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On Friday our officers from Franconia District Station visited Lorton Station Elementary School and read to the entire t...
12/18/2019

On Friday our officers from Franconia District Station visited Lorton Station Elementary School and read to the entire third-grade class 📖📚 Afterward, they answered questions about what it’s like to be a police officer 👮 Thank you for having us, Lorton Station!
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#FCPD #FCPS #Community #Reading #PublicService #PoliceOfficers

UPDATE: Christine Kendrick has been found and is safe. Thanks for sharing! .....Have you seen this missing endangered ad...
12/18/2019

UPDATE: Christine Kendrick has been found and is safe. Thanks for sharing!
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Have you seen this missing endangered adult? 84-year-old Christine Kendrick was last seen this morning around 1:30 a.m. in Fredericksburg, VA. She is 5’6” and 120 pounds with brown hair and gray eyes. She was last seen driving a red 2015 Chevy Cruze VA: VUR-8678. She is considered endangered due to mental and/or physical health issues. Please call 703-691-2131 with any information and please share to help us spread the word and bring her home safely.

On Friday our DWI Enforcement Squad was awarded for their excellence by the Washington Regional Alcohol Program at their...
12/17/2019

On Friday our DWI Enforcement Squad was awarded for their excellence by the Washington Regional Alcohol Program at their annual Law Enforcement Awards. Thank you to VirginiaDMV, NHTSA , and Washington Regional Alcohol Program for the award, and thank you to our officers for keeping our streets safe! 👏 👮 🚓
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#FCPD #LawEnforcement #PublicService #AwardCeremony #VaDMV #HighwaySafety

12/16/2019

Watch as Police Chief Edwin C. Roessler Jr. updates the community about the arrest of three Fairfax County Public School Employees.

Join us at Springfield Town Center on Saturday, Dec. 21, from 11am to 3pm for our holiday recruiting event! Our Mobile R...
12/15/2019

Join us at Springfield Town Center on Saturday, Dec. 21, from 11am to 3pm for our holiday recruiting event! Our Mobile Recruiting Unit (MRU) will be on site and taking applications for our next police academy. Come by and talk with a recruiter to learn about what it takes to #BeFCPD 👮
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#FCPD #PublicSafety #Service #SpringfieldTownCenter #HolidayHiring #LawEnforcement #FirstResponders #PoliceOfficers #Recruiting #FairfaxCounty #JobFair

One of the best things about being an officer is that you never know what the day will bring. PFC Tom Dawson helped Anim...
12/15/2019

One of the best things about being an officer is that you never know what the day will bring. PFC Tom Dawson helped Animal Protection Police contain an eagle, and according to him it was quite the chase! 🦅
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#FCPD #AnimalProtection #Eagle #Wildlife #FairfaxCounty

Would you like a glimpse behind the badge? Applications are now being accepted by the Citizens Police Academy (CPA) for ...
12/14/2019

Would you like a glimpse behind the badge? Applications are now being accepted by the Citizens Police Academy (CPA) for Spring and Fall 2020. The CPA is designed to give participants hands-on information about training, policies and the many units and divisions within our department. Applicants are encouraged to submit their application by Jan. 3, 2020 for consideration for the spring academy.

For more information please visit: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police/servicesah/citizenspoliceacademy
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#FCPD #BeFCPD

We’re throwing it back to 1947 with this picture of our motor squad! 🏍️ 👮 Can anyone name the make and model of these bi...
12/12/2019

We’re throwing it back to 1947 with this picture of our motor squad! 🏍️ 👮 Can anyone name the make and model of these bikes? 🤔
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#FCPD #TBT #ThrowbackThursday #Community #FairfaxCounty #MotorSquad

With heavy hearts, we share news of the passing of retired K9 Thunder, a 13-year-old German Shepherd that served our res...
12/12/2019

With heavy hearts, we share news of the passing of retired K9 Thunder, a 13-year-old German Shepherd that served our residents from 2007-2013. Thunder’s assistance helped many people across the county. Thank you for your service, Thunder! 💙 #FCPD

