Loudoun County’s top cop has been recognized for his work by a national organization.
Sheriff Mike Chapman has received the 2023 Ferris L. Lucas Award from the National Sheriffs’ Association (NSA).
The Virginia Senate and House of Delegates passed resolutions last month commending Loudoun County Sheriff Mike Chapman for receiving the 2023 Ferris L. Lucas “Sheriff of the Year” award from the National Sheriffs’ Association (NSA). Entire release: https://t.co/jrvZPVbibg
— Loudoun County Sheriff's Office (@LoudounSheriff) March 17, 2023
Both of Virginia’s Legislative bodies – The Senate and The House of Delegates – passed resolutions celebrating Chapman’s recognition earlier this month.
Chapman shared the following thoughts on the award via a press release shared by his office Friday.
“I am gratified for this unique honor from the National Sheriffs’ Association, and now from our state legislators in Richmond – Democrats and Republicans alike,” said Sheriff Chapman. “Law enforcement should never be partisan, and for Loudoun County to have the best public safety record in the Washington, DC / Northern Virginia region is a reflection of the hard work and dedication of our LCSO team.”
After serving eleven years in his current role, Sheriff Chapman plans to seek re-election this coming November for a fourth term.
As Sheriff I report directly to you, the wonderful people of #LoudounCounty. I am honored to have had your trust and support for the past 11 years and I hope to continue serving this incredible county in my fourth term in office.#VOTE Mike Chapman for Sheriff on November 7! pic.twitter.com/GW0MzAccOF
— Mike Chapman (@Chap4Sheriff) March 15, 2023