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police people2Like many other cities in the Bay Area, Fremont has seen an outpouring of anger and grief in response to the police killing of George Floyd. Police Chief Kimberly Petersen immediately renounced this incident as both unjust and criminal. Our residents mourned and expressed their anger in a series of peaceful marches and demonstrations, joining the nation in protest of hundreds of years of racial injustices and inequalities across multiple systems including education, access to healthcare, and of course, policing. The City of Fremont has long been a leader in progressive policing practices and is committed to responding to this pivotal moment by working with the local Community to make changes that establish a shared vision of public safety that serves everyone equitably.   


Records Retention
Reporting: Racial Identification and Profiling Act of 2015
Training
Community Partnerships
Youth Engagement


Engage Fremont

The Fremont Police Department strives to serve our community and preserve the quality of life for all those whom we are sworn to protect. We are continuously motivated to improve as professionals and we will continue to listen and provide the highest standard service to our community. To learn more about past community dialogues or upcoming town hall meetings, please see our Engage Fremont Plan.


FAQs:

  • Accountability: Campaign Zero

    • Campaign Zero recently issued a Police Scorecard for the largest 100 cities in California. Fremont did not receive a passing grade. What is your reaction to that?

  • Accountability: Crime, Reporting, and Services

    • Does the Fremont Police Department provide services that focus on mental health?

    • How many calls for service and reports does the Fremont Police handle each year?

    • How many police reports does the City of Fremont Police Department take annually

    • What are the general 2019 crime statistics for the City of Fremont?

  • Accountability: General

    • Does the Fremont Police Department participate in the Military’s 1033 Surplus Program?

  • Accountability: Record Retention

    • Did the Fremont Police Department Destroy decades of records that would have been responsive to new requirements under SB1421?

  • Accountability: Training

    • Do Fremont Police Officers receive crisis intervention training?

    • Does the Fremont Police Department train on de-escalation?

  • transparency

    Visit our Public Transparency Portal for more information on departmental policies, HR memos, officer involved shootings (OIS), internal affairs and other incidents of public interests.

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The following sections are currently under construction.

  • Crime Reduction
  • Internal Affairs Policy and Oversight
  • Police Demographics
  • Recruitment and Hiring

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