Police & Citizens Working Together
The Fairborn Police Advisory Council (FPAC) collaborates with the Fairborn Community and the Police Department to provide excellent police services in the City of Fairborn. The FPAC exists to serve all citizens of Fairborn. No suggestions or ideas are too small for our attention.
- Call the Fairborn Police Department Administrative Bureau at 937-754-3067 to obtain the time and location of the next FPAC meeting.
- Submit ideas or suggestions in writing or stop by the Police Administrative Bureau for an "FPAC Community Action Request Form."
- Inquire about becoming a part of a Neighborhood Watch group in your area and/or attending the Citizen's Police Academy.
Does Your Community Live Up to Your Dream?
Do you live/work in a safe environment? Can we improve our partnership with the Fairborn Police Department to better serve our community? Persons living or working Fairborn and those who own homes or businesses are making a major investment in this community. Together, we want to ensure their safety. The FPAC is fostering a partnership with the Fairborn Police, and community members to make our community a better place to live, work and play.
Community Safety Checklist
- While the majority of neighborhoods in Fairborn are relatively safe, some of the following items might serve as a reminder to enhance safety in your neighborhood:
- Attempt to meet your neighbors, fellow residents, and coworkers. Be watchful of your surroundings.
- Be aware that Driving While Intoxicated (DUI) enforcement and speed enforcement are daily police activities.
- Call 911 ONLY in emergency situations. For non-emergency situations, please call 937-754-3000.
- Community policing means residents are asked to cooperate with police to prevent and reduce crime.
- Encourage youth involvement in crime prevention. They should report crimes to their parents.
- Ensure personally owned vehicles, if parked outside, are licensed and secured/locked.
- Ensure that you are aware of curfews and instruct children accordingly.
- Remove valuables from vehicles. It is safer to park vehicles in a garage.
- Report suspicious acts and unusual situations to authorities, when justified.
- Report vehicles that appear to be abandoned to the Fairborn Police Department.
- School children should contact the School Resource Officer: Officer Hern (HS), Officer Frederick (Baker), and Officer Zink (Intermediate), for public safety assistance at school.
- Support Drug Awareness Programs, such as D.A.R.E.
- Try to jog or walk with a friend in well-lit areas.
- Use outside lights at night if a lamp post is not near your house.
- When calling 911, remain as calm as possible, to provide accurate information to the Police Dispatcher.