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The FPOA is a professional organization representing the men and women who proudly and selflessly serve the city of Fairfield as members of the Fairfield Police Department.

The FPOA hopes you find our website informative and return often for news and updates.

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The association is governed by 7 Board of Directors which consists of 5 Executive Officers.

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About The FPOA

The FPOA represents the majority of the sworn law enforcement officers working for the Fairfield Police Department.

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News Flash

Purple Heart awarded to family of Sgt. Art Koch

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FAIRFIELD — A man who was all heart was awarded the law enforcement Purple Heart on Saturday, 30 years after he was killed in the line of duty.

About 150 people gathered at the Art Koch Range & Training Facility to honor Sgt. Art Koch, a five-year veteran of the Fairfield Police Department who was shot responding to a disturbance call on Berkeley Way.

The 34-year-old father of three was finishing his last shift as a patrol officer on July 28, 1984. He lay wounded by his car for about 20 minutes before paramedics and firefighters were able to rescue him. He died a few hours later.

“Father in heaven, your word says there is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for another,” said Joseph Prudhomme, senior law enforcement chaplain, during the invocation.

While several years have passed, Prudhomme said Koch’s sacrifice would never be forgotten. He also prayed for healing for Koch’s family and friends.

Fairfield Mayor Harry Price talked about the oath first responders

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Fire, Police departments bring awareness to domestic violence

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FAIRFIELD — The second annual Dunk Domestic Violence basketball game between Fairfield police and firefighters Saturday at the Armijo High School Gym drew enthusiastic supporters.

Proceeds from the game will go to support SafeQuest Solano, an organization that helps provide education, prevention, intervention and advocacy for victims of violence and sexual assault.

“Last year Chief Walt Tibbett came to us with this idea to help bring awareness to domestic violence,” Toni Dumont, executive director of SafeQuest Solano, said. “October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and we thought it would be perfect.”

The game brought out about 150 people to cheer on the teams. Dumont wasn’t sure who would win this year’s game, but that

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New Solano jail a high-tech marvel

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FAIRFIELD — Solano County is the proud owner of a new, $89-million, high-tech, sprawling building constructed for a population that won’t want to use it.

The county in recent weeks put finishing touches on the 365-bed Stanton Correctional Facility on Clay Bank Road. Inmates could begin moving into the jail this month.

“It’s new and shiny – but it’s maximum-security and all that that entails,” Sheriff Thomas Ferrara said.

Solano County conducted a ribbon-cutting for the jail June 6, with all sorts of local dignitaries in attendance, then resumed work on the finishing touches. The county wanted to make certain everything was just right before the jail went into operation. Two weeks ago, blue duct tape on the interior walls

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New K-9 joins sheriff's ranks

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Superman's canine cohort Krypto travelled to Earth from the otherworldly Krypton.

Now the super dog's namesake has found his way to the floors of the Solano County jail.

Krypto, an energetic border collie and black labrador mix, is a brand-new member of the Solano County Sheriff's K-9 Unit. Just one year old, he's responsible for patrolling the jails in Solano County with his handler, correctional officer Russel Lopez.

Lopez and Krypto were certified two weeks ago to search areas of the jail for contraband: narcotics, cell phones, anything that poses a threat to the safety of inmates and officers in the jail.

The last dog to work in the jail, DUI (pronounced "duey") retired when his handler Brandi Aguilar was promoted to deputy sheriff six

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Fairfield Police Officers' Association
PO Box 2725
Fairfield, CA 94533-0272

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