Suffolk County Sheriff’s Dept. Loses Officer To Coronavirus

Officer Gregory Rector of the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department passed away due to a brain disease with COVID-19 as a secondary illness.

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MCSA Letter Concerning Parole Of Vincent Lamont Martin

A letter directed to the Virginia Parole Bureau from the the Major County Sheriffs of America concerning the parole of a man who killed a Richmond Police Officer in 1979.

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Coronavirus Updates from April 24, 2020 MCSA/NCCHC Webinar

Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates and downloadable materials from the 6th weekly Roundtable For Law Enforcement & Correctional Health Care.

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MCSA Leads Effort to Upgrade America to Next Generation 9-1-1

Read the latest update on the Major County Sheriffs of America and the Major Cities Chiefs Association’s effort to upgrade the U.S.’s 9-1-1 call system.

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Over 2,500 Register For MCSA COVID-19 Law Enforcement Webinars

Read about the COVID-19 webinar series hosted by the Major County Sheriffs of America and the National Commission on Correctional Health Care.

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Nominations Deadline Fast Approaching For Distinguished Policing Award

There’s still time to nominate an officer for the Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service in Policing. Entries due by 8:00PM EDT April 24, 2020.

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Coronavirus Updates from April 17, 2020 MCSA/NCCHC Webinar

Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates and downloadable materials from the 5th weekly Roundtable For Law Enforcement & Correctional Health Care.

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Charleston County Sheriff’s Office Loses Officer In Fatal Crash

A Charleston County Sheriff’s deputy and another motorist were killed in a crash early Monday, April 13, 2020.

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Coronavirus Updates from April 10, 2020 MCSA/NCCHC Webinar

Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates and downloadable materials from the 4th weekly Roundtable For Law Enforcement & Correctional Health Care.

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East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office Loses Officer To Coronavirus

Sgt. Gregory Warren of the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office has passed due to Coronavirus (COVID-19).

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