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Edward Frankenstein

Chief of Police

Prince George County

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief of Police, CSA Coordinator

Radio Communication Center


Affiliations

Riverside Community Criminal Justice Board

Board Member


Web References(65 Total References)


Prince George County : Riverside CCJB Members

www.princegeorgeva.org [cached]

Edward Frankenstein
Prince George - Chief of Police 6600 Courthouse Road Prince George, VA 23875 (804)733-2774 (phone) (804)733-2658 (fax)


wtvr.com

"The fleeing vehicle almost struck one of the officers in the process," Prince George County Police Chief Ed Frankenstein wrote.


Shootings Prompt New Police Training Procedure

www.policeacademyinfo.com [cached]

"We have to be pro-active and deal with the Active Shooter in a situation like that," said Prince George County Police Chief Eddie Frankenstein.
Tags: active shooter, chief, columbine, Eddie Frankenstein, Joe Sumner, law enforcement, law enforcement officers, new york city, police academy, shooting


www.wavy.com

Prince George County Police Chief Ed Frankenstein says services for 46-year-old Shelly Crowder will be held at 1 p.m. Friday at the Oakland Baptist Church in Disputanta.


www2.timesdispatch.com

Thomas J. Molnar said the agency was called by Prince George police Chief Edward Frankenstein at 9:30 p.m. Monday to the 17000 block of Lebanon Road in Disputanta to investigate the death of an officer.


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