Lieutenant Sean Casey is among this year’s “40 Under 40” awardees being honored by the Chamber for their leadership, innovation and commitment to their community. Lieutenant Casey had a highly distinguished career at the Alexandria Police Department before joining the Sheriff’s Office in 2017. He is currently the Assistant Commander of Administrative Services which includes Human Resources and Training, Fiscal Management, Investigations and Policy, Information Technology, Public Information, and Community Relations.
Lieutenant Casey organized implicit bias training for all employees to prevent discrimination and ensure an inclusive work environment and he also implemented a new internal investigations management system. He is active in youth outreach efforts, like mentoring and reading to students, and in civic engagement, having organized and launched the Sheriff’s Community Academy and currently serving as the liaison to business and resident associations in Del Ray and Cameron Station.
In June, Lieutenant Casey graduated from the Leadership in Police Organizations program at the International Association of Chiefs of Police. The intensive three-week curriculum teaches law enforcement professionals how to lead groups, organizations, and efforts toward change. In addition, he completed FBI-LEEDA’s week-long Executive Leadership Institute last fall.
A lifelong Alexandrian, Lieutenant Casey is a graduate of T.C. Williams and Virginia Tech. He and his wife have two children and live in the West End where he serves on the executive board of the Brookville Seminary Valley Civic Association.