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About the Department
Our officers are dedicated to protecting the excellent quality of life we enjoy in our community. We continually seek to enhance our public service role and place a premium on having well-trained and licensed officers in a number of facets of law enforcement to better serve you.

Should you ever have any questions please don't hesitate to call us at 231-924-2100. We will be happy to discuss issues with you, whether they're regarding police procedure or concerns regarding the community as a whole. Our alliance with an informed community helps to assure a safe environment for all.

Mission Statement
To provide character and leadership to our community, to prevent and deter criminal behavior, to promote a safe, healthy and caring environment and to develop community relations and awareness toward local issues.

Vision Statement
As we move steadfastly into this most exciting millennium, we embrace the lessons learned from the past, always cognizant of utilizing these lessons toward the development of an enriched future for our citizens. Ever mindful that justice is blind, we extend equality to all in an effort to solidify our position as a police department based first on service. Our professionalism will carry us through times of public scrutiny, and that professionalism will be the beacon that illuminates our path towards the objectives and ideals that we will constantly strive to achieve. To be the standard for which all may choose to follow, to provide assistance and direction to those in need, and above all to assure the guarantee that the rights of every one of our citizens to peaceful existence and a safe environment is absolutely inalienable.

We remain determined to hold these principles as our vision to the future and to serve this city in the spirit of cooperation borne to all its people.



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Fremont Police Department

The Fremont Police Department (FPD) is the primary law enforcement agency for the City of Fremont, Nebraska. With 39 full-time commissioned police officers, it is responsible for a population of 25,174 people and an area of 7.4 square miles.


FPD operates a four-person detective bureau with a Lieutenant commanding the unit.

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.

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Contact Us:

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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Police Department

Fremont Police Department

317 Wolf River Drive
PO Box 278
Fremont, WI  54940

Emergency: 911
Non-Emergency: (920) 446-2299
Email:[email protected]

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Please do not e-mail complaints! Call 911 for emergencies or 920-446-2299 for non-emergencies, complaints, or service.

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Mission Statement

The Mission Statement of the Fremont Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in the Village of Fremont by working cooperatively with the public to enforce the law, preserve the peace, reduce the fear of crime, and provide for a safe environment. The Fremont Police Department will strive to provide quality police services and promote a “partnership for a safer community” through police and citizen interaction, with emphasis on education, respect, fairness, and integrity.

Officer Involved Shooting - April 5, 2018 (Fremont Blvd. at Nicolet)

Suspect on Federal Probation for Robbery, Arrested for Robbery after Shooting at Victim and Witnesses

from Fremont Police Department · 5 days ago

On 9/23/21, at approximately 9:10 p.m., a victim was approached by two suspects as he parked his vehicle in the 35000 block of Adobe Dr. The suspects broke the victim’s car window and pointed a handgun at the driver. The suspects then stole high-end camera equipment from the victim before fleeing in a vehicle. Residents nearby exited their home after hearing the commotion. The victim and witnesses followed the suspect a short distance however the driver exited the suspect vehicle and fired his handgun at the victim and residents who had come outside. None of the victims were injured from the gunfire. The victim stated that he believed he was followed by the suspects after taking photographs in San Francisco.

Robbery/Homicide Detectives took over the investigation and identified the shooting suspect as a 35-year-old resident of Richmond. Through video surveillance, Detectives confirmed that the victim had been followed from San Francisco. Community Cameras also identified the suspect vehicle as it followed the victim into Fremont. Gun Violence Reduction Team (GVRT) Detectives initiated surveillance on the suspect and identified an associated location for him in Richmond. Detectives were able to obtain an arrest warrant for the suspect for 3 counts of attempt homicide, robbery, and conspiracy.

On 10/6/21, at approximately 12:15 p.m., GVRT Detectives located the suspect in Richmond. As Detectives attempted an arrest, he fled on foot but was quickly apprehended. He was arrested for his warrants and a loaded handgun was recovered during a search warrant at his residence. The suspect was booked at Santa Rita Jail where he remains in custody with no bail option.

The suspect is currently on Federal probation for a 2015 robbery where he robbed a photographer of high-end camera equipment in San Francisco. He has prior arrests for robbery with a firearm, robbery, possession of a loaded firearm, felon in possession of a firearm, assault with a deadly weapon on a peace officer/firefighter, assault with a deadly weapon, conspiracy, possession of a stolen vehicle, and possession of stolen property.

On 10/07/21, the District Attorney's Office charged the suspect with 2 counts of attempt homicide, 3 counts of assault with a deadly weapon (firearm) on a person, robbery, and various firearms charges and enhancements. He was arraigned on 10/08/21 with a plea hearing scheduled for 10/15/21.

Detectives are also continuing to work on identifying the second suspect.

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