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Man Exposes Himself to Child in Falls Church Area

Mason Police District – Detectives are investigating a report of an incident that occurred around 7 p.m. on Thursday, November 17, at a Target store, located at 6100 Arlington Boulevard. Investigation determined that two boys, 8 and 6, entered the restroom while their father waited outside. Inside the restroom, a man approached the two boys and spoke to them. The

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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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January is Human Trafficking Awarness Month

The Fairfax County Police Department recognizes Human Trafficking Month.  Human Trafficking is a worldwide epidemic and is defined as the recruitment, transportation, transfer or receipt of persons by means of threat or other forms of coercion for the purpose of exploitation.  Exploitation includes, but is not limited to, forced prostitution, forced labor or services, forced marriage and even child soldiers

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The Storm is Brewing, Are You Ready?

  Winter storms are unpredictable. They can result in picturesque snow-covered landscapes; however, heavy snow and gusty winds can wreak havoc on daily routines, traffic and personal safety. It is important to be prepared for anything. Start by signing up for critical and up-to-date weather, traffic and emergency notices (listed below) then read on for tips to optimally prepare for

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Safety Message: Stalking; Awareness and Tips

Virginia state law states that any person who, on more than one occasion, engages in conduct known, or reasonably should be known, to place another person in reasonable fear of death, sexual assault or bodily injury is in violation of stalking. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) report that stalking is a prevalent issue, affecting both men and women. While

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