The Chesterfield County Police Department has earned a spot on the Military Times Best for Vets: Law Enforcement 2017 rankings. The department is one of 20 agencies to make the 2017 list.
Best for Vets: Law Enforcement 2017 is an editorially independent news project that evaluates the many factors that make an agency a good fit for military veterans and reservists, according to Military Times. Military Times invited law enforcement agencies across the country to take part in its detailed, roughly-100-question survey. Agencies were evaluated on their military recruiting efforts, service member-related policies, rules for reservists and department culture.
“We remain proud of our commitment to veterans, and we are honored to have once again been included in this prestigious national listing,” said Col. Thierry Dupuis, chief of the Chesterfield County Police Department. “We will continue to strive to innovate and excel in our hiring and employment practices, especially as they pertain to our dedicated current and former members of the military.”