City News Roomhttps://www.cityoffargo.com/news-events/city-news-roomNews from the City of Fargo, NDen-ushttps://fargond.gov/news-rssHigh Risk Sex Offender: Homelesshttp://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=609eef851659a44b39785615<p>The Fargo Police Department is notifying the community that a registered sex offender, Tayari Chanel Meadows, is currently registered as homeless, in Fargo, North Dakota. Meadows was assessed as a HIGH-RISK offender by the North Dakota Sex Offender Risk Assessment Committee.</p> 2021-05-14T21:50:53.856ZThe City of FargoPolicePolice HomepageHigh Risk Sex Offender Notification: 1431 7 Ave. N. (camper in back)http://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=609d2634a091174476d5a309<p>The Fargo Police Department is notifying the community that a registered sex offender, Patrick Roy Moore, registered his address at 1431 7 Ave N/camper in back, Fargo, North Dakota. Moore was assessed as a HIGH-RISK offender by the North Dakota Sex Offender Risk Assessment Committee.</p> 2021-05-13T13:14:28.311ZThe City of FargoPolicePolice HomepageFargo Police Community Engagement Team Create Short Film, "Break the Silence," to Educate and Deter Suicidehttp://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=609aeb57ca0b2473cdcc8564<p>This past year, the Fargo community suffered the tragic losses of two students by suicide. The Fargo Police Department Community Engagement Team wants to do all it can to prevent further tragedies like these from happening. The team created a free video resource which will be made available to local schools and community members which focuses on prevention and education of suicide.</p> 2021-05-11T20:43:17.349ZThe City of FargoPolicePolice HomepageHigh Risk Sex Offender Notification: Home2Suites, 1652 44 St. S.http://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=609aaa246fa2b0007704557b<p>The Fargo Police Department is notifying the community that a registered sex offender, William Robert Kruft Jr., has registered at Home2Suites, 1652 44 St S, in Fargo, North Dakota.</p> 2021-05-11T16:00:36.660ZThe City of FargoPolicePolice Homepage Armed Robbery Suspect Arrested http://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=60934f216fa2b07510045578<p>Willie Alonzo Sparkman, Jr, 18, Fargo, was arrested this evening, May 5, 2021, for armed robbery.</p> 2021-05-07T15:40:42.934ZThe City of FargoPolicePolice HomepageFargo Police Move Forward with Purchase of Body Worn Camerashttp://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=6092cc3835e7f6f544773a4b<p>During the City Commission Meeting on Monday, May 3, 2021, Commissioners voted to approve Chief Zibolski’s request to purchase body worn cameras.</p> 2021-05-05T16:49:58.900ZThe City of FargoPolicePolice HomepageFargo Police Partner with OK Tire in Crime Prevention Efforthttp://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=60900586ca0b2467b3cc855f<p>The Fargo Police Department is partnering with OK Tire Store in an attempt to make catalytic converters less desirable</p> 2021-05-03T14:15:34.618ZThe City of FargoPolicePolice HomepageChief Zibolski Celebrates with Local Police Chief, ND House of Representatives and Governor Burgum on Signing of House Bill 1287http://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=609003fe6fa2b024ec045574<p>Chief Zibolski joined West Fargo Police Department Chief Otterness, Governor Doug Burgum, and ND House Representatives Koppelman, Jones, and Satrom for the signing of House Bill 1287. House Bill 1287 provides an enhanced penalty for drug dealers and traffickers found guilty of selling, distributing, or delivering a controlled substance, which causes the death of an individual, while maintaining protections for individuals who report drug overdoses from criminal prosecution under the 'Good Samaritan' law.</p> 2021-05-03T14:09:02.390ZThe City of FargoPolicePolice HomepageChief Zibolski Discusses Police Reform and Priorities Moving Forwardhttp://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=6090033e35e7f62e2c773a46<p>Yesterday, April 21, 2021, Chief Zibolski chatted with KVRR News reporter Raya Quttaineh about police reform and racial equity. &quot;In order for us to be successful and work in partnership with our community, we have to have adaptability, flexibility to progress, to be forward-thinkers, in terms of what's a better wat to do something that maybe we've done the same way for many years,&quot; Chief Zibolski says.</p> 2021-05-03T14:05:42.420ZThe City of FargoPolicePolice HomepageChief Zibolski Discusses Recent Implicit Bias Training on ND Today Showhttp://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=609002026fa2b0d72c045572<p>This morning, Friday, April 30, 2021, Chief Zibolski joined the North Dakota Today show to talk about the department's recent implicit bias training. Over the past two weeks, the department provided mandatory implicit bias training to every member of the department, sworn and civilian.</p> 2021-05-03T14:00:34.762ZThe City of FargoPolicePolice HomepageDeputy Chief Ross Renner Retires After 23 Yearshttp://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=609001226fa2b04bb6045570<p>Deputy Chief Ross Renner retired today, Friday, April 30, after 23 years of service to the Fargo community.</p> 2021-05-03T13:56:49.988ZThe City of FargoPolicePolice HomepageHigh Risk Sex Offender Notification: 123 15 St. N.http://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=6089620c6fa2b02ada04556d<p>The Fargo Police Department is notifying the community that a registered sex offender, Richard Garrett Staples, registered his address at Centre, 123 15 St N, Fargo, ND. Staples has been assessed as a high-risk offender by the North Dakota Risk Assessment Committee.</p> 2021-04-28T13:26:39.102ZThe City of FargoPolicePolice HomepageFargo Police Seeking Public's Assistance in Identifying Suspect of St. Mary's Statuehttp://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=6086d41e6fa2b0267a04556a<p>The Fargo Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the person who vandalized a statue outside of St. Mary’s Cathedral, 604 Broadway N., on Saturday, April 17, 2021 at approximately 3:23 a.m.</p> 2021-04-26T14:54:22.654ZThe City of FargoPolicePolice HomepageFargo Police Explain the Department's Taser Traininghttp://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=607722b186524d3493f20d74<p>Sergeant Mike Sanden, the Department's training supervisor explains the Department's Taser training to WDAY's Kevin Wallevand.</p> 2021-04-14T17:13:20.979ZThe City of FargoPolicePolice HomepageFargo Police Department Encourages Residents to Join Neighbors Apphttp://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=606f5e67bc71be5bd3c07368<p>The Fargo Police Department (FPD) has joined Neighbors by Ring, a free app which aims to reduce crime in neighborhoods by connecting people, recorded video from security cameras, smart doorbells and law enforcement.</p> 2021-04-08T19:49:59.683ZThe City of FargoPolicePolice HomepageFargo Police Launch tip411 Mobile App for Customized Crime Fightinghttp://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=5f3572ccf67be66b6588c10e<p>The Fargo Police Department is increasing its crime-fighting arsenal with a new app to help residents connect with the department to find information, view alerts, and submit anonymous tips from their smartphone.</p> 2020-08-13T17:05:08.651ZThe City of FargoPoliceFargo Police Department Policy Manualhttp://fargond.gov/news-events/city-news-room/post-detail?id=5ee141032db71966064bf948<p>In light of the current national discussion on police department policies, we have published our policy manual that speaks to our policing philosophy and procedures.</p> 2020-06-10T20:22:19.820ZThe City of FargoPolicePolice Homepage