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Recent Campus Safety Alerts

May 5, 2017 - Sexual Assault

To the Marymount Community:

Timely Warning Notices (“Notice”) are issued by the Marymount University Office of Campus Safety and Emergency Management (“Campus Safety”) to provide prompt warning notifications, alerts of immediate threats, and updates regarding the health and safety of the campus community.  This Notice is intended to enable campus community members to better protect themselves.

A sexual assault was reported on campus early this morning.  The perpetrator is known to the victim and we do not believe there is an ongoing threat to the community.  Arlington County Police have responded and is currently investigating.

Anyone with information pertaining to this crime can contact Campus Safety at 703-284-1600 or by filing a report online at http://www.marymount.edu/Student-Life/Health-Wellness/Campus-Safety/Security-on-Campus/Anonymous-Tip-Line

Information may also be reported to the Anonymous Tip Hotline at 703-247-8345.  NOTE: The anonymous crime reporting system is not monitored 24 hours a day and, therefore, should NOT be used for reporting immediate threats such as a violent crime in progress or a fire in a building.  If you are reporting an immediate threat, please call 703-284-1600 or 911.

These resources can also be used to report criminal activity such as domestic violence and sexual assaults, illegal drug use, possession and dealing of drugs, or any suspicious activity. The information provided should be as detailed as possible.

All Marymount University students, staff, faculty and guests who witness a crime or become a victim, or who are involved in an emergency should call Campus Safety or 911 for assistance. If you call 911, dispatchers at the local dispatch center will notify the Office of Campus Safety and Emergency Management immediately and an officer will respond as soon as possible.

Sexual Harassment and Interpersonal Misconduct Resources and Policy

The University Sexual Harassment and Interpersonal Misconduct Resources and Policy can be found at:
https://www.marymount.edu/Student-Life/Student-Affairs-Administration/Title-IX

How to Get Help if You Have Been Sexually Assaulted

Any member of the University community who has experienced such conduct is urged to seek immediate medical assistance and/or contact law enforcement to make a report. Available emergency response, medical treatment and confidential counseling options may be found here: http://www.marymount.edu/Student-Life/Student-Affairs-Administration/Title-IX/How-to-Get-Help-if-You-Have-Been-Sexually-Assaulte

Understanding the Choice Between Confidential Resources and Making a Report of Prohibited Conduct to the University

The University is committed to protecting the privacy of all individuals involved in the investigation and resolution of a report under this policy, and will make reasonable efforts to protect the privacy of participants, in accordance with applicable state and federal laws.  There is a distinction between confidential resources and making a report of Prohibited Conduct to the University. Any individual may choose to seek support from professionals on campus and in the community who hold a legally-recognized privilege of confidentiality. These include counselors, medical health providers, clergy and rape crisis counselors. Speaking with a confidential resource does not constitute a report to the University of Prohibited Conduct.

In contrast to confidential resources who have legally-recognized confidentiality, all other University employees, including faculty members are considered responsible employees and are required to share information with the University’s Title IX Coordinator. This allows the University to provide resources and support to a Complainant and to take action consistent with its obligation to respond to the report as outlined in the Marymount University Sexual and Interpersonal Misconduct Policy found at: https://www.marymount.edu/Student-Life/Student-Affairs-Administration/Title-IX

Confidential Resources

The trained professionals designated on the link below can provide counseling, information, and support under legally protected confidentiality privileges. Because these relationships involve privileged conversations, these confidential resources will not share information about a patient/client (including whether or not that individual has received services) with the Title IX Coordinator or any other employee of the University without the individual’s express written permission. Access the list of confidential resources here: http://www.marymount.edu/Student-Life/Student-Affairs-Administration/Title-IX/Confidential-Resources

Reporting Options

Marymount University provides options for reporting Prohibited Conduct. Access reporting options here: http://www.marymount.edu/Student-Life/Student-Affairs-Administration/Title-IX/Reporting-options

Saints don't stand by, they act!  You can make a difference in preventing sexual assault by following these steps:

  • Be aware of the events around you and notice if something does not seem right.
  • Don't just assume that someone else will take care of a situation that you see or hear.  As a community we have an obligation to look out for one another, and we would want others to look out for us in return.
  • Step in and help.  Taking steps to intervene is often really easy: a) take a direct action, which can be as easy as asking a question or stepping forward to get someone's attention.  Remember that the first priority to is remain safe and not put yourself in harm’s way.  If directly intervening is not a good option, then b) delegate and go get help.  Whether this involves other students, faculty or staff, there are always others around who can help manage a situation. Or c) create a diversion or distraction and then offer help.
  • Lastly, offer support to the person and make sure they are safe.  Marymount has many resources both on and off campus that are available to students.

