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Please contact the FOR Police Department at (210) 698-0990 for more information about any of the programs listed below. These services and programs are provided to all City residents.
Stop Alcohol Violations Early (S.A.V.E.) is a program that certified officers conduct at the elementary school level. It provides information and skills the students need to make right and responsible decisions concerning illegal alcohol use and abuse.
National Night Out
This national program is designed to:
- Heighten crime and drug awareness
- Generate support and participation in local anti-crime efforts
- Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships
- Send a message to criminals that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back
In order to facilitate the application process for various permits and licenses, the department provides fingerprinting free of charge to all City residents.
In cooperation with the Fair Oaks Ranch Elementary PTO, the department participates in the annual bike rodeo held at the school.
The Police Department provides an officer to assist students using the school crossing. This not only provides the students a safe place to cross Dietz Elkhorn, but also allows a chance for the officer to interact with the children.
The department has established a bicycle patrol to help encourage positive interaction with the community and provide a means of transportation for the officers to reach areas of the City not easily accessible.
The department provides officers to serve as guest speakers for various Fair Oaks Ranch civic groups. Officers normally speak on crime prevention and safety but will address other topics upon request. The department also works closely with youth groups to provide speakers, tours of the Police Department, and assistance with scout badges.