Category Archives: Chief’s Announcements

Fairfax County Police Chief Kevin Davis Announces Command Staff Promotions

FAIRFAX — The Fairfax County Police Department announced a series of command staff promotions on Monday, including the naming of two Deputy Chiefs and seven Majors. These highly-qualified leaders have served throughout the department and are well prepared to take on the difficult job of reducing crime and improving our relationships with communities. These promotions were also made with an

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New Chief to Use Reform Experience to Build Upon FCPD Accomplishments

This morning Chief Kevin Davis held his first press conference at our Public Safety Headquarters highlighting his first week in Fairfax County. During the busy week, he met with local government officials, Department senior leadership and officers at the Mount Vernon District Station. He discussed his family legacy in policing which led him to become a fourth-generation public servant. The

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Fairfax County Police Department Welcomes Newly Appointed Chief Kevin Davis

Today marks Kevin Davis’ first day as Chief of the Fairfax County Police Department.  He was appointed by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors on April 23rd.  Deputy County Executive for Public Safety Dave Rohrer has been acting as interim since former chief Edwin C. Roessler retired in February. Davis served as the City of Baltimore’s police commissioner from 2015

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FCPD Welcomes New Incident Support Services Director

Interim Police Chief David M. Rohrer of the Fairfax County Police Department is pleased to announce, the hiring of Cindy I. Guerra as Director of the Incident Support Services Bureau, following a national search.  Ms. Guerra has formal training in police psychology and extensive experience in police operations, communications and officer wellness and support.  Ms. Guerra served most recently as

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Fairfax County Police Chief Edwin C. Roessler Jr. Announces Plans to Retire in 2021

FAIRFAX, VA / November 5, 2020 – After more than three decades of service to Fairfax County, Police Chief Edwin C. Roessler Jr. has announced his retirement, effective February 2021, and his plans to transition Virginia’s largest police department to the next generation of leadership. Roessler said the department, one of the nation’s top law enforcement agencies, will remain committed

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