Bob shares my vision for innovating how our law enforcement officers build trust and engage in their communities they serve by building bridges with local leaders to reduce crime and keep Virginians safe.
— Gov.-elect Glenn Youngkin
Robert Patrick Mosier
• Age: 58
• Home: Warrenton
• Work: Fauquier County sheriff, 2016 to present.
• Experience: Senior associate, Obsidian Solutions Group LLC, contractor for U.S. Department of Defense Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization, 2012-15; senior police advisor, State Department in Iraq, 2011-12, and in U.S., 2007-11; vice president of investigations, International Justice Mission, 1998-2007; law enforcement technical advisor, DynCorp International, 2001-07; special deputy, Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office, 1998-2015; patrol division commander, worked way up from deputy, Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office, 1988-96; officer, Manassas Park Police Department, 1983-1988.
• Education: Bachelor’s degree, criminal justice, Aspen University, Denver expected completion this year; associate’s degree, police science, Northern Virginia Community College; Thomas Edison High School, Franconia, 1981.
• Organizations: Fauquier Historical Society board member, Boys & Girls Club of Fauquier, International Association of Police Chiefs, Virginia Homicide Investigators Association, Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies and others.
• Family: Wife, Cindy; three adult children and seven grandchildren.