- Winterpock Elementary PTA Forum October 3, 2019
- October 30th, 2019 Chesterfield Observer
- October 29th, 2019 Village News
- October 29th, 2019 Richmond Times-Dispatch
- October 22nd, 2019 Richmond Magazine
- October 23rd, 2019 Chesterfield Observer
- October 22nd, 2019 Village News
- October 16th, 2019 Chesterfield Observer
- October 16th, 2019 Village News
- October 8th, 2019 Village News
Kevin's Traffic Message
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Kevin's Ettrick Message
Kevin's Public Safety Message
- June 19th, 2019 Chesterfield Observer
- June 12th, 2019 Chesterfield Observer
- June 5th, 2019 Chesterfield Observer
- June 5th, 2019 Chesterfield Observer
- May 22nd, 2019 Chesterfield Observer
- May 16th, 2019 Citizens United Matoaca Forum
All announced Matoaca District BOS candidates were invited to participate in the forum. All four (3 Republican, 1 Democrat) confirmed attendance, however, Craig Staria canceled two days before due to a "scheduling conflict". The video is shaky due to poor wifi.
- Part 1 Kevin Carroll's appearance on WRVA discussing Police Week
- Part 2 Kevin Carroll's appearance on WRVA discussing Police Week
- Chesterfield Observer May 15, 2019
Noting that the planning commission is scheduled to vote on the new sign ordinance May 21, Matoaca supervisor candidate Kevin Carroll suggested Stariha’s advertisements constitute a conflict of interest.
“To me, it just doesn’t look ethical,” Carroll said during a telephone conversation earlier this month. “The timing is very interesting. If I knew I was getting ready to vote on changes to the sign ordinance that were partially drafted by this company, I wouldn’t have done it.”
Kevin's April 2nd message
- Chesterfield Observer March 20, 2019
- NBC 12’s Jasmine Turner requested an interview for the Chesterfield FOP's position regarding the Chesterfield officer accused of white nationalist ties.
- In case you missed it. Click here to listen to my appearance on WNTW The Answer.
- Chesterfield Observer February 27, 2019
"Kevin Carroll thinks it’s critical for the local GOP to be proactive, cultivate leaders and have them ready to step forward when senior elected officials leave office."
“Any organization that doesn’t build for the future sets itself up for failure,” he added. “You have to bring new people in. You get new ideas – the more people you have involved, the more brains you get together, the better off you’ll be.”
- Chesterfield Observer February 15, 2019
"To date, only one candidate has announced plans to run for the Matoaca District seat on the Board of Supervisors this November: Kevin Carroll, a retired Chesterfield police officer and current president of the Chesterfield Fraternal Order of Police. Carroll, a Republican, kicked off his campaign on Monday."
- My remarks at the Chesterfield Board of Supervisor Meeting January 23rd regarding the Smith track zoning case (16SN0694) that affects neighborhoods surrounding the Swift Creek reservoir. It is strongly opposed by members of the community surrounding this proposed development.
- NBC 12’s Jasmine Turner requested an interview regarding the VA State FOP’s support for Senator Chase’s hoax criminal activity bill.
- Chesterfield Observer January 2, 2019
"The key to making “tough decisions,” Carroll says, is maintaining open lines of communication with county residents.
“As a leader, you have to meet with people and listen to them to find out what they are thinking,” he adds. “When I look at the way things are being handled, I think I can do a better job.”
- Chesterfield Observer December 12, 2018
"Not everyone sees these policy shifts as common sense, though; some worry they could lead to a slippery slope and increased crime. Kevin Carroll, president of the county and state Fraternal Order of Police, contends Miles’ new policy directive usurps the authority of the Virginia legislature and attempts to decriminalize marijuana use in Chesterfield. “We don’t live in Colorado, D.C. or Washington state, and using marijuana is still against the law,” he says. “When we start down this road, what’s the next thing we don’t charge on?” Carroll thinks Chesterfield police officers should continue to “do their job and follow the law, regardless of what the commonwealth’s attorney does in court.” “I hope that will be the recommendation [Police Chief Jeffrey Katz] goes with,” he adds."