West Springfield District Police Station
- ** It's Back to School time! Please be alert while driving. **
- Chief's Letter to the Community Regarding School Crossing Guards
- 75th Anniversary Lecture Series (UPDATED)
- Car Seat Safety Checks are back! Check out the Weekly Incident Report below for further information.
- Out of Sight - Lock andLight
- Good Neighbor Guide
- Road Use Permit Guidelines
- Sign Up for Police Alerts
- Robbery Prevention for Businesses and Individuals
- Weekly Incident Report
The West Springfield District Station encompasses the largest established residential community within the County of Fairfax. The residents and businesses continue to enjoy positive and professional relationships with our officers. With an effective blend of proactive enforcement, community outreach, and public information the West Springfield District maintains a secure and enjoyable environment for all.
Personnel: 185 including 135 sworn officers, 14
auxiliary officers and 36 civilians (police citizen aides,
crossing guards, crime analyst, administrative staff and
District Size: Approximately 68 square miles
Coverage Area: Annandale, Burke, Burke Centre, Fairfax, Fairfax Station, Lorton, and West Springfield
Contains: George Mason University, Northern Virginia Community College Annandale campus, Lake Accotink Park, Burke Lake Park, Fountainhead Regional Park, Wakefield and South Run Recreation Centers
Advisory Committee next meeting will be held on Tuesday,
October 6, 2015, at 7:30 pm at the West Springfield District
Belinda Massaro, from the Fairfax County Mobile Crisis Unit, will be the featured speaker.
The CAC takes a break for the summer months. There will be no meetings in the months of July and August.
Citizens' Advisory Committee
In 1979, the Fairfax County Police Department established a
program to enhance its ability to communicate with and better
serve the community.
This program took the form of advisory groups, known as Citizens' Advisory Committees (CACs), comprised of citizens representing a cross-section of the various neighborhoods of Fairfax County, Each of the eight police stations formed its own CAC to work hand-in-hand with the station commander on issues confronting that particular district. The CAC meets on a monthly basis, and meetings are open to the public.
The purpose of the CAC is to:
1. Provide a forum for obtaining citizen input about the
delivery of police services;
2. Provide a formalized process that will facilitate citizen and community cooperation with the police and:
3. Identify specific and potential problem areas concerning the police.
The West Springfield CAC supports the West Springfield District
Station located at 6140 Rolling Road. Meetings are held in the
community room at the station on the FIRST TUESDAY of every month
except July and August.
The CAC 2015 Executive Committee:
Jim Shrouds - Chairman
Bud Durand - Vice Chair
VACANT - Secretary
Howard Lincoln - Treasurer
John Awtrey - Chief's Advisory Council Rep
Bud Durand - Chief's Advisory Council Alternate Rep