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What a great Faith and Blue Weekend! We enjoyed seeing familiar faces as well as meeting so many new community members. ...
10/11/2021

What a great Faith and Blue Weekend! We enjoyed seeing familiar faces as well as meeting so many new community members. We are grateful for the continued support of our faith-based community and residents of Fairfax County!

Cotton candy, music, police cars, fire trucks, a moon bounce and more! We had a great time at the Communities of Trust S...
10/11/2021

Cotton candy, music, police cars, fire trucks, a moon bounce and more! We had a great time at the Communities of Trust Springs Community Public Safety Day in Reston. Thanks to everyone who came by!

#DVAM: While every relationship is different, the commonality within all abusive relationships is the varying ways abuse...
10/10/2021

#DVAM: While every relationship is different, the commonality within all abusive relationships is the varying ways abusers gain power and control over the survivor or victim. Physical or sexual assaults, or threats to commit them, are the most obvious actions that make others aware of what may be going on behind closed doors. Domestic violence can come in many other forms, such as financial and emotional abuse. No one deserves to experience abuse of any kind. Domestic violence can impact anyone, at any time, and in any relationship. If you are worried about your safety or the safety of someone you care about, reach out to the Fairfax County Domestic and Sexual Violence Services 24-Hour Hotline 703-360-7273. https://bit.ly/3dtJlz9

Domestic violence is a community issue. Let’s work together to help reduce domestic violence by maintaining healthy and respectful relationships, educating others about the dangers of domestic violence and by calling for help if you suspect someone is being abused.

Show your support for survivors and victims of domestic violence by joining us in a National Day of Action on October 21 for #PurpleOut by wearing purple, posting a selfie and showing your commitment to promoting healthy relationships.

#DVAM: While every relationship is different, the commonality within all abusive relationships is the varying ways abusers gain power and control over the survivor or victim. Physical or sexual assaults, or threats to commit them, are the most obvious actions that make others aware of what may be going on behind closed doors. Domestic violence can come in many other forms, such as financial and emotional abuse. No one deserves to experience abuse of any kind. Domestic violence can impact anyone, at any time, and in any relationship. If you are worried about your safety or the safety of someone you care about, reach out to the Fairfax County Domestic and Sexual Violence Services 24-Hour Hotline 703-360-7273. https://bit.ly/3dtJlz9

Domestic violence is a community issue. Let’s work together to help reduce domestic violence by maintaining healthy and respectful relationships, educating others about the dangers of domestic violence and by calling for help if you suspect someone is being abused.

Show your support for survivors and victims of domestic violence by joining us in a National Day of Action on October 21 for #PurpleOut by wearing purple, posting a selfie and showing your commitment to promoting healthy relationships.

Save the Date! Saturday, October 23 is National Drug Take Back Day! Safely dispose of your unused or expired medications...
10/10/2021

Save the Date! Saturday, October 23 is National Drug Take Back Day! Safely dispose of your unused or expired medications at any of the locations below between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Fair Oaks District Station – 12300 Lee Jackson Memorial Highway, Fairfax
Franconia District Station – 6121 Franconia Road, Alexandria
Mason District Station – 6507 Columbia Pike, Annandale
McLean District Station – 1437 Balls Hill Road, McLean
Mount Vernon District Station – 2511 Parkers Lane, Alexandria
Reston Hospital Center – 1850 Town Center Parkway, Reston (Rear entrance of pavilion 1)
Sully District Station – 4900 Stonecroft Boulevard, Chantilly
West Springfield District Station – 6140 Rolling Road, Springfield

This initiative, led by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), educates our community about the potential for abuse of prescription medications while providing a safe, convenient, and responsible means for disposing of unused and expired medication.

For more information about the Drug Take Back Initiative, visit https://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/drug_disposal/takeback/
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Save the Date! Saturday, October 23 is National Drug Take Back Day! Safely dispose of your unused or expired medications at any of the locations below between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Fair Oaks District Station – 12300 Lee Jackson Memorial Highway, Fairfax
Franconia District Station – 6121 Franconia Road, Alexandria
Mason District Station – 6507 Columbia Pike, Annandale
McLean District Station – 1437 Balls Hill Road, McLean
Mount Vernon District Station – 2511 Parkers Lane, Alexandria
Reston Hospital Center – 1850 Town Center Parkway, Reston (Rear entrance of pavilion 1)
Sully District Station – 4900 Stonecroft Boulevard, Chantilly
West Springfield District Station – 6140 Rolling Road, Springfield

This initiative, led by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), educates our community about the potential for abuse of prescription medications while providing a safe, convenient, and responsible means for disposing of unused and expired medication.

For more information about the Drug Take Back Initiative, visit https://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/drug_disposal/takeback/
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It’s almost the weekend! Patrol K9 Sligo is ready to play ball and hang out with his four-legged sister. Whatever your p...
10/08/2021

It’s almost the weekend! Patrol K9 Sligo is ready to play ball and hang out with his four-legged sister. Whatever your plans are, be safe and have a pawsitively good time!

