Virginia Sheriff's Institute (VSI) Seeking 2019 Scholarship Program Applications
The Virginia Sheriff's Institute (VSI) offering scholarships to local students
For several years, the Arlington County Sheriff’s Office has assisted the Virginia Sheriff’s Institute (VSI) in raising funds to establish a scholarship program for Virginia residents. The Virginia Sheriff’s Institute scholarship program was established to provide an opportunity for residents across Virginia to pursue an educational curriculum in law enforcement or criminal justice. Students who live in Arlington and are planning to attend or are currently attending a Virginia college or University and majoring in the criminal justice field (not as a lawyer) are eligible to apply.
Details regarding the program and the application process can be found online via VSI's website. Applications must be submitted via VSI's online portal by Wednesday, May 1, 2019.
Arlington County Sheriff's Office fighting cancer with Beards with a Badge campaign
The Arlington County Sheriff's Office partners with Virginia Hospital Center Foundation for their 2018 Beards with a Badge campaign
The Arlington County Sheriff's Office is partnering with Virginia Hospital Center Foundation during the months of November and December for their 2018 Beards with a Badge campaign. Participants are encouraged to donate $50 to partake in Beards with a Badge, and all funds raised through this campaign will support prostate cancer patients served by the Virginia Hospital Center Radiation Oncology CyberKnife® Treatment. Although a number of effective treatment options exist and the best option for each patient served by Virginia Hospital Center is tailored to their specific needs, CyberKnife® is often used to treat prostate cancer because of its non-invasive, targeted capabilities for even the most complex cases.
Progressive Voice: Strengthening Transition into the Community after Incarceration
Sheriff Arthur pins an insightful op-ed on the importance of re-entry programs for incarcerated individuals
Sheriff Arthur pins an insightful op-ed to ARL Now on the importance of re-entry programs for incarcerated individuals. The op-ed describes in detail the re-entry/transition programs offered by the Arlington County Sheriff's Office for the betterment of their inmate population.
Arlington Co. Sheriff's Office launches breast cancer awareness campaign
The Arlington County Sheriff's Office launches a breast cancer awareness campaign in honor of two employees who are breast cancer survivors
Cpl. S. Turner and Inmate Service Counselor, Ms. K. Denny the smiling faces of The Arlington County Sheriff's Office and the Virginia Hospital Center Breast Cancer awareness campaign, Teaming Up to Take Down Breast Cancer. http://www.virginiahospitalcenter.com/sheriff
Inmate Pens New Sentences for Jail Writing Contest
Arlington County Detention Facility Inmate Recites Prize Winning Poem at first-ever Inmate Creative Writing Contest Awards Ceremony
Arlington County Detention Facility Inmate Recites Prize Winning Poem at first-ever Inmate Creative Writing Contest Awards Ceremony.