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James O'Sullivan

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Chesapeake Sheriff's Office

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Chesapeake Sheriff's Office

401 Albemarle Dr.

Chesapeake, Virginia,23322

United States

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Chesapeake Sheriff's Office - Victim Witness

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CHESAPEAKE (WAVY) - Chesapeake Sheriff Jim O'Sullivan grew up the child of a single parent, and can relate to many of the youngsters who attended his three-day football camp.
Now in its eight year, the camp continues the mission of providing "lessons of football between the lines, and lessons of life outside the lines. "Especially being in law enforcement, it's very important that we interact with the youth at an early age to let them know that we are the good guys and the good girls, and we do want to help our community," said O'Sullivan, who's camp welcomed more than 150 youngsters from the Chesapeake area. O'Sullivan added, as long as he's Sheriff, he will continue to hold this camp for his community. Sheriff Jim O'Sullivan offers this football camp free of charge every year to Chesapeake children. Sheriff Jim O'Sullivan developed the "Children Today Leaders Tomorrow" program to offer local children from all walks of life, the opportunity to fulfill their potential with the guidance and mentorship of community members who care about them. Chesapeake, Va. (The Virginian-Pilot) - The image of deputies helping kids fish and ride horses at STAR Leadership Camp was a reassuring one for Chesapeake Sheriff Jim O'Sullivan. The camp took dozens of children to the rural margins of the city and got them on horses, fishing from a pond, and using bows and arrows. But it's about more than kids having fun, O'Sullivan said. In an era when law enforcement is viewed with suspicion in some parts of the community, he said it's a chance to show the kids that officers are the "good guys." The camp, held in mid-May, was attended by 72 children, eight junior leaders, and 24 team leaders at Triple R Ranch in southern Chesapeake. The event is in its eighth year and designed to challenge participants to help develop their leadership traits. O'Sullivan came up with the idea of the camp more than a decade ago when he was the undersheriff of Chesapeake. "I grew up in a single parent family. My mom had to work two jobs," he said. "There were always things I'd get involved with as far as athletics, camps and things like that. It really helped me." Although the three-day camp is the culmination of the program, O'Sullivan said deputies work with the children all year long. "We bring them to hockey games, we bring them to baseball games, we do volunteer hours for seniors," he said. The Sheriff's Office works with Chesapeake schools to enlist children ages 9 to 14 for the program. O'Sullivan hopes it can help counter the negative image law enforcement has been receiving at the national level in recent years. "These are our friends and good people just like us," O'Sullivan told the children about his staff. On June 1, 2017, Sheriff Gabe Morgan presented the certificate to Sheriff Jim O'Sullivan at a CSO Awards Ceremony. Mayor Alan Krasnoff presented a proclamation of support to Sheriff Jim O'Sullivan, before Commonwealth's Attorney Nancy Parr and the CSO's Victim Witness department presented awards and certificates of recognition. CHESAPEAKE (WAVY) - Chesapeake Sheriff Jim O'Sullivan grew u


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CHESAPEAKE (WAVY) - Chesapeake Sheriff Jim O'Sullivan grew up the child of a single parent, and can relate to many of the youngsters who attended his three-day football camp.
Now in its eight year, the camp continues the mission of providing "lessons of football between the lines, and lessons of life outside the lines. "Especially being in law enforcement, it's very important that we interact with the youth at an early age to let them know that we are the good guys and the good girls, and we do want to help our community," said O'Sullivan, who's camp welcomed more than 150 youngsters from the Chesapeake area. O'Sullivan added, as long as he's Sheriff, he will continue to hold this camp for his community. Chesapeake, Va. (The Virginian-Pilot) - The image of deputies helping kids fish and ride horses at STAR Leadership Camp was a reassuring one for Chesapeake Sheriff Jim O'Sullivan. The camp took dozens of children to the rural margins of the city and got them on horses, fishing from a pond, and using bows and arrows. But it's about more than kids having fun, O'Sullivan said. In an era when law enforcement is viewed with suspicion in some parts of the community, he said it's a chance to show the kids that officers are the "good guys." The camp, held in mid-May, was attended by 72 children, eight junior leaders, and 24 team leaders at Triple R Ranch in southern Chesapeake. The event is in its eighth year and designed to challenge participants to help develop their leadership traits. O'Sullivan came up with the idea of the camp more than a decade ago when he was the undersheriff of Chesapeake. "I grew up in a single parent family. My mom had to work two jobs," he said. "There were always things I'd get involved with as far as athletics, camps and things like that. It really helped me." Although the three-day camp is the culmination of the program, O'Sullivan said deputies work with the children all year long. "We bring them to hockey games, we bring them to baseball games, we do volunteer hours for seniors," he said. The Sheriff's Office works with Chesapeake schools to enlist children ages 9 to 14 for the program. O'Sullivan hopes it can help counter the negative image law enforcement has been receiving at the national level in recent years. "These are our friends and good people just like us," O'Sullivan told the children about his staff. On February 8, 2017, Sheriff Jim O'Sullivan presented graduation certificates, and badges to the 8th session of our Training Academy's 16 week Basic Deputy School. Captain G. Strathmann and Deputy D. Gill accepted the prestigious Elizabeth River Project Sustained Distinguished Performance Award on behalf of Sheriff Jim O'Sullivan. Chesapeake, VA- On August 29, 2016, Sheriff Jim O'Sullivan broke ground on the first permanent expansion to the Chesapeake Correctional Center in nearly 20 years. The 47,282 square foot Community Programs Center will include a 10,532 square foot maintenance building, and two training classrooms. It will also house 192 inmates. Sheriff O'Sullivan says the expansion will streamline jail operations, and allow inmates to log more working hours and earn more opportunities once they are released. Sheriff Jim O'Sullivan's Special Olympics Virginia Plane Pull Team Sheriff Jim O'Sullivan's Special Olympics Virginia Plane Pull Team On August 4,2015,Sheriff Jim O'Sullivan and the Chesapeake Sheriff's Office participated in the "Annual National Night Out" visiting a number of neighborhoods in Chesapeake. CHESAPEAKE (WAVY) - Chesapeake Sheriff Jim O'Sullivan grew u


Urban League Hampton Roads, Inc. - Board of Directors

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