It has been 30 years since 5-year-old Melissa Brannen was abducted from the Lorton area. Melissa was last seen on Dec. 3...
12/11/2019

It has been 30 years since 5-year-old Melissa Brannen was abducted from the Lorton area. Melissa was last seen on Dec. 3, 1989 around 10:20 p.m. while she attended a Christmas party with her mother at the Woodside Apartment Clubhouse in Lorton; the community where she lived. When they were getting ready to leave, Melissa left the lobby area to get some potato chips in another room and never returned to her mother. Detectives from our Major Crimes Bureau Cold Case Squad are seeking the public’s help to locate Melissa and bring resolution to her family, as she was never found.

Find out more about this case at https://tinyurl.com/vkmgetz
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#FCPD #ColdCase #LawEnforcement

We had a great turnout for our Coffee With A Cop event in Burke on Saturday morning! ☕🍩 We really enjoy these opportunit...
12/11/2019

We had a great turnout for our Coffee With A Cop event in Burke on Saturday morning! ☕🍩 We really enjoy these opportunities to spend time with the community and get to connect with neighbors. Thank you to everyone who came out to the event!
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#FCPD #FairfaxVa #CoffeeWithACop #CWAC #Community #Police

12/11/2019

We mourn with law enforcement agencies across the nation on the loss of @JCPoliceDept Detective Joseph Seals. Our deepest sympathies are with his family, fellow officers and loved ones. #Hero💙

This year’s Santa’s Ride made this rainy Tuesday a bit more merry and bright 🎄 Our motor squad, Santa, Mrs. Claus, Rudol...
12/10/2019

This year’s Santa’s Ride made this rainy Tuesday a bit more merry and bright 🎄 Our motor squad, Santa, Mrs. Claus, Rudolph and Frosty have spent the day spreading holiday cheer across our county, including a visit to the Government Center! 🎅🤶☃️🎁
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#FCPD #FairfaxCounty #2019Holidays #Santa #Community #HappyHolidays

Santa’s Ride is here! Last night our public safety cadets from 1742 and 505 helped sort donations for Santa’s deliveries...
12/10/2019

Santa’s Ride is here! Last night our public safety cadets from 1742 and 505 helped sort donations for Santa’s deliveries to children in hospitals and local charities 🎁 Keep an eye on our social media to see Santa and his helpers deliver holiday cheer 🎅
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#FCPD #FairfaxCounty #FairfaxVA #2019Holidays #Santa #Community #Christmas #HappyHolidays #RandomActsOfKindness

We had a wonderful evening escorting Santa at Mosaic District’s Holiday Tree Lighting with Fairfax County Fire and Rescu...
12/09/2019

We had a wonderful evening escorting Santa at Mosaic District’s Holiday Tree Lighting with Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department! 👮🎅👨‍🚒
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#FCPD #2019Holidays #Santa #FairfaxCountyFireAndRescue #FCFRD #FairfaxVa

UPDATE: Mireya has been found and is safe. Thank you for sharing....Have you seen this missing endangered girl? 12-year-...
12/09/2019

UPDATE: Mireya has been found and is safe. Thank you for sharing.
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Have you seen this missing endangered girl? 12-year-old Mireya Maldonado was last seen this evening at 7:30 p.m. in the 7500 block of Broadway Drive, in the Falls Church area of Fairfax County. She is 5’ tall, 115 pounds, with hazel eyes and brown hair. Her clothing description is unknown. She is considered endangered due to her age. Please call 703-691-2131 with any information and please share to help us spread the word and bring her home safely.

