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About the Department
The West Fargo Police Department has grown from two squad cars in 1968 to an authorized strength of 75 full-time officers.
The mission of the West Fargo Police Department is to protect life and property in a highly effective and efficient manner and to engage the community in a collaborative crime prevention program. To accomplish this mission, we will utilize organizational and problem-solving strategies and develop police-community partnerships to address the causes of crime and social disorder.
Each year, the West Fargo Police Department provides a report to the Mayor and City Commission. This report contains statistics and other notable description of the activities and accomplishments of the past year.
Contact the Police Form
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Local Contact Links
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Employee of the Year
The West Fargo Exchange Club has given an annual award to police employees since 1998.
History of Chiefs
Learn who has been the chief of Police since 1937.
Meet the newest members of the West Fargo Police Department and follow them through their training process.
Browse the latest Police news and updates.
The West Fargo Police Department’s Patrol Division has launched a fixed beat system. With a fixed beat, officers work primarily in one beat and can address issues within their designated area long-term.
Night to Unite
Night to Unite works to strengthen neighborhood and community partnerships.
The West Fargo Police Department honors and remembers those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for the residents and City to whom they so faithfully served.
Police and Fire Sales Tax
The City of West Fargo is proposing a one-half cent sales tax increase to provide funding for the police and fire departments.