Confidential Resources:
Counseling Center, Berg 1014, (703) 526-6861
Student Health Center, Berg 1014, (703) 284-1610
Doorways, Off-Campus, (703) 237-0881
Campus Ministry, The Lodge, (703) 284-1607

Reporting Resources:
Campus Safety, (703) 284-1600
Title IX Office of Sexual Harassment and Interpersonal Misconduct, (703) 284-1604
Arlington County Police Department, 911 (emergency), (703) 558-222 (non-emergency)

 

January 31, 2017 - Suspicious Entry

Today at approximately 1PM, an unknown male was in Rowley Hall, 2nd floor.  It is believed that the individual entered by tailgating behind an authorized card holder.  The individual was observed leaving the building a short time later.

To the Marymount community:



If you observe this individual, please notify Campus Safety immediately at 703-284-1600.

The community is advised and reminded to always practice good safety measures:
  • Never allow a person to “tailgate” into a residence hall, particularly if you do not know the individual.  A person is “tailgating” when you allow them to follow you through a card reader-equipped door or into a card reader-equipped elevator if they have not used their own card to gain access.
  • Always immediately report unknown or suspicious persons to Campus Safety.
  • Always keep your room or office door locked when unoccupied.
  • If something seems unusual, suspicious or wrong, trust your instincts and report it.
SEE SOMETHING?  SAY SOMETHING!
The Office of Campus Safety and Emergency Management


January 12, 2017 - Thefts

To the Marymount Community:

In recent days Campus Safety has received several reports of thefts of cash and valuables from offices and locker rooms in the Lee Center.  The cash and items have been reported stolen from desk drawers, cabinets, and from clothing stored in lockers.

Safety Tips:
  • Be vigilant of surroundings

  • Report suspicious persons

  • Keep valuables secured and lock office & rooms when unoccupied

  • When using lockers, either keep the locker locked when in use or take your valuables with you.

Follow good safety procedures, both on and off campus.  Remember, if you see something suspicious or feel unsafe, immediately call 911 or contact Campus Safety at (703) 284-1600.

SEE SOMETHING? SAY SOMETHING!
The Office of Campus Safety and Emergency Management


November 15, 2016 - Timely Warning Notices Issued on Unrelated Incidents

Timely Warning Notices (“Notice”) are issued by the Marymount University Office of Campus Safety and Emergency Management (“Campus Safety”) to provide prompt warning notifications, alerts of immediate threats, and updates regarding the health and safety of the campus community.  This Notice is intended to enable campus community members to better protect themselves.

Campus Safety is providing the campus community with notice of a sexual assault and unrelated suspicious activity, both of which were reported to have occurred in a student residence hall on the Main Campus.  These two separate, unrelated incidents warrant campus-wide notification:
 
  1. On Tuesday, November 15, 2016, a female student reported to the University that she had been sexually assaulted on Sunday, November 13, 2016, at approximately 3:00 a.m. in Rowley Hall residence hall by a male suspect (non-student) whom the victim had recently come in contact with through a friend on campus.
  2.  Campus Safety received information from a student that a male who called himself “Geremy” had been following her and was observed in the Rowley Hall residence hall on Monday, November 14, 2016, at approximately 8:00 p.m.  The male was described as African American, in his early 20s, approximately 6’1” in height, with a medium build and short dark hair.  The male was wearing dark clothing, a dark jacket, a black backpack, and a gray hat with a red bill which he was wearing backwards.

The University is actively investigating both incidents.  Anyone with information pertaining to these crimes can contact Campus Safety at 703-284-1600 or by filing a report online.

Information may also be reported to the Anonymous Tip Hotline at 703-247-8345.  
NOTE: The anonymous crime reporting system is not monitored 24 hours a day and, therefore, should NOT be used for reporting immediate threats such as a violent crime in progress or a fire in a building.  If you are reporting an immediate threat, please call 703-284-1600 or 911.

