Chesapeake Sheriff’s Office News
The Chesapeake Sheriff’s Office has several pieces of good news to share with the community. The sheriff’s office has received donations of mask tension relievers from a local high school student, started a mounted bike patrol unit, and presented VSI scholarships. The Chesapeake Sheriff’s Office has been keeping busy!
High School Student Nathan Babcock Makes Mask Tension Relievers for First Responders
Meet Nathan Babcock. Nathan is a 16-year-old Hickory High School student who is making a big difference in the Chesapeake community. On June 30, 2020, Nathan donated 500 mask tension relievers to the Chesapeake Sheriff’s Office. The tension reliever attaches to the mask straps behind each ear and rests on the back of the head. The idea is to make masks more comfortable by removing some of the pressure placed on the mask wearer’s ears. Using his 3D printer and experience from his high school’s robotics team, Nathan has been donating these tension relievers to first responders and front line workers since the COVID-19 pandemic began. The sheriff’s office is so grateful for his generosity; the Chesapeake Sheriff’s Office team feels truly blessed to serve such a great community!
Chesapeake Sheriff’s Office Starts a Mounted Bike Patrol Unit
The Chesapeake Sheriff’s Office is starting a mounted bike patrol unit. The Chesapeake Sheriff’s Office’s first four deputies graduated from a specialized school on June 25, 2020. Now, they’re ready to hit the streets. They will patrol in large crowds and at community events.
Chesapeake Sheriff Jim O’Sullivan Presents Two VSI Scholarships
Sheriff Jim O’Sullivan presented two VSI scholarship recipients with their certificates and wished them well at college next year. Congratulations to these two students! The sheriff’s office can’t wait to see what these students accomplish in the criminal justice field.