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    - March 1 through May 3, 2019

    “This was a great challenge and it helped me push to lose some weight. I’m happy to report that it still off and my TWIN TWIN Big Will is keeping watch with me thru this journey to a better and more fit life. My energy level up and sleeping better. Keep up the good work everyone. FIT FOR LIFE” 

    ~Deputy F. King

    We had a great time attending the Engage Norfolk event on February 10!

    We love getting out and talking with those in our community about how they can get involved in civic affairs.

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      otoole promotionNorfolk, Va. - The Norfolk Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce an important promotion. Lt. Col Michael O’Toole has promoted to the rank of Colonel. Col. O’Toole will now also assume the role of Chief Deputy.

      Col. O’Toole, who ranks second in tenure, has served the NSO with distinction for nearly 33 years. Col. O’Toole has been instrumental in many corrections reforms over the years including the establishment of the Norfolk Drug Court twenty years ago, establishing the first GPS monitoring program for inmates in the Commonwealth, and implementing the first evidence-based reentry programs which have become models for jails acrossVirginia. More recently, Col. O’Toole helped establish the first vocational program state-wide for inmates in partnership with Priority Automotive.

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        St. Williams Sgt. Cottrell Dep. Burrus D TeamNORFOLK, Va - More than 90 deputies with the Norfolk Sheriff's Office are showing off their facial hair for a good cause.

        The scruffy faced staff members are participating in "No Shave November' to benefit Relay For Life. 

        A $30 donation, or 'dollar a day', allows male deputies to put down the razor for a whole month which otherwise runs contrary to NSO grooming standards. 

        Sheriff Joe Baron was honored to speak at the 20th Anniversary of the Norfolk Drug Court. Its success is evident. It’s now a model for drug courts state wide.

        a trunk full of 'fixings'More than two-dozen employees with The Norfolk Sheriff’s Office helped distributed Thanksgiving baskets to members of the community on Thursday, November 15th.

        The crew met early in the morning to bag and sort hundreds of goods, amounting to 100 bags of ‘fixins’ and 100 turkeys!

        They brought those donations to private citizens, non-profits, and area churches.


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