Arlington County explains the decision to withdraw Arlington police officers from the District of Columbia on Monday, June 1, 2020.
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The Chief of Police, Union and Association issue joint statement on the death of Mr. George Floyd
The Arlington County Board today condemned the murder of George Floyd.
Arlington County Police Chief M. Jay Farr authors letter to the Arlington County community.
In an effort to limit community spread in areas that are disproportionately affected by COVID-19, Arlington County will host a one-day free COVID-19 testing event sponsored by the Commonwealth of Virginia. The event will take place Tuesday, May 26 from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. at Barcroft Fitness and Recreation Center (4200 S Four Mile Run Dr.). Tests will be conducted on both a drive-through and walk-up basis.
A partir del 22 de mayo del 2020, cubiertas de tela para la cara estarán disponibles para todas las personas que no tengan una al entrar a la Corte del Condado de Arlington.
Cloth facial coverings will be available for all patrons who do not have one as they enter the Arlington County Courthouse. This comes after the Honorable Judge Newman, Arlington County Chief Judge, ordered that all patrons who enter the Courthouse will be required to wear a cloth face covering or face mask.
The Arlington County Police Department is announcing the expansion of its online police reporting system to include reporting in Spanish and online vehicle crash reporting.
The Arlington County Police Department’s Homicide/Robbery Unit is investigating a suspicious death in the Ashton Heights neighborhood.
Arlington County will host a virtual Observance of Peace Officers Memorial Day to honor and pay tribute to the memory of Arlington’s seven fallen law enforcement officers.