These resources can also be used to report criminal activity such as domestic violence and sexual assaults, illegal drug use, possession and dealing of drugs, or any suspicious activity. The information provided should be as detailed as possible.

All Marymount University students, staff, faculty and guests who witness a crime or become a victim, or who are involved in an emergency should call Campus Safety or 911 for assistance. If you call 911, dispatchers at the local dispatch center will notify the Office of Campus Safety and Emergency Management immediately and an officer will respond as soon as possible.

University Sexual Harassment and Interpersonal Misconduct Resources and Policy


How to Get Help if You Have Been Sexually Assaulted

Any member of the University community who has experienced such conduct is urged to seek immediate medical assistance and/or contact law enforcement to make a report. Available emergency response, medical treatment and confidential counseling options may be found here.
 

Understanding the Choice Between Confidential Resources and Making a Report of Prohibited Conduct to the University

The University is committed to protecting the privacy of all individuals involved in the investigation and resolution of a report under this policy, and will make reasonable efforts to protect the privacy of participants, in accordance with applicable state and federal laws.  There is a distinction between confidential resources and making a report of Prohibited Conduct to the University. Any individual may choose to seek support from professionals on campus and in the community who hold a legally-recognized privilege of confidentiality. These include counselors, medical health providers, clergy and rape crisis counselors. Speaking with a confidential resource does not constitute a report to the University of Prohibited Conduct.

In contrast to confidential resources who have legally-recognized confidentiality, all other University employees, including faculty members are considered responsible employees and are required to share information with the University’s Title IX Coordinator. This allows the University to provide resources and support to a Complainant and to take action consistent with its obligation to respond to the report as outlined in the Marymount University Sexual and Interpersonal Misconduct Policy.
 

Confidential Resources

The trained professionals designated on the link below can provide counseling, information, and support under legally protected confidentiality privileges. Because these relationships involve privileged conversations, these confidential resources will not share information about a patient/client (including whether or not that individual has received services) with the Title IX Coordinator or any other employee of the University without the individual’s express written permission. Access the list of confidential resources
 

Reporting Options

Marymount University provides options for reporting Prohibited Conduct. Access reporting options here.
 

Crime Prevention

The University works hard to ensure the safety and security of the University community.  Common sense precautions are the most effective means of maintaining personal security. Here are some practical suggestions:
  • After dark, always travel in groups of two or more people.
  • Always keep to well-lighted and maintained walkways.
  • Immediately report any suspicious-looking persons or out-of-ordinary  occurrences (such as propped doors or broken windows) to Campus Safety at ext. 1600.
  • Take advantage of the University’s free and convenient 24-hour  security escort service to and from any place on campus property by calling ext. 1600 for the Main Campus or ext. 5900 for 4040 Fairfax Drive. This service is described in more detail in the Student Handbook and the Parking Rules and Regulations for Students brochure.
  • Take advantage of the University’s free and convenient shuttle transportation when  Additional information and shuttle timetables are available in the Office of Campus Safety and Emergency Management and online.
  • Never park in dark, remote, or unsafe areas. Always lock your car after parking, don’t leave valuables visible, and have your car keys ready when you return to your car.
  • Always be familiar with your destination and route and, if you go out alone, let someone know where you are going.
  • Never prop open doors of campus buildings. Remove props from doors if you see them and report the situation to Campus Safety.
  • Please note that on weekends or other days when there are no classes, unoccupied buildings will be kept locked.
  • Notify Campus Safety, or a member of the university staff, if any individual who appears not to have legitimate business on campus or whose actions arouse suspicion or concern.
  • Know the phone number of Campus Safety 703-284-1600. Program it into your cell phone.  Always remember, call 911 in an emergency.

For additional information on security, visit the Office of Campus Safety and Emergency Management in Ireton Hall on the Main Campus or call (703) 284-1601.


Keeping Informed

The University offers programs designed to provide crime prevention education and teach safety precautions. Programs are offered annually during Orientation and at other times as announced in The Bark, an events digest published by the Division of Student Affairs, and by other means. Information about common-sense safety precautions is included in this brochure and in the Student Handbook. Crimes that are considered to be a threat to students and employees, and that are reported to any of the offices listed in this Annual Safety and Fire Report, are reported to the University community in a timely manner. These timely warnings may be by text message, email, flyer, or other forms of mass communication.
 

