Call 911 for Emergencies.
call (910) 433-1529.
To make an anonymous tip,
call (910) 483-TIPS (8477).
Internal Affairs is a fact finding internal investigation unit. Internal Affairs is under the direct supervision of the Chief of Police. Internal Affairs has the authority and responsibility to initiate an investigation into citizen complaints of employee misconduct and performance.
Internal Affairs will take complaints during normal working hours and refer the complainant to the appropriate supervisor if the complaint is regarding an employee that is on duty. If the employee is not on duty, the complaint will be documented and forwarded to the appropriate supervisor for further investigation.
Generally, it is the responsibility of the first line supervisor to investigate citizen complaints involving their personnel. Internal Affairs will conduct internal investigations into serious allegations of misconduct as well as conduct investigations that would be too lengthy or time consumer for a line supervisor to investigate.
In addition to complaints, the Fayetteville Police Department also accepts compliments from the public. Information related to compliments can help identify how the Fayetteville Police Department can better serve the public.
How to file a complaint/compliment:
Complaints or compliments can be made in person, by phone, in writing, or through this website. All complaints to include anonymous complaints are accepted and reviewed with follow up activity to be assigned to the appropriate personnel. Keep in mind that if you file a complaint anonymously, we will not be able to follow up with you on your complaint.
To make a complaint or a compliment, you can do the following:
- Send a letter to:
Fayetteville Police Department
467 Hay Street
Fayetteville, NC 28301-5565
- Call Internal Affairs at (910)433-1820.
- Call the on-duty Watch Commander at:
- (910) 433-1830 for the Campbellton District
- (910) 433-1830 for the Central District
- (910) 433-1827 for the Cross Creek District
- You can also fill out the form below to email Internal Affairs.
To report an emergency, or an in progress crime, to include suspicious activity, please call 911 immediately.