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Fremont California Police Station Address: 2000 Stevenson Blvd, Fremont, CA 94538, United States

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@p_kassie Contact Recruitment Officer Mike Gilfoy at Mgilfoy@fremont.gov.

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@Wingnutfish We would have to see the violation in order to enforce it. You can email our Traffic Unit directly at TrafficUnit@fremont.gov to share the photo and provide more information.

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@Wingnutfish Please call us the next time something like this occurs. We have a much better chance to respond and locate the vehicle at the time of the incident. The best number to call is 510-790-6800 x 3.

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Fremont Police Department shared Hayward Police Department’s post.5 hours ago

The Hayward Police Department has released an update, including charges filed today by the Alameda County DA, in the assault with a deadly weapon investigation involving our detective.

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Armed Home Invasion Robbery Investigation

Fremont Police Crimes Against Persons Detectives and the Southern Alameda County Major Crimes Task Force is jointly investigating an armed home invasion robbery and large scale marijuana grow.

Earlier this morning at 12:15 a.m., Fremont Police Dispatchers received several reports of a female pounding on doors screaming for help. Fremont patrol officers immediately responded to ascertain the problem in the 43300 block of Montrose Ave with those closest in proximity, rolling with lights and siren. Fremont Dispatchers also contacted Fremont Fire, who immediately responded and staged in the area. Officers arrived on scene within two minutes and learned two females had been the victim of a home invasion robbery and one was suffering from minor injuries.

Two female residents were in their residence when a noise was heard in the backyard. Believing the noise was from her dog, one of the females got up to let it out the back door. When she opened the door, she was confronted by two male suspects wearing dark-hooded clothing. One suspect was armed with a handgun and the other a baseball bat. The female tried to go out the back door to get to her dog when the suspects began battering her, causing injuries. The second female fled the residence on foot and heard a single gunshot come from the residence. She began knocking on the doors of neighbors to obtain help. When officers arrived, the two suspects only described as adult males of Asian or Vietnamese descent had fled the scene. No vehicle was seen.

During a search of the residence, a large scale marijuana grow and operation was located. The illegal marijuana grow occupied three bedrooms of the house, with an estimate of 300-400 plants in various stages of growth. Officers located a single bullet hole in a vehicle parked across the street, consistent with the report of a single shot being fired during the incident. The injured female victim was transported to a hospital where she was treated for her injuries and later released.

Crimes Against Persons Detectives and Agents from the Southern Alameda County Major Crimes Task Force were called out during the night to take the lead on the investigation. During the night, a search warrant was served and crime scene investigators collected evidence at the scene. This remains an ongoing investigation with no further details to release at this time.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to please call the Fremont Police Department’s Investigative Unit at 510-790-6900 or email Detective Hamblin at Rhamblin@fremont.gov. We will also accept anonymous tips. Please send an anonymous tip by texting TIP FREMONTPD followed by your message to 888-777, or via the web at https://local.nixle.com/tip/alert/6216337.

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Assault with a deadly weapon incident involving a Fremont detective.

A Fremont detective was injured this afternoon at approximately 2:10 p.m. while investigating an occupied stolen vehicle in the City of Hayward.

Earlier today, Fremont detectives were actively investigating a stolen vehicle. The investigation led officers to the area of Broadmore Ave and Larchmont St in the City of Hayward. Detectives attempted to stop the vehicle. The female suspect driver reversed her vehicle and collided with an unmarked Fremont police car. As this occurred, a female passenger fled from the suspect vehicle and began running. A Fremont detective in a second vehicle got out of his car and gave chase. The suspect vehicle continued to hit the police vehicles and eventually maneuvered her way out by hopping the curb and driving into a grassy area. As she drove into the grassy area, she collided with both the Fremont detective and female suspect he was pursuing on foot. The suspect vehicle then took off and left the scene. A short vehicle pursuit was initiated which ended in the area of Austin Ave and Huntwood Ave. For a second time, the suspect driver collided with an unmarked Fremont police vehicle. The vehicle was stopped and the driver was taken into custody.

The injured detective was transported to a hospital with a moderate injury. The injured female suspect was transported to a hospital in stable condition. At this point we have no outstanding suspects.

We’d like to thank Hayward Police for their assistance today.

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The Fremont Police Department is currently accepting applications for the teen Explorer Program.

The Fremont Explorer Program is a fun and safe way for teenagers to learn more about the field of law enforcement. Explorers participate in various activities such as community events, ride-alongs, traffic control, building tours and school visits. In addition, Explorers are required to attend weekly meetings at the Police Department. This program gives teens an understanding of various law enforcement careers and helps them decide whether or not to pursue a career in law enforcement. All new Explorers are required to attend a one-week Explorer Academy in southern California (Late July or early August 2018).

If you are between the age of 14 – 18 and think that you might be interested in learning more about becoming a Police Explorer or having a future career in law enforcement, please visit the Department’s Explorer Volunteer web-page at http://www.fremontpolice.org/Explorers.

Applications will be accepted through February 9, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.

Lauren Baca
CSO #13525 / Volunteer Administrator

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Don’t miss your chance to participate in the 41st Community Police Academy. Apply today – we have a few spaces left!

The Fremont Police Department is currently recruiting for the Winter session of our Community Police Academy.

Have you ever wanted to learn more about the Fremont Police Department? Now is your opportunity! We have a few spaces left for our next session.

Beginning Tuesday, February 13, 2018, the Fremont Police Department will start the 41st Community Police Academy session.

The free program is 44-hours and will take place over the course of 12 sessions. The academy will generally meet one night a week on Tuesdays from 7:00 p.m. – 10:0 p.m. and one or two Saturday classes may be scheduled to accommodate specialized training. Participants will learn about topics such as police selection and training, internal investigations, criminal law, patrol operations, communications, crime prevention, crime analysis, firearms training, critical incidents, narcotics, gangs, traffic enforcement and much much more.

Space will be limited to approximately 30 students and applications will be taken on a first come first serve basis until January 18 at 5:00 pm, or when 30 applications are received. To learn more about the academy and to sign up please go to www.fremontpolice.org/communitypoliceacademy.

If you have any questions, please contact program administrators Lt. Ariel Quimson at Aquimson@Fremont.gov or Lt. Brian Shadle at Bshadle@fremont.gov.