Fort Fairfield Police Department 
18 Community Center Drive
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FORT FAIRFIELD, ME 04742-0350
   
Emergency: (207) 532-5400 OR 911
Dispatch location:
Dept. of Public Safety- Houlton, ME


Non-Emergency
(207) 472-3808

Full-time Officers:
Officer Jesse J. Cormier
Officer Isaac Wipperman 


Part-time Officers
Officer Cody Fenderson
Officer Barrett Fisher
Officer Jon Stewart
Officer Erick Bechtel                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         
                                                    

Chief of Police: Matthew E. Cummings
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Office direct: 472-7808 (Non-emergency)
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Application for Employment


Our Police Department lobby contains 24/7 access to unwanted prescription drug disposal as well as a sharps disposal kiosk. 

Animal Shelter Services are being provided by the Central Aroostook Humane Society.


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Special Needs Registry:
Autism Registry Form
At-Risk Wanderer/Alzheimers Registry Form


Related Police Department Links:
List of Titles, Maine Revised Law and Statutes -https://legislature.maine.gov/statutes/search.htm
Wildlife & Fisheries - http://www.maine.gov/ifw
Officer Down Memorial - http://www.odmp.org/
National Highway Transportation Safety Administration - http://nhtsa.gov/
National Amber Alert - http://www.amberalert.gov/
Aroostook County Sheriff’s Office - http://aroostook.me.us
Maine Sex Offender Registry - http://sor.informe.org/sor/
Maine State Police - http://www.maine.gov/dps/msp/
Maine Criminal Justice Academy - http://www.maine.gov/dps/mcja/



Our Mission:

We, the members of the Fort Fairfield Police Department, in partnership with our community, pledge to enhance the quality of life in the Town of Fort Fairfield by ensuring; the protection of life and property, the preservation of peace, the protection of individual rights, and the reduction of crime. We will accomplish this mission by providing the highest degree of ethical and professional police services while maintaining the trust, understanding, and confidence of the citizens of Fort Fairfield.
Our Values:
Our mission will be accomplished while remaining dedicated to the following principles:
Respect:
We will honor the individual worth and contributions of each member of our organization and community.
Integrity:
We will not compromise our moral and ethical principles.
Accountability:
We will accept responsibility for our decisions and actions.
Honesty:
We will be forthright and truthful.
Fairness:
We will treat everyone in an equitable and dignified manner.
Empathy:
We will be sensitive to the needs and feelings of others and to the diversity of our community. 



Fort Fairfield Police Department
Community/ Neighborhood Concern Form
USE THIS FORM TO NOTIFY THE POLICE DEPARTMENT OF RECURRING PROBLEMS IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD.  YOU MAY ALSO REPORT PROBLEMS, BY CALLING OUR NON-EMERGENCY NUMBER AT 472-3808.

DO NOT USE THIS FORM TO REPORT AN EMERGENCY OR A SPECIFIC CRIME.  IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY, CALL 9-1-1IMMEDIATELY.  IF YOU HAVE A NON-EMERGENCY SITUATION THAT REQUIRES IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE, CALL 472-3808.

The more information you can give us, the greater our opportunity to successfully address your concerns.  Please provide sufficient information to describe the situation, including a specific address or location, specific times when the problem is occurring or more likely to occur, how long the situation has been occurring, person(s) involved, if known, and, if the Police Department has been previously notified about the situation and the employee who was notified, if known.
If the problem you report is the responsibility of another City department, the information you provide will be forwarded to them. 

Your name and e-mail address are required to submit this form but will not be released.  They requested for the express and sole purpose of enabling us to communicate any action we take regarding your request for services and to enable us to contact you in the event that more information is required for us to effectively respond to your situation.

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Fort Fairfield Police Department
Commendations & Complaints
How to Commend Police Employees:
Everyone appreciates recognition when they do a good job. Fort Fairfield Police officers and police employees are no different. Each year, the Police Department receives many thank you letters, notes, or cards from members of the community. However, there are probably many more commendable acts or deeds that go unnoticed.

When you receive service from our Department that you feel is worthy of recognition, we would like to hear from you. You may write or call the Fort Fairfield Police Department:

Fort Fairfield Police Department
Office of the Chief of Police
18 Community Center Dr.
Fort Fairfield, ME 04742
Phone: (207) 472-3808

You can also E-mail the Chief of Police This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please include all the information you can remember such as the employee's name, date, time, and a brief explanation of the event. The employee will be notified of your acknowledgment and/or gratitude and it will be recorded in his/her personnel file. In addition, notes, cards, or letters may also be mailed directly.


How to Make a Complaint:
If you wish to make a complaint about the actions of an employee or about any aspect of our law enforcement operation, please:

Come to the department and tell any employee that you want to make a complaint; or call the department or the town manager’s office and tell the person answering the phone that you want to make a complaint; or write your complaint and mail it to the Chief of Police.

A supervisory employee will assist you in filling out the Administrative Complaint form. This form asks you to identify yourself and then to give specific details about your complaint.

Your complaint will then be investigated. You may be contacted and asked additional questions about your complaint.

If the investigation of your complaint is going to take a long time, you will receive a letter telling you approximately when you may expect a reply.

When your complaint has been investigated, the Chief of Police will review the investigation and will write you a letter explaining what has been found out about the matter.