What You Can Do

  • Do not leave purses, wallets, or valuables in open areas or unattended.
  • Do not leave car doors or room doors unlocked, or windows open in your absence.
  • Walk on lighted sidewalks, and do not take shortcuts through dark areas.
  • Walk with someone in the evenings.

If you see suspicious persons or a crime being committed, report it to Campus Safety at ext. 1600. The more alert you are, the safer the campus will remain.

More information on Marymount University Campus Safety and the Clery Act, including the Daily Crime Log, Clery reportable crime definitions and associated information, crime alerts, the Annual Safety Report, training resources, Campus Security Authorities, and additional resources is easily accessible and available to the public here.
 

September 22nd, 2016 - Sexual Assault Reported

Campus Safety has received an anonymous report of a sexual assault in a residence hall.  There was no date, time or exact location provided.  Nevertheless Campus Safety would like to take this opportunity to provide the following information to help keep our campus safe:

Saints don't stand by, they act!  You can make a difference in preventing sexual assault by following these steps:

  1. Be aware of the events around you and notice if something does not seem right.
  2. Don't just assume that someone else will take care of a situation that you see or hear.  As a community we have an obligation to look out for one another, and we would want others to look out for us in return.
  3. Step in and help.  Taking steps to intervene is often really easy: a) take a direct action, which can be as easy as asking a question or stepping forward to get someone's attention.  Remember that the first priority to is remain safe and not put yourself in harms way.  If directly intervening is not a good option then b) delegate and go get help.  Whether this involves other students, faculty or staff, there are always others around who can help manage a situation. Or c) create a diversion or distraction and then offer help.
  4. Lastly, offer support to the person and make sure they are safe.  Marymount has many resources both on and off campus that are available to students.

 

Confidential Resources

Counseling Center, Berg 1014, (703) 526-6861
Student Health Center, Berg 1014, (703) 284-1610
Doorways, Off-Campus, (703) 237-0881
Campus Ministry, Lodge, (703) 284-1607

Reporting Resources

Campus Safety, (703) 284-1600
Title IX Office of Sexual Harassment and Interpersonal Misconduct, (703) 526-6940
Arlington County Police Department, 911 (emergency),  (703) 558-222 (non-emergency)



April 24th, 2016 - Unidentified Male

On Sunday, April 24, 2016, between 1 a.m. and 4 a.m. two separate reports were received from resident students of Rowley Hall who entered their rooms and found an unidentified male inside.  The unidentified male departed immediately.

Even though no altercation or theft occurred, Campus Safety is treating these incidents very seriously and has launched an investigation.

If you have any information regarding these incidents, please contact Campus Safety immediately.

Remember always to lock doors, and do not allow anyone to “tailgate” behind you when you enter or exit the residence halls.
 

Follow good safety procedures, both on and off campus.  Remember, if you see something suspicious or feel unsafe, immediately call 911 or contact Campus Safety at (703) 284-1600.

Safety Tips:

  • Be vigilant of surroundings
  • Report suspicious persons


April 18th, 2016 - Ground Fire

A ground fire recently occurred at the intersection of Glebe Road and Old Dominion Drive where persons are frequently observed smoking on the sidewalk.  It is suspected that this fire was caused by a cigarette butt thrown into the grass or mulch.

High winds and very low humidity in the Arlington area have combined to create “red flag” conditions ideal for fire combustion and rapid spread.  For the safety of the community, it is vitally important that cigarette butts and other burned material be extinguished carefully and completely before disposal.

Thank you for your cooperation.

SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING

Follow good safety procedures, both on and off campus.  Remember, if you see something suspicious or feel unsafe, immediately call 911 or contact Campus Safety at (703) 284-1600.

Safety Tips:

  • Be vigilant of surroundings


April 8th, 2016 - Laptop Theft at 4040  N. Fairfax

On Friday, April 8, 2016 at approximately 12:55pm, a laptop was stolen from an unlocked office at 4040 N. Fairfax.

Suspect

  • African American male
  • Height: Approximately 6' 0"
  • Hair: Short dreadlocks
  • Clothing: black coat with a grey hood, and dark blue jeans.

Please contact Campus Safety immediately if this individual is observed.

