Category Archives: DWI Enforcement

Introducing Our New DWI Enforcement Squad

Starting December 1, we will introduce a newly formed, nine-officer squad, to combat drunk driving throughout the county. The main goal of this unit is to reduce impaired-related crashes through aggressive enforcement and prosecution of driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated (DWI) cases. The squad consists of eight officers and one supervisor who have demonstrated a tremendous commitment to highway

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Walk Like MADD 5K and Help Us Bring Awareness to End Drunk Driving

The Fairfax County Police Department will join Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) on Saturday, October 29, at Burke Lake Park, 7315 Ox Road, Fairfax Station, at 8 a.m., for a 5K. This effort is to help bring awareness to the dangers of driving while drunk. Two out of three people will be affected in their lifetime by a drunk driver

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Prom and Graduation Celebrations Underway; Don’t Dampen Your Futures with Underage Drinking

As prom and graduation season moves forward, both parents and youth alike have a lot to celebrate: your achievements, your futures, your lives. Police also share in your excitement and want everyone to stay safe, and think safety, as you enjoy your celebrations and accomplishments. To promote safety, police are employing a variety of education, prevention and enforcement efforts. Across

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Don’t Get Sacked This Super Bowl Weekend by Drinking and Driving

Fairfax County Police will be out in full force this weekend with DWI patrols. Don’t throw your game off (or someone else’s) by driving while intoxicated or impaired. The Super Bowl is America’s most popular sporting event. Game day parties can be epic events with football, great food, lots of friends, and typically, alcohol. Unfortunately, adding alcoholic beverages in the

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The Daily Blotter December 17, 2015

This report is published every weekday, except county holidays. The information in each report covers significant criminal incidents generally from the day before; reports published on Monday cover the preceding Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Some incidents may appear a day or two after the occurrence. The report contains selected crimes, including animal-related incidents and property crimes. The information is organized

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