Category Archives: Volunteers

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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Come Celebrate our Volunteers

The Fairfax County Police Department would never be able to accomplish all that we do without the help of our amazing volunteers. Not only do they help keep the county safe and operational by assisting with traffic control, devoting their time to support sobriety checkpoints, assisting with administrative duties, helping with photography, and other community and crime prevention activities; but,

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Media Advisory: FCPD Partners with Nextdoor.com

  **Note to residents: Tune in to our Facebook page around 9:15 a.m. to watch this event broadcast live: https://www.facebook.com/fairfaxcountypolice For the past few months, police department crime prevention officers have been virtually engaging with local residents to keep them informed of public safety issues, news and services specific to each resident’s own neighborhood. Nextdoor is a private, free social

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The Snow Has Finally Stopped… What Now?

Whew! The blizzard warning has lifted. Northern Virginia was hit with about two feet of snow and all weekend long, we and other county agencies kept you updated on preparing for and weathering the storm. So… What now? The storm may be over but there is much work to be done to get our county neighborhoods, streets and highways back in

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Hang Out with Us After School

Shooting hoops with kids participating in the county’s afterschool programs. Setting a positive influence in the community. Aiming to be a listening ear. In the process, possibly enhance police/community relations? This is what Patrol Officer Corey Clark set out to do this school year and presented an idea to his Mount Vernon Station Commander, Captain Shawn Martin. He proposed that day

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