The mission of the Fairfax County Police Association is one of a benevolent organization. It is one of the largest employee groups within FCPD.
As we celebrate NATIONAL POLICE WEEK 2019, please take time to remember our very own FCPD Heroes and their Families.
The Annual FCPD Fallen Officers Memorial ceremony will be held Friday, May 10th at noon in front of the Public Safety Headquarters.
All are invited to attend.
THANK YOU to all the Volunteers who help maintain this beautiful memorial as well as this very special tradition.
Weekend Closure of Route 50 East in Fairfax April 26-28 - Newsroom | Virginia Department of Transportation
FAIR OAKS – All lanes of eastbound Route 50 (Lee-Jackson Memorial Highway) adjacent to Fair Oaks Mall will be closed from 7 p.m.
Well Done Team Fairfax...
Your work is 1st class!
📞 1.2 million calls for service.
📱 977 text-to-911 messages.
👨🏽💻 208 employees working day and night.
… and that’s just for 2018 alone!
We can’t begin to wrap our heads around the impact of our Department of Public Safety Communications (DPSC) and the Public Safety Communicators that answer every 911 call and message that comes through. Each call-taker goes through a 10-week academy training, a two-week mandatory state certification class, and 10 weeks of on-the-job training for a total of 22 weeks in order to become a call-taker with 911.
It’s not an easy job, but we’re grateful to have incredible people who are doing it. This National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, we thank each and every person who serves our DPSC!
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The FCPA was proud to roll out the red carpet tonight for the 2019 POLICE UNITY TOUR CHAPTER IV Casino Night.....
It was great meeting everyone and we wish all of our riders the best this year as they represent agencies from across Northern Virginia.
THANK YOU to all the volunteers, supporters, friends and family who came out for this Fundraiser....
We look forward to hosting next years event....
Congratulations to our very own 2nd Lt. Mark Kidd and his Family on his recent retirement.
The Fairfax County Police Association is grateful for your years of dedicated service to our Members and their Families.
Thank You Mark....best of luck in you new career.
Today we share our condolences with the Virginia State Police as well as the family and friends of Trooper Lucas Dowell.
Big THANK YOU...to all of our Public Safety employees who are dealing with the weather.
Have a safe shift and stay warm!
The FCPA would like to wish everyone the best in 2019.
We look forward to serving our Members as well as their Families with the best service possible in the new year.
“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.” -Albert Einstein
It was great to see all of our Friends & FCPA Family at the 2018 Children's Christmas Party.
THANK YOU to all of our staff and volunteers who make this tradition happen each and every year.
Happy Holidays from your FCPA Board of Directors.
We stand beside the Winchester Police Department during this difficult time.
Officer Hunter Edwards was killed in the line of duty in a single vehicle crash last night. Rest in peace, Hunter. We will miss you.💙 http://winchesterpolice.org/officer-killed-on-duty-in-motor-vehicle-crash
Happy Thanksgiving to all of our public safety friends and family.
We appreciate your hard work and dedication.
Just a quick reminder that our Friends at Mission BBQ will be celebrating Veterans Day this Sunday, 11/11/2018 with free sandwiches and cake for all veterans and active duty military all day long.
The Fairfax County Police Association is fortunate to be comprised of Veterans from every branch of the U.S. Armed Services.
Please take a moment to thank a Veteran in your life for their service.
This wonderful Country is a reflection of your service and sacrifice.
We wish everyone a Safe and Happy Veterans Day Weekend.
Our thoughts go out to all those involved in this tragic incident in California.
Sgt. Ron Helus from the Ventura County Sheriff's Office was among the 12 people killed when a gunman opened fire inside Borderline Bar & Grill in Ventura California.
Our thoughts go out to the family and friends of Officer Antwan Toney and the men and woman of the Gwinnett County Police.
Taking a moment to thank all those First Responders & Dispatchers out there battling the Hurricane related weather.
Link to the paver application for members and retirees
The engraved pavers have arrived and will be set on Monday. Orders for the second phase of engraved pavers has now started. Paver application are available at the Association Hall or from the Association website.
