Our primary focus is to help members with additional benefits, safety legislation and emergency relief when needed – but the scope of giving has widened – to include the Department of State Police in general, school and community programs across the Commonwealth.

Support Law Enforcement

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.

Emergency Relief 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.

Support the General Fund

Contributions to this fund support the Trooper Teddy Bears program, scholarships to members’ children, lobbying efforts towards creating a safer environment for our citizens, helps fund our war on drugs and alcohol in our schools, and more.

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Upcoming Events

Division Representative Declaration of Candidacy for 2020 - 2022 Due by 11/15/19

To become a candidate for Division Representative, members must file their Declaration of Candidacy with the VSPA Office by the close of business (4:00 p.m.) on Friday, November 15, 2019.

VSP Retirement and Promotional Ceremony

The Virginia Department of State Police Retirement and Promotional Ceremony is scheduled for December 18, 2019. See the Announcement in this article for full details.

2020 VSPA Conference

Save the date. Make plans to bring your family to the 2020 VSPA Conference.

2020 VSPA Family Picnic

Make plans now to attend the 2020 Virginia State Police Association Picnic.

Recent News

Index of Articles Published

This Article provides a list with links to open previously published articles which are no longer visible on the homepage.

Community Heroes Grant Helps First Responders Buy Homes

Will provide an $8,000 grant for down payment and closing cost assistance to help public school educators, firefighters and law enforcement officers to purchase their first homes.

VSPA Telephone Solicitation Program Ended Effective Immediately

The Virginia State Police Association Board of Directors unanimously voted to effective immediately discontinue the VSPA Telephone Solicitation Program. 

November Heroes of the Virginia State Police

The VSP Family remembers & honors Six Troopers who gave the Ultimate Sacrifice during November serving & protecting the Citizens of VA. Troopers R. D. Kennedy; G. W. Fisher; C. E. Hagerman, W. Y. Harless; R. W. Smith, and Robert A. Hill, Jr.

November 2019 VSPA Store eNewsletter

The 2019 Holiday Season is upon us and it is time to start your shopping for those special gifts while available. Don't wait till they are all gone. See special featured items your family and friends really want this year.

NLEOM eNewsletter - The Rose & Shield

The "Rose & Shield," published by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund contains articles: Run For the Badge was a Success; Officer Fatality Update - Down 25%; and Officer Safety - Quarterly Officer Fatality Report.

Help Close Unsolved Criminal Cases

Case 1: Roanoke family says they still have no idea what happened to Christopher Douthat who vanished on October 25, 2013. Case 2: In 1995, Joan Herndon was fatally shot during an armed robbery at the store she owned in Buckingham County. Your Informa

Mover Over to Avoid Accidents, Injuries & Deaths: 3 Crashes in 3 Days.

Troopers stress the importance of the Move over Law after 3 incidents in 3 days. 2 VDOT workers and a Trooper were struck and injured in 3 days because drivers ignored the Move Over Law. 1 motorist died.

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