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.
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.
Division II will be conducting Retired Firearms Qualification on September 8 and 9, 2022. Training starts at 10:00 a.m. Click to open the Memo for details and location.
Division 5 will be conducting Retired Sworn Member Firearms Qualification October 7, 14, and 21, 2022. Open to read details regarding time, location and guidelines.
Announcing the Virginia State Police Association's 4th Division Emergency Relief Golf Tournament. Save September 26, 2022 to play in this tournament to support the Emergency Relief Fund.
The VSPA Family Picnic with great fellowship, food and fun activities for children and adults is scheduled for July of 2022. Open for Picnic Details including lodging information for those desiring to stay overnight.
Retiree Qualification Range Dates for Fourth and Sixth Divisions.
The important dates set and agreed to by the 2022 - 2024 Board of Directors. Dates include the Annual Picnic, Upcoming Board Meeting Dates and the 2023 Conference Dates.
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On Friday, Aug. 12, 2022, the 136th generation of Virginia State Troopers were presented their diplomas during commencement exercises at 10 a.m. at the State Police Training Academy. Congratulations and Welcome to our 18 new Virginia State Troopers.
On August 5, 2022 Bill Carrico provided an Association Update by All Member Email. This update addressed efforts to provide enhanced services to the membership, the 2022 VSPA Family Picnic with Photos, exercise equipment recently received and more.
This Legislative Update provides an overview and explanation with attachments of Informational Bulletin 2022 # 31 - Sworn Compensation.
Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to memorialize fallen Troopers Henry M. Brooks, Jr., and Henry N. Harmon by recommending bridges be renamed in their honor.
Nicholas William Koslicki, 41, passed away on Sunday, May 1, 2022 as a result of a tragic boating accident. Visitation, Funeral Arrangements and link to his Obituary are provided in this article.
With great sadness, the Virginia State Police Association announces the death of Trooper Jeffery Ryan Harris. Trooper Jeffery Ryan Harris, 42, passed away on May 5, 2022. Visitation and Funeral Arrangements are provided in this article