West Springfield District Station Weekly Information Bulletin
Due to personnel changes, the weekly section, for some time, will not be updated on a regular basis. You can find current information for the department on our blog at http://fcpdnews.wordpress.com/.
Week of October 5, 2015
Phone number: 703-644-5026, TTY 711
Address: 6140 Rolling Road, Springfield, VA 22152
About your Crime Prevention Officer
MPO J.T. Frey is completing his 27th year with the police department.
J.T. has been assigned to the West Springfield District Station for his
entire career. For 14 years, J.T. was assigned to the Criminal
Investigations Section and his primary focus was the investigation of
Under J.T.’s direction, the Crime Prevention Section at the West Springfield District Station is focused on Neighborhood Watch training and community education.
The West Springfield District Crime Prevention Office also thanks you in advance for your patience during the budget woes. With the reduction of the Crime Prevention Staff and the elimination of the School Education Officer, we cannot continue to provide presentations and / or public appearances like we have in the past and all elementary and middle school related events, whether public or private have been put on hold . We will continue to focus on our Neighborhood Watch Communities, our liaisons with other homeowners groups and associations, and our partnership with the Citizens Advisory Council. Requests for others activities will be handled on a case by case basis and we will continue to do our best to deliver our services in a timely manner.
Next Meeting: November 3, 2015 at 7:30 pm
Topic/Speaker: "Project Lifesaver" presented by Sergeant Emily Fary from the Fairfax County Sheriff's Office.
Upcoming Neighborhood Watch Training: - Tuesday, October 20th at 7:00 p.m., hosted by the Lake Braddock Neighborhood Watch. Training will be conducted in the community center located at 9528 Ashbourn Drive.
Car Seat Checks
October 15, 22
5 - 9 p.m. at the West Springfield Station
By appointment only!
To schedule an appointment, please call 703-644-7377, TTY 711 and press 0 at the recording.
IT's TIME FOR BACK TO SCHOOL ...
Back to school means paying attention to kids and traffic laws!! The goal this school year is to make everyone on the road safe. Be patient and coureous when driving and please don't forget the following items:
1) Do not let stress and frustration get the best of you while driving.
2) Be extra patient and extra courteous as you drive.
3) Do not drive while angry, extremely tired, or upset.
4) Allow extra time to get to your destination
5) When possible, change your schedule to avoid congested areas.
6) Give other drivers the benefit of the doubt - Don't we all make mistakes?
7) Always avoid conflicts, even if you are right.
And let's remember that those school buses are packed with precious cargo. So, when you are behind a school bus, take a deep breath, be patient, and appreciate that the children are being transported safely to school or child care settings.
For more traffic safety information, please visit http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police/traffic.
Remember: As always, if you hear or see something, say something!! Call the non-emergency police number at (703) 691-2131 immediately or 911 if appropriate.