Fremont Police Department

  • Agency: Fremont Police Department
  • Address: 2000 Stevenson Blvd, Fremont, 94538 CA
  • Chief: Craig Steckler (Chief of Police)
Phone: (510) 790-6800

Fremont Police Department is located at 2000 Stevenson Blvd, Fremont, 94538 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Craig Steckler. The Fremont Police Department phone number is (510) 790-6800.

Fremont Police Department News

Meet Jack 🐈! Jack got lost and needs to find his family. Jack was found by a concerned community member on Monday, June 25, at the Union City Starbucks on Mission Blvd near the Hayward/Union City border. Jack is very friendly and the community member feared he was going to be hit by a car and brought him to the Tri-City Animal Shelter. Jack is a mature, neutered male and he was wearing a blue cloth collar with a heart shaped tag. The name tag included his name ‘Jack,’ along with a local phone number that has unfortunately been disconnected. Jack is a very sweet cat and we think his family misses him. Help us get Jack 🏡 with his family! City of Union City, California Union City Police Department Hayward Police Department City of Hayward - Government Jack is at the Tri-City Animal Shelter, located at 1950 Stevenson Blvd. the shelter is open Thursday and Friday from 12 noon - 5 pm.

Sketch released of suspect in June 21 early morning residential burglary and indecent exposure incident. Detectives are investigating and seeking the help of our community in an early morning residential burglary and indecent exposure incident that occurred in the area of Stevenson Blvd. and Omar St. On June 21, 2018, at 2:20 a.m., Fremont Dispatchers received a 911 call reporting an in-progress residential burglary on Andromeda Circle. When officers arrived at the scene they learned the suspect had also exposed himself to the victim. Sometime between approximately 2:00 a.m. – 2:15 a.m., an unknown male suspect entered the side yard of the residence and then through an unlocked rear glass sliding door to gain entry into the house. An 18 year old female resident was awoken to the sound of the suspect inside the residence. She opened her eyes to see the male completely naked standing near her bedroom doorway and masturbating. The victim screamed to alert the other occupants and the suspect immediately fled the residence on foot. The victim described the suspect as a white male, possibly mixed race with olive skin in his early 20's, about 5'05" - 5'06" and weighing approximately 160 lbs. He had dirty brown colored hair kept in a fade style haircut (possibly a #1 cut on the side and a #2 cut on the top). The suspect was described as athletic but not muscular and had a tattoo on his left arm at or just below his bicep. It was a thin green ring or band encircling the lower left portion of his bicep. She described the tattoo as being similar to barbed wire or rose stem with thorns. A Fremont Police Detective worked with the victim to develop a composite sketch of the suspect, which is attached. Anyone with information about this case is asked to please contact Detective M. Collins at or call 510-790-6900. We will also accept anonymous tips. Text TIP FREMONTPD followed by your message to 888-777, or submit the tip online

Fireworks are not permitted for use in Fremont Fremont’s public safety departments would like to remind Fremont residents, businesses and visitors that the sale, possession, and use of all fireworks are banned within the City of Fremont. This ban includes the “safe and sane” variety of fireworks that are legal in some other cities. The ban, in effect since December 1986, has helped reduce the number of injuries, wildland fires, and structure fires caused by fireworks in the city of Fremont.� Fire and Police resources will be on patrol in Fremont during the peak times of concern to maintain an active vigilance against fireworks use. In California, possession of illegal fireworks is considered a misdemeanor, which is punishable by a fine of not less than $500 or more than $1,000, or by imprisonment in a county jail for up to one year. If you are found to be in possession of a sufficient amount of illegal fireworks, you may be guilty of a felony and punished by a fine up to $5,000 and/or imprisonment in a state prison or county jail. Parents may be held liable for any damages or injuries caused by their children’s use of illegal fireworks. To report illegal firework use, call the Fremont Police Department Dispatch Center at 510-790-6800 x3. Please be extremely careful during the Fourth of July holiday season and throughout the summer months with all outdoor activities. The abundance of dry grass and brush in the area has created an extremely dangerous fire condition. Have a happy and safe 4th of July. Fremont Fire Department City of Fremont, CA Government

