Medical Personnel Needing Transportation
Posted 10:10 a.m.
Medical personnel in Fairfax County needing a ride to the hospital today should call our non-emergency number, 703-691-2131, TTY 711, to arrange transportation.
This service is only for Fairfax County residents/medical personnel that need to get to their hospital shifts.
Transportation is being provided by volunteers through Volunteer Fairfax.
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Fairfax County Police Department News
At approximately 9:50 p.m. on Friday, November 7, police responded for a report of a carjacking in the 3000 block of Nutley Street. The suspect approached the victim in the parking lot of a shopping center, produced a handgun and forced the victim into her own vehicle. The suspect then had the victim drive to […]
This report is published every weekday, except county holidays. The information in each report covers significant criminal incidents generally from the day before; reports published on Monday cover the preceding Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Some incidents may appear a day or two after the occurrence. The report contains selected crimes, including animal-related incidents and property […]
Recognizing the Signs, Seeking Help Join Captain Paul Cleveland from the Fairfax County Police Department’s Office of Organized Crime & Narcotics and Peggy Cook, director of Residential Treatment Services for the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board on Monday, Nov. 24 at 3 p.m. to discuss the dangers and prevalence of heroin and opiate use and […]
Officers distributed safety fliers to residents and motorists along Little River Turnpike between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Wednesday, November 19 in an effort to increase pedestrian safety in Fairfax County. Another team of officers will target the education/enforcement effort on Leesburg Pike on Friday, November 21 during the same timeframe. The goal of […]
Whether they are hosting self-defense seminars, helping Scouts earn honor badges, or packing food boxes for the hungry, local Crime Prevention Officers are making a difference in our community. The Criminal Justice Services Board of the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services has, once again, approved and re-certified Fairfax County as a Crime Prevention Community, […]