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Community Resource Officer Quesenberry,  Detective Winston, Detective Loving, Captain Lugo

On October 2, 2014, Community Resource Officer W. Quesenberry and Detectives' F. Winston and S. Loving, received the Optimist International Certificate of Appreciation "for devoted and unselfish service to the welfare of the community and for the support and cooperation so generously given to further Optimist purposes".  Captain M. Lugo submitted the officers for this honor based on their actions last Christmas.  The officers became aware of three children left without parents during the holiday season.  It was obvious they needed assistance. Detectives' Loving and Winston and CRO Quesenberry rallied support from local businesses and organizations, receiving contributions from Fraternal Order of Police, Wal-Mart, A to Z Pawn, Wegman’s, Kettle Run Cheer Moms, Northern Virginia Community College Officers, Joe’s Pizza & Subs, Santa's Sleigh Project, Division Chief R. Winder, Director C. Morretta, Manassas Park Fire Department, and others.  Sufficient contributions were received to provide food and gifts for four families in need within our community.  



Officer K.A. Bowers

For the second consecutive year, Officer Bowers received the Fairfax Alcohol Safety Action Program and Mothers Against Drunk Drivers, Northern Virginia Chapters award for Excellence in Community Service and Public Safety presented May 2, 2014, by Captain K.W. Hampton.  The award was given for service to the community in the effort to combat impaired driving.  During 2013, Officer Bowers was outstanding in every respect related to impaired driving enforcement.  He far exceeds the efforts of his contemporaries and continually strives to do his best, far beyond what is expected. 

According to Chief Evans, "Officer Bowers reflects the professional manner in which law enforcement officers are expected to preserve the peace and instill safety within our community and is commended for a job well done".


Officer B. Sproule with Eli

On September 21, 2013, Officer Sproule and Eli participated in the Virginia Police Canine Association's Iron Dog Competition which tests the strength, stamina and overall cohesiveness of the law enforcement officer and their K-9.  There are numerous stations throughout the event that incorporate firearms, scent tracking, decoy apprehension, vehicle searches, and environment distractions.  Officer Sproule and Eli received the second place award for vehicle narcotic/explosive find.  Congratulations on a job well done!















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