Fairfield Police Department

  • Agency: Fairfield Police Department
  • Address: 1000 Webster St, Fairfield, 94533 CA
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 707-428-7300
Fax: 707.428.7576
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Fairfield Police Department is located at 1000 Webster St, Fairfield, 94533 CA. The Fairfield Police Department phone number is 707-428-7300.

Fairfield Police Department News

TRAFFIC SAFETY REMINDER: These signs are examples of some posted at or around our schools. They are enforceable regulatory signs. Violation of these signs can range from a parking fine to a moving violation Notice to Appear! 🚔 Passenger loading zones are intended for a vehicle to stop for the purpose of loading or unloading passengers. Not for parking or leaving a vehicle unattended while walking children into school. Bus zones are for..... Buses . Enough said! Red curbs mean absolutely no stopping at all! There are many schools with regulatory signs that prohibit certain turning movements. Be aware so you do not get stopped by a police officer and issued a citation for making a left turn out of a parking lot, or a U-turn in the middle of the street! Watch for signs. Throughout the school year the Fairfield Police Department Traffic Unit partners with the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District and City Traffic Engineer to evaluate the traffic patterns and concerns around our schools. We are constantly trying to ease the traffic congestion and make it safer for our children as they travel to and from school. We need everyones' help! Please obey the signs, painted curb, and crossing guards! Our children count on it! Drive safely! #fairfieldpolice #fairfieldtrafficunit

Congratulations to the Graduates of the 2018 Citizens' Academy! Thank you for dedicating your time to come learn about the Fairfield Police Department. Participants learned about a variety of topics, including Patrol, Investigations, Emergency Services and also had the opportunity to experience the Force Options Training Simulator. We had a great time getting to know you all! Dates for the next Citizens' Academy will be announced on social media at a later time.

The intersection of Clay Bank Road and Quail Drive is now open. The intersection was closed just after 5:30am when a solo vehicle traveling north on Clay Bank Road struck a signal pole. Both occupants of the car had to be extricated by the Fairfield Fire Department. They were transported to a local trauma center with life threatening injuries. The road was closed while the Traffic Unit collected evidence and processed the scene to investigate the cause. Speed is believed to be a factor in the collision, and the Traffic Unit is investigating whether or not drugs and/or alcohol were involved. Both occupants are still in critical condition. Their names are not being released at this time, but the driver is a 33 year old male Fairfield resident and the passenger is a 43 year old female Fairfield resident. Anyone with information about this collision is asked to call the Fairfield Police Traffic Unit at (707) 428-7524

TRAFFIC SAFETY REMINDER: When you come to an intersection controlled by a signal and it is flashing red, you MUST treat the flashing signal as a stop sign. Flashing yellow means proceed with caution and be prepared to stop. Signals may be flashing for various reasons including construction, power outage, or because law enforcement is working an active crime or collision scene! Be aware of your surroundings and drive safely! #fairfieldpolice #fairfieldtraffic

Good morning! If you are just waking up and getting ready for work, you should know the intersection of Clay Bank and Quail is closed for a collision investigation. We hope to have the roadway open by 10am. The Traffic Unit is out there investigating. Please avoid the area and drive safely! http://local.nixle.com/alert/6899320/

In September detectives in the Investigations Bureau learned of a residence in the 2800 block of Mankas Bl that was possibly downloading child pornography. Based on this information our Electronic Crimes detective began an investigation to determine the location of the transfer and identify the person(s) responsible for the downloads. On October 23rd, detectives served a search warrant at the residence and seized several items of evidence. Those items were searched by the Fairfield Police Electronic Crimes detective and several pieces of known child sexual abuse images were located. On October 31st the resident, Gerald Ray Tucker, a 78-year old male, was arrested and booked into Solano County Jail for possession of child pornography. Tucker is a registered sex offender and has a prior conviction for possessing child pornography. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children estimated that in 2015 their analysts reviewed over 26 million sexual abuse images and videos. We at the Fairfield Police Department believe that protecting our children is one of our most important jobs. It is for this reason that the Electronic Crimes unit actively searches for suspects within our community who are engaged in the transfer of child pornography.

