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In Memory of Norfolk Police Officer Brian Jones
Norfolk Police Officer Brian Jones - End of Watch  May 30, 2014Norfolk Police Officer Brian Jones was killed in the line of duty on May 31, 2014.

On Friday, May 31st 2014 Officer Brian Jones joined the search for a driver who was randomly shooting from behind the wheel of his vehicle. Officer Jones found the abandoned vehicle.  When he went to investigate, the suspect fired a high power rifle from inside a residence, striking Officer Jones. Officer Jones succumbed to his injuries at the hospital.

Officer Brian Jones was a loving husband, father and dedicated police officer. He will be missed by his brothers and sisters in blue and the many community members whose lives he touched.

Services for Officer Brian Jones was held Wednesday, June 4, 7pm - 9pm, with visitation and viewing at Altmeyer Funeral Home, 5792 Greenwich Road, Virginia Beach.

Funeral services for Officer Jones was held Thursday, June 5, at 11am, at The Rock Church, 640 Kempsville Road, Virginia Beach. Following the funeral, Officer Jones was laid to rest at Forest Lawn Cemetery, 8100 Granby Street, Norfolk, Virginia.



For those who have expressed a desire to send cards and letters of condolence to Officer Brian Jones family, you may do so at the following address:
The Family of Officer Brian Jones 
c/o Norfolk Police Department
100 Brooke Avenue
Norfolk, Virginia 23510
Several private memorial funds have been set up for the family of Officer Brian Jones.
  • To donate to Brian Jones Memorial Fund go to any BB&T bank and make a deposit into account
    #000-5536324846. All donations will go directly to the Jones Family.
  • Checks and money orders can be made out to:
    Fairmount Park Civic League
    PO Box 7034 Norfolk, VA 23509
    Donations will be collected until 6/30 at which point the civic league will issue a check to the family of Officer Jones. 
    (For questions about the collection or cash donations please contact Kevin Wagner - Fairmount Park Civic League Neighborhood Watch Coordinator, 757-775-7500 or Sandi Azud - Fairmount Park Civic League Secretary, 757-339-9020)