It’s almost the weekend! Patrol K9 Sligo is ready to play ball and hang out with his four-legged sister. Whatever your plans are, be safe and have a pawsitively good time!

Noemi Romero is a Victim Services Specialist for the Fairfax County Police Department and currently assigned to work out...
10/08/2021

Noemi Romero is a Victim Services Specialist for the Fairfax County Police Department and currently assigned to work out of our Public Safety Headquarters. Noemi has worked as a Victim Services Specialist since October 2013. On February 2017, she was promoted to be the first Spanish Speaking Victim Services Specialist and her current role entails working with our Major Crimes Bureau with victims who are Spanish speaking. Listen to her podcast and read below to find out more about Noemi and how she contributes to FCPD and our community.

https://bit.ly/3A0TQVb

Noemi’s parents immigrated to the United States from Peru in 1990. They left behind their country, their language, their culture, careers, friends, and family, all to give Noemi a better future. They worked long hours, many times having to work double shifts. Growing up, Noemi’s parents made sure she spoke Spanish at home and English at school. Noemi’s parents depended a lot on her to help them with translating their needs and wants to English Speakers. “It was always a good feeling to know that I was able to help them.”

Education was always a priority in Noemi’s family, so after graduating high school, Noemi went to Marymount University where she received my bachelor’s in Criminal Justice and Social Behavioral Science. She then received her master’s from the University of Maryland. Walking across the stage to receive her master’s diploma and having her parents and her daughter cheer for her was one of the happiest moments in Noemi’s life. Noemi knew in that moment, that her parent’s hard work and sacrifice was all worth it, she knew she was making them proud, and most of all she knew that her daughter now had someone to look up to.

Noemi’s father was a detective in Peru. He was a part of the Policia de Investigations del Peru (PIP). She grew up hearing his stories about how the community trusted him and all the advocating he had to do just to get justice served. At a young age, she knew she wanted to be a part of law enforcement and help the Hispanic community. Since working out of the Fairfax County Mason District Police Station from 2013-2017, she has been honored to be able use her skills, to be someone they can trust, to be the bridge between them and their detective or commonwealth attorney, and to have the opportunity to validate their feelings and reassure their fears. Working for the Fairfax County Police Department as one of their Spanish speaking Victim Services Specialist and having the opportunity to help my community is a true privilege.

Noemi Romero is a Victim Services Specialist for the Fairfax County Police Department and currently assigned to work out of our Public Safety Headquarters. Noemi has worked as a Victim Services Specialist since October 2013. On February 2017, she was promoted to be the first Spanish Speaking Victim Services Specialist and her current role entails working with our Major Crimes Bureau with victims who are Spanish speaking. Listen to her podcast and read below to find out more about Noemi and how she contributes to FCPD and our community.

https://bit.ly/3A0TQVb

Noemi’s parents immigrated to the United States from Peru in 1990. They left behind their country, their language, their culture, careers, friends, and family, all to give Noemi a better future. They worked long hours, many times having to work double shifts. Growing up, Noemi’s parents made sure she spoke Spanish at home and English at school. Noemi’s parents depended a lot on her to help them with translating their needs and wants to English Speakers. “It was always a good feeling to know that I was able to help them.”

Education was always a priority in Noemi’s family, so after graduating high school, Noemi went to Marymount University where she received my bachelor’s in Criminal Justice and Social Behavioral Science. She then received her master’s from the University of Maryland. Walking across the stage to receive her master’s diploma and having her parents and her daughter cheer for her was one of the happiest moments in Noemi’s life. Noemi knew in that moment, that her parent’s hard work and sacrifice was all worth it, she knew she was making them proud, and most of all she knew that her daughter now had someone to look up to.

Noemi’s father was a detective in Peru. He was a part of the Policia de Investigations del Peru (PIP). She grew up hearing his stories about how the community trusted him and all the advocating he had to do just to get justice served. At a young age, she knew she wanted to be a part of law enforcement and help the Hispanic community. Since working out of the Fairfax County Mason District Police Station from 2013-2017, she has been honored to be able use her skills, to be someone they can trust, to be the bridge between them and their detective or commonwealth attorney, and to have the opportunity to validate their feelings and reassure their fears. Working for the Fairfax County Police Department as one of their Spanish speaking Victim Services Specialist and having the opportunity to help my community is a true privilege.

Planning on going to the Manassas Latino Festival on Saturday, October 9 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Harris Pavilion i...
10/07/2021

Planning on going to the Manassas Latino Festival on Saturday, October 9 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Harris Pavilion in Old Town Manassas? Stop by and talk to our recruiters to learn about all the incredible career opportunities we have to offer!

For a list of performances and vendors, visit https://bit.ly/3izgYEq. Can't make it? Find our recruiters at www.JoinFCPD.org. Follow us on social media for future recruiting events around Fairfax County!

Planning on going to the Manassas Latino Festival on Saturday, October 9 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Harris Pavilion in Old Town Manassas? Stop by and talk to our recruiters to learn about all the incredible career opportunities we have to offer!

