Middleburg Police Department

  • Agency: Middleburg Police Department
  • Address: 107 West Federal Street Suite 1A, Middleburg, 20118 VA
  • Chief: Steven L Webber (Chief of Police)

Middleburg Police Department is located at 107 West Federal Street Suite 1A, Middleburg, 20118 VA. The Chief of Police of the department is Steven L Webber. The Middleburg Police Department phone number is (540) 687-6633.

Middleburg Police Department News

Considering the last week or so and the tragedies related to bus stops...it seems appropriate to post this reminder. Please stop and don’t kill someone over just a few seconds. Stop when the lights go one.

Fun time in Middleburg with the children’s parade.

Safety Tips 1. Buy costumes and wigs labeled "flame resistant." 2. Wear shoes that fit well and do not use masks that interfere with eye sight. 3. Fasten reflective tape to costumes and bags to help drivers see you. 4. Never use decorative contact lenses; they can result in severe eye infections. 5. Avoid trick-or-treating alone. Walk in groups or with a trusted adult. 6. Hold a flashlight or “Glow Stick” while trick-or-treating. 7. Always walk and don't run from house to house. 8. Stay on sidewalks whenever possible, or on the far edge of the road facing traffic. Look for cars when walking by a driveway. 9. Eat only factory-wrapped treats. Avoid eating homemade treats made by strangers. 10. Only visit well-lit houses. Don't stop at dark houses. Never accept rides from strangers.

We want to welcome Officer Ryan Gray to the Middleburg Police Family. He was sworn in at the clerks office earlier today.

Congratulations to Corporal Mark Putnam. Corporal Putnam took the oath of honor in front of Council last night. Police officers are sworn in by the courts...that gives them the authority. However, in Middleburg we have all new officers and each officer that is promoted take the Oath of Honor. This oath holds them accountable. Again, congrats to Mark.

Counterfeit bills BEWARE….BEWARE... There have been reports that these bills have been passed in Woodstock VA. The $100 bills are Chinese training currency that are used to educate bank tellers in handling U.S. Currency. We are told the pink Chinese writing translates to “Training Money SAMPLE Only for Practice. Circulation Forbidden” These notes, along with other international currency, can be purchased off of the internet. Should you encounter these notes, do not accept them and notify the Police Department.

Had an impromptu car show in Middleburg yesterday. Thanks to the McLaren group for choosing to stop in Middleburg. If you missed it...here are a few pics. Some awesome cars indeed.

Last night the Council honored Officer Heather Fadely and wished her well as she begins the next chapter of her life. Mayor Bridge Littleton signed a resolution recognizing her commitment to the community as a whole. We will miss her but are excited for her. Thank you for your service to Middleburg.

A little mandated reading for the staff this month. Never hurts to make sure they are refreshed on the Constitution.

A special thank you to Ken from the Loudoun First Responders Foundation. They dropped off a thank you for our staff. We are humbled by the support of our community and proud to serve here.

We had some visitors today. The Middleburg Community Charter School kindergarten and first graders did a walking field trip to the police department. Each quarter they focus on a theme. This quarter is “community helpers.” We are honored to have the students stop by and be able to see us as part of their community. LT. Jay Hollins, Officer Mark Putnam, our office manager Colleen Bryan, and I had so much fun answering questions. Mark made sure they all left with a gift bag.

POLICE OFFICER: Town of Middleburg FULL TIME (Equal Opportunity Employer) Join our team and experience policing in beautiful Middleburg Virginia. We strive to have every resident, business owner and regular visitor to know us by our first names. Yes, it’s that kind of place. We pride ourselves in offering true small-town policing while maintaining the skills and expertise to provide a full service 24/7 professional police department. General duties: The patrol officers work a 12-hour schedule with one short day or 80 hours per pay period. • Protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances. Work in this position normally consists of community policing and patrol activities, responding to calls for service, foot patrols, investigations, traffic control duties, and other police related duties. In addition, often our department coordinates and works closely with the U.S. Capitol Police, Secret Service and other security organizations as we provide protection for high level visitors. Qualifications & salary: The department prefers a current Virginia DCJS law enforcement certification. An ability to courteously deal with the public, ability to understand then carryout oral and written instructions, and to prepare comprehensive written reports. Must be able to act without immediate supervision and exercise independent judgment in meeting emergencies; physical ability to perform job tasks; and the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with coworkers and the public. Must be high school graduate or possess a GED. Starting salary of $49,000.00 annually with 5 or more years of policing experience and current DCJS certification. Under 5years pro rated 1.2% per year of experience beginning at $46,300.00. o Generous benefit package is included for full time employees to include 100% paid insurance for individual, plus 1 is 85% paid, and family is 80% paid by the town, Participation in VRS and LEOS, life insurance, paid holidays, paid vacations, paid sick days, training, and uniforms are supplied. The town pay policy allows for bonuses to employees for various actions. (The official benefit package is available in the employee handbook) How to apply: Applications are required and may be downloaded along with the waiver at: http://middleburgpolice.org/employment.htm In such case as you cannot download them or you have questions…email the chief: chiefaj@middleburgva.gov • Mail or email completed application to: chiefaj@middleburgva.gov Middleburg Police Department ATTN: Chief of Police PO BOX 187 Middleburg, VA 20118 • Or you may hand deliver to the Police Department at: 107 West Federal Street suite 1 Middleburg Virginia. Application deadline: October 3, 2018 @ 10:00 am.

