Leesburg Police Officer Retires After Providing More Than 25 Years of Public Service to the Community
Officer Kenneth Green
Leesburg, VA – We would like to congratulate Officer Kenneth Green on his retirement from the Leesburg Police Department after providing more than 14 years of service to the Town.
Officer Green began his career in law enforcement as a deputy with the Alexandria Sheriff’s Office in 1994. He then worked as a deputy with the Spotsylvania Sheriff’s Office. Officer Green next spent 12 years as a deputy at the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office. He was then hired by the Leesburg Police Department on February 25, 2008. In total, Officer Green has been a public servant for more than 25 years.
While a member of the Leesburg Police Department, Officer Green has served in numerous specialized positions and roles in which he demonstrated outstanding commitment and dedication to serving the Leesburg community. Some of these specialized positions have included School Resource Officer where he also served as a Gang Resistance Education and Training (G.R.E.A.T.) Instructor, Field Training Officer, and Defensive Tactics Instructor.
Throughout his career, the Leesburg Police Department has received multiple letters of thanks from the public for the positive interactions that they have had with Officer Green. One resident noted, “I have lived in this County for 47 years. In this ever changing County/Town, it is not always, that you come across a police officer like Officer Green. He did his job to serve and protect with patience, professionalism and integrity.”
In his free time, Officer Green enjoys touring Civil War historic sites and reading about U.S. history. He also enjoys lifting weights, as well as practicing Gracie Jiu Jitsu, Muay Thai, and Bruce Lee’s Jeet Kune Do. In retirement, Officer Green looks forward to the next chapter in his life
Kenny, on behalf of Chief Brown and your LPD Family, thank you for all that you have done over the past two and a half decades to better our community!