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February 4, 2020

Virginia Sheriffs’ Institute membership letter real

The Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office issued this press release Tuesday morning:

The Virginia Sheriffs’ Institute will start a membership campaign in our area beginning the week of February 10, 2020. A brief membership letter signed by Sheriff Mosier will be mailed to citizens in our locality. The letter will be asking citizens and businesses to join VSI at a special rate.

The tax-deductible contributions will help the VSI provide relief to families of deputies or sheriffs killed in the line of duty, in an effort to relieve personal and financial distress relating to such incidents.

In addition, the VSI provides essential programs to improve the training of law enforcement officers, public safety and crime prevention outreach, and MUCH needed scholarships to Virginia students pursuing criminal justice degrees.

During this campaign the Sheriff’s Office usually receives inquiries about the legitimacy of the letter. We want our citizens to know the VSI letter is legitimate and endorsed by Sheriff Mosier. Joining VSI is completely voluntary for citizens and businesses.

As always if you have any questions or concerns you can call the Sheriff’s Office at 540-347-3300.
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