Category Archives: Twitter

Join Our Ranks! #BeFCPD

Today, we are launching our #BeFCPD recruiting campaign. We are currently hiring Police Officers, Animal Protection Police Officers and Crossing Guards. As one of the largest law enforcement agencies in Virginia, the Fairfax County Police Department offers multiple career tracks and ample opportunity for promotion. Our eight patrol districts cover a diverse area, from urban centers to rural farmland. A

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@fairfaxpolice Surpasses 100,000 Followers on Twitter!

Is it a bird? Is it a plane?? No! It’s 100,000 Twitter followers on @fairfaxpolice!    We did it everybirdy! (get it??) We took our first flight in 2012 and we’ve just hit this major milestone and we’re be-warbler-ed… Err, bewildered, that is! (any bird lovers out there to appreciate that?)   We strive to continue delivering timely crime news

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Update -Victim Identified in Murder/Suicide Investigation

Sully Police District – Detectives with the Major Crimes Division, Homicide Section continue their investigation into the circumstances surrounding the house fire at 12107 Fairfax Hunt Road in Fairfax on Wednesday, July 27. A neighbor called 911 around 11 a.m. and reported seeing flames coming from the house. Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department personnel responded. During fire suppression efforts,

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Chief Releases Comprehensive Report

2015 Administrative Investigation and Use of Force Report The Fairfax County Police Department has posted CY 2015 Use of Force Data which takes a broader approach to provide transparency to all members of our community and the law enforcement profession. The data sets are intended to engage a discussion between the great community we serve and the leadership of the Department

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A Message from the Chief

Colonel Edwin C. Roessler Jr., Chief of the Fairfax County Police Department issued the following statement with regard to today’s court action in the Adam Torres trial, “My thoughts and prayers are with the Geer family, the friends of Mr. Geer, our community, and the men and women of the Fairfax County Police Department as the justice system concludes its

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