Chief of Police
Deputy Chief of Police
Major Gary M. Dillon serves as the Deputy Chief of Police. Prior to joining to the Warrenton Police Department, Gary served as the Manager of the Virginia Accreditation Center at the Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) from 2005 - 2015. Through Gary’s vision, the program that sets and requires higher standards for its participating agencies to adhere to has developed into a national model and leader in its field.
Gary has coordinated and drafted several important model policies for the state, including best practices for Eyewitness Identification, Human Trafficking, Law Enforcement Usage of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (drones), and Auxiliary Police Officers. Gary has been a presenter to the Virginia Criminal Justice Services Board, Secretary of Public Safety, and the Virginia Crime Commission on topics relating to best practices in law enforcement. Prior to his employment with DCJS, Gary was a Supervisor with the Charlottesville Police Department, as well as their Accreditation Manager. He was also instrumental in the creation of the West Point (VA) Police Department.
Gary has a wealth of knowledge and understanding of police policies, procedures, rules and regulations having collaborated with a majority of the Commonwealth’s law enforcement agencies. Gary possesses a Master of Public Administration, Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration, and is a graduate of the 39th Session of the Professional Executive Leadership School (PELS) at the University of Richmond. email@example.com
Mrs. Lindsay Parr-Marino
Mrs. Jennifer Bush
Mrs. Jennifer Bush is the Receptionist and Records Clerk for the department and has been employed since 2007. Jennifer works directly for the Senior Administrative Assistant. Jennifer greets the walk in citizens and assists as needed.