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The Fort Belvoir Police Department would like to invite everyone to attend our Community relations meetings. During thes...
06/15/2021

The Fort Belvoir Police Department would like to invite everyone to attend our Community relations meetings. During these events you can address any community related issues and/or concerns. And have the opportunity to meet our new Community Relations Officer.

The Fort Belvoir Police Department would like to invite everyone to attend our Community relations meetings. During these events you can address any community related issues and/or concerns. And have the opportunity to meet our new Community Relations Officer.

Good afternoon everyone. Please help us congratulate our newly promoted officers. These promotions are very well deserve...
06/11/2021

Good afternoon everyone. Please help us congratulate our newly promoted officers. These promotions are very well deserved and will make the department even better.

Lieutenant Metcalf
Lieutenant Bush
Captain Dalton
Captain Dillion

Take a bow gentleman. You’ve earned it!

It’s that time of the year again when fawns are starting to be born be mindful when you see one.
05/28/2021

It’s that time of the year again when fawns are starting to be born be mindful when you see one.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION from Fort Belvoir Environmental Division!

If you find a FAWN, LEAVE it ALONE!

The Fort Belvoir Environmental Division wants to remind everyone that it is the time of year when white-tailed deer begin giving birth to fawns. Although our first instinct is to help out a fawn we find, the best way to help is to simply leave it alone.

Fawns will typically appear “orphaned” but in most cases the mother (doe) is nearby and possibly within view. Females will leave the fawns alone so as not to bring attention to the fawns. Fawns will typically stay motionless and not run away when approached. The mother will return several times a day to feed the fawn and then leave it alone.

If you spot a fawn and are concerned, call the Fort Belvoir Conservation Branch at 703-805-3969 or the Fort Belvoir Police at 703-806-4277.

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This is the part of Protecting & Serving that makes it all worthwhile. A child in one of our housing areas gave this not...
05/23/2021

This is the part of Protecting & Serving that makes it all worthwhile. A child in one of our housing areas gave this note to one of our officers today. It truly makes us feel good knowing that we have made a positive impact on someone. Great job PFC Acorn on setting the standard for others to emulate.

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Community Policing at it’s best! Members of the Fort Belvoir Patrol Division spent some time in the community today supp...
05/22/2021

Community Policing at it’s best! Members of the Fort Belvoir Patrol Division spent some time in the community today supporting our future leaders lemonade stand. Nothing like a cold cup of lemonade to quench your thirst. Thank you CPT Navarro, LT Winston, SPC Acorn, and SPC Fuller for supporting the youth in our communities.

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Community Policing at it’s best! Members of the Fort Belvoir Patrol Division spent some time in the community today supporting our future leaders lemonade stand. Nothing like a cold cup of lemonade to quench your thirst. Thank you CPT Navarro, LT Winston, SPC Acorn, and SPC Fuller for supporting the youth in our communities.

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*A MESSAGE FROM THE CHIEF*Today was a major step in the right direction in changing the culture here at the Fort Belvoir...
05/04/2021

*A MESSAGE FROM THE CHIEF*

Today was a major step in the right direction in changing the culture here at the Fort Belvoir Police Department. I took over as the new Chief of Police back in September 2020 and my top priority was to boost the morale of my officers and support staff, change the leadership structure, and create an environment where everyone strived to be a part of. To date, I am very pleased with the progress that has been made during the past 7 months that I have been in charge. A new Quarterly Awards Program has been implemented and I got the HONOR to promote some very deserving officers today. I also created an Oath of Office that each officer had to recite and sign.....pledging their allegiance to the pinned badge on their chest and to the community that they serve. I will hold each officer to this oath, ensuring that they are doing things by the book and providing outstanding service to the Fort Belvoir Community. As we continue to press forward, I am going to continue to seek new ways to improve this department, build stronger relationships with the community, and LEAD FROM THE FRONT. Ladies and Gentlemen, please help me congratulate our FY21 First Quarter Award Winners and our new Department LEADERS. It is an absolute pleasure to be your Chief………….Chief Jackson!

A SPECIAL RECONGNITIOIN GOES OUT TO THE LEADERSHIP OF THE 212th Military Police Detachment WE WOULD NOT BE SUCCESSFUL WITH ALL OF YOU!

