Sheriff’s candidate announces part of “Step Up” action plan
Loudoun County Sheriff’s candidate Mike Chapman on Jan. 17 laid out the first segment of his proposed action plan for the future of local law enforcement.
The “Step Up” action plan focuses on improved service, technology, efficiency and professionalism.
“It’s time for Loudoun to step up to the 21st century in law enforcement,” Chapman, a Republican, said in a statement.
The service portion of Chapman’s plan will follow the candidate’s listening tour.
Chapman said, if elected, he plans to get more citizens actively involved as the “eyes and ears of Loudoun County” by developing a community action program and assigning communities to grids. He also wants to allow residents to receive more focused text messages about crimes in their neighborhoods through the county alert system.
By targeting specific areas, Chapman said he believes he can reduce costs and improve services.
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