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Commuters can use the site to check their route to and from work to determine if there are any traffic-related issues. The website can be accessed from any computer with Internet access or from HTML-enabled mobile browsers. The Sheriff’s Office reminds residents not to use your mobile browser while driving. The website is seen as one tool in aiding residents with their commutes. Residents should continue to follow traffic reports from the media for detailed information regarding traffic-related issues.
The listed incidents include:
An incident will remain on the page until the responding officer has been taken off the call. This may occur after the actual incident has already been cleared from the roadway.
The incidents will appear on the system only when law enforcement personnel are present on the scene. Incidents not dispatched by the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Communications Center will not be displayed.
Yes. The disclaimer reads as follows:
"This page contains raw data and unconfirmed information on incidents as they have been reported to the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office Emergency Communications Center. The possibility exists that an incident may have been reported or classified incorrectly. Because this incident information is derived from the 9-1-1 Computer Aided Dispatch system, the incident will remain on the page until the responding officer has been taken off the call. This may occur after the actual incident has been cleared from the roadway.
Listed locations should be considered approximate, not exact. The information on this page is intended as a general guide only to possible traffic related situations being investigated by the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office. Incidents located in the Town of Leesburg and investigated by Leesburg Police Department are not reflected in CAD."