CPT RADFORD
SFC ODDO
SFC VAUGHN

Quarterly Awardee’s
Administrator of the Quarter: Ms. Cathie Bowman
Police Officer of the Quarter: SGT Nelson Navarro
Military Police Officer of the Quarter: PFC Jorge Guzman
Investigator of the Quarter: SPC(P) Joshua Queen
Supervisor of the Quarter: LT Joey Wallace

Staff Promotions:
Captain Ronald Horne promoted to Commander / Assistant Chief of Police
Captain Steven Kinchen promoted to Commander / Assistant Chief of Police
Lieutenant Robert Alderman promoted to Major / Training & Property Book Officer
Lieutenant Tory Spade promoted to Captain / Administrative Officer in Charge
Lieutenant Joey Wallace promoted to Captain / Community Relations Officer
Sergeant Brian Thomas promoted to Captain / Desk Operations Officer in Charge

Patrol Division:
Lieutenant Dewitt Parker promoted to Captain / Watch Commander
Sergeant Michael Massey promoted to Captain / Watch Commander
Sergeant Nelson Navarro promoted to Captain / Watch Commander
Sergeant Blas Robert promoted to Captain / Watch Commander

Officer David Gorney promoted to Lieutenant / Patrol Supervisor
Officer Seth Brown promoted to Lieutenant / Patrol Supervisor
Officer Jermaine Winston promoted to Lieutenant / Patrol Supervisor

Traffic Division
SGT Christopher Ferris promoted to Lieutenant / Traffic Investigator

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Our deepest condolences are with the U.S. Capitol Police, family, colleagues and friends as we mourn the loss of their o...
04/03/2021

Our deepest condolences are with the U.S. Capitol Police, family, colleagues and friends as we mourn the loss of their officer who died in the line of duty today.

Our deepest condolences are with the U.S. Capitol Police, family, colleagues and friends as we mourn the loss of their officer who died in the line of duty today.

We had the distinct pleasure of taking a tour of the Fort Belvoir Elementary Campus. What the staff do with the kids at ...
03/26/2021

We had the distinct pleasure of taking a tour of the Fort Belvoir Elementary Campus. What the staff do with the kids at these two campuses is phenomenal. Many may not know, but we have the largest school in Fairfax County and we are pleased to announce that LT. Wallace will be the first School Resource Officer assigned to the Campus. This is a major step in the right direction, as we continue to make Fort Belvoir the best installation throughout the military platform. Congrats LT. Wallace and thank you Fort Belvoir Elementary Campus for all that you do.

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Another step in the right direction as we attempt to make Fort Belvoir not only safe but vigilant. Our new Community Ori...
02/04/2021
Belvoir creates Community Oriented Policing with village mayors, residents

Another step in the right direction as we attempt to make Fort Belvoir not only safe but vigilant. Our new Community Oriented Policing program is on the way!

The Fort Belvoir Police Department is working on ways to make life on the installation safer through a Community Oriented Policing initiative, according to Police Chief Anthony Jackson.

Today Chief Jackson and Director Hentschel had the distinct pleasure of promoting one of our own to the rank of Captain....
02/04/2021

Today Chief Jackson and Director Hentschel had the distinct pleasure of promoting one of our own to the rank of Captain. CPT Kinchen has been with the department for a very long time and is vital to the success of the department. He will now assume duties as the Fort Belvoir Police Department Patrol Captain. Everyone please help us congratulate a very deserving individual.

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Today members of the Fort Belvoir Police Department encountered an individual that was truly down on his luck while tryi...
12/08/2020

Today members of the Fort Belvoir Police Department encountered an individual that was truly down on his luck while trying to access the installation. He indicated that he was homeless, had no shoes, and was hungry. Instead of making things worse for him, our very own Police Chief (Chief Jackson) sprung into action. He bought the individual a pair of boots to keep his feet warm, took him to get something to eat, and had his officers es**rt him to the nearest homeless shelter. #CommunityPolicing #FortBelvoirsFinest #LeadingByExample

