Fairfax County Sheriff's cover photo
Fairfax County Sheriff's cover photo
On January 23, Newport News Police Officer Katherine “Katie” Thyne was killed in the line of duty. She leaves behind her mother and stepfather, three brothers, her two-year-old daughter and a loving partner. Our sincere condolences go to her family, friends and colleagues during this tragic time.
Are you majoring in criminal justice at a Virginia college or university? Are you a resident of Fairfax County, City of Fairfax, Town of Vienna, or Town of Herndon? Then you may be eligible to apply for a college scholarship from the Virginia Sheriffs’ Institute through our Sheriff’s Office. Learn more: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/sheriff/college-scholarship-criminal-justice-majors
Fairfax County, Virginia - Students at a Virginia college or university, majoring in criminal justice and from Fairfax County, City of Fairfax or towns of Herndon or Vienna may be eligible to apply for a scholarship from the Virginia Sheriffs' Institute.
On Saturday, 1/18, from 10 am-4 pm, our deputies will be making free child ID cards at NOVA/Annandale Community Cultural Center. We hope to see you at this New Year Festival! 8333 Little River Turnpike, Annandale, VA 22003
On Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, we sincerely thank all who have chosen to serve and protect our community through law enforcement. If you would like to join our team of Sheriff's deputies, we will be accepting applications starting January 11. Learn how to apply! www.fairfaxcounty.gov/sheriff/recruiting-deputy-sheriff
Watch out for scams! In the latest scam targeting Fairfax residents, the fraudulent caller claims he is a Sheriff's deputy named Lt. John Lewis. He says you missed a court date, and he needs you to "come down to the station" to see a subpoena, supposedly with your signature on it. The Sheriff's Office will never call you and make threats, claiming that you missed court or jury duty, failed to pay a utility bill or owe the IRS for unpaid taxes. HANG UP! Even if the caller leaves you a message, DO NOT CALL BACK. Do not meet them anywhere. Do not give them the whereabouts of anyone you know. Do not give out personal or financial information! Learn more about scams and how to avoid them: www.fairfaxcounty.gov/sheriff/watch-out-scams
On December 31, City of Fairfax Police Sergeant George Moskowitz suffered a medical emergency and passed away while on duty. Our deepest sympathy goes to his family, friends and colleagues on their loss.
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Santa's Ride - bringing holiday joy and heartfelt good wishes to children in local hospitals
Thank you for your generous toy donation! Fairfax County Police Motor Squad, with the support of Fairfax County and Falls Church Sheriff’s Offices, Town of Vienna and Fairfax City Police Departments, Virginia State Police and Metro Washington Airport Authority Police collected huge boxes of donated toys and new bicycles which have brightened this holiday for our families, patients and kids. We are always grateful by the goodwill of our community partners. You make a difference! #FCPD Fairfax County Police Department Fairfax County Sheriff City of Falls Church Government Town of Vienna Police City of Fairfax Police Department #VSP Virginia State Police #MWAAPD
The Sheriff's Office donated 30 quilts and tote bags to Artemis House, a domestic violence shelter. What is especially noteworthy about the items is the group who made them – inmates in the Alternative Incarceration Branch of our Adult Detention Center. Learn more about our cost-saving, skill-building, therapeutic sewing program: www.fairfaxcounty.gov/sheriff/incarcerated-women-give-back-through-sewing-program
Our fabulous deputies, the Singing Stars, performed the National Anthem at the Fairfax County Inauguration Ceremony where Sheriff Stacey Kincaid was sworn in for a new 4-year term. Congratulations all around!! #FFXInauguration
“Our fabulous deputies, the Singing Stars, perform the National Anthem at the Fairfax County inauguration ceremony. #FFXInauguration https://t.co/Z7sTXlRH8W”
Travel safely this holiday season! We’re doing free child safety seat inspections on Saturday, Dec. 14, 8-10:30 a.m., at the Fairfax County Courthouse public parking garage - 10550 Page Ave, Fairfax, VA. First come, first served. See you there!
Free Child ID cards! On Saturday, Dec. 14, 8 a.m.-noon, look for us at the Vienna Volunteer Fire Department's holiday safety event. We'll fingerprint, photograph and measure your child; add any demographic information you provide; and produce a plastic ID card for your safekeeping. To protect your privacy, we do not retain the information. 400 Center Street S., Vienna, VA 22180
We’re always happy to join Fairfax County Police for Santa’s Ride - collecting, sorting and delivering toys and good wishes to children in local hospitals. Today we followed Santa to schools where we thanked students for their generous donations.
