McLean District Station
The McLean District Station of the Fairfax County Police Department is commanded by Captain Paul Norton.
Thompson was succeeded by Captain Daniel Janickey, who left in January 2014 to become deputy chief of the Vienna Police Department. Following Janickey's departure, Norton, who had served as assistant commander of the station since March 2012, became the station commander.
The McLean substation was the second substation opened by the FCPD. It originally opened in 1963 in the former Old Dominion Medical Center, itself a converted residence at the corner of Dolley Madison Boulevard and Elm Street.
In September 1970 the Marriott Corporation bought the property with the intention of building a restaurant, necessitating the move of the station. The groundbreaking ceremony for the new McLean district station was held on June 4, 1971, and the station opened on November 26.
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