For a list of performances and vendors, visit https://bit.ly/3izgYEq. Can't make it? Find our recruiters at www.JoinFCPD.org. Follow us on social media for future recruiting events around Fairfax County!

While we know no one really enjoys getting a citation, we are honored and grateful to have received this one! Thank you ...
10/07/2021

While we know no one really enjoys getting a citation, we are honored and grateful to have received this one! Thank you to the community member who left this note on the cruiser of a Sully District Station officer. We appreciate your kind words and support!

As we honor October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Fairfax County Police Department in partnership with the F...
10/07/2021

As we honor October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Fairfax County Police Department in partnership with the Fairfax County Sheriff, the Fairfax County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court and other community partners have joined more than 5 dozen jurisdictions in Virginia in offering the Hope card to victims of domestic violence who have obtained longer term protective orders. Domestic Violence is a community problem and it requires a community solution. Hope Cards are now one more resource victims of domestic violence have to protect themselves and their loved ones.

To learn more about the Hope Card, visit https://bit.ly/3lbqZcH

As we honor October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Fairfax County Police Department in partnership with the Fairfax County Sheriff, the Fairfax County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court and other community partners have joined more than 5 dozen jurisdictions in Virginia in offering the Hope card to victims of domestic violence who have obtained longer term protective orders. Domestic Violence is a community problem and it requires a community solution. Hope Cards are now one more resource victims of domestic violence have to protect themselves and their loved ones.

To learn more about the Hope Card, visit https://bit.ly/3lbqZcH

Join us for the 2nd Annual Faith & Blue Weekend October 8-11th. This weekend is based on the premise that law enforcemen...
10/06/2021

Join us for the 2nd Annual Faith & Blue Weekend October 8-11th. This weekend is based on the premise that law enforcement and houses of worship are pillars in our community and when we all work together, our County thrives.

Please consider joining us at one of the below listed events this weekend:

Friday, October 8:
• Morning Coffee with Faith Leaders: McLean Police District Station, 1437 Balls Hill Road in McLean, at 8:30 a.m.
• Faith & Blue Morning Coffee: Sully District Police Station, 4900 Stonecroft Blvd, Chantilly at 8:30 a.m.
• Coffee with a Cop: Mason District Station, 6507 Columbia Pke, Annandale at 9 a.m.

Saturday, October 9:
• West Springfield Police Station & Faith Community Open House: St. Bernadette Catholic Church, 7600 Old Keene Mill Rd, Springfield at 9 a.m.
• Hot Dogs & Heroes: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 6219 Villa Street, Alexandria from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Monday, October 11:
• Virtual Meeting with Reston District Commanders and Faith Community: R.S.V.P. to [email protected].

Join us for the 2nd Annual Faith & Blue Weekend October 8-11th. This weekend is based on the premise that law enforcement and houses of worship are pillars in our community and when we all work together, our County thrives.

Please consider joining us at one of the below listed events this weekend:

Friday, October 8:
• Morning Coffee with Faith Leaders: McLean Police District Station, 1437 Balls Hill Road in McLean, at 8:30 a.m.
• Faith & Blue Morning Coffee: Sully District Police Station, 4900 Stonecroft Blvd, Chantilly at 8:30 a.m.
• Coffee with a Cop: Mason District Station, 6507 Columbia Pke, Annandale at 9 a.m.

Saturday, October 9:
• West Springfield Police Station & Faith Community Open House: St. Bernadette Catholic Church, 7600 Old Keene Mill Rd, Springfield at 9 a.m.
• Hot Dogs & Heroes: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 6219 Villa Street, Alexandria from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Monday, October 11:
• Virtual Meeting with Reston District Commanders and Faith Community: R.S.V.P. to [email protected].

Our officers and numerous public safety partners had the honor and privilege to greet Honor Flight Chicago Operation Her...
10/06/2021

Our officers and numerous public safety partners had the honor and privilege to greet Honor Flight Chicago Operation HerStory at Dulles International Airport this morning. This special flight brought 114 women who served in the Vietnam War, Korean War and WWII to the D.C. area for the day. We are beyond grateful for your service to our Country!

Our officers and numerous public safety partners had the honor and privilege to greet Honor Flight Chicago Operation HerStory at Dulles International Airport this morning. This special flight brought 114 women who served in the Vietnam War, Korean War and WWII to the D.C. area for the day. We are beyond grateful for your service to our Country!

Yesterday afternoon a community member stopped to help a woman who had a flat tire on Burke Lake Road. As they called ro...
10/06/2021

Yesterday afternoon a community member stopped to help a woman who had a flat tire on Burke Lake Road. As they called roadside assistance, our officers pulled up and happily changed her tire. We are grateful to serve a community so willing to help others!

Yesterday afternoon a community member stopped to help a woman who had a flat tire on Burke Lake Road. As they called roadside assistance, our officers pulled up and happily changed her tire. We are grateful to serve a community so willing to help others!

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