Fairview Police Department

  • Agency: Fairview Police Department
  • Address: 203 E Central St, Fairview, 73737 OK
  • Chief: Robert Banks (Chief of Police)
Phone: 580-227-4444
Fax: 580-227-2110

Fairview Police Department is located at 203 E Central St, Fairview, 73737 OK. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert Banks. The Fairview Police Department phone number is 580-227-4444.

Fairview Police Department News

PSA: We have been receiving numerous calls regarding if Fairview is under evacuation. We have NO orders to evacuate at this time. Please watch your local news channels and social media for any updates. Thank you and be safe.

Attention!!!!!!!

PSA: At this time the City of Fairview is setting up with food and shelter at the Community Center located at the 100 block of East Broadway in Fairview for people that have been displaced due to being evacuated from the fires. The United Methodist Church located at 811 E. Elm in Fairview is also assisting with food for anyone that has been displaced due to the fires.

PSA: The Fairview Police Department has received multiple calls from concerned citizens regarding smoke in the air. We would like to notify the citizens of our emergency response area of multiple large fires in the area of Woodward County and Dewey County. These fires are beginning to carry smoke into our response area. There is no indication for concern in our area at this time. The Fairview Police Department would like to remind citizens of Major County that we are still currently in a county-wide burn ban. Citizens are reminded to not light any fire or deposit any burning substance onto a roadway from a vehicle. Due to high winds and extreme fire conditions, this could cause a hazard for the citizens and emergency responders in our area. The Fairview Police Department will keep all citizens informed in our area should any new information arise. Thank you for your consideration in this matter.

Anyone know who this dog belongs to? It is at Haworth's Vet.

Reminder--We will be testing the storm sirens in Fairview at noon today.

Good morning! This is just a reminder to be aware of scam calls and to never give out your personal and/or financial information to anyone over the phone. Our office has already received two calls this morning from Fairview residents stating they received a call from someone claiming to be the IRS. The caller threatens to have the residents arrested by local police. Please remember that this is a scam and the IRS will never contact you over the phone. As always, if we can help out in any way, don't hesitate to call us. Have a great day!!!!

PSA--We will be testing the storm sirens in Fairview at noon today.

We are looking for our animal traps that we have loaned out. Can anyone that has a trap that belongs to us, please drop them off behind the police department? We would really appreciate it Thanks! Have a safe and wonderful weekend!

Non-Emergency FPD GA: If anyone knows how to reach Elsie White, please have her contact the FPD at 227-4444. This is not an Emergency.

FPD PSA: Due to current weather conditions, the streets are very slick so PLEASE use caution!

FPD PSA: Due to current weather conditions, the road are very slick; PLEASE use caution!

Greetings, all. Since I haven't posted anything for a while, I figured now was a good time to do so. Our hearts, thoughts, and prayers go out to EVERYONE in Parkland, Florida, EVERYONE at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, and EVERYONE affected by the senseless violence the other day. I wish there was something I could say to dull the intense pain inflicted on so many. Have a great weekend, and PLEASE stay safe. Chief

Fairview Police Department has a male heeler found on 500 block of South 2nd street. White with black specks and solid black ears. If anyone knows who it belongs to, please contact the Police department. 227-4444 Thanks!

I hope everyone is having a great afternoon. SOMETIMES we (the Police Department) may have to chat about things that are not very popular, but ***sigh***....we have to get the word out. So, here it goes... (THANK YOU for understanding and helping with this issue. Have a great day! Chief) "Due to the increase in calls that our office is receiving for Animals at Large, we would like to remind our residents of our city ordinances that pertain to animal ownership in the city limits of Fairview. City Ordinance Section 4-102 Animals Not To Be At Large : A. No owner shall permit any animal, including fowl, owned, harbored or kept by him to be at large within the city. B. Any animal in violation of this section shall be subject to impound and disposition as provided in this chapter. If we get a call from a concerned citizen that there is a dog running at large, vicious or not, we will dispatch an officer to attempt to locate the animal. If the animal is located, the animal will be transported to our city pound, the Haworth Veterinarian Clinic. If the animal has a tag, the Police Department will attempt to locate the owner through our records. Before the animal is released back to the owner, the owner will have to provide proof of rabies vaccinations, proof of registration with the city (dog tags), and be issued a citation for Animal at Large ($130.00). Exceptions to release could happen if the call involved a vicious animal and/or someone was bitten or attacked. Also, please be aware that we have a city ordinance in reference to Noisy Animals/Animals Which Disturb. City Ordinance Section 4-105 states that No person shall keep any animal which causes frequent or long-continued noise or otherwise so as to disturb the comfort or repose of any person in the vicinity. Any violation of this section is declared to be a nuisance and as such may be abated. In reference to the Noisy Animal/Animals which disturb ordinance, if the officer witnesses the noise when responding to the complaint, the officer can issue a citation. If not, the complainant will be advised that they have the right to file a complaint against the owner of the animals and both will be given a court date to appear."