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Fairfax, Virginia Jail and Mugshot Information

Fairfax, Virginia, is a city near Washington, DC, and it has a population of 21,498 people. Fairfax is an independent city and is not included in a county, but is surrounded by Fairfax County. Fairfax has a council-manager form of government. The Mayor of the city is David L. Meyer. The City Manager is Robert A. Stalzer.

City of Fairfax
City Hall
10455 Armstrong St
Fairfax, VA 22030

Fairfax City Website

David L. Meyer, Mayor

Robert A. Stalzer, City Manager

For the year 2016, Fairfax had a crime index of 114.5, which is lower than the United States national crime index of 261.6. During that year, there were no murders in Fairfax. There were 8 assaults, 8 robberies, and 7 rapes. There were also 33 reported burglaries, 354 reported thefts, 20 reported auto thefts, and 8 reported arsons. As of March 2019, there were 423 registered sex offenders living in Fairfax. The ratio of residents to registered sex offenders was 57 to 1.

There is limited data available for the crime rate in Fairfax, but the estimated crime rate for 2016 was 840 per 100,000 persons. This is lower than the Virginia state crime rate of 2,001 per 100,000 persons and the United States national crime rate of 2,745 per 100,000 persons. Property crime was the most common crime in Fairfax.

Fairfax, Virginia Police Station Information

The City of Fairfax Police Department is located on Old Lee Highway, and the Chief of Police is Colonel Erin Schaible. Divisions within the department include administrative services,criminal investigations, professional standards, and field operations.

City of Fairfax Police Department
3730 Old Lee Hwy
Fairfax, VA 22030

Fairfax Police Dept
Fairfax Police Facebook

Colonel Erin Schaible, Chief of Police

Inmates are held at the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center, which is located in Fairfax. Inmates are allowed one 20-minute visit per week. Visitation is on Saturday and Sunday, from 9 am to 11 am and from noon to 4 pm. Visits must be scheduled in advance, and the visitor must be present at least 30 minutes before a scheduled visit.

Fairfax County Adult Detention Center
10520 Judicial Dr
Fairfax, VA 22030

Fairfax Adult Detention Center

Police Records Requests in Fairfax, Virginia

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