As a citizen, you have the opportunity to support law enforcement officers who work in difficult and dangerous situations everyday to protect and to make your community a safer place for you and your children to live and to work. Show your support by becoming a supporter of the Virginia State Police Association Emergency Relief Fund, Scholarship Fund or General Fund.
Contributions to the Emergency Relief Fund help provide emergency relief to members of the Department of State Police and other law enforcement officers and their families who experience a personal crisis and have nowhere else to turn and supports the Trooper Teddy Program. Trooper Teddy Bears ride with Troopers on patrol to provide comfort and relief to children throughout Virginia who experience traumatic events. Contributions to this IRS 501 c 3 corporation may be tax deductible.
Consider becoming a Substaining Supporter to stand always with the men and women of the Virginia State Police as they serve to ensure our safety and well being. Contributions to this fund support work in the General Assembly to enhance highway safety and to promote a safer Virginia and communities for our citizens, support lobbying efforts to imrove working conditions, compensation and benefits for the men and women of the Virginia State Police, to provide scholarship programs for both our members and their children, to provide annual conferences for our members, to provide support to members' families following the loss of a member or family member, and more.
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Welcome the Men and Women of the 139th Basic Session! On Friday, Sept. 15, 2023, the Commonwealth graduated its 139th generation of Virginia State Troopers. The 31 new state troopers were presented their diplomas during commencement exercises ... ...
Trooper Gerald McCoy's son Garrett was seriously injured in a tragic accident on 9/5/23. Garrett is in the Neuro Intensive Care Unit at UVA Hospital. He is paralyed and tests indicate he may not walk again. The Family needs your prayers and assistance.
Bill overviews what the Budget Amendments approved on Wednesday, September 9th, by the General Assembly mean to the State Police and VSPA Members. Bill looks forward to what is next in the upcoming Session of the General Assembly.
Stephen Childress' daughter was involved in a serious car accident and was airlifted to a trauma hospital where she has not regained consciousness. The VSPA is asking for contributions to assist with expenses.
Update: Special Events, Aubrey's progress and Thank you to those who have contributed to the Virginia State Police Association Emergency Relief Fund to Help Trooper Daniel Scaletta’s daughter Aubrey who was severely injured in a terrible accident May 17.
On December 30, 2022, thirty-four New Troopers who entered the Academy as experienced previously certified law enforcement officers were presented their VSP Academy Diplomas. Read details about their training and assignment locations.
President Confroy's message of 12/13/22 overviews changes, new staff members and benefit enhancements all during 2022 and looks towards 2023. Tim wishes members and their families a very Merry and Safe Christmas!