Fayetteville Police Department Patch

 

Call 911 for Emergencies.

For non-emergencies,
call (910) 433-1529.
To make an anonymous tip,
call (910) 483-TIPS (8477).


Law Enforcement Acreditation

One Agency. One Community. One Family.
One Agency. One Community. One Family.
One Agency. One Community. One Family.
One Agency. One Community. One Family.

Crime Data & Information

Crimestoppers

Fayetteville / Cumberland County Crimestoppers coordinates with law enforcement agencies across Cumberland County to provide information on criminal activity and information on wanted felons.

 

Crime Mapping

Crime mapping provides an interactive map and information on crime occurring within the city limits of Fayetteville.

 

Domestic Violence Resources

The Fayetteville Police Department, along with other local agencies, the Cumberland County Court System, and local non-profits work tirelessly to assist victims of domestic violence. We've established a single page containing local resources for victims. Always call 911 in the event of an emergency. 

 

Open Data Portal

The Open Data Portal provides a wealth of information including incident data, traffic stop data, field contact information, and  employee demographics.

 

Obtain a Copy of a Police Report

Copies of previously submitted police reports are available by following the above link. The reports can be saved to your computer or mobile device electronically, or you may print the report.

 

Obtain a Copy of a Crash Report

Copies of previously submitted police reports are available by following the above link. The reports can be saved to your computer or mobile device electronically, or you may print the report.

 

Unsolved Homicides

The Fayetteville Police Department coordinated with the Fayetteville / Cumberland County Crimestoppers Program to profile unsolved homicides and create a deck of playing cards. Upon initial launch, decks of cards were provided to those in custody of the Cumberland County Detention Center.

 

Request a Public Record

Government records in North Carolina are public in nature unless identified as confidential pursuant to law. The City of Fayetteville must adhere to the North Carolina Public Records Law, found at N.C.G.S. Chapter 132, which provides that “the public records and public information compiled by the agencies of North Carolina government or its subdivisions are the property of the people.  Therefore, it is the policy of this State that the people may obtain copies of their public records and public information free or at minimal cost unless otherwise specifically provided by law.” Visit our public portal to submit your public records request electronically.