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Official Fairfax County Police Dept. Report crimes: call/text 911 for emergencies, 703-691-2131 for non-emergencies. RTs not endorsements. Not monitored 24/7.
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Fairfax County Police 5h
Officer Lincoln just had to stop and say hello when he saw this future recruit while on patrol in McLean! 👮
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Fairfax County Police 6h
DAILY RECAP for Tuesday, June 25 - News and events from around the county.
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Fairfax County Police 6h
UPDATE: All lanes of Little River Tpke are open.
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Fairfax County Police 6h
Officer shoots dog in county park after it bites two visitors.
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Fairfax County Police 8h
Interested in being a with us, but not quite 21 yet? 👮 Consider applying to become a ! This opportunity closes soon, so visit to learn more today.
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Fairfax County Police 10h
UPDATE: Westbound Little River Tpke is now open. Eastbound remains closed at Wakefield Chapel Rd.
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Fairfax County Police 11h
TRAFFIC ALERT: Little River Tpke is closed between Wakefield Chapel Rd and Lake Dr due to downed wires. Please use an alternate route.
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Fairfax County Police Jun 24
WEEKEND RECAP for Monday, June 24 - News and events from around the county.
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Fairfax County Police Jun 24
Motorcycles, , helicopters...what more could you possibly want?! 🏍️🐕🚁 At Mt. Vernon's , our officers met and got to know many sweet residents - and showed them some of the great aspects of our department. Thanks to everyone who joined us!
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Fairfax County Police Jun 24
Hi Brandy! We've passed your request for increased enforcement along to the appropriate contacts in our department. We also encourage you to reach out to if you'd like to make complaints or voice concerns about the crosswalk itself.
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Fairfax County Police Jun 24
UPDATE: Pyohng has been found and is safe. Thank you for sharing.
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Fairfax County Police Jun 24
Replying to @ffxfirerescue
Awesome!! Congrats to all for making it through such a tough (but important) program! 🚑
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Fairfax County Police Jun 24
Replying to @BurgGoldLombard
Good afternoon. We protect & serve all residents of Fairfax County, regardless of immigration status. Residents should not be afraid to call 9-1-1 for help if they are a victim or witness of a crime. Our officers do not participate with ICE on civil enforcement.
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Fairfax County Police Jun 24
Replying to @thisisclaytonk
Hi Clayton. We protect and serve all residents of Fairfax County, regardless of immigration status. Residents should not be afraid to call 9-1-1 for help if they are a victim or witness of a crime. Our officers do not participate with ICE on civil enforcement.
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Fairfax County Police Jun 24
Replying to @theresajlacey
Good afternoon! We protect and serve all residents of Fairfax County, regardless of immigration status. Residents should not be afraid to call 9-1-1 for help if they are a victim or witness of a crime. Our officers do not participate with ICE on civil enforcement.
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Fairfax County Police Jun 24
Replying to @EllenRenaud
Hi Ellen. We protect and serve all residents of Fairfax County, regardless of immigration status. Residents should not be afraid to call 9-1-1 for help if they are a victim or witness of a crime. Our officers do not participate with ICE on civil enforcement.
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Fairfax County Police Jun 24
Replying to @kells5231
Hi Kelly! We protect and serve all residents of Fairfax County, regardless of immigration status. Residents should not be afraid to call 9-1-1 for help if they are a victim or witness of a crime. Our officers do not participate with ICE on civil enforcement.
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Fairfax County Police Jun 24
Replying to @BethBlackwood1
Hi Beth! We protect and serve all residents of Fairfax County, regardless of immigration status. Residents should not be afraid to call 9-1-1 for help if they are a victim or witness of a crime. Our officers do not participate with ICE on civil enforcement.
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Fairfax County Police Jun 24
Replying to @HaadChowder
We protect and serve all residents of Fairfax County, regardless of immigration status. Residents should not be afraid to call 9-1-1 for help if they are a victim or witness of a crime. Our officers do not participate with ICE on civil enforcement.
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Fairfax County Police Jun 24
Replying to @DeeDeeMendez_DC
Hi Dee Dee. This occurred near a walking trail in a wooded area between Hunters Woods Plaza and Breton Court in Reston. For more information, we encourage you to visit our blog.
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