 

SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING

Follow good safety procedures, both on and off campus.  Remember, if you see something suspicious or feel unsafe, immediately call 911 or contact Campus Safety at (703) 284-1600.

Safety Tips:

  • Be vigilant of surroundings
  • Report suspicious persons
  • Keep valuables secured and lock office & rooms when unoccupied


September 14th, 2015 - Wallet Theft at 4040 N. Fairfax

On Monday, September 14, 2015 at approximately 3:45pm, a wallet was stolen from an office at 4040 N. Fairfax.  The wallet was later recovered, with the cash stolen.

Suspect

  • African American male
  • Height: Approximately 5'9"
  • Short black hair
  • Clothing: a dark blue sweatsuit with a wide white band on the right arm, and grey shoes.

Please contact Campus Safety immediately if this individual is observed.

 

SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING

Follow good safety procedures, both on and off campus.  Remember, if you see something suspicious or feel unsafe, immediately call 911 or contact Campus Safety at (703) 284-1600.

Safety Tips:

  • Be vigilant of surroundings
  • Report suspicious persons
  • Keep valuables secured and lock office & rooms when unoccupied

August 24, 2015 – Attempted Sexual Assault in Arlington

The Arlington County Police Department is investigating the attempted sexual assault of a 27-year-old female in Lubber Run Park, Arlington on Friday, August 21.  The woman was walking with her 3-year-old child on a path in Lubber Run Park near N. George Mason Drive and Barrett Elementary School shortly before 8 p.m.  A seemingly intoxicated man approached her.  When the woman bent to shield her child, the suspect groped her.  The woman screamed, causing the suspect to flee.    

Suspect

  • Hispanic male
  • 20-30 years old
  • Height:  approximately 5’7”
  • Medium build
  • Clothing:  solid grey t-shirt, black shorts and black tennis shoes

This is the sixth attempted sexual assault in Arlington County since July 25.  No suspects have been identified.  Police are investigating the potential that the attacks are the work of the same suspect.    

SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING

Follow good safety procedures, both on and off campus.  Remember, if you see something suspicious or feel unsafe, immediately call 911 or contact Campus Safety at (703) 284-1600.

Safety Tips

  • Be alert!  Be cautious of your surroundings.
  • Don’t walk or jog alone or in a secluded area.
  • Don’t walk or jog in the late night/early morning hours.
  • Carry a whistle or shrill alarm to summon help if needed.
  • Walk/jog away from bushes where someone could hide.
  • Report any suspicious activity to police.

Take a moment to view this jogging safety video from Arlington County Police Department.



August 8, 2015 – Attempted Sexual Assault in Arlington County

The Arlington County Police Department has issued the following sketch of a man suspected of attempting to sexually assault a female who was running on the W&OD trail the weekend of August 4.  The suspect allegedly grabbed the woman from behind and threw her to the ground.  The suspect tried to cover her mouth with his hand, but she was able to scream, causing the suspect to flee.  

Suspect

  • Dark-skinned Hispanic male
  • 20-30 years old
  • Height:  approximately 5’6”
  • Weight:  approximately 140 lbs.
  • Clothing:  Long, baggy gray shorts with no shirt

A second attempted sexual assault occurred the weekend of August 4.  A woman was grabbed and thrown to the ground as she walked home near the intersection of N. Thomas Street and N. Pershing Street in Buckingham.  A sketch has not been released of the suspect. 

SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING

Follow good safety procedures, both on and off campus.  Remember, if you see something suspicious or feel unsafe, immediately call 911 or contact Campus Safety at (703) 284-1600

Safety Tips

  • Be alert!  Be cautious of your surroundings.
  • Don’t walk or jog alone or in a secluded area.
  • Don’t walk or jog in the late night/early morning hours.
  • Carry a whistle or shrill alarm to summon help if needed.
  • Walk/jog away from bushes where someone could hide.
  • Report any suspicious activity to police.

Take a moment to view this jogging safety video from Arlington County Police Department.  



