Increase Public Safety
Crime has risen dramatically over the past four years. Residents fear for their safety as current policies put innocent members of our community at risk.
Human trafficking is a big issue in Fairfax. Abuse of dangerous drugs like fentanyl is at an all-time high. “Restorative Justice” has caused criminals to walk free and invited bad actors to ply their trade in our neighborhoods. Higher crime equals lower property values. How do we correct this downward spiral?
Modernize our police department with better training and equipment.
Hire 200 police officers to offset losses caused by efforts like community policing
Prosecute all crimes, including misdemeanors
Support our court administrators and judicial system with additional resources.
There were 63 opioid overdose deaths from January through September 2022, according to the Virginia Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME). Sixty-one (97%) of those deaths involved fentanyl.