// Our Team
John W. Jones
Virginia Sheriffs’ Association
Chief of Police (retired)
Douglas A. Goodman, Jr.
Chief of Police
Ashland Police Department
F. W. Howard, Jr.
VCPI Board Member,
Jay W. Malcan, Ph.D.
VCPI Board President
J. Joseph McLaughlin Jr.
New Kent County Sheriff’s Office
Anthony W. Roper
Clark County Sheriff’s Office
Arthur Townsend Jr.
Lunenburg County Sheriff’s Office
VCPI is hiring for the position of Content Development Specialist
VCPI has the privilege of working with the best public-safety trainers, educators and subject-matter experts in the nation. These talented people dedicate their entire careers to public service, sharing decades of experience and expertise with us in the classroom and beyond. VCPI Faculty impact the public-safety profession on a daily basis, working hand-in-hand with our staff to deliver services which are current and focused on the issues relevant to the communities we serve.
Collectively, our Faculty’s demonstrated commitment to excellence is extraordinarily impressive. Individually, and perhaps most importantly, their passion for improving future generations of public safety inspires everything we do.
Interested in joining the VCPI faculty? We are always looking for people who share in our vision. Click the button below to download the faculty application. We can’t wait to hear from you!
// 2017-2018 Annual Report
For over 20 years, the Virginia Center for Policing Innovation has been at the forefront of public safety and community policing, and our work is more relevant and urgent than ever. This past year has been an extraordinary opportunity for VCPI to expand its reach and create innovative ways to support public safety professionals and the communities they serve.
We’ve risen to meet the challenge. In this past year, we’ve launched new programs, built on recent successes and added talent to our growing team. We’ve implemented new ways to impact our audiences, embracing technology as a powerful means to further our mission. VCPI’s extensive online training initiatives have allowed us to provide the law enforcement community with unique web-accessible content on an unprecedented national scale. We are developing resources and tools specific to the needs of public safety across the country and through the innovative use of technology, these tools have become even more dynamic and widely used.
Simultaneous with our development of digital tools and resources, we’ve continued our work on the ground in communities across the country. VCPI has built a strong tradition of engaged, interactive instruction, and we’ve brought public safety officials and local leaders together through in-person training sessions that directly meet their needs, no matter the setting.
Above all, our focus continues to be on value. Whether we’re designing online curricula or conducting in-person training events, what’s driven our work has always been a dedication to high-quality, substantive resources for the public safety community.
We’re looking ahead to the new year with excitement. At the moment, we’re finalizing multiple development projects and gearing up to launch these new in-person and online training resources across the country. Simultaneously, we are kicking off several brand new national public safety programs and working with local agencies nationwide to develop and deliver solutions to their unique and varied public safety issues. The intersection of public safety and community policing is an ever-changing environment, and as VCPI becomes more robust and versatile, we have an opportunity to make an impact like never before.