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Official ribbon cutting for Charlie T. Deane Police Station in Woodbridge today, June 19

Prince William Board of County Supervisors and the Prince William County Police Department will conduct a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Charlie T. Deane Police Station on Tuesday, June 19, at 11:30 a.m.

The ceremony, open to the public, will be followed by tours of the facility, at 5036 Davis Ford Road, in Woodbridge.

In addition to the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, the Police Department will host a public open house on Saturday, June 23, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Teams from the police department’s Special Operations Bureau will conduct demonstrations at the open house. These will include K-9, Crash Investigations, Motors (Traffic Enforcement), SWAT, Command One, Horse Mounted Patrol, Crime Prevention, and Underwater Search & Rescue.

The Charlie T. Deane Police Station began operations on April 18, 2018. The station serves the Lake Ridge, Dale City, Woodbridge and mid-county areas.

In 2017, the Board of County Supervisors named the new police station after retired Police Chief Charlie T. Deane.

Chief Deane was one of the original 42 police officers hired when the county government established the Police Department in 1970. He was the longest-serving original member of the department when he retired in 2012 after a 42-year career here. Deane was promoted to Chief in 1988 and was Chief for almost 25 years.

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