Fremont Police Department

  • Agency: Fremont Police Department
  • Address: 725 N Park Ave, Fremont, 68025 NE
  • Chief: T S Mullen (Chief of Police)
Phone: 402-727-2677
Fax: 402-727-2824

Fremont Police Department is located at 725 N Park Ave, Fremont, 68025 NE. The Chief of Police of the department is T S Mullen. The Fremont Police Department phone number is 402-727-2677.

Fremont Police Department News

Veterans Day The records division at the Fremont Police Department will be closed on Monday, Nov. 12th in observance of Veteran’s Day. It will re-open again at 8AM on Tuesday the 13th. As always the doors to the front lobby of the police department will be open and a phone will be available in the front lobby that anyone can use to contact the Fremont Police Dispatch if an officer is needed.

Some photos from Halloween 2018: Special thanks to FOP Lodge #37 for providing candy for the officers to hand out. The officers and children really enjoyed the interactions.

November Fremont Police History: Sergeant Hansen was promoted to Sergeant on 11-22-98.

Officer Heidlage recently particpated in Halloween actvities at the Dodge County Humane Society. Officers will also be interacting with children tonight (when possible) on this Halloween evening.

Sgt. Pafford pictured below with 2 young trick-or-treaters who were particpating in some early Halloween activities.

School Resource Officer Headid recently visited Bell Field and Linden Elementary schools. He spent time talking to the kids about healthy lifestyles, seatbelts, bike helmets, stranger danger and Halloween safety. Not sure who had more fun Officer Headid or the kids

From a 2016 Fremont Police Intern to a 2018 San Diego County Deputy Sheriff. Congratulations to Midland University Graduate Alex Parsons on a job well done. We are proud of you and wish you nothing but the best. Be safe!

Dodge County Attorney Oliver Glass and his Assistant Sara Sopinski recently provided training to the Fremont Police Department. They provided instruction on the legal issues facing law enforcement and answered general questions from the officers.

Pictured below are Sheryl Diers and Lieutenant Bottorff. The two speak to MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) Impact Panel particpates on the impact of drunk driving. Sheryl's 19 year old daughter Katie was killed in August 2002 when she was a passenger in a drunk driving incident.

Special thanks to Jonne Swahn who dropped off cookies for Domestic Violence Awareness Week and to thank our officers for all that we do. Thanks Jonne!