May 7, 2015 - Date Rape Drug

A student reported to University officials the possibility that a drug was slipped into her drink while at a club in the local metro area. While in this case, the student reports that the incident involved a stranger and an unknown drug, the University would like to remind the community that most college sexual assaults are committed by an acquaintance and alcohol is the most common date rape drug. Marymount University also affirms that only the perpetrator can prevent sexual misconduct.
  • Be aware of your surroundings. If you observe someone acting suspiciously, intervene in the situation and notify police and club management.
  • Look for changes in the behavior of your friends. If you notice behaviors that are out of character or risky, intervene and support your friend.
  • Travel with friends and make agreements about how you will intervene if concerned for your friends.
  • Do not put yourself at risk. When uncertain how to intervene, request help from police and/or security.
  • Watch your drink being prepared and avoid allowing others to handle your drink.
  • Seek medical attention if you believe you or a friend may have been drugged.
  • If a friend seems too intoxicated, get him or her to a safe place immediately.
  • Seek medical help immediately if a friend starts to exhibit symptoms of dizziness and/or nausea, memory loss, breathing or motion difficulties, or is acting disproportionately intoxicated relative to the amount of alcohol.
If you are ever in a situation where you are unsure or scared and you are on campus, call Campus Safety immediately at (703) 284-1600. If you are off campus, call 911.

May 5, 2015- Laptop Thefts

Over the past several days two laptops have been reported stolen from students on campus, one from a residence hall and one from a classroom building.  Campus Safety encourages you to actively prevent the theft of your laptop and other valuables by taking the following steps:
  • Assume no place is safe.
  • Never leave your property unattended.
  • Don't allow strangers to enter your building behind you.
  • Close and lock your residence hall door or office, even if leaving for a short time.
  • Obtain and use a laptop security lock.
  • Register your computer with a laptop tracking software provider.
  • Immediately report suspicious persons or activity to Campus Safety.
If you do experience a theft of your laptop or any other item, please contact Campus Safety as soon as possible at (703) 284-1600.
 

Febuary 19, 2015 - Suspicious Person on Campus

On Thursday, February 19, 2015, at about 10:30am a resident student in Gerard came back to their residence hall room from class to find an unknown male (may or may not be a student) standing in the room.  When asked what he was doing there, he said "sorry I was looking for someone" and quickly left.
 
At approximately the same time, another student on the same floor encountered an unknown male fitting the same description who entered their room without knocking.  When asked what he was doing, he said he was "looking for James" and left quickly.
 
The unknown male is described as African American, 5'-6" in height, no facial hair, with a gap in his teeth, age unknown. He wore a beanie hat, a scarf around his neck, and a puffy jacket that may have been green or grey in color.

If anyone has any information which may pertain to this matter, please contact Campus Safety at (703) 284-1600.  Anonymous tips may be phoned in on the Campus Safety Anonymous Tip Phone line at (703) 237-8345 or sent online via the Anonymous Tip Report.

The community is reminded to always be vigilant of their surroundings and to immediately report to Campus Safety any suspicious persons, suspicious activity or criminal behavior.  Never allow unknown persons to tailgate behind you when entering a card access door, and always lock room or office doors when not occupied.

December 1, 2014 Safety Alert – Suspicious Individual

Recently a Marymount student was jogging near campus on Glebe Road late at night and reported encountering a suspicious individual on the street, described as a white male, who was acting erratically and yelling, and who began following her.  The student was able to avoid the male and return to campus safely, where Arlington County Police were notified.

All students are reminded to follow good safety procedures both on and off campus.  Contact 911 or 703-284-1600 immediately if you observe any suspicious behavior or criminal activity.  Here are some valuable safety tips when walking or jogging off campus:
  • Jog with a known companion
  • Jog in a familiar area
  • Do not jog in a secluded area
  • Do not jog after dark
  • Jog facing traffic
  • If followed, go to the nearest house and call the police
  • Wear bright colored clothing to improve your visibility
  • Carry a whistle or shrill alarm to summon help if needed
  • Vary your route and pattern of running
  • Always be aware of your surroundings. Keep Alert!
  • Jog away from bushes where someone could hide 
Please take a moment to watch this jogging safety video from Arlington County Police – stay fit and stay safe!

Office of Campus Safety & Emergency Management

 

Main Guardhouse
24 hours/day, 7 days/week
(703) 284-1600

Ballston Center
1000 N. Glebe Rd.
Arlington, VA 22201
(703) 284-5900

Main Office
Ireton Hall 1018
2807 North Glebe Road
Arlington, VA 22207
(703) 284-1601

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