As a citizen, you have the opportunity to support law enforcement officers who work in difficult and dangerous situations everyday to protect and to make your community a safer place for you and your children to live and to work. Show your support by becoming a supporter of the Virginia State Police Association Emergency Relief Fund, Scholarship Fund or General Fund.
Contributions to the Emergency Relief Fund help provide emergency relief to members of the Department of State Police and other law enforcement officers and their families who experience a personal crisis and have nowhere else to turn. Contributions to this fund may be tax deductible.
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First Division Firearms Qualifications for Retirees are scheduled for October 5th through October 8, 2020. See location, times and requirements. Contact information for Sgt. Horner is provided.
An article by Ned Oliver published by Virginia Mercury discusses how House and Senate Democrats have advanced different approaches for police reform. Wayne Huggins, Ex Director of the VSPA discusses how police groups have provided input.
On August 6, 2020, M. Wayne Huggins, presented to the joint meeting of the House Courts of Justice & Public Safety Committees regarding issues affecting the VSP, members of the VSPA and proposals for police reform. Read text of My. Huggins' presentation.
Forest Hill Office and Store hours plus online store, merchandise and monthly features are provided. The VSPA Staff asked that you call the office to verify the hours for the VSPA Merchandise Store located in the VSP Academy before traveling to that loca