Police Blotter & Latest News
Route 80 Initiative Nets Heroin ArrestFairfield (NJ) The Fairfield Police Department announces the arrest of Brian Halpin (34) of Parsippany, N.J. for possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia on November 28, 2016. On that date, at approximately 1:49 P.M., Officers Jeffrey Dean...29 November 2016Read More...
Movember No Shave Raises Money for Pancreatic CancerTwenty Fairfield police officers took part in the "Movember" fundraising campaign which permitted officers to forego having to shave for the entire month provided they made a $25.00 donation. As such, $500.00 will be donated to the Pancreatic...29 November 2016Read More...
Fairfield Officers Attend Breakfast at Local Daycare CenterSeveral Fairfield police officers dropped by at a breakfast that was held at 123 Kinderstar, located at 123 Fairfield Road on November 21, 2016. It was a great opportunity for the youngsters to meet the police officers and to enjoy some delicious...29 November 2016Read More...
Fairfield Police Thank Community for Food Drive ResponseThe Fairfield Police Department would like to thank all those in the community who responded to our call to bring canned and boxed foods to police headquarters to benefit the St. Thomas More Parish food pantry and ultimately those in need. The...28 November 2016Read More...
New Jersey Devils Honor Fairfield Police Honor Guard and OfficersOn November 23, 2016, privilege of presenting the colors at the New Jersey Devils/Toronto Maple Leafs game, went to the Fairfield Police Department Honor Guard. Presenting the colors were Sgt. Charles Zampino, Det. Robert Sanger, Lt. Richard...28 November 2016Read More...
Fairfield Police Department of New Jersey
We, the members of the Fairfield Police Department, are committed to delivering quality services in response to our community's diverse needs.
We recognize the need to take a leadership role in the areas of law enforcement, education, domestic preparedness, emergency medical services and address quality of life issues.
We seek to build partnerships with all the members of our community in an effort to maintain order while affording dignity and respect to every individual.
With faith in our society and honor in our work ethic, we will strive to protect and serve with excellence.
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Message from the Chief
Welcome to the Township of Fairfield Police Department's new web site. I hope our site will provide you with information and insight regarding the police services available to our community. [read more]
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Fairfield Police has been involved with the Special Olympics for over 15 years. [learn more]