Several cooling centers will be open in the Tri-City area today. #HeatAdvisory #StayCoolFremont! 😎 ☀️ 💧

‪Friends Don’t Make Friends Wait In Hot Cars - Please don’t leave pets or family members in vehicles. ‬ ‪Today’s hot temperatures will turn the inside of a car deadly, within just a few minutes. ‬

‪The Tri-City Animal Shelter has several dogs waiting for new forever friends. Stop by the shelter (1950 Stevenson Blvd.) today 12 pm - 5 pm or Saturday 11 am - 4 pm. ‬ ‪The Tri-City Animal Shelter serves the communities of Fremont, Newark, Union City and San Leandro. City of Fremont, CA Government Newark Police Department, California Union City Police Department San Leandro Police Department

Road work at the intersection of Fremont Blvd and Decoto RD.

Updated information released from Union City Police Department in the officer involved shooting that occurred in last night.

It’s SAFE KIDS DAY at Oracle Arena this Saturday, June 23rd…and there will be HUNDREDS of FREE booster seats and bike helmets to give away! Fremont Police personnel and volunteers will be joining forces with our Safe Kids Partners to help make sure some of our littlest vehicle passengers are safe! Come on out and join the fun!! Details: Saturday 6/23 at Oracle Arena / Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Safety Fair: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Booster Seat Distribution: 9 a.m. to Noon o 500 free helmets (first come/first served) o 500 free booster seats – Families MUST preregister using web link Registration deadline: WEDNESDAY 6/20!) o Fun AND educational for the whole family Some hard facts: Did you know that more than 95% of all children’s car seats are installed and used incorrectly in Alameda County? And that children seated in a booster seat in the back seat of the car are 45% less likely to be injured in a crash than children using a seat belt alone? Big kids use belt positioning booster seats (often just called boosters) to stay safe in cars. Even though they might try to convince you otherwise, kids who have outgrown their car seats are just not ready for a seat belt alone. Here are a few tips to make sure your child is safe in a booster seat: Top Tips for Using Booster Seats • A booster seat provides a step between a car seat with a harness and a seat belt alone. It boosts the child for a safer and more comfortable fit of the adult seat belt. • Make sure your child has outgrown the weight or height limits allowed in the forward-facing car seat. He must also be mature enough to ride without a harness. What does “mature enough” mean? He needs to stay in the booster seat the entire ride with the seat belt properly fitted across the shoulder and below the hips. • When your child is seated in the booster seat, make sure the lap and shoulder belts fit. The seat belt must lie flat across your child’s chest, on the bony part of the shoulder and low on the hips or upper thighs. • Do not place the shoulder belt under the child’s arm or behind the child’s back. • Older kids get weighed and measured less often than babies, so check your child’s growth a few times a year. For most kids, they will be between ages 8 to 12 years old before they are ready for the seat belt alone. • Be sure you ask about booster use if your child is in a carpool. So, spread the word to your friends and family!! We hope to see you on Saturday!

Fremont officers were involved in the officer involved shooting that occurred in Union City last night. The Union City Police Department is the lead investigating agency. We will share updates and information as it becomes available by UCPD.

😃 Happy National Garfield 😸 Day! Did you know getting your furry friends licensed at the Tri-City Animal Shelter will help get lost 🐱 🐶 back 🏡 To find out more about getting your pets licensed by visiting us at

Today Fremont Police Department is a proud supporter of the Special Olympics. We carried the Flame of Hope” through our city to continue its journey to the Special Olympics Northern California Summer Games in Sacramento. Over 97,000 law enforcement members carry the “Flame of Hope” through their respective jurisdictions each year. The flame symbolizes courage and celebration of diversity uniting communities around the globe. We like to say thank you to all of our supporters and hope to see you next year.

‪Traffic Advisory - Update - The road reopened sooner than expected. Original message: Niles Canyon is closed in both directions due to an injury rollover collision in the eastbound lanes near Polomares Canyon Rd. Call came in at 3:09 pm. Closure anticipated 3 hours for debris cleanup. ‬ ‪No further details at this time.

