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The Town of Fremont Police Department

The Town of Fremont is Accepting Applications for New Police Officer

The Town of Fremont will be accepting applications for a qualified Police Officer Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. November 1, 2014 through November 21, 2014.  Successful applicants must have a High School Diploma or GED equivalent, successfully completed the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy training, or be able to complete the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Training, and successfully pass pre-employment qualifications.   Applications are available at the Fremont Town Hall and the Town website, www.townoffremont.org
THE TOWN OF FREMONT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

Read the Sequence for Hiring of Deputy Marshal

Read Applicant’s Basic Eligibility Requirements

APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT

 

 

Description of the Police Department

The police department has 3 full time officers. The police department works closely with the Fremont Community School to provide interaction with students and staff.  The police department is working on adding a horse patrol program to foster better community service, provide specialized patrols in the downtown area, park and schools. The Police Department conducts a Bicycle Rodeo once a year to register children’s bikes and teach them about safety and handling.


Town Marshall Joe Patterson

To contact the Fremont Police Department

205 N Tolford Street
P.O. Box 602
Fremont, In 46737
260-495-9848
Fax 260-495-7019
e-mail fremontpolice1@townoffremont.org
For emergency contact Call 911
For non-emergency calls and if an Officer is unavailable
call the Steuben County Sheriff’s Department at 665-3131

 


Town of Fremont Police Car


Police Chief Joe Patterson 4 years
Deputy Officer Jordan Trippe 2 years
Deputy Officer Adam Kitson 1 year