Today members of the Fort Belvoir Police Department encountered an individual that was truly down on his luck while trying to access the installation. He indicated that he was homeless, had no shoes, and was hungry. Instead of making things worse for him, our very own Police Chief (Chief Jackson) sprung into action. He bought the individual a pair of boots to keep his feet warm, took him to get something to eat, and had his officers es**rt him to the nearest homeless shelter. #CommunityPolicing #FortBelvoirsFinest #LeadingByExample

Photos from Fort Belvoir Police Department's post
11/21/2020

Photos from Fort Belvoir Police Department's post

Please help us congratulate this years Fort Belvoir Supervisor and Police Officer of the Year..... Lieutenant Steven Kin...
11/21/2020

Please help us congratulate this years Fort Belvoir Supervisor and Police Officer of the Year..... Lieutenant Steven Kinchen and Officer Jermaine Winston. The Mount Vernon Chamber of Commerce recognized these outstanding officers along with numerous other First Responders assigned to the area. Keep up the good work gentlemen and continue to make Fort Belvoir safe.

Please help us congratulate this years Fort Belvoir Supervisor and Police Officer of the Year..... Lieutenant Steven Kinchen and Officer Jermaine Winston. The Mount Vernon Chamber of Commerce recognized these outstanding officers along with numerous other First Responders assigned to the area. Keep up the good work gentlemen and continue to make Fort Belvoir safe.

Chief Jackson and SGT Thomas unveiling the start of our new Bike Patrol Program. We will utilize our bike patrols to giv...
11/20/2020

Chief Jackson and SGT Thomas unveiling the start of our new Bike Patrol Program. We will utilize our bike patrols to give a different impression on police patrolling here on the installation.

04/07/2020
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Fort Belvoir gate access is changing!

Beginning early Friday morning, April 10, Fort Belvoir will move it's 24/7 gate operations from Lieber Gate to Tulley Gate for installation access.

Lieber gate will close at that time and remain closed until further notice.

Tulley gate will become the main access control point for DoD ID card holders, visitors and commercial vehicles.

Additionally, Pence gate will continue with normal hours of operation, 5:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., 7 days a week. Farrar Gate remains the access control point, 24/7, in to Davison Army Airfield.

Fort Belvoir gate access is changing!

Beginning Friday morning at 0001 hrs., April 10, Fort Belvoir will move it's 24/7 gate operations from Lieber Gate to Tulley Gate for installation access.

Lieber gate will close at that time and remain closed until further notice.

Tulley gate will become the main access control point for DoD ID card holders, visitors and commercial vehicles.

Additionally, Pence gate will continue with normal hours of operation, 5:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., 7 days a week. Farrar Gate remains the access control point, 24/7, in to Davison Army Airfield.

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03/17/2020

GATE UPDATE:

- Tulley Gate and Telegraph Gate are closed until further notice.

- Lieber Gate is open 7 days a week, 24-hours (visitors must use this gate)

- Pence Gate is open 7 days a week from 5:30 a.m. - 9 p.m. (egress closes at 9 p.m.)

- Davison Army Airfield is open 7 days a week, 24 hours

- J.J. Kingman Gate is open 7 days a week, 6 a.m. - 6 p.m. (egress closes at 6 p.m.)

*Please note: All Visitor Operations will be handled at Lieber Gate.

*Fort Belvoir passes are extended 30 days.

Just a friendly reminder to wash your hands and be diligent when it comes to your health. Yes your mother was right it’s...
03/08/2020
US Marine in Virginia Tested Positive for Coronavirus, in State’s First Case

Just a friendly reminder to wash your hands and be diligent when it comes to your health. Yes your mother was right it’s always a good idea to cover your mouth when you cough and sneeze.

A U.S. Marine assigned to Fort Belvoir in Fairfax County, Virginia, tested positive with coronavirus on Saturday, the Pentagon says. The Marine “recently returned from overseas, where he was on official business,” Pentagon chief spokesman Jonathan Rath Hoffman said on Twitter. The Marine is bein...

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6080 Abbot Rd
Fort Belvoir, VA
22060

To file a police report in person, talk to a supervisor, or to ask any question we are located on Abbott Road adjacent Gunston Road next to the Fire Station 463 marked as Law Enforcement Center.

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