Engraved paver orders are not open to the public. You must be a current or retired member of the Fairfax County Police or family.
Saying hello to Session 71 today.
Best of luck to you in the home stretch of your training.
We look forward to your graduation.
We are proud to serve next all of our FCPD Veterans, both Active Duty and Retired.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE.
As we head into National Police Week. Please take a moment to reflect on those FCPD officer's who have gone before us.
In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation which designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week. Currently, tens of thousands of law enforcement officers from around the world converge on Washington, DC to participate in a number of planned events which honor those that have paid the ultimate sacrifice.
The Memorial Service began in 1982 as a gathering in Senate Park of approximately 120 survivors and supporters of law enforcement. Decades later, the event, more commonly known as National Police Week, has grown to a series of events which attracts thousands of survivors and law enforcement officers to our Nation's Capital each year.
The National Peace Officers Memorial Service, which is sponsored by the Grand Lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police, is one in a series of events which includes the Candlelight Vigil, which is sponsored by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) and seminars sponsored by Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.)
National Police Week draws in between 25,000 to 40,000 attendees. The attendees come from departments throughout the United States as well as from agencies throughout the world.
Happy Mother's Day...
We hope you are having a great weekend.
Today we remember the tragic events which took place at our Sully District Station in 2006.
We honor Det. Vicky Armel and MPO Garbarino for their ultimate sacrifice on that tragic day.
Spring is here and we have been doing some cleaning.
We have a few more projects planned to update the hall to include a new patio, landscaping, updating the bathrooms and some improvements to the gym.
The FCPA Hall has been maintained by several generations and it is with great pride we continue this tradition.
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The National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, 6th Annual 5K Walk and Crime Victim Tribute is scheduled for this Sunday, April 8, 2018.
This event is FREE and open to all.
Please come out and support this great community event.
Please come out and support the FCPD POLICE UNITY TOUR FUNDRAISER at Forge Brew Works this weekend.
Proceeds from this event will go to support the 2018 Police Unity Tour which will take place in May 2018 during National Police Week.
THANK YOU Forge Brew Works for your community support.
For additional details, please see the attached flier.
THANK YOU to all the men and woman who are out there working in this snow.
We also can't forget about our Dispatchers who keep the calls running smoothly.
These kind of days remind you what Teamwork can accomplish.
Be safe & stay warm...
Mark your calendars for this great community event brought to you by the FCPD Victim Services Section.
Please pass along to friends and family.
MOD Pizza (Greenbriar Shopping Center) is hosting a fundraiser for Ofc. Block who was injured during the recent storms.
Corporal Colson and PGCPD you are in our thoughts today.
Let us pause to remember our fallen hero, Corporal Jacai Colson, lost this day in 2016 while responding to the attack on our District III station in Palmer Park.
Corporal Colson was born on March 17, 1987, in Philadelphia. He excelled in school, both academically and as a student athlete. He enjoyed baseball, basketball and football. Following high school, Corporal Colson attended Randolph Macon College in Virginia. He graduated in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Economics. During his college career, Corporal Colson continued to develop the strong work ethic, leadership ability, and commitment to community that had been instilled in him from a young age.
These traits led Corporal Colson to join the Prince George's County Police Department on October 23, 2012, following in the footsteps of his grandfather. Following his academy graduation, he was assigned to the District IV station where his tireless efforts soon earned him a transfer to the Narcotics Enforcement Division. In his new assignment, Corporal Colson was assigned to the V-500 Squad, thus beginning his career as an undercover narcotics investigator.
At approximately 4:30 pm, on March 13, 2016, an armed suspect opened fire on the District III station in an unprovoked, ambush attack. Corporal Colson, who was off-duty but happened to be in the area, immediately responded to assist. Upon arriving on scene, he, along with several other officers, engaged the suspect to stop the attack. During the exchange of gunfire, a fellow officer mistook Corporal Colson, who was in plainclothes and had arrived in an undercover vehicle, as one of the attackers. That officer deployed lethal force, striking Corporal Colson once. The Corporal was rushed by fellow officers to Prince George's Hospital Center where he succumbed to his injuries a short time later.
