduates for the many weeks of field training at their agencies.

LE 9 adopted the motto, “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop.” It was a motto they lived up to throughout their academy training.


“Cant Stop, Won’t Stop”

Law Enforcement Basic Class #9

Congratulations to the graduates of Jail Basic Class #9. Twelve weeks of hard work on academics, skills, and physical conditioning have prepared our graduates for the many weeks of field training at their agencies.

The class motto, “Career of Courage,” represents one of the essential core values of a Jail officer’s work.


“Career of Courage”

Jail Officer Basic Class #9

Congratulations to the graduates of Law Enforcement Basic Class #8. Twenty weeks of hard work on academics, skills, and physical conditioning have prepared our graduates for the many weeks of field training at their agencies.

The class motto, “Integrity Above All,” is a core value of a law enforcement officer’s work.


“Integrity Above All”

Law Enforcement Basic Class #8

Congratulations to the graduates of Jail Basic Officer Basic Class #8. Twelve weeks of hard work on academics, skills, and physical conditioning have prepared our graduates for the many weeks of field training at their agencies.

The motto, “Never Give Up,” highlights the tenacity shown by this class throughout their training. It is an attitude instilled upon all recruits and must carry on throughout their career.

Jail Officer Basic Class #8

“Never Give Up”

Congratulations to the graduates of Communications Basic Class #4. Sixty hours of hard work on academics and skills have prepared our graduates for further training at their agencies.

Communications Basic Class #4

2021 National Police Week Video

Police Officers’ Memorial Day, May 15 and, the week in which it falls, is a time to reflect on the ultimate sacrifice of those who have given their lives in the line of duty. Each year 140-160 officers give their lives to protect the communities they serve. This year we honor their memory with a video that includes a message from Delegate Wiley and a roll call read by SRCJA Executive Director, Tommie Bower.

May 18, 2022, National Police Week Memorial

May 18, 2022, Lieutenant Governor Winsome Earle-Sears shared words of compassion and encouragement with the families and loved ones of our honored fallen officers.

Let them Never be Forgotten,

  • Sheriff Luther Pannett, Frederick County Sheriff’s Office, EOW December 21, 1932
  • Sheriff James W. Newcome, Frederick County Sheriff’s Office, EOW February 13, 1938
  • Sergeant Dennis M. Smedley, Front Royal Police Department, EOW September 20, 1983
  • Trooper H. Lee Henderson, Virginia State Police, EOW March 17, 1987
  • Lieutenant William Patrick Farrell, Front Royal Police Department, EOW July 24, 1991
  • Sergeant Ricky L. Timbrook, Winchester City Police Department, EOW October 30, 1999
  • Trooper II Daniel Lee Williams, Virginia State Police, EOW December 12, 1999
  • Trooper Kevin Carder Manion, Virginia State Police, EOW February 18, 2006
  • Officer Hunter Edwards, Winchester City Police Department, November 24, 2018