Fairborn's Citizen's Patrol
The Fairborn Citizen's Patrol (FCP) was established in 2005. The FCP is made up of a group of citizen volunteers who have dedicated their time to assist the Fairborn Police Department and the community in which they live.
Four weeks of classes are taught at the Fairborn Police Department in three-hour sessions. Upon successful completion of the course, members are issued their uniforms and equipment. Members of the Fairborn Citizen's Patrol are not armed and do not have arrest powers.
A person wearing a vest which reads, "Community Support, Metropolitan Police."
- Members are requested to spend an average of 16 hours per month doing various duties within the department. Members of the FCP perform many duties which include:
- Assisting at special events
- Assisting in the Records Bureau
- Being available for emergency call-outs when required
- Delivering council packets
- Park patrols
A Fairborn Citizen's Patrol member must:
- Be 21 years of age, unless waived by the Chief
- Possess a valid Ohio Driver's License
- Possess a high school diploma or G.E.D.
- Pass a background check administered by the Fairborn Police Department
Any questions about the Fairborn Citizen's Patrol program should be directed to Sgt. Ben Roman ext. 273