Adrienne Quigley is a Deputy Chief with the Arlington County Police Department in Arlington, Virginia. Deputy Chief Quigley has 23 years of law enforcement experience, including eleven years of command level experience, focusing on employee development and wellness, departmental growth, and sustaining relationships with internal and external partners and the community.
Deputy Chief Quigley has held several leadership positions within the Arlington County Police Department and currently serves as the Department’s Systems Management Division Commander. She has held previous assignments as the Operations Division Commander, Human Resources Section Commander, and 3rd District Commander, as well as assignments in the Personnel and Recruitment Section, Criminal Investigations Section, and the Office of Professional Responsibility. She also completed a two-year assignment as the Acting Deputy Director of the Arlington County Office of Emergency Management in charge of the Emergency Communications Center.
In 2009, Deputy Chief Quigley completed a fellowship at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), where she became nationally recognized for her efforts in the field of officer safety and police officer injuries. She has published several articles related to officer safety and wellness and has presented at numerous national and state conferences.
Deputy Chief Quigley graduated summa cum laude from The George Washington University with a Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice and holds a Master of Public Administration from George Mason University.