Fairfield Police Department

  • Agency: Fairfield Police Department
  • Address: 75 Water St, Fairfield , 04937 ME
  • Chief: John L. Emery (Chief of Police)
Phone: (207) 453-9322
Fax: (207) 453-2720

Fairfield Police Department is located at 75 Water St, Fairfield , 04937 ME. The Chief of Police of the department is John L. Emery. The Fairfield Police Department phone number is (207) 453-9322.

Fairfield Police Department News

Thank you to all that have worn the uniform in defense of this great nation!

She has been reunited with her person. This little one landed in Doggy Jail, she was found wondering on Main St. in the area of the Big Apple. Please Help her find her person.

Fairfield and Benton Residents take notice!!!

Good morning to all of you awakening from your candy coma. Just a reminder that the winter parking ban is now in effect: No vehicle shall be parked on any street or way of the Town from November 1 to March 31 of the following year, between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. Any vehicle so parked may be removed or caused to be moved within the scope of the towing guidelines of the Town of Fairfield. Emergency vehicles of the Town, ambulances, doctors and police vehicles within the scope of their duty are exempted.

We’re not clowning around. We really want you to be safe tonight!!!

Don't forget that later this afternoon and into the evening that the kiddos will be out and about getting their trick or treat on. Use caution while driving through town and remember that excited kids are more unpredictable than a squirrel running across the road.

Thank you for all of the help. Joshua Michaud has been located and he is safe.

**** Thank you for all of the help. Joshua Michaud has been located and he is safe.**** From time to time we ask for help in locating people who know whom something belongs to. Tonight we're asking for help in locating someone. This is Joshua Michaud. He's 15 years old. He left his residence in Hinckley last night 10/27/18 at about 9:30 PM, and he hasn't been seen since. He is 5'8" and 140 lbs. He was last seen wearing a maroon zip up over a blue Patriot's sweat shirt, gray sweat pants and maroon sneakers. If you see him please call 9-1-1, the Fairfield Police at 207-453-9321 or the Maine Warden Service at 800-452-4664.

Thank you to all of the other first responders that we work with day in and day out to keep our community safe!

Officer Mank will be at the PD today from 10-2 for DEA National Drug Take Back Day. Bring in your unwanted and expired medications!

Good luck to everyone hitting the woods today. Be safe!

As I sit here making sure that cars stop for the buses dropping off kids at the primary school, I’m seeing a gentle reminder that I need to winterize my car. It’s time to do whatever it is that you do with your vehicle in preparation to do battle with winter driving in Maine.

Earlier today I received a message from a resident regarding a phone call that he had taken. It was someone calling from an out of state phone number and the other party was trying to solicit donations for families of police killed in the line of duty. Keep in mind that most legitimate charitable organizations will never call you and ask for money. Officer Dugas

The Fire Marshall’s Office is requesting help trying to identify an arson suspect from a fire call earlier this week in Benton.

There was a cell phone turned into the Fairfield Police on Friday night at the Football Game. So if you lost your phone at the game, and can provide a accurate description, we would be glad to reunite you with it.

She has been reunited with her human. This Beautiful Lady was found wondering around the Skowhegan Rd. in the area of Lyman's Farm Store. Please help her find her home, she is very friendly.

Did you know?

PSA: The Kennebec Water District is doing maintenance and water has been shut down on Rt. 201 the Skowhegan Rd. north of the State DOT Complex. No time estimate has been given for return of water service.

Go Bulldogs!!!

This is the sign on the front door of the station. We really mean it, please come in. Try the door handle. If the door opens, come on in. If not, reach us by phone. Please don’t read the sign then walk off without trying the door.

Keep and eye out and be safe!

Officer Blodgett has scheduled her next RAD class. Space is limited so get on the roster soon!!! https://www.facebook.com/357798194427416/posts/923115551229008/

We've just received information from two junior high aged females who advised that an unknown male in a black sports car tried to make contact with them last evening while they were walking in town. These incidents occurred in different areas of town and the females were walking alone. The females immediately left the area prior to the male actually making contact with them. We're not trying to alarm anyone, we just want to make sure that you and your kiddos are aware of your surroundings at all times and if something doesn't look or seem right, leave the area if you can safely do so and immediately make contact with us. 453-9321 or 9-1-1 will put you in touch with a dispatcher.