Police documentary at Washington museum has Fredericksburg-area ties

The Free Lance-Star | By James Baron

A 33-minute documentary – Sacrifice and Service – that dives into the personal lives of several law enforcement officers is now showing at the National Law Enforcement Museum in Washington.

The film includes abundant footage shot in Stafford County and a segment on the life and career of a Stafford County sheriff’s deputy.

“This for me is the most special thing I’ve ever done as a producer, as a filmmaker,” said Jim Klock, a Los Angeles resident who used to live in Fredericksburg. “I couldn’t be more proud of it.”