2nd Lt. Chuck Riddle from our Tysons Urban Team provides valuable holiday shopping safety tips on this week’s County Con...
12/08/2019

2nd Lt. Chuck Riddle from our Tysons Urban Team provides valuable holiday shopping safety tips on this week’s County Conversation podcast. One tip he gives is that while shopping for electronics on sites like eBay, “if the deal is too good to be true, it probably is.” Shoppers should be wary of any drastically low prices on new merchandise and electronics, it could be stolen or a counterfeit product 🚫
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Click the link to hear more tips ➡️ https://tinyurl.com/vvhrgn5 🎧
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#FCPD #Podcast #ShopSafely #HolidaySafety #LawEnforcement

For more than 13 years, the murders of two Springfield women have remained a mystery. Both cases occurred within a four-...
12/07/2019

For more than 13 years, the murders of two Springfield women have remained a mystery. Both cases occurred within a four-month period in late 2006 and although detectives do not believe the victims knew each other, they had a lot in common. Most notably, both women were named Marion. Despite DNA being collected from both scenes and entered more than a decade ago in a nationwide database of DNA samples, the identity of the offender has remained unknown. Now, detectives are hoping that newly emerged technology will assist in identifying the killer. Detectives are asking for anyone with information about these events to contact the Major Crimes Bureau.
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Find out more about this case at https://tinyurl.com/ufkx4c5
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#FCPD #ColdCase #LawEnforcement #TrueCrime #FairfaxVa

On Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, we honor the brave men and women who fought and died in the attack on Pearl Harbor on D...
12/07/2019

On Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, we honor the brave men and women who fought and died in the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941 🇺🇸
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#FCPD #PearlHarbor #PearlHarborRemembranceDay #Veterans #WWII #FirstResponders #FairfaxVa

The Citizens’ Advisory Committee (CAC) recently recognized PFC Quarto and PFC Bowers as Officers of the 4th Quarter. The...
12/06/2019

The Citizens’ Advisory Committee (CAC) recently recognized PFC Quarto and PFC Bowers as Officers of the 4th Quarter. They were recognized for their foresight, work ethic, legal knowledge and teamwork during a case. The case in question resulted in the recovery of two semi-automatic handguns and items consistent with narcotic distribution and over $2K of suspected drug money. On top of this, three suspected drug dealers and gang associates were arrested.
Thank you to PFC Quarto and PFC Bowers for keeping Fairfax safe 👏 👮
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#FCPD #FirstResponders #LawEnforcement #PublicSafety #FairfaxCounty

This week’s #TBT with officers Norfolk and Revercomb dates back to 1949 🕰️ Did you know that FCPD was formed only nine y...
12/05/2019

This week’s #TBT with officers Norfolk and Revercomb dates back to 1949 🕰️ Did you know that FCPD was formed only nine years earlier in 1940? Time flies! 👮
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#FCPD #ThrowbackThursday #PoliceOfficer #FairfaxCounty #FCPDHistory

Fairfax County Police Department's cover photo
12/04/2019

Fairfax County Police Department's cover photo

#InsideFCPD: This month we are looking at the work of our Gang Intelligence Unit (GIU). GIU is an intelligence-driven un...
12/04/2019

#InsideFCPD: This month we are looking at the work of our Gang Intelligence Unit (GIU). GIU is an intelligence-driven unit that focuses on gathering information and documenting criminal street gangs. This information is used to aid in the prevention, education and prosecution of gang activity, as well as to conduct proactive gang suppression efforts. The intelligence obtained by the unit is used to assist with the successful prosecution of gang members. Assistance can be in the form of search warrants, case preparations and providing expert testimonies. The unit also provides training to both law enforcement and our community.

The GIU began in 1993 as a Gang Coordinator Program. In 1997 that temporary unit was expanded into the Gang Intelligence Unit, comprised of 10 detectives and two supervisors. The expansion was originally supposed to last six months, but the GIU’s swift response to a case showcased the importance of their role - within 24 hours of a gang-related death in 1998 the case was closed, gun recovered, people arrested and search warrants executed. GIU became a permanent part of our department on July 1, 1998.

