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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

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 ...
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 Rec...
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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#FCPD #FairfaxCounty #FCPS #SayYesToFCPS #Community #PublicSchools #ComunityOutreach

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. ...
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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#FCPD #FairfaxCounty #Holidays #HolidaySeason #SeasonOfGiving #RandomActsofKindness #Community

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of retired K9 Cody, a 10-year-old bloodhound that served our resid...
11/25/2019

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of retired K9 Cody, a 10-year-old bloodhound that served our residents from 2010-2015. From tracking suspects to locating missing children, Cody’s assistance was invaluable and helped many people across our county and Virginia. Thank you for your service, Cody! 💙 #FCPD

✨ It’s the most wonderful time of the year 🎶 – Our annual Santa’s Ride! 🎅 Our Motor Squad, along with the ...
11/25/2019

✨ It’s the most wonderful time of the year 🎶 – Our annual Santa’s Ride! 🎅 Our Motor Squad, along with the Sheriff’s Office, Fall’s Church Sheriff’s Office, Vienna Police Department, Virginia State Police, Fairfax City Police Department and Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority Police will escort Santa as he delivers toys to children at local hospitals, as well as to children in need. 🎁
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Want to help? Donate NEW unwrapped toys 🤖, games 🎲, books 📚 and gifts 🎁 to one of our police stations. The deadline for donations is ⭐ 9 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 9 ⭐
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#FCPD #SantasRide #Santa #Christmas #GivingBack #SeasonOfGiving #FairfaxCounty #Community #CommunityGiving #FirstResponders #HolidaySpirit #CharitableGiving #RandomActsofKindness

Thanksgiving weekend is so close we can almost taste the mashed potatoes 😁🥔 Here are tips for how to prep your hom...
11/24/2019

Thanksgiving weekend is so close we can almost taste the mashed potatoes 😁🥔 Here are tips for how to prep your home for any holiday travel 🏡:
📦 Arrange for packages to be delivered to an alternate address or have a trusted neighbor keep them safe until you get home
💡 Set your lights and TVs on a timer so it appears someone is home
🔐 Be sure to keep windows and doors locked
Stay safe this week! 🦃
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#FCPD #HolidaySafety #HolidayPrep #Thanksgiving #ThanksgivingSafety #SafeHolidays #MashedPotatoes

☃️❄️ Winter weather is starting to come on the radar! 😅 We want to ensure the safety of our neighbors and  fo...
11/23/2019

☃️❄️ Winter weather is starting to come on the radar! 😅 We want to ensure the safety of our neighbors and for the next month we will be sharing important winter travel prep and safety tips. Stay tuned every Saturday for:
⚠️How to stay informed of severe winter weather
🎒 How to prepare winter emergency kits
❄️Winter driving tips
Let’s stay safe and warm, Fairfax!
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#FCPD #ReadyFairfax #WinterPrep #Winter #WinterDriving #WinterSafety #EmergencyFairfax

Detectives need your help identifying a suspect in a robbery and sexual assault of a woman that occurred on Nov. 12 at a...
11/22/2019

Detectives need your help identifying a suspect in a robbery and sexual assault of a woman that occurred on Nov. 12 at a hotel in the 8600 block of Leesburg Pike in Tysons. Officers responded to the hotel around noon that day after a woman reported she had been attacked. A subsequent investigation revealed that the woman was in her room when she answered a knock at the door and was confronted by a man who may have previously contacted her through a social media app. The man sexually assaulted the victim and stole her personal property. She was taken to a hospital for injuries that were not life-threatening.

The suspect is described as a black male in his late 20s, around 6’ tall with brown eyes, short black hair and a short beard.

Anyone who can identify the suspect or has information about this case is asked to please contact our Major Crimes Bureau at 703-246-7800. Tips can also be submitted anonymously through Crime Solvers by phone – 1-866-411-TIPS (866-411-8477), by text – Type “FCCS” plus tip to 847411, and by web – Click HERE. Download our Mobile tip411 App “Fairfax Co Crime Solvers”. Anonymous tipsters are eligible for cash rewards of $100 to $1,000 dollars if their information leads to an arrest.

For ongoing updates, please read our blog and follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @FairfaxCountyPD.

Thank you for having us, Rising Stars Daycare! 🌟 Master Police Officer Michael Stewart told these great kids about wh...
11/22/2019

Thank you for having us, Rising Stars Daycare! 🌟 Master Police Officer Michael Stewart told these great kids about what a police officer does, how to recognize one and what phone number to call in case of an emergency. How many future officers do you think are in this photo 🤔👮⁉️
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#FCPD #CommunityOutreach #PublicSafety #Community #FairfaxCounty #Police

Look at this #ThrowbackThursday photo of our Quartermaster/Property Section from the 1960’s! 👮 Our inventory has ce...
11/21/2019

Look at this #ThrowbackThursday photo of our Quartermaster/Property Section from the 1960’s! 👮 Our inventory has certainly grown since then, but the uniform is still quite similar. 😊 #FCPD #TBT

Happy 20th Anniversary to our Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) program! 🤩 Our outstanding volunteers were recogniz...
11/19/2019

Happy 20th Anniversary to our Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) program! 🤩 Our outstanding volunteers were recognized by the Board of Supervisors this morning. We rely on our VIPS to help us with a number of critical duties from fingerprinting to DUI checkpoints. 👏
For more info about VIPS: https://tinyurl.com/wokeggs
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#FCPD #VIPS #Community #Volunteers #CommunitySafety #DoGood #PublicService #MakeADifference

More than half of 🦌 deer-related crashes occur in the fall through December. Deer are most active at mid-morning and ...
11/18/2019

More than half of 🦌 deer-related crashes occur in the fall through December. Deer are most active at mid-morning and early evening, when people are heading to and from school and work 🚘 Keep your eyes open and stay aware!
Get more info: https://tinyurl.com/vqeqaya
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#FCPD #Deer #Safety #Community #SafeDriving #Awareness #Fall

This month’s #InsideFCPD showcases our Resource Management Bureau (RMB). This week, we’re looking at the Quartermast...
11/16/2019

This month’s #InsideFCPD showcases our Resource Management Bureau (RMB). This week, we’re looking at the Quartermaster Section of RMB. The team is responsible for the daily acquisition, stocking and issuance of police uniforms, body armor, tactical gear, equipment and supplies to our sworn officers and civilian personnel.

