Fremont Police Department
The Fremont Police Department (FPD) is the primary law enforcement agency for the City of Fremont, Nebraska. With 39 full-time police officers and 10 support staff members, the department is responsible for a population of 27,370 people and a land area of 10.67 square miles.
FPD operates a five-person detective bureau.
In addition to sworn police officers, dispatch, and office personnel; the Fremont Police Department has community service officers, a school resource officer, a mental health co-responder, an Emergency Response Unity (ERU), and the III Corps Drug Task Force.
In addition to sworn police officers, dispatch, and office personnel, the Fremont Police Department has School Resource Officers, an Emergency Response Unit (ERU), and the III Corps Drug Task Force.
If you would like to contact us with a complaint, compliment or concern, you may do so by calling 402-727-2677 any time day or night. Ask to speak with a Supervisor and that Supervisor will direct your information to the proper individual. You may also keep up with our agency's activities and helpful tips by following us on our Fremont Police Department Facebook page.
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