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IMG 2263We had a great time riding around Norfolk on November 18 and making people happy.

This was the ninth year in a row that the Norfolk Sheriff’s Office has partnered with local businessman Matt Hales and PortAlliance Federal Credit Union to deliver Thanksgiving turkey meals to some of Norfolk’s most vulnerable citizens during the holiday season.

“This is one of our proudest times of the year,” Sheriff Bob McCabe said. “Not only are these partnerships incredibly generous, but making sure that as many people as possible can have a Thanksgiving meal is so rewarding,” he added.

Here's a slideshow of photos we took that day:

IMG 1836On November 17, 2016, 14 new deputies graduated the 57th Basic Academy and became official law enforcement officers.

We could not be more proud of these men and women.

A very special thank you goes out to the friends and family members who came to support their loved ones, the training staff for working endlessly with our newest employees, and of course, our guest speaker, Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security, Brian Moran.

Check out the pictures from the graduation ceremony for the 57th Class of the Norfolk Sheriff's Office' Basic Academy:

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Many thanks to all personnel who participated in our United Way Campaign 2016.

The Norfolk Sheriff’s Office pledged almost $16,000 to the 2016 United Way campaign! Of that total, approximately $11,000 was designated to the Sheriff Bob McCabe Foundation. This is an achievement of which we can be very proud. It is another example of excellence being demonstrated by the Norfolk Sheriff’s Office employees.

The programs that benefit from the Sheriff Bob McCabe Foundation are the Norfolk Sports Camp (free to participants), scholarships to students of the five Norfolk high schools and a multitude of other local charitable organizations that assist youth and senior citizens.

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We have some fantastic news to share today! Our Director of Community Corrections, Mike O'Toole, was nominated by Old Dominion University football student athletes for Game Day Professor!

Mass Casualty DrillOn Monday, November 2, the Norfolk City Jail was given an unannounced mass casualty drill by supervisors.

This is a periodic event that tests how well the teams respond to emergency situations where they might encounter dangerous events with injuries, deaths, etc.

The good news is that the team responsible for responding did very well and their supervisors were quite pleased.

Here's a look at what happens during one of these drills, as told by the drill's responding team supervisors:

Digital NSO TimesHere at the Norfolk Sheriff's Office, we love sharing stories and pictures about our NSO family.

With the introduction of our new website, we're making some changes to our monthly newsletter, the NSO Times that we hope will make it easier for us to bring you these stories in a more timely fashion, as well as helping readers enjoy our news and stories in more convenient ways.

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Deputy A. Ayers
Sheriff J. Baron
Deputy J. Batakis
Deputy L. Bateman
Corporal M. Bibbins
Master Deputy D. Boyles
Deputy D. Brown
Deputy A. Burchette
Deputy A. Bussler
Deputy N. Bussler
Court Scanner J. Cherry
Lieutenant S. Cleek
Deputy M. DeHollander
Master Deputy J. Drowns
Civilian J. Dunn
Sergeant J. Eagle
Civilian M. English
Deputy D. Frye
Deputy B. Hall
Deputy A. Hardy
Civilian D. Hartsog
Deputy Recruit D. Hudson
Deputy Recruit M. Johnson
Deputy J. Johnson
Sergeant N. Keisel
Deputy W. Kidd
Deputy J. McCommack
Deputy J. Newnam
Master Deputy A. Nixon
Sergeant J. Noggle
Civilian W. Provance
Civilian K. Rantanen
Master Deputy R. Thompson
Deputy G. Tweed
Corporal S. Valencia
Civilian D. Walton
Sergeant H. Wilson
Court Scanner B. Yankosky
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