Earlier today we were invited to a celebration of Eid ul Fitr – the festive Islamic holiday which marks the end of Ramadan. As part of the celebration, our department and members of the community commemorated #FlagDay by raising the 🇺🇸 and 🎤 our national anthem. A 🌳 planting ceremony and recognition of Chief Lucero for his dedicated years of service to our community rounded out the 🌞. We were joined by 🔥 Chief Curtis Jacobson and many others from our community. Fremont Fire Department

🐶 Found Dog 🐕 This sm-med male retriever mix was found in the area of Jason Way/Parrish near Fremont Blvd. at approximately 11:20 am today and brought in to the Tri-City Animal Shelter. He was a little squirmy, so we couldn’t get a great photo. He is wearing a light blue collar, but does not have a tag. We’ll check for a microchip tomorrow.

‪Traffic Officer Hartman was honored to help raise the flag during closing ceremonies for the Niles Centerville Little League on Saturday.

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Our local Special Olympics Northern California athletes brought out their 🥇🥈🥉 come check them out. Officers are taking orders and ready to serve you Chili's Grill & Bar

‪😳 When an active ‘bullfight’ comes out over the radio .. meetings take pause and everyone listens for the next update! Patrol Officers and Animal Services rushed to the scene (Mission/Castro area) and this is what they found. Luckily the owner arrived and helped MOOve the two back to their property. ‬ ‪The owner was cited ($100 muni-code violation ea. bull) and will be responsible for repairs and damages as well as ensuring their fence/gate is secure so the bulls can’t get out again.

🐱 Foster kitten meeting this Saturday The Tri-City Animal Shelter is in need of foster families for 🐱 kittens. If you or someone you know is interested in fostering, please attend our meeting on Saturday, June 2 at 11:00 a.m. to learn how you can help. The meeting will be held at the Tri-City Animal Shelter, located at 1950 Stevenson Blvd. 🐾

‪Today we honor, remember and share our gratitude to the fallen heroes who have made the ultimate sacrifice to protect our Country. Thank you. #MemorialDay2018‬

PARK WISELY! We are pleased to announce that over the next two weeks, we will be conducting targeted parking enforcement. Parking violations are one of the most common complaints and frustrations we hear about in Fremont. While we don’t have a parking enforcement unit, we do have very dedicated Community Service Officers who in between their regular duties, try to respond to all of the complaints in a timely manner. Starting Sunday, May 27 and continuing through the end of the following week, we will conduct targeted parking enforcement throughout the City of Fremont. Most violations carry a $63 fine for the first offense, and for the 2nd offense of same violation (within 12 months), the penalty is doubled ($123). And the 3rd offense of same violation within 12 months, the penalty is five times the original amount ($303). In response to feedback and common complaints, these are some of the sections we’ll be targeting our enforcement efforts around over the next two weeks: · If your vehicle registration is expired, keep it off public roadways until renewed, or you can be cited. And, if registration is expired over 6 months, a vehicle can be towed…immediately. · 22514 CVC – Fire hydrant parking (“No person shall stop, park, or leave standing any vehicle within 15 feet of a fire hydrant…”). The curb is SOMETIMES painted red, but most of the time it is not. So, please steer clear of all hydrants! · 10.05.630 FMC – No Stopping Any Time Check for signs posted in area. Just because other vehicles are parked there, doesn’t mean it’s okay! · 18.183.180 (G) FMC – Vehicles over 20’ in length (or vehicle/trailer over 20’ combined) are prohibited on residential streets. Unattached boats/trailers also prohibited on city streets AND on private property if in public view. While we like feedback on Facebook, we ask that if you have a specific parking complaint you’d like us to look into, please email or fill out the traffic complaint form on our web-site at - Thank you! #StaySafeFremont

Come out and cheer on your favorite team in the Burger Throw Down happening now at the Burger and Brew Fest in Downtown Fremont! 🍔 👮🏾‍♀️👮🏻