Citizen Advisory Committee


Citizen Advisory Committees

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Want to be more involved with the Fairfax County Police Department? Want to provide a valuable service to your community, and be more informed about county issues and laws at the same time?

Consider joining your local FCPD Citizen Advisory Committees (CAC). Meetings are held at your police station each month at 7:30 p.m. (except for Fair OaksMason, McLean and Mt. Vernon; they meet at 7 p.m.)

CACs enhance communication between residents and the FCPD and offer residents a chance to dialogue with members of their local police districts. Members are kept informed about significant safety matters in their neighborhoods, and are encouraged to bring any issues or questions to the attention of local police commanders.

Learn more about your community; become a CAC member! See below for contact information:

Fair Oaks Police District: last Tuesday of the month
Captain Chris Marsh, 703-591-0966
CAC contact; Elsa Snevely, esnevely@gmail.com

Franconia Police District: 3rd Wednesday of the month
Captain Jeff Powell, 703-922-0889
CAC contact; Jim Batchelder, sjkbatch@aol.com

Mason Police District, 1st Tuesday of the month (There are no meetings for the months of July and August)
Captain David M. Smith, 703-256-8035
CAC contact; Gabe Goldberg, gabe@gabegold.com

McLean Police District, 3rd Thursday of the month
Captain Paul Norton, 703-556-7750
CAC contact; Patrick Smaldore, patricksmaldore@live.com

Mount Vernon Police District, 2nd Tuesday of the month
Captain Darrin Day, 703-360-8400
CAC contact; Marianne Baltimore, runne66@aol.com

Reston Police District, 3rd Thursday of the month
Captain Ron Manzo, 703-478-0904
CAC contact; Jim Diehl, ajamesdiehl@aol.com

West Springfield Police District, 1st Tuesday of the month
Captain Kathleen Sefchick, 703-644-7377
CAC contact; Bud Durand, wscacmailbox@gmail.com

Sully Police District, 2nd Wednesday of the month
Captain Robert Blakley, 703-814-7000
CAC contact; Leslie Jenuleson, DLJenuleson@verizon.net

 

 


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