This is the perfect opportunity to meet our new Loudoun County Sheriff and Eastern Loudoun Station Captain.
I have been attending the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office Public Safety quarterly meetings since the opening of the Eastern Loudoun Station in Sterling took place in June, 2010. Eastern Loudoun residents are encouraged to attend along with homeowners associations, community groups, town representatives and elected officials. I live walking distance from the station and recognize its value and positive impact on the Sterling Park community. The Sterling Station location has greatly assisted the Sheriff’s Office with their goal in building strong relationships with the residents of eastern Loudoun to help keep the county a safe place to live and work. This is the perfect opportunity to meet our new Loudoun County Sheriff and Eastern Loudoun Station Captain.
The Sheriff’s Office next public safety meeting for the Eastern Loudoun Station area of Loudoun County will be on Tuesday, April 17, 2012. The meeting will take place in the station’s community room. The Sterling Station is the agency’s first stand-alone station. The quarterly public safety meeting is part of the agency’s effort to better utilize resources, while at the same time providing a higher level of service to county residents. The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. at 46620 East Frederick Drive in Sterling (adjacent to Rolling Ridge Elementary School). The community room can also be made available for public use to local non-profit organizations.
Items to be addressed during the ninety minute meeting include recent crime and crime trends in the eastern Loudoun area, traffic safety concerns and other public safety related issues. The meetings will be led by the Eastern Loudoun Station Captain Allen Gabrielli. Sheriff Mike Chapman and Lt. Col. Chris Harmison will also be available at the meeting to answer any questions from the audience. In addition, supervisors from the Criminal Investigations Division, the Special Operations Division, Community Police Officers and Crime Prevention Deputies will also be in attendance.
The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office Eastern Loudoun Station will hold its second annual open-house on Saturday, May 19, 2012 from 11 AM to 3 PM. The facility is a state-of-the-art sheriff’s station, with the highest possible security and amenities to aid law enforcement efforts. Residents are encouraged to attend and meet Sheriff Mike Chapman and members of the Eastern Station staff, take a guided tour of the facility, and view Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office displays. Light refreshments will be provided.
Last year: On Saturday May 28, 2011, the Sheriff’s Office hosted the First Annual Open House on an 85 degree day under summer skies. The facility was jam packed with families and young children enjoying the gorgeous weather during the four hour program. Approximately 350 residents attended the event.
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