Moreover, each week, the Quartermaster team initiates purchase orders to keep our shelves stocked with items our patrol officers need to perform their jobs daily. The team is always readily available to provide gear and equipment to our #FCPD specialty units who are deployed on national emergencies and disaster calls in and around the country.

Since stocking space is limited, the Quartermaster staff is very strategic in their business practices. Inventory accuracy is of paramount importance. The team ensures issued items comply with department as well as national safety standards and upon receiving items, they are inspected, inventoried and then stocked and warehoused.

Outgoing items are packaged and labeled so they can be delivered or picked up by a District Station. The Resource Management Bureau - Quartermaster team is of essential importance to FCPD and we thank them for the outstanding customer service they provide to our officers and our civilian staff!

UPDATE:  Brady Simmons has been found and is safe.  Thank you for sharing!......Have you seen this missing endangered ma...
11/15/2019

UPDATE: Brady Simmons has been found and is safe. Thank you for sharing!
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Have you seen this missing endangered man? 21-year-old Brady Simmons was last seen driving a gray Honda Pilot, VA tag DAWGFAN, today at 12:20pm in the 2900 block of Sleepy Hollow Rd., Falls Church. He is 6’1”, 150 pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes. He was last seen wearing a blue sweatshirt, gray sweatpants, and purple shoes. He is considered endangered due to mental and/or physical health concerns. Please call 703-691-2131 with information and please “share” to help us spread the word and bring him home safely.

Future recruit alert! 🚨 We had a great time visiting all the students at @fcpsva White Oaks Elementary School as part...
11/15/2019

Future recruit alert! 🚨 We had a great time visiting all the students at @fcpsva White Oaks Elementary School as part of our P.A.L.S. (Police at Lunch in Schools) Program. It looks like the kids had fun too, can’t wait for our next visit! 💙
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#FCPD #Community #PublicSchool #Mentors #Dogood #Neighbors #CommunityPolicing #MakeADifference #Communityoutreach #publicservice #BurkeVA #FCPS #FairfaxCountyPublicSchools #SayYestoFCPS

This month's #InsideFCPD features our Resource Management Bureau. Vehicle Fleet Management is just one of the sections i...
11/14/2019

This month's #InsideFCPD features our Resource Management Bureau. Vehicle Fleet Management is just one of the sections inside the RMB bureau. Take a look at this old fleet from 1971! 😮 #FCPD #TBT #ThrowbackThursday

Mason District Station – Detectives are asking for help identifying a man who entered an office building in the 3300 b...
11/14/2019

Mason District Station – Detectives are asking for help identifying a man who entered an office building in the 3300 block of Woodburn Rd. on Oct 29 and stole an employee’s wallet. The man then used the debit card at an Exxon located in Annandale and at a 7-Eleven located in Arlington.

A similar incident occurred earlier in October in the 7000 block of Little River Turnpike. A man fitting this same description entered the office suite and was observed by an employee going through someone’s purse. When confronted, the man left without taking anything.

Detectives are asking anyone who recognizes the suspect, or has any information about these crimes, to contact Detective Teague at the Mason District Police Station at 703-256-8035. Tips can also be submitted anonymously through Crime Solvers by phone -1-866-411-TIPS ( 866-411-8477 ), by text – Type “FCCS” plus tip to 847411, and by web – Click HERE. Download our Mobile tip411 App “Fairfax Co Crime Solvers“. Anonymous tipsters are eligible for cash rewards of $100 to $1000 dollars if their information leads to an arrest.

We also encourage everyone to make sure your personal items (purses and wallets) are placed in a secure location at your workplace, such as a locked drawer.

For ongoing updates, please read our blog and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @FairfaxCountyPD.

Recently, MPO Urps, APO Winsor and APO Mohamud visited stores in the West Springfield District and started posting “wo...
11/13/2019

Recently, MPO Urps, APO Winsor and APO Mohamud visited stores in the West Springfield District and started posting “wobbler displays” with participating stores to help prevent fraud cases which have been on the increase. In many cases, the criminal(s) claim to be with local, state, or federal agencies and are telling community members they would be arrested if they do not cooperate. The community members who are involved in these cases are frequently elderly and are coerced into going to a business to purchase gift cards. The victims are then instructed to provide the gift card information to the person on the phone; only later realize they were a victim of fraud and come to the police for help. Since the unsuspecting victim purchased the cards and provided the information there is little financial recourse and the victims can be severely impacted.

In an effort to prevent these fraud schemes, we produced a fraud prevention display/wobbler to make community members aware of these schemes and prevent potential victims from purchasing the gift cards based on these phone calls. ⚠️ This vinyl wobbler is designed to be attached to a shelf or display along with the gift cards so it can be easily seen by those that may be on the phone with the perpetrator.
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