Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Updates

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office recently received certification from the Virginia Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission (VALEPSC) signifying the achievement of reaching eligibility standards defined by the U.S. Department of Justice for safe policing. Additionally, the sheriff’s office celebrates the February Woodmenlife Award recipient. Lastly, the sheriff’s office shares tips on how to stay safe while driving in winter weather.

Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Certified on Safe Policing

In January 2021, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office received certification from the Virginia Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission (VALEPSC) confirming that this department meets the eligibility standards set forth by the U.S. Department of Justice for these discretionary federal grants.

Click HERE to see the entire press release.

Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Receives Certification on Safe Policing.

Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Receives Certification on Safe Policing.

 

February Woodmenlife Award Recipient Named

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office and WoodmenLife Representative, Lisa Landes, recently named February’s Woodmenlife Award recipients. Tracey and Rick Lozeau were the February recipients of the WoodmenLife Recognition Award.

Tracey is the owner and operator of Bliss Salon and has assisted the sheriff’s office in producing a huge food drive each year for Operation Christmas Joy. This food drive produces around 200 pounds of food annually.

Click HERE to read more in an article by Lisa Landes, WoodmenLife Representative.

Congratulations, Tracey and Rick!

 

Winter Driving Tips from NHTSA

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) website is loaded with great information designed to keep you safe. Click HERE to view the website.

One section deals with Winter Driving Tips. The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office is posting this helpful information for our residents.

Recently, our area received a medium amount of snowfall, but you cannot rule out the possibility of more extreme weather before this winter is over.

Also, please remember to clear all the snow and ice off your vehicle before hitting the highway. Snow and ice debris falling from a moving vehicle can be extremely dangerous to the driver and to the motorists around them.

Be safe, drivers!

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

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