Fayetteville Police Department

  • Agency: Fayetteville Police Department
  • Address: 467 Hay St, Fayetteville, 28301 NC
  • Chief: Tom Bergamine (Chief of Police)
Phone: 910-433-1529

Fayetteville Police Department is located at 467 Hay St, Fayetteville, 28301 NC. The Chief of Police of the department is Tom Bergamine. The Fayetteville Police Department phone number is 910-433-1529.

Fayetteville Police Department News

Chief Gina V Hawkins and members of the #FayPD were honored to attend the 25th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Prayer Breakfast. Thank you to the Fayetteville Cumberland County Ministerial Council for a wonderful event and to Governor Roy Cooper for your words of wisdom and acknowledging our very own Chief Gina V. Hawkins. The theme of this year’s breakfast was “One Nation: One People: One Community” and your #FayPD works to embody this every day in our community. #LoveONE #OneAgencyOneCommunityOneFamilyONE

Thank you for this wonderful opportunity to be a part of the #2018MLKJrParade in the City of Fayetteville, NC Government. We had a great time today and were able to meet a lot of our new young friends. Thank you for your continued support and the love for our community. Chief Gina V Hawkins and the #FayPD looks forward to building more relationships in our city and making Fayetteville the best in NC. #LoveONE #OneAgencyOneCommunityOneFamilyONE

K9 Nero is at the MLK Parade and is getting tips from Officer Boyd on how to safely ride the motorcycle.

Last year in North Carolina, 177 people were killed in crashes involving a distracted driver and an estimated additional 26,962 were injured. North Carolina law bans all cell phone use, both handheld and hands-free, for bus drivers and all drivers under the age of 18 years old, and bans texting and emailing for drivers of all ages. While anything that takes your eyes off the road, hands off the wheel, or mind off the task of driving is a hazard, there is heightened concern about the risks of texting while driving because it combines all three types of distraction – visual, manual, and cognitive. Distracted driving is any activity that diverts attention from driving, including talking or texting on your phone, eating and drinking, talking to people in your vehicle, fiddling with the stereo, entertainment or navigation system—anything that takes your attention away from the task of safe driving. Texting is the most alarming distraction. Sending or reading a text takes your eyes off the road for 5 seconds. At 55 mph, that's like driving the length of an entire football field with your eyes closed. You cannot drive safely unless the task of driving has your full attention. Any non-driving activity you engage in is a potential distraction and increases your risk of crashing.

Celebrate responsibly tonight and this weekend. It's simple, if you're drinking, don't drive. #BeSmarterThanThat, #DriveSafely, & #ArriveAlive. Have a plan before you go. Already out and need help getting a ride? Visit from your smart phone.

On 12/26/2017, just one day after Christmas, a victim returned to her home and discovered that someone had broken in and stole five of her rare breed cats. The victim was devastated and in distress over the situation not knowing if her cats were in danger or would be left out in the cold inclement weather. The victim immediately contacted #FayPD to report the break in and theft. Once detectives with FayPD learned about the incident, they began to investigate the case. Through an extensive two day investigation, Detectives Z. Pittman, M. Quillen, and T. Chidichimo were able to reunite the cats back with their mother and their fur-ever home. The FayPD family is happy to state that the cats are safe and sound and where they belong. #OneAgencyOneCommunityOneFamilyONE

K9 Capra conducting some burned accelerant clothing line up. When Capra gets into odor he stays with it until he receives his reward.

Are you leaving town this weekend?? Did you know we offer a FREE House Check and Party Check Program? Well we do! Visit FayPD.com and click on "Request a House/Party Check" to submit info today! While you're out of town, Officers will conduct security checks of your property as call volume allows. If you're submitting information for a party check, Officers will conduct extra patrols in your area, as call volume permits, to deter criminal activity in the area. #CrimePrevention is a shared responsibility and we must all do our part to #PreventCrime.

Thank you for your service and dedication to Operation Ceasefire!

Take a look at Fayetteville / Cumberland County CrimeStoppers' latest Most Wanted Ad!

Detectives with our Aggravated Assault Unit continue to seek the public's assistance locating Chrishawn Johnson, 23 years of age, who has outstanding warrants for his arrest. If you have information call 911, Detective Watson at 910-303-9554, or Fayetteville / Cumberland County CrimeStoppers at 910-483-TIPS. Crimestoppers information can also be submitted at fay-nccrimestoppers.org, or by downloading the P3Tips App on your mobile device.

Way to go #FayPD Officer Bell!

