1. Warrant Division

    The Fayetteville Police Department Warrant Division serves criminal summons, subpoenas, and warrants issued by the Fayetteville District Court.

  2. Office of Professional Standards

    The Fayetteville Police Department believes the public has a right to expect efficient, fair and impartial law enforcement from officers.

  3. Central Dispatch

    The Central Dispatch Center is a 24-hour operation which provides emergency and non-emergency call taking and dispatching for police, fire, and city services as needed.

  4. Community Policing Division

    The Community Policing Division goals are to reduce crime and public nuisances by carefully examining the problems in neighborhoods and working with citizens to apply appropriate problem-solving strategies.

  5. Criminal Investigation Division

    View the 3 investigative sections of the Criminal Investigation Division.

  6. Patrol Division

    The Patrol Division is the largest unit within the Fayetteville Police Department, with the strength of 1 captain, 2 lieutenants, 8 sergeants, and 71 officers.

  7. Records Division

    The Records Division of the Fayetteville Police Department is a civilian support unit, which provides general record maintenance and data entry for the department.