GIU is a multifaceted unit that assists several different investigative groups throughout the department. They are tasked with investigating a wide range of crimes from larcenies and assaults to malicious woundings and homicides. In addition, they are key assets to several federal investigative agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Homeland Security Investigations and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. We are grateful for GIU’s hard work protecting our county.
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#FCPD #Police #Community #LawEnforcement

Today we remember our fallen comrade, Special Officer Hendrick “Sandy” Gideonse. On this day in 1998, he was sadly kille...
12/03/2019

Today we remember our fallen comrade, Special Officer Hendrick “Sandy” Gideonse. On this day in 1998, he was sadly killed in an on-duty car crash. We lost our fellow brother while he was proudly serving our community, and we honor his commitment to keeping Fairfax County safe. May he rest in peace.
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#EOW #endofwatch #FairfaxCounty #lawenforcement #firstresponders #FCPD

With Cyber Monday around the corner, please consider buying a toy or two for Santa’s Ride! All donations are delivered b...
12/01/2019

With Cyber Monday around the corner, please consider buying a toy or two for Santa’s Ride! All donations are delivered by Santa to children at local hospitals and children in need. You can donate new unwrapped toys 🤖, games 🎲, books 📚 and gifts 🎁 to one of our police stations. The deadline for donations is ⭐ Monday, Dec. 9 at 9 a.m.⭐
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#FCPD #SantasRide #Santa #Christmas #GivingBack #SeasonOfGiving #FairfaxCounty #Community #CommunityGiving #FirstResponders #HolidaySpirit #CharitableGiving #RandomActsofKindness

For this week’s Winter Travel Safety tip, we recommend that all Fairfax County residents sign up for Fairfax Alerts ⚠️ Y...
11/30/2019

For this week’s Winter Travel Safety tip, we recommend that all Fairfax County residents sign up for Fairfax Alerts ⚠️ You’ll be informed of severe weather reports, emergency traffic news and government alerts. A quick sign up can help keep you ready for anything on the roads this winter! 📲
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For sign up info go to https://tinyurl.com/qrb65gr
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#FCPD #ReadyFairfax #FairfaxAlerts #WinterWeather #SafetyTips #DriveSafe #FirstResponders #PoliceOfficer

Happy Black Friday! 🛍️ Before you snag those online deals check out these tips to prevent package theft 📦:.🖋️Require a s...
11/29/2019

Happy Black Friday! 🛍️ Before you snag those online deals check out these tips to prevent package theft 📦:
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🖋️Require a signature upon delivery. If you can’t be home, ask a friend if you can have things delivered to their house and have them sign for it.
👔 If you’re allowed, have the item delivered to your workplace.
🏤 Choose to have the package delivered to a pick-up location, such as an Amazon Locker, or held at a carrier location, like a UPS or FedEx facility.
👨‍💻 Closely track your deliveries to know the date and time it’ll arrive. Many online stores offer notifications and tracking numbers to keep you in the loop.
👀 Consider using a wireless door monitor that allows you to see your porch. Certain models have a camera and motion sensors so you can record video of any activity or speak remotely to those delivering packages.
🚚 When checking out, write delivery instructions for the package to be put in an inconspicuous location around your home to reduce the likelihood of it being seen.
🏘️ Ask a neighbor to watch for your deliveries. If you know them well, they could hold the package in their home or tell you that your package has arrived.
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Learn more at https://tinyurl.com/v2wrkt9
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#FCPD #BlackFriday #BlackFridaySafety #MailDelivery #SafeShopping #HolidaySafety #FirstResponders #PoliceOfficer #HappyHolidays #HolidaySeason

UPDATE: Sanpha has been found and is safe. Thank you for sharing. ...Have you seen this missing endangered adult? 29-yea...
11/29/2019

UPDATE: Sanpha has been found and is safe. Thank you for sharing.
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Have you seen this missing endangered adult? 29-year-old Sanpha Koroma was last seen around 4 p.m. in the 6600 block of Richmond Highway. He is 6’1” and 120 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes. He was wearing a gray jacket, khaki pants, brown socks and slippers. He is considered endangered due to mental and/or physical health issues. Please call 703-691-2131 with any information and please share to help us spread the word and bring him home safely.

