News release from the Fairfax County Police Department
As we continue to develop innovative policies and strategies to provide our community with the highest quality of police service, we are grateful for the ongoing support of our residents. As you can see in our 2018 Annual Report, our department takes pride in our community partnerships as well as keeping Fairfax County a safe place to live, work, play and grow old.
Here are a few highlights from 2018:
- According to the Major Cities Chiefs Association Crime Survey, our homicide, rape and aggravated assault crimes have declined compared to 2017
- Our 20 Crime Scene Section detectives handled over 1,200 cases last year
- Our 26 Animal Protection Police Officers handled over 13,000 calls for service and helped more than 3,800 sick or injured animals
- Through opportunities with our department, nearly 150 volunteers provided over 30,000 hours of service to the community
- We are proud of our continued partnerships through the Communities of Trust Committee, the Chief’s Council on Diversity Recruitment, our Citizens Advisory Committee and the Special Olympics
To view the full report, please visit https://issuu.com/fcpd/docs/2018_fcpd_annual_report?e=33283523/69537047.
We thank you for your continued support in achieving our mission of preventing and fighting crime in 2018 and into the future.