"Thank you Fairfax County for hiring me," said Deputy Sheriff Roy Irvin after 60 years of service with the Sheriff's Office and Fairfax County Police Department. On the occasion of his retirement, we recognize him as the epitome of public service. Best wishes, Roy!
Through widespread collaboration and innovation, Fairfax County has changed the way the criminal justice and behavioral health systems interact. Our Sheriff’s Office is proud to be an integral part of #DiversionFirst.
Fairfax County has been named a Stepping Up Innovator County for its expertise in collecting baseline data on the number of people in its jail who have mental illnesses. This data is obtained as part of the county’s Diversion First program, an award-winning initiative that offers alternatives to i...
Free Child ID cards! On Saturday, Dec. 7, 9 am-3 pm, look for us at the South County High School (Lorton,VA) Holiday Extravaganza & Craft Show. We'll fingerprint, photograph and measure your child; add any demographic information you provide; and produce a plastic ID card for your safekeeping. To protect your privacy, we do not retain the information.
Sheriff Stacey Kincaid, our Honor Guard team and our Motor Unit took part in the fabulous Reston Holiday Parade. We hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and enjoy the rest of the holiday season. #StarWars 😀
Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at the Sheriff’s Office! This is the perfect time to tell our families, friends, coworkers and partners in the community how grateful we are for what you do and how much you mean to us. Warm wishes for a memorable and safe holiday.
A year ago, an inmate named Aaron was an original participant in our new Striving to Achieve Recovery (STAR) program. Over time, he proved to be a role model for other participants. Recently, the Sheriff’s Office gave Aaron a new opportunity on his path to recovery. By day, he works on the Community Labor Force. In the evenings, he holds Alcoholics and Narcotics Anonymous meetings for his fellow inmates. Sheriff Kincaid: “We are equipping inmates with resources and a positive, productive routine so they will have a better chance for success in their post-incarceration future.” Read more: www.fairfaxcounty.gov/sheriff/star-program-leads-new-opportunity-path-recovery.
Congratulations to Deputy Sheriff Sergeant Paul Church who completed the Marine Corps Marathon for the fourth time. He says the race is a testament to endurance, focus and an unwillingness to quit even when most of your body hurts.
Today we celebrate our veterans who fought for freedom and democracy around the world and remember those who sacrificed their lives to protect us. Deputy Sheriff Lieutenant Ledford served 14 years in the Marine Corps, earning the rank of gunnery sergeant, and another 11 years with the Army National Guard. Thank you for your service!
Today is the 244th birthday of the U.S. Marine Corps. Master Deputy Sheriff Felix Guevarez served eight years in the Marines prior to joining the Sheriff’s Office 15 years ago. Thank you for your service!
Giving back through the gift of art! Kelli, our Adult Detention Center volunteer art teacher and founder of Inspiration Matterz, partnered with us for “Paint with a Deputy” at Gum Springs Community Center’s after school program. 25 students in grades 1-5 learned step-by-step how to create masterpieces. Beautiful!
2nd Lt. Meeks visited the Second Story Safe Youth after-school program to teach young men about tie tying, manners and how to be a gentleman. The Sheriff’s Office partners with nonprofits in our community to help children flourish and reach their potential.
The Chris Atwood Foundation recognized Sheriff Stacey Kincaid as a Family Hero for our jail-based Striving to Achieve Recovery (STAR) program and including families as part of the recovery process. Read more: www.fairfaxcounty.gov/sheriff/sheriff-stacey-kincaid-recognized-family-hero
Sheriff Stacey Kincaid, the FIRST female sheriff in the history of Fairfax County, greeted the Washington Nationals, World Series Champions for the FIRST time in franchise history.