Look who came to visit today. We are so happy to be able to have this visit. Thanks again to the community and to all the tips that we received. In the end it paid off as there was really no where to hide the pup. To my staff and the lead investigator, Lt. Jay Hollins, I am proud of the work you all put into this. Thanks to Mayor Bridge Littleton for the support and for stopping by to be part of this reunion. Gotta love a happy ending.

We are excited to report that both dogs have been returned home safe and sound. The investigation continues but for now the pups are back together again. Thank you for the support and assistance with keeping the pressure on the thief. LT. Jay Hollins, for lack of a better way of saying it, really hound dogged this case. He was and remains on the trail. I am proud of the work that he and the rest of the MPD staff contributed to the safe return. We believe it was the collaboration of the community, social media, and a dedicated investigator that made the difference. We truly have a community that looks out for one another. Thank you again.

At some point today take a moment and remember that on 9-11-2001 at: 8:46am flight 11 crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center. 9:03am flight 175 crashed into the South Tower of the World Trade Center 9:37am Flight 77 crashed into the pentagon 9:59am the South Tower Collapsed 10:07am Flight 93 crashes in a field in Pennsylvania after the passengers, bravely, attempt to take back the hijacked plane 10:28am the North Tower Collapsed. The results of these events took the lives of 2,977 people and 19 cowards who were the hijackers. Of the 2,977 lives lost...343 of them were firefighters, 8 EMT’s, 37 were Port Authority Police Officers, 23 were New York City Police Officers, and 1 was a Fire Patrol Officer. Love your family and friends because tomorrow is not promised. Love ya mean it.

UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE. ONLY THE JACK RUSSELL TERRIER (the smaller pup) IS STILL MISSING. WE ARE STILL SEEKING ANY INFORMATION ON THE THEFT. These dogs were removed and stolen from a vehicle last night while it was parked in the lot behind BB&T. We are asking our community to respond with ANYTHING that you may have seen. We don’t care how unimportant you may think it is...we want to know what you may have observed. Please call, FB message me, or come by the police department with ANYTHING. To the person(s) who took them. We understand that you “may” have thought that you were doing the right thing because they were left in a vehicle. What you did was to commit a felony. Actually two or more. Our concern is for the safe return of the dogs. Nothing would be better than to see them left at the PD front door. Do the right thing. Return these family members to their own family. We are gathering information and watching videos from surrounding businesses and the bank. Do the right thing.

I hope the humor helps to drive home the message. Be safe this weekend.

Officer Mark Putnam, our National Night Out coordinator, made a food donation to Seven Loaves Food Bank in Middleburg. The items were donated to the PD for our National Night Out by Rt. 11 chips. These were the left over bags of chips. Thanks to Mark and Seven Loaves all that both of you do.

Below is the estimated paving schedule beginning August 26- September 8. Please adjust your planned parking and driving routes accordingly.

Paving has begun. Please note the schedule as submitted by the VDOT Contractor. Please make sure to adhere to the parking restrictions and adjust your routes as needed.

Help us help Windy Hill. VOTE, VOTE, VOTE Windy Hill Foundation Receives $20,000 and Asks Community’s Continued Support for the Final $750,000 MetLife Challenge Middleburg, VA. Windy Hill Foundation is proud to announce that the Foundation will be the latest $20,000 MetLife Matchup recipient thanks to PGA golf pro Michael Kim and, as a result, is in the running for the $750,000 designation. The final MetLife Challenge includes all winning shots throughout the season. Winners will be eligible for the final vote from August 5-15, 2018. The player whose shot has the most final votes will receive $750,000 for their charity of choice and be named the 2018 MetLife MatchUp Champion. Voting takes place on the Metlife Matchup website: https://www.pgatour.com/metlife-matchup.html

National Night Out is going well. Still time to stop by. Chief is almost in the dunk tank.

The preparation has begun. We are getting things ready for National Night Out in Middleburg. Everyone is invited and everything is FREE. A rock wall, rides, giveaways, hotdogs, chips, drinks, and if you think you have the skill (I don’t think you do) try and dunk Councilman Peter Leonard-Morgan and Chief AJ. We will both be in the dunk tank. Today beginning at 6pm in the rear lot of the Community Center.

Don’t forget to attend National Night Out. Tuesday at the Community Center. FREE…yes FREE! Food, drinks, giveaways, games and more. Oh…and if you think you can…ill be in the dunking booth…I’ll be honest…I don’t think you can! Show up and prove me wrong! Tuesday August 7, 2018 from 6p-8p at the Community Center.

Fox 5 and Good Day DC are doing the Morning Show from Middleburg VA. So come on down and say hey. We also have our annual summer sidewalk today and tomorrow. Don’t miss the. deals.