With reverence for human life and the highest degree of ethical and professional conduct, the Fairfield Police Department will, while working in partnership and as guided by the Constitution, safeguard the lives and property of the people we serve, enforce the law and reduce harm to make our community safe for all.
Department Goals - Reducing Harm
1. Reduce crime, homelessness and fear of crime
2. Increase trust and community engagement
3. Strengthen regional partnerships
4. Strengthen personnel resiliency and wellness
5. Increase multi-model safety – (walking, cycling, automobile safety)
To Reach Communications Dispatch
- 9-1-1 Emergency Number
To report crimes in progress, medical emergencies, and fire
- 707.428.7373 7-Digit Emergency Number
To connect directly to Fairfield's Communications Dispatch using your cell phone
- 707.428.7300 Non-Emergency Number
To request an officer for a non-emergency situation
Start an online crime report* at:Online Crime Reporting Page
*For harassing phone calls, lost property, theft, and vandalism
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1000 Webster Street
Fairfield, CA 94533
O | 707.428.7362
F | 707.428.7576
Monday - Friday*
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
*Closed 1st & 3rd Fridays
The Fairfield Police Department provides 24-hour law enforcement services within the City. These services include traffic enforcement, criminal investigations, accident investigations, animal control, and safety programs.
The Fairfield Police Department preforms a comprehensive review of their policy and procedures every five years. To view the most recent Policy and Procedures Manual, please click here.
The Fairfield Police Department also has specialty units consisting of canine, special response team (SWAT), and bike patrol. The Law Center is a consolidated facility that consists of the City of Fairfield Police Department and Tele-Communications Center; and the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office and Jail.
Many individuals aspire to become police officers, The National Police Officer Selection Test (called POST or NPOST) is an entry-level written test to gauge mental skills, basic intelligence and education level in police applicants. If interested in a law enforcement career, you may view an online study guide and practice tests (PDF).
Fairfield, CA Police Department
On Saturday, July 27, 2018, Chief Steve Maynard and Sgt. Kevin Rednour represented the police department at our triennial review for re-accreditation. At the conclusion, the Commission approved the award of Advanced Accreditation with Excellence, and the Meritorious Award for 15 years of continuous accreditation for the Fairfield Police Department.
The members of the Fairfield Police Department are committed to resolving community concerns through effective use of problem-solving and communication skills.
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).
Message From the Chief
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.
Safety Tips for Businesses
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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The Fairfield Police Department remains dedicated to maintaining a safe community and strives to achieve that mission through Professionalism, Honor and Excellence.
Law Enforcement in Fairfield began in 1661 when the Town Marshall was appointed. Throughout the years, the Town Marshall eventually became the Town Constable and the position was elected rather than appointed. In 1926, the shooting of Constable Hezekiah Elwood prompted the drafting of an ordinance creating the Fairfield Police Department. In 1930, the ordinance was overwhelmingly passed and the Fairfield Police Department was organized under the leadership of its first chief, Arthur J. Bennett. The original Police Department consisted of 7 officers. The Fairfield Police Department now employs 108 Sworn Police Officers, approximately 100 authorized Special Agents, 15 Telecommunicators, 4 Animal Control Officers, 7 Marina Guards, 6 full-time and several part-time civilian personnel. The department is organized into several divisions/bureaus, each performing separate and vital functions within the department.
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