The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office welcomed 23 recruits after the 134th session of the Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Training Academy (NVCJTA). The newly enlisted deputies took the top academic and leadership positions as well as awards in firearms and driver training.
Friday’s graduation ceremony saw the recognition of three standout officers:
• Deputy Casey Alexander was recognized with the highest overall deputy’s academic score taken from grades achieved in academic exams.
• Deputy John Snow was presented with the Thomas L. Shaw Award which is determined through a vote of his peers and is regarded as the highest honor in the class.
• Deputy Brianne Murphy held one of the foremost leadership roles as class vice president.