Virginia Sheriffs’ Institute (VSI) board of directors visits the National Law Enforcement Museum.
The VSI board recently met in Alexandria, Virginia and visited the National Law Enforcement Museum, which is scheduled to open on Oct. 11, 2018. The VSI supports the museum through the DMV license plate “Heroes Live Forever”. Proceeds from the license plate are used to memorialize Virginia law enforcement officers at the museum that have been killed in the line of duty. The VSI board was joined at its meeting by Sheriff Dana Lawhorne of Alexandria, and joined at the site of the museum by Mr. Craig Floyd, President and CEO of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial. Pictured at the construction site in Washington are all members of the VSI board Sheriff Barry Letterman, Sheriff Mike Mondul, Sheriff James Brown III, Sheriff Mark Amos, Sheriff Karl Leonard, Sheriff Bob Mosier, Sheriff J.J. McLaughlin Jr., Sheriff Michael Taylor, Sheriff Les Taylor, executive director John W. Jones, deputy director Megan Williams and family members that attended the site visit.