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Sheriff Michael L. Chapman
Loudoun County Sheriff
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Emergency: Dial 911
Non-emergency: 703-777-1021

Administrative Office:
703-777-0407 
803 Sycolin Road SE,
Leesburg, VA 20175

Mailing Address:
Loudoun County Sheriff's Office
P.O. Box 7200
Leesburg, VA 20177-7200

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Contact a Recruiter
703-771-LCSO (5276)

Narcotics Tip Line
703-779-0552

Loudoun County Crime Solvers
703-777-1919
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Mission Statement: 
The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office will strive to continuously improve safety and law enforcement services to all members of our community through the Step Up Strategy of improved service, technology, efficiency and professionalism.
 
We will work interactively with federal, state, and other local law enforcement authorities to vigorously and fairly enforce criminal laws by sharing capabilities, strategies and assets. We will partner with community services groups and human services agencies to implement strategies that improve the quality of life for County residents, businesses and visitors. Finally, we will engage our community through courteous and   proactive outreach and communication, and work diligently to constantly improve our professionalism.
 
Every member of the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is expected to contribute to the furtherance of this mission.

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Major  R. Frye- Corrections/Court Services Lt. Col. R. Buckman Major J. Fraga- Operational Support Lt. Col. C. Harmison Sheriff Michael L. Chapman Major E. Noble- Administration/Technical Services Major R. Fiano- Criminal Investigations Director L. Mills- Media Relations & Communications
Major R. Frye- Corrections/Court Services Major E. Noble- Administration/Technical Services Major R. Fiano- Criminal Investigations Sheriff Michael L. Chapman Lt. Col. C. Harmison Major J. Fraga- Operational Support Maor B. Tate- Field Operations Lt. Col. R. Buckman

Department News
Loudoun Law Enforcement Take-Back over 1,300 Pounds in Unused Prescription Drugs
The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office, Town of Middleburg Police Department, and Town of Purcellville Police Department collected over 1,300 pounds of potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs during the “Take-Back” initiative. Read on...
LCSO CIT Coordinator Receives International Certification
A Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant is one of only 80 people in the world to now be certified in crisis intervention by Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) International. Read on...
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