About the Police Department
- Mail: 70 W. Hebble
Fairborn, Oh 45324
- Phone: (937) 754-3067
- Fax: (937) 754-3070
- Contact: Chief Terry Barlow
- Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30
Mon - Fri (Admin)
- EMERGENCY Dial 9-1-1
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Quick Contact Information
Administration (937) 754-3067
Patrol and Community Relations (937) 754-3067
D.A.R.E. (937) 754-3106
Detectives (937) 754-3068
Dispatch/Jail (937) 754-3000
Records (937) 754-3072
The Fairborn Police Department is dedicated to providing a safe and secure environment through quality service to all persons. Essential to the success of this mission is the effective and efficient use of all resources available to the organization.
We, the members of the Fairborn Police Department, will strive to meet the highest nationally recognized standards for law enforcement organizations to ensure our “commitment to excellence”.
We will be progressive and proactive in our efforts to work with our community and provide “service with integrity”.
Integrity – High moral character in all we do.
Dedication – Commitment to the police profession.
Fairness – Impartial treatment of all persons.
Courage – To do the right thing.
Excellence – Continuous improvement
Service – Service before self
About the Fairborn Police Department
The Fairborn Police Department is comprised of the Chief of Police, two Captains, seven Sergeants, five detectives, twenty-five officers, ten Dispatcher and four civilian support personnel. The Police Department consists of two divisions:
Patrol – Responsible for patrolling City roadways and interstate highways; responds to criminal and non-criminal complaints; enforces traffic violations and investigates traffic crashes. Interacts with citizens and neighborhoods utilizing a community policing effort. The Patrol Captain oversees the uniformed patrol officers, property room and civilian volunteer program.
Detective – Investigates all Part I felonies and Part II crimes requiring further follow-up. Detectives are also responsible for background investigations of new police officers and dispatchers; contribute two officers to the Greene County Drug Task Force, along with providing a polygraph operator for the Police Department. The Juvenile Detective works closely with the school system, Children’s Services, and other Greene County agencies in regard to child abuse cases. The Detective Captain supervises the Criminal Intelligence Unit, the Records Section, Communications Center, and physical plant maintenance.