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Make a Donation Today for 2nd Lieutenant Deuntay Diggs to Ride in the 2017 "Road to Hope" Bicycle Ride for Law Enforcement

Each May, May 10-12, "The Road to Hope" Bicycle Ride takes place from Chesapeake, VA for law enforcement and survivors to make their bicycle trek to Washington, DC.  The route is over 250 miles long! 2nd Lieutenant Deuntay Diggs will be starting in Chesapeake, VA and making his way up to Washington, DC.

"The Road to Hope" honors the service and sacrifice of law enforcement colleagues and family members who have died in the line of duty.

2nd Lieutenant Deuntay Diggs will be riding to raise awareness of and provide monetary support to Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) and Officer Down Memorial Page (O.D.M.P.).

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Click on the "Donate" button below to make a donation towards 2nd Lieutenant Deuntay Diggs' "Road to Hope" Bicycle Ride for Law Enforcement.












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Your donation will be assisting with the required $1,500.00 membership fee that is required by Law Enforcement United for any law enforcement officer to become a participant in "The Road to Hope" Bicycle Ride.  

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Meet 2nd Lieutenant Deuntay Diggs
Stafford County Sheriff's Office | Patrol Division | Watch Commander

2nd Lieutenant Deuntay Diggs is a 
2007 Virginia Military Institute (VMI) graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in History.  He is currently a seven-year veteran with the Stafford County Sheriff's Office in Stafford, Virginia.  2nd Lieutenant Diggs is assigned to the Patrol Division, as a Watch Commander, where he is proudly protecting and serving the citizens of Stafford County.  

2nd Lieutenant Diggs is the coordinator of the Sheriff's Office Honor Guard, and he also sings at both local and national events.  He is a Field Training Officer,  Hostage Negotiation Team member, Command Bus coordinator, and a Crisis Intervention Team member. 2nd Lieutenant Diggs is also a General Instructor, a Cultural Diversity Instructor, and an instructor for the Rape, Aggression, and Defense (RAD) course through the Stafford County Sheriff's Office.