- Andy Bohlen — Chief of Police
Mission StatementThe Faribault Police Department strives to provide professional and impartial law enforcement services that meet the highest standards of ethics and law.
Chief's MessageWelcome to the Faribault Police Department web page. The Police Department protects human life and property by responding to emergency and non-emergency calls for service, enforces laws and ordinances, investigates crimes, apprehends criminals, provides proactive policing through education and crime prevention, and maintains order. The men and women that work for the Faribault Police Department are committed to providing a quality service to the citizens of this city by working with residents and businesses to maintain a safe community. Through these partnerships, we urge all citizens to be alert for suspicious or unusual activity and anytime you need police, fire, or medical assistance, call 9-1-1.
As your chief, I will guarantee we will work to make certain that we continue to provide impartial policing services, are responsive to the needs of our residents, respectful and honest with those we serve, act with fiscal responsibility, and remain dedicated to improving services through progressive programs, effective training, and better technology.
Finally, I will ensure transparency and accountability as we operate as public servants. We will seek justice for those that we are entrusted to protect and commit to being tough on crime. To reach the Police Department, you may call us at (507) 334-4305.
- Crime Free Multi-Housing — 5/26/2015
- All owners or managers or 1 or more rental units in Faribault must have CFMH Phase I certification prior to rental license renewal. The only proof of certification accepted is a valid CFMH Phase I certificate. If you have lost your certificate, you must contact the agency where you took your class for a replacement. The Faribault Police Department will hold CFMH classes periodically throughout the year. Our CFMH classes are open to all rental property managers, owners, and employees. The next CFMH class has not been determined. Class on 8 July 2015 at the Faribault Police Department. Register by Monday June 29, 2015 More information at Crime Free Multi-Housing
- Emergency Messages Everbridge — 5/6/2014
The Everbridge system provides city officials with the ability to provide pre-recorded emergency telephone notification/information messages to targeted areas or the entire city. Residents and businesses located within the city limits are encouraged to sign up for Everbridge to be sure they receive timely emergency to be sure they receive timely emergency notifications when alerts are issued.