Got a question about crime in Fairfax County? Lt. Col. James A. Morris, acting police chief for the Fairfax County Police Department, will take constituents' questions at 12:30 p.m. Friday in an online chat discussion, "Ask Fairfax!"
Morris began his new position Oct. 20. The appointment was made since Police Chief David M. Rohrer was selected by the Board of Supervisors to serve as a deputy county executive to oversee public safety agencies. You can read more about Morris here.
You can get your question in now and "tune in" online Friday here.
The county offers these suggestions regarding its online discussions:
Ask Fairfax! is a way for you and our county staff to engage in online discussions about key topics in our community.
Here’s how it works:
- Choose a topic and submit your question. Questions may be submitted in advance and they will be answered live for up to one hour on the specified date; live questions may be asked during that hour, too.
- Due to time constraints and volume, we may not answer all questions.
- Keep it clean; questions that include vulgar or disparaging language will not be answered.
- If similar questions are submitted, we will choose the one that best represents the spirit of the question.