On November 19, 2022 Deputy Chief Greg Valandingham and Officer Brian Rednour represented the police department at our quadrennial review for re-accreditation. At the conclusion, the Commission awarded our police department our 7th consecutive accreditation award. Out of the sixty-seven agencies in attendance seeking accreditation our department was the sole recipient of the Excellence Award.
The members of the Fairfield Police Department are committed to resolving community concerns through effective use of problem-solving and communication skills. To find out more about the Fairfield Police Department, additional requirements for police officer candidates, and the benefits package offered by the City of Fairfield, read our latest Recruitment Brochure (PDF).
It is the mission of the Fairfield Police Department to "...work in partnership with the community to continuously provide a safe and secure environment in which to live, work and visit."
The first and most effective line of defense to avoid becoming a victim of crime is you.
The Fairfield Police Department reports criminal offenses to the Federal Bureau of Investigation under the Uniform Crime Reporting Program (UCR).
Read this message from the Fairfield Police Chief.
Residents have the option of obtaining services by completing and submitting online forms to the Fairfield Police Department.
When a person reports a crime or traffic accident to the Fairfield Police Department, a police officer responds to conduct a preliminary investigation and to file an official report.
Good security practices can save time and money and make your business less of a target for crime.
The City of Fairfield has established Chapter 725 of the Fairfield Code of Ordinances which requires that solicitors obtain a permit from the Police Department.
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