The Fairfield Police Department's Crime
Prevention Unit, located in the Department's Support Services Division, employs the services of Crime
Prevention Specialists to operate multiple comprehensive crime prevention
programs listed below. Crime Prevention Specialists also provide valuable crime
prevention information and training that empowers the community to combat crime
As a community member, you can show your support for keeping crime out of the City of Fairfield by visiting the Police Department's "What Can You Do?" page.
Business and merchant related crime prevention assists community business owners and managers in combating fraud and scams that affect businesses. Additionally, the Crime Prevention Unit offers tips and strategies for asset protection and employee safety.
The Crime Free Multi-Housing Program is a three-phase program
designed with an emphasis of keeping illegal activity out of rental property and
supporting a "crime free" environment. The City of Fairfield is the first city
in Solano County to embrace and implement this successful international crime
prevention program for multi-family apartment communities and hotel businesses
General crime prevention information and safety tips presented by a Crime Prevention Specialist. We will tailor a crime prevention presentation to your needs or offer a general crime prevention safety presentation for adults.
A child fingerprinting operation, now completing it's 30th year of service, that focuses on providing parents and guardians of children with their child's fingerprints and a current photograph for positive ID information.
Neighborhood Watch is program where neighbors and residents in single family homes join together in partnership with the Fairfield Police Department to increase neighborhood safety. Using designated block captains, the program unites the community, increases neighborhood cohesion, improves crime reporting through increased surveillance. It is a valuable program that prevents and reduces crime.
Parent Project Junior Loving Solutions is a parent training program specifically for parents of strong-willed children ages 5-12. The program is taught in a 9-week series of classes that address behaviors such as: severe family conflict, poor school attendance, low school performance, negative peer associations, disrespect, and violence. Visit www.parentproject.com.
Officer Johnathan Reed