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The Fargo Police Department Releases 2021-2022 Mid-Year Report

The current report and previous years are available online

11/22/2022 1:30 p.m.

The Fargo Police Department’s (FPD) most extensive report to date, the Fargo Police Department 2021-2022 Mid-Year Report is now available online at

The 78-page document is based around the June 1, 2021 through May 31, 2022 timeframe, unless otherwise noted. The report provides an overview of the FPD by division – Neighborhood Services, Criminal Investigations and Professional Standards – and the successes made and challenges faced.

Badge icons are used throughout the report to indicate progress toward and achievement of the multiple goals laid out in the FPD’s Strategic Plan. To review the entire Strategic Plan, please visit

In addition to data, the report recognizes FPD personnel years of service milestones, new hires, promotions, retirements and awards.

Fargo Police Chief Dave Zibolski remarked, “This report highlights the outstanding teamwork of our personnel, both sworn and non-sworn, who carry out our daily mission to provide the highest level of service to the community, continual improvement through training and forward-thinking approaches. Their efforts, despite challenges beyond their control, continue to develop our very good department into a great one.”

Highlights include:
• Introduction of new technology, e.g. Axon body worn cameras.
• Creation of the Specialized Services Unit.
• Expansion of the Downtown Resource Officer Team.
• Creation of permanent detective positions in the Criminal Investigations Division.
• Narcotics Unit integration with the Cass County Drug Task Force.
• Addition of three Criminal Intelligence Analysts and enhanced approach to intelligence-led data-driven policing.
• Expanded knowledge and skills through advanced, nationally accredited training courses.
• Addition of a non-sworn Office Manager to oversee Records Unit.
• Expanding transparencies and efficiencies in communications through integration with the Communications and Governmental Affairs team.

Reports from previous years, dating back to 1990, are also available online at