Suspect Arrested for Multiple Sexual Related Crimes Detectives with the Fayetteville Police Department’s Youth Services Division have charged and arrested a suspect in connection with sexual abuse that occurred between 1996 and 2008. Detectives began investigating these allegations in October 2017, after a victim notified the FPD of the sexual abuse. On October 27, 2017, Detectives were notified that Glenn Collins (B/M, 51 years of age) had sexually abused four (4) different minor children during the years spanning from 1996 to 2008. The victims were known to the Collins at the time of the offenses when he was a pastor of a church in east Fayetteville. Detectives have charged Glenn Collins with the following: • 12 counts of 1st Degree Rape • 5 counts of 1st Degree Sexual Offense • 5 counts of 2nd Degree Rape • 3 counts of 2nd Degree Sexual Offense • 9 counts of Statutory Rape • 6 counts of Statutory Sexual Offense • 32 counts of Indecent Liberties with a Child • 25 counts of Child Sexual – Sexual Activity • 39 counts of Sexual Activity by a Parent • 2 counts of Crimes Against Nature • 2 counts of Sexual Battery • 1 count of Attempted 2nd Degree Sexual Offense • 1 count of Attempted Crimes Against Nature Glenn Collins surrendered to law enforcement on Monday evening and was processed at the Cumberland County Detention Center, where he remains this evening on $3.75 million secured bond. Anyone who has information related to these or other crimes involving this offender is asked to please contact Detective T. Huggins, who is the lead detective in this investigation at 910-303-5470 or Sergeant P. Smith at 910-433-1851. If you, or you believe someone you know, is or has been the victim of sexual abuse, you are asked to contact Detectives with the Fayetteville Police Department at the telephone numbers listed above or Fayetteville / Cumberland County CrimeStoppers at (910) 483-TIPS (8477). Crimestoppers information can also be submitted electronically by visiting http://fay-nccrimestoppers.org and completing the anonymous online tip sheet, or by downloading the FREE “P3 Tips” app available for Apple devices in the Apple App Store and available for Android devices in Google Play.

#FayPD is proud of the great work of Operation Ceasefire and all they do to help our community! #OneAgencyOneCommunityOneFamilyONE

ALWAYS REMEMBER "If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is." Don't fall victim to a telephone scam. If an unsolicited phone call sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Don't provide any personal information, and HANG UP! - Ignore pleas and pitches of anyone on the other end of an unsolicited phone call, including sales people, "charities," and even companies you already do business with. You have no way to confirm who is on the other end of the phone. Remember -- The name and number showing up on your caller ID can be spoofed. - Tell them nothing! They're hunting for information. Don't confirm your address, phone number, social security number, or any other personal information over the telephone during unsolicited calls. Again, you have no way to confirm who you are actually talking to. - If the caller says they're from your bank, credit card company, or another company you do business with, tell them you will call them directly and then hang up. Don't accept any phone number to call they give you and don’t call them back using the phone number on your caller ID. Look up the number yourself using a past billing statement. - Slow down & think! Fraudsters like to create false deadlines, or threaten immediate legal action, so you don't have time to think. If you begin feeling pressured, just hang up. - Check out a charity before you give. Ask how much of your donation actually goes to the charity. Ask the caller for a website address so you can make an informed decision without being pressured, rushed, or guilted into it. - NEVER send cash by messenger, overnight mail, or money transfer. If you use cash or a money transfer — rather than a credit card — you may lose your right to dispute fraudulent charges. The money will be gone. - After you hang up, you can file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission by visiting https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/#crnt&panel1-1.

Suspect Arrested in Homicide On January 8, 2018, the US Marshals Service with the assistance of the Sampson Country Sheriff’s Office arrested Jalyn Phillips. Phillips was charged in relation to the fatal shooting that occurred at 690 South Reilly Road on Saturday, August 26, 2017. Detectives with the FPD’s Homicide Unit charged Jalyn La-Scott Phillips (B/M, 19 years of age) and Izaiah Jamal Blue (B/M, 20 years of age) with 1st Degree Murder, Attempted 1st Degree Murder, Assault with a Deadly Weapon Intent to Kill Inflicting Serious Injury (AWDWIKISI), Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon and Felonious Conspiracy to Commit Robbery. Phillips and Blue both remain at the Cumberland County Detention Center, where they are currently being held without bond. Blue was arrested on November 8, 2017 by the US Marshals Service with the assistance of the Sampson County Sheriff’s Office. There is no additional information to release.

Update: Camden Road is now reopened. TRAFFIC ALERT: Vehicle Accident near the intersection of Camden Road and Whitfield Street. A vehicle collided with a pole after a traffic collision. Camden Rd will be closed as crews work to repair the utility pole. Drivers are in good condition, received minor injuries.

With the weather being warmer from a cold weekend, K-9 Hector and K-9 Kyra take some time out of their busy workdays to play on he agility equipment. Let’s hope the warmer weather stays for a while!

Third Suspect Arrested in Human Trafficking Investigation. Full Details -- > https://goo.gl/H9NUQL

K9 Kyra asks everyone that has pets to please know they also get cold. Please bring your pets inside at night or make sure they have a shelter and something to stay warm with. #StayWarm