We’re going waaaay back to the early ‘50s and sharing this awesome photo of Lt. Harold “Rabbit” Dailey riding a FCPD mot...
11/28/2019

We’re going waaaay back to the early ‘50s and sharing this awesome photo of Lt. Harold “Rabbit” Dailey riding a FCPD motorcycle 🏍️ Check out the car behind him too!
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#FCPD #TBT #ThrowbackThursday #FirstResponders #Police #Motorcycle

This Thanksgiving we are thankful for all the incredible people who live, work and play in our county! We hope everyone ...
11/28/2019

This Thanksgiving we are thankful for all the incredible people who live, work and play in our county! We hope everyone has a fun, safe and delicious holiday 🦃 🍁 🥧
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#FCPD #Thanksgiving #Thanksgiving2019 #FairfaxCounty #Police #Grateful #Thankful #GivingThanks #FristResponders #LawEnforcement #Holidays #HolidaySeason

This month’s #InsideFCPD showcases our Resource Management Bureau (RMB). This week, we’re looking at the Central Records...
11/28/2019

This month’s #InsideFCPD showcases our Resource Management Bureau (RMB). This week, we’re looking at the Central Records Division of RMB. The Central Records Division is responsible for entering, filing and storing documents related to police arrest, investigative, reportable incidents, and noncriminal incidents records.

Some additional responsibilities include maintaining official police documents according to the Code of Virginia as well as retrieving and disseminating copies of reports to authorized customers. These reports can relate to traffic summons, an individual’s criminal history, crash reports, Virginia Freedom Of Information Act requests, fingerprinting and processing expungements, to name a few.

The Central Records Division team is certified in the Virginia Crime Information Network (VCIN). The team enters over 6,000 summons each year, processes over 1,000 fingerprinting requests and processes over 900 expungement court orders. The division also disseminates over 12,000 criminal history requests and responds to over 2,000 Virginia Freedom of Information requests every year.

Thank you to the Central Records Division the team for serving the Fairfax County community and the FCPD internal staff every day!
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The only thing better than Thanksgiving is having Thanksgiving with our community! Our officers had a great time joining...
11/27/2019

The only thing better than Thanksgiving is having Thanksgiving with our community! Our officers had a great time joining kids and their parents at Virginia Run Elementary School’s Thanksgiving lunch last week. 🦃 🥧 The day was festive, fun and got us even more excited for round two tomorrow! 🍽️
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UPDATE: Antonio has been found and is safe. Thank you for sharing...Have you seen this missing endangered juvenile?15-ye...
11/27/2019

UPDATE: Antonio has been found and is safe. Thank you for sharing.
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Have you seen this missing endangered juvenile?
15-year-old Antonio Romero was last seen yesterday around 10:30 p.m. in the 2800 block of West Glen Dr in the Falls Church section of Fairfax County. He is 5’7", 140 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. He has shoulder length hair and usually wears it in a ponytail. He was last seen wearing a gray Calvin Klein sweatshirt and sweatpants. He was wearing shoes that were black, red, and white and carrying a black North Face backpack. He is considered endangered due to mental and/or physical health issues. Please call 703-691-2131 with any information and please share to help us spread the word and bring him home safely.

During this holiday season please consider donating to the Victim Services Division’s Annual Holiday Gift Card Drive. Th...
11/26/2019

During this holiday season please consider donating to the Victim Services Division’s Annual Holiday Gift Card Drive. This drive supports the families of young victims of violent crimes and witnesses of domestic and sexual violence, who face emotional and financial difficulties in the aftermath of crimes. Help us make the season a bit brighter for these children. ❤️
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Now through Friday, Dec. 13, we’re collecting gift cards for the drive – including retailers, movie theaters, supermarkets and local restaurants. These cards will allow parents and guardians to buy presents and necessities for their children.
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💌You can drop off or mail gift cards to: 💌
Saly Fayez, Director
Victim Services Division
12099 Government Center Parkway
Fairfax, VA 22035
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For more information, please contact Saly Fayez at [email protected]
Thank you in advance for your support ❤️
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