There are many areas near our schools where children cross the road, and crossing guards are out helping our students get to school and home safely. Please drive carefully in these areas and obey the crossing guards directions and signs. It is illegal to not follow the crossing gaurds' directions, and drivers can be issued a ticket. Drivers MUST yields to pedestrians anytime a pedestrian is crossing the street in a marked, or unmarked croaswalk. An unmarked crosswalk is generally the area at intersections where a crosswalk would be marked. Drive safely!

In-service Patrol Rifle Course day 3 today at the Art Koch Range and Training Facility. #fairfieldpolice

Short Vehicle Pursuit Ends in Collision***UPDATE*** The continuing investigation was able to determine the driver of the suspect vehicle, a 22 year old male Fairfield resident, was shot by the 24 year old female passenger of the suspect vehicle. A firearm has been located in the suspect vehicle. The shooting appears to have occurred during the vehicle pursuit after the female passenger called out for help to the police officer. The driver has died of his injuries and his identity is being withheld while his next of kin are located and notified. The female and male are believed to be in a relationship and live together. In the suspect vehicle during the pursuit was a ten month old child. The child was not injured as a result of the incident. The identity of the female is being withheld based on the fact the incident is considered domestic violence. The intersection of East Travis Boulevard and Dover Avenue is expected to remain closed for several hours as the collection of evidence and documentation of the scene is completed. An update will follow when the roadway is opened to through traffic. ***ORIGINAL MESSAGE*** On October 25, 2018, at approximately 2:34 pm a Fairfield Police Officer attempted to stop a motor vehicle for a violation. The vehicle did not stop for the officer, and a short pursuit began. Moments later the pursuit ended in the intersection of Dover Avenue and East Travis Boulevard when the suspect vehicle collided with other vehicles in the intersection. Officers quickly discovered the driver of the suspect car had suffered from an apparent gunshot. Officers immediately began to provide medical aid to the driver of the suspect car. The driver was transported by ambulance to a local trauma center for life-threatening injuries. No officers discharged their firearms during this incident, and there are no outstanding suspects. Further updates will be provided as the investigation continues. https://local.nixle.com/alert/6887168/

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Short Vehicle Pursuit Ends in Collision On October 25, 2018, at approximately 2:34 pm a Fairfield Police Officer attempted to stop a motor vehicle for a violation. The vehicle did not stop for the officer, and a short pursuit began. Moments later the pursuit ended in the intersection of Dover Avenue and East Travis Boulevard when the suspect vehicle collided with other vehicles in the intersection. Officers quickly discovered the driver of the suspect car had suffered from an apparent gunshot. Officers immediately began to provide medical aid to the driver of the suspect car. The driver was transported by ambulance to a local trauma center for life-threatening injuries. No officers discharged their firearms during this incident, and there are no outstanding suspects. Further updates will be provided as the investigation continues. https://local.nixle.com/alert/6887010/

Today Detective Craig Jiminez retired after a distinguished 21 year law enforcement career. He started his career as a Deputy Sheriff in Contra Costa County and became a Fairfield Police Officer in 2006. Craig served as a patrol officer, gang detective, narcotic detective, Special Operations Team Detective, SWAT operator, Peer Support team member, and firearms instructor. He is also an accomplished Ironman Triathelete. Thank you Craig for your service to the city. You will be missed.

Friendly reminder about when you can and cannot pass a school bus when it has red lights flashing. If the bus has flashing yellow lights, it is preparing to stop and turn on reds! Drive safely! #fairfieldpolice #fairfieldtrafficunit

Downtown Fairfield is hosting a Halloween Trick or Treat event on October 31, 2018 between the hours of 5 pm and 7 pm. Come on down for a good time!

