Arlington County, VA, Police Chief Murray (Jay) Farr announced that he would retire on September 4th

July 28, 2020: Police Chief Murray (Jay) Farr announced that he would retire on September 4th, after serving in the Arlington County Police Department for 30 years. Chief Farr has provided leadership as Arlington’s Chief of Police since May of 2015. Prior to joining the ACPD in 1990, Chief Farr worked with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service where he conducted complex criminal investigations concerning fraud against the United States government. He is also a U.S. Marine veteran, where he served with the Presidential helicopter unit. Chief Farr earned both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from George Mason University. The Arlington County Manager will be launching a national recruitment effort for a new Chief of Police this fall. Initial steps will seek input from the community and there will be no final decision until sometime after the work of the newly formed Police Practice Group (PPG) is completed in December.


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