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Local Connections, Public Safety
The was invited to address the students as a guest lecturer at the well-known law enforcement training facility.
The annual ban on open fires, except campfires, lasts through Sept. 30.
The Neighborhood Files, Public Safety
The 25th annual camp offers one-week sessions during the summer with morning and afternoon options.
Drug Take-Back days continue to keep potentially dangerous medicines out of the hands of children and criminals.
Authorities continue to seek information regarding the alleged arson that forced the employees from the location.
"No officer, I was just typing directions into my GPS…"
Loudoun Sheriff’s Deputies are investigating the incident and seek public assistance; the mother could require medical attention.
Schools, Public Safety
The exercise at Loudoun Valley HS in Purcellville was intended to help officers prepare for emergency situations.
Don’t miss the chance to educate your rising kindergarten and first-grade children about public safety.
Residents are encouraged to attend to learn about traffic, crime and public safety initiatives in the area.
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