Looking for a challenge? Do you want to make a difference in our community? Join our team as a Deputy Sheriff! No law enforcement experience required. www.fairfaxcounty.gov/sheriff/recruiting-deputy-sheriff
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Fairfax County Sheriff Stacey Kincaid (D) on Oct. 11 outlined for the Vienna Business Association a slew of programs offered by her office that let people learn new skills, break free from drug or alcohol addiction and re-enter society with prospects that aren’t entirely bleak. Fairfax County Sheriff
On Sunday, Oct 27, from 11:30 am-2 pm, we'll be creating FREE child ID cards during the pre-Halloween Trunk or Treat event at Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church, 2001 Sherwood Hall Lane, Alexandria. All are welcome. We hope to see you there! www.fairfaxcounty.gov/sheriff/community-free-child-id-card-events
Sheriff Stacey Kincaid was the “mystery reader” for a first grade class at Newington Forest Elementary. She read “When I Grow Up” by Mercer Mayer. Then she swore them in as junior deputies! Fairfax County Public Schools
We have TWO free Child ID events on Saturday, Oct. 19. Please bring your children to meet us at Springfield Towne Center's Fall Festival, 11 am-3 pm, OR the Centreville Day Safety Expo, 10 am-5 pm, at Historic District Centreville Park, 5417 Mt. Gilead Road. We fingerprint (no ink!), photograph and measure a child; add any demographic info you provide; and produce a plastic ID card for your safekeeping.
Meet our Sheriff.
For the month of October, we are pleased to introduce to you Fairfax County Sheriff Stacey Kincaid, the very first …
We are so proud of our extraordinary, award-winning Honor Guard and thrilled that the #WashingtonNationals are headed to the World Series.
If you've been following the Nats you may have spotted some familiar faces in the crowd, as the Fairfax County Sheriff's Office Honor Guard presented the colors — displaying and escorting the national flag — at several Nationals games this season.
Happy 244th birthday to the U.S. Navy! Many of our Sheriff’s deputies balance a life of service. 2nd Lt. Redfern not only serves with #FairfaxSheriff, he is also a Senior Chief Petty Officer in the Navy Reserves. Thank you to our veterans and active service members.
The Washington Nationals are headed to the National League Championship Series! Today our Honor Guard visited the Udvar-Hazy Center at Dulles and showed their support for the team to the moon and back! #StayInTheFight
For tonight’s NLDS game 4, Washington Capitals winger Alex Ovechkin will throw the ceremonial first pitch, and our award winning Honor Guard will present the nation’s colors. We are so proud!
Our award winning Honor Guard has been asked to present colors at Game 4 of the MLB National League Division Series on Monday!
Madelyn Guida and Carter Knapp are students at George Mason University who completed their Sheriff’s Office internships this week. Madelyn enjoyed shadowing in the Adult Detention Center’s behavioral health unit and says she now has a better understanding of how the jail and court systems work. Carter also enjoyed his experience with us, especially time spent with civil enforcement deputies as they engaged with the community. Did you know we are recruiting for the position of Deputy Sheriff? Apply now! www.fairfaxcounty.gov/sheriff/recruiting-deputy-sheriff
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Thank you to everyone who joined us yesterday for Coffee with a Cop! We made great connections and had meaningful and productive conversations. And additional thank you to Fairfax County Sheriff for joining us as well! 💙⭐️☕️
Welcome to our two new Reserve Deputy Sheriffs, Michael Bunker and Jeffrey Wooden, sworn in today by Clerk of Circuit Court John T. Frey. They are looking forward to volunteering with us in support of Sheriff’s Office operations.
Check out all the events we will be attending next weekend, Oct 5-6, with our Child ID teams. We create a plastic card the size of a driver's license with your child's photo, thumbprints, height and weight. The card could be the key to assisting law enforcement should your child ever go missing.
Fairfax County, Virginia - Fairfax County Sheriff's deputies will fingerprint and photograph your children at specially scheduled events.
Thinking of volunteering? Not sure where? Don't miss this rare opportunity to meet over 90 Northern Virginia organizations - including the Sheriff's Office! - who need volunteers. Venture into Volunteering Fair: Wednesday, Oct. 2, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Dulles Expo Center in Chantilly. Please consider bringing non-perishable goods to donate to Food for Others. Thanks!
Congratulations to the graduates of Session 74 of the Fairfax County Criminal Justice Academy. We welcome to the Sheriff’s Office 14 newly sworn Sheriff’s deputies. You, too, can join our team! Apply now: www.fairfaxcounty.gov/sheriff/recruiting-deputy-sheriff
Thank you to our community partners for supporting the Sheriff's Office Gentleman's Social, which benefited boys aged 5-12 from local homeless shelters. Together, we are making a difference. Target, Congressional Federal, Little River United Church of Christ, MISSION BBQ, F3 Tactical, Inc., American Freedom Fund, FireEye, Inc., Rubia Group LLC, Making Everything Good and Vienna, VA Woman's Club.
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