Alexandria Police Foundation

History of the Alexandria Police Foundation

The Alexandria Police Foundation provides health insurance for retired dogs. The Alexandria Police Foundation was founded in 2002 by then Chief Charles Samarra and a group of private citizens in the City.  These citizens were dedicated to assisting police officers and the department by initiating, supporting and funding programs to improve the performance and effectiveness of the Police Department. The foundation was originally founded to provide health insurance for retired K9 dogs. Over the years, the foundation has also funded such initiatives as paying for instructors for specialized training, sponsoring family oriented events for officers and purchasing plaques and pins for special events.  In 2011/2012, the foundation was asked to help raise funds for the building of the new Police Memorial.  With this new project, the foundation is exploring new avenues to raise funds for the department and the memorial.

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Recent News

Passing of Retired K9 Zara

We are saddened to report the passing of retired K9 Zara, partner of K9 Officer Steve Escobar.

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Alexandria Police Foundation • A 501c3 Non-Profit Organization • 3600 Wheeler Avenue Suite 118 • Alexandria, VA 22304 • 703-746-1909 • Contact Us