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Introducing Ask an Officer

New feature gives readers a chance to ask questions of the Vienna Police Department

Have you ever had a question for law enforcement but never had the opportunity to ask it? Here's your chance.

Let us know what questions you have and Officer Gary Lose, Vienna Police Department's public information officer, will answer. Send questions to Nicole.Trifone@patch.com or in the comments below. 

The number of questions will determine the frequency of the responses.

So what do you want to know about law enforcement in Vienna?

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Amelie Krikorian October 18, 2012 at 12:16 AM
We are unfortunately about 100 yards outside the town limits. When I call the Fairfax County Police office, I am always told I am calling the wrong substation. I have spoken to several different offices and I can never find the person I need to talk to in order to express my concern over the situation. I am hoping the Vienna Police officer will have information about the right person to contact... if we ever get a reply to this question.
Lynda O October 18, 2012 at 01:07 AM
Bikers on the trail at Park Street have also gotten out of control. They totally disregard the stop sign and proceed across Park! This has gotten really dangerous to bikers as well as drivers. I had to stop suddenly the other day for a biker who did not stop and was almost rear ended!
Amelie Krikorian October 18, 2012 at 09:58 PM
Wien will tell you that it's your imagination, Lynda. Bikers ALWAYS have the right of way and the stop signs do not apply to them even if the signs say "required by law." If you see a biker going through the stop sign it's because you did something wrong. Drivers are evil, not bikers.
Amelie Krikorian October 21, 2012 at 07:18 PM
October 21, and still no replies to the questions on this thread.
Nicole Trifone October 21, 2012 at 07:34 PM
The feature will begin next week.

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