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Police Officer Specialist Timothy Brian Schock | Chesapeake Police Department, Virginia Chesapeake Police Department, Virginia

Police Officer Specialist

Timothy Brian Schock

Chesapeake Police Department, Virginia

End of Watch: Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 41

Tour: 16 years

Badge # 972

Military veteran

Cause: Drowned

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Senior Police Officer Tim Schock died during a training dive in the lake at Oak Grove Lake Park.

He and other members of the Chesapeake Police Department's dive team were conducting the dive when he experienced trouble breathing. His dive partner attempted to give him his own respirator as they surfaced, but Officer Schock submerged again. Other officers on scene immediately retrieved him and started CPR on shore. He was transported to Chesapeake General Hospital where he passed away.

Officer Schock was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and active member of Law Enforcement United. He is survived by one child and his fiancee.

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You are still so missed! Still heartbreaking for Aunt Tammy and our family. Miss you

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September 19, 2015


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