Emergency: Dial 911
Community Resource Officer:
Help Reduce Crime in Our Community.
The Sheriff's Office instituted Community Policing in 2000 to personalize police service. Community Policing involves the citizen in an effort to improve the quality of life and reduce crime in the communities. Community Policing works on the concept that law enforcement and the people need to begin to communicate again and in fact build relationships and partnerships with a mutual feeling of ownership to a community or neighborhood.
The Community Policing Officer who is assigned to the Ashburn Village unit attends monthly Board meetings where he is available to hear concerns and issues from Village residents and provides a monthly crime readout and report to the Board.
An Important 911 Reminder
While Community Policing works with the Board and Neighborhood Watch Committee to ensure a great quality of life in Ashburn Village, residents should always dial 911 in a life-threatening emergency situation.
COMMUNITY POLICING IS NOT A REPLACEMENT OR SUBSTITUTE FOR DIALING 911.
Sheriff Non-Emergency (703) 777-1021
For more information about the Loudoun County Community Policing program, please visit their website at: Community Resource Unit