Partnership Career Fair on October 27, 2018 Join the Fairfield Police Department and Fairfield Suisun Unified School District for a career fair on October 27, 2018 between the hours of 8:30 am and 11:30 am. The event will be heald at the school district office located at 2490 Hilborn Rd in Fairfield. https://local.nixle.com/alert/6882428/

One of our Anna Kyle parents rode her two sons to school on her cool bicycle today! She told us she was trying to avoid the traffic around the school. Her bike is cool! The boys sit on the bench in the back, with hand and foot rails! Thanks for saying Hello, Christina Taylor! And for being part of the solution! #AnnaKyle #FairfieldTrafficUnit

Thank you to the 660th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron at Travis Air Force Base for donating this beautiful flag to the Police Department and for your service to our Country. #CommunityPartnerships

On October 15, 2018 at approximately 10:30am the Fairfield Police Department began to receive phone calls from citizens reporting possible gunshots in the area of Travis Bl and Union Av. While officers were responding to that area another caller from the 2000 block of Hampton Place called saying that she had heard gunshots and then the front window of the residence that she was in shattered. Witnesses in the area described a possible suspect vehicle as a red Dodge Charger with tinted windows. That information was given to patrol officers. Detectives took over that investigation and began reviewing video surveillance footage in an attempt to locate the suspect vehicle. On October 16, 2018, a patrol officer in the area of Hampton Place observed a red Dodge Charger with tinted windows drive by the residence. The officer recognized the driver as Nakita Hubbard, a 23-year old male Fairfield resident, and knew that he was currently on active parole. The officer stopped the vehicle and made contact with Hubbard and two other subjects in the vehicle. During a search of the vehicle, a loaded firearm was found concealed inside. Hubbard and the other two occupants of the vehicle were detained and later questioned by Fairfield detectives. As a result of the investigation, detectives were able to determine that Hubbard had been the one responsible for shooting into the residence on Hampton Place the day prior. He was booked into the Solano County Jail on charges of shooting into an inhabited dwelling, assault with a deadly weapon, various weapons charges, and a parole violation. Anyone with information regarding the shooting on October 15, 2018, is asked to contact the Fairfield Police Department’s Investigations Bureau at (707) 428-7600, or Solano County CrimeStoppers at (707) 644-7867. You may also send the information via text message by texting TEXTFAIRFIELDPD followed by your message to 888777. Callers and texters may remain anonymous.

Reminder for Cordelia PSA Neighborhood Watch Meeting Tomorrow at Nelda Mundy Elementary (Location has moved to the Library) .There is still time to register: https://bit.ly/2OV6KR6

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On September 18, 2018, Fairfield patrol officers responded to a report of a car-jacking and kidnapping that had just occurred. Officers contacted the victim near the intersection of Travis Bl and N. Texas St. The victim, a 25-year old Fairfield resident, told the officers that while attempting to return lost property to a co-worker, that co-worker and a second suspect forced him into the passenger seat of his vehicle and began to drive away with him. The victim, fearing for his life, was able to jump from the moving vehicle and run to safety where he then contacted the Fairfield Police Department. He was able to provide the name of both suspects to the patrol officers and pointed out the general vicinity where he believed at least one of the suspects lived. Detectives from the Investigations Unit took over the investigation. After re-interviewing the victim and searching social media platforms detectives were able to identify both suspects and determine the correct address for both of them. On Saturday, October 6, 2018, a search warrant was served in the 800 block of Oregon St. Due to the nature of the crimes the Fairfield Police Department SWAT Team and Crisis Negotiation Team was utilized to serve the early morning warrant. Working together those two teams were able to safely remove the occupants from the residence. During the service of the warrant, both suspects were located inside the residence and taken into custody without incident. Daniel Valdovinos, a 28-year-old Fairfield resident, was booked into Solano County Jail on charges of kidnapping, carjacking, being an accessory to a crime, and being an out of compliance sex offender. Juan Muniz-Baron, a 27-year-old Fairfield resident, was booked on charges of carjacking, kidnapping, and being an accessory to a crime. Booking photos are not available at this time.

National Coffee With a Cop Day....until next time 😁

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