Welcome To The Fayetteville Police Foundation
The Fayetteville Police Foundation recognizes the Fayetteville Police Department, with 90% of the annual budget going to support personnel and operational costs, has very little flexibility to develop new programs and encourage innovation. The role of the foundation is not to displace funding for basic law enforcement, or to reduce in any way the responsibility of the City of Fayetteville to commit the necessary funding for law enforcement services fo its citizens. As modern law enforcement strategies and techniques continue to e more complex, the Fayetteville Police Department, similar to police departments across the country, has increasing needs to stay current with crime fighting strategies and innovative technology.
The Fayetteville Police Foundation, founded in 2009, is an independent 501 (c)(3) non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to fostering public safety through community building, education and outreach.
While the city budget provides the necessary resources to fund operations of the Fayetteville Police Department, a number of programs are underfunded or not funded. The foundation was created as a catalyst in responding to this need, so that no innovative program would be left behind.
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Police Inaugural Ball
One VIP table with 8 dinner tickets and you will be joined by two VIP guests – Mayor Nat Robertson and wife, Chief Harold Medlock and wife, or the FPD Officer of the Year and guest
Chief's Public Safety Campaign
This campaign focuses on raising funds to assist Chief Medlock with special projects for which there is no city funding. Upgrading the Crime Information Center is a top priority. CIC provides 24 hour monitoring of the citywide camera system. For overall efficiency and accessing full capabilities of the system, an upgraded LCD video wall system needs to be purchased.
Attorney General Visits Fayetteville
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch is on a six-city tour of outstanding police departments across the nation, and one of those stops will bring her to Fayetteville.