Corporal Colson served the Prince George's County Police Department for four years and was the 29th member of this agency to make the ultimate sacrifice. He was the 54th law enforcement officer to give his life in service to this profession within Prince George's County.
At the time of his death, Corporal Jacai D. Colson was 28 years old and survived by his parents and brother.
Our Friends at the Chantilly Mission BBQ wanted you to know about their current Hometown Hereos cup campaign which runs through March 31st.
Through these cups, MISSION BBQ sponsors the following charities which support our local public safety communities:
The Hercules Foundation
Providing scholarships and aid to law enforcement families and others in our community in memory of Sgt. Ryan Lindenbaum
Dedicated to aid the families of law enforcement officers and firefighters who have died in the line of duty in the DC Metro area
The Blue Hometown Heroes cups are available for $2 each. The entire $2 goes to support the charities.
Every time a customer brings the cup back, they get a $1 off their combo meal.
THANK YOU...CHANTILLY MISSION BBQ...for your continued support in our community.
Please share with family and friends.
THANK YOU to all of our public safety workers who have banned together to fight this wind storm and keep our community safe.
We would like to Congratulate Session #70 of the Fairfax County Criminal Justice Academy on their recent graduation.
We salute you and your families on a job well done.
Please know that it is our mission to serve the needs of you and your families.
Well done DPSC...
Great information from the Fairfax County Emergency Information blog.
Sooner or later it will probably happen to you. An emergency strikes and you need an ambulance, fire equipment or police — now.
Don’t waste precious seconds trying to call your local fire or police station. Just dial 9-1-1, by voice or TTY (or text 9-1-1). The 9-1-1 dispatchers have the training to gather the proper information and dispatch all necessary resources for the situation. And although you may be tempted to call friends and family, if you are experiencing an emergency, it’s important to call 9-1-1 first.
Department of Public Safety Communications (DPSC) receives approximately 1 million calls per year requesting public safety service and dispatches units of the Fairfax County Police Department, Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department and Fairfax County Sheriff's Office. In addition to Fairfax County, DPSC is the designated 9-1-1 public safety answering point for the towns of Herndon and Vienna and the City of Fairfax located in the county.
Fairfax County 9-1-1 is an accredited 9-1-1 center for emergency medical dispatch with the Virginia Office of Emergency Medical Services.
Well done Mission BBQ...
THANK YOUR HOMETOWN HEROES ONE CUP AT A TIME
When you buy a Hometown Heroes Cup, $2 of every purchase goes to vital charities supporting local Police Fire and EMS professionals. Just ask at the register how to say “Thanks” to Hometown Heroes.
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Merry Chistmas Everyone...
We hope you have a safe and happy holiday season.
THANK YOU to all of our great First Responders, Dispatchers, Civilian Personnel, and Volunteers for keeping our community safe during this busy holiday season.
Today we were honored to host the Santa's Ride 2017 luncheon.
It was great to see everyone....
Great job by all the volunteers who make this event happen.
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Thank you to all of our Members and their Families for attending todays Annual FCPA Children's Christmas Party...
We enjoyed seeing everyone.
As always, a BIG THANK YOU to all of our staff and volunteers for making this event possible.
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The mission of the Fairfax County Police Association is one of a benevolent organization. As one of the largest employee groups, the Association is devoted to working closely with all public safety employee organizations in order to reach common goals and objectives for the men and women of the Fairfax County Police Department. Unity is at the heart of the Association, as the Board strives to promote an environment that is rich in police culture, which will in turn foster morale within the organization. Our unity will allow the Association to respond effectively to the needs of our members and their families during times of crisis. This shall be, and will remain, our number one priority as brothers and sisters in law enforcement. The Association's culture is observed through our actions; in the way we gather to celebrate and support our brethren through events like the Dinner Dance, Golf Tournaments, Shrimp and Crab Feast, and Children's Christmas Party — to name just a few. In the interest of public stewardship, the Association also demonstrates a substantial commitment to promoting goodwill through community involvement and education. This can be seen in our partnerships with individual citizens, public agencies, non-profit organizations, and businesses to improve the quality of life in Fairfax County.
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