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The information on our website is intended to provide you with a better understanding of our organization as a whole and the services we provide. We take great pride in our commitment to excellence. We serve a wonderful community that is supportive, involved and passionately committed to preserving a quality of life that all community members and visitors can enjoy.
The Fort Bragg Police Department is committed to provide excellence in police service to all segments of our Community. Acting under the tenet of Respect and Dignity for all, we strive to impact and improve the quality of life for families, the business community and visitors. We work in partnership with all segments of our community so that, together, we achieve a better standard of life by which our residents can live in an environment without the fear of crime.
Lobby Office Hours:
The Fort Bragg Police Department Lobby is open from 9:00am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday. The front office is closed every second and fourth Friday of the month for an In-Service Day. Should you need assistance out of office hours, the red courtesy phone located outside the entrance to the Police Department will automatically connect to a police dispatcher 24 hours a day. Police Officers are on-duty 24 hours a day seven days a week.
Fingerprints are done on a first come first served basis. Hours are Monday and Wednesday 1:30pm to 3:30pm, Tuesday and Thursday 9:00am to 11:00am.
Property & Evidence
For recovery of personal property being held at the Fort Bragg Police Department, please call Property and Evidence Technician Laura Godinez, at 707-961-2800, ext. 101. Be advised there may be some restrictions and procedures that must be followed before property can be legally released. Property releases are by appointment only.
The Fort Bragg Police Department would like to remind everyone of an available resource.
The Mendocino County Citizen Alert System.
It's free to sign up, and will alert you to emergencies such as severe weather, tsunamis, unexpected road closures, missing persons, and necessary evacuations. This system will allow you to choose where and how you receive time-sensitive messages. This could include at your home, mobile phone, business, email address, and more.
In order to sign up simply go to the Mendocino Sheriff's website and click on "Sign up to our Emergency Alert System" located in the middle of the main page.
We highly encourage everyone to sign up.