professional law enforcement. FPD is committed to being a lead agency in providing customer service,
department transparency, and protecting and serving the citizens of Farmington New Mexico.
The Farmington Police Department is proud to provide FPD’s mobile application free to the public. The
application gives you access to the latest news, photos, videos, events, alerts, crime information,
through social media such as Facebook, Twitter, and You Tube. The FPD app connects the citizens to the
Farmington Police Department. The FPD app allows users to Report Crime, Track Crime, and Fight
Crime from their mobile device. Join us with FPD mobile and help make Farmington a safer city.
News: Read the latest news and blog information from the Chief, Command Staff and the
Videos: Watch videos from FPD You Tube Channel.
Photos: View and search the latest images of the City’s Most Wanted and browse photos of the
Departments Divisions, Units, and everyday activities.
Events: Review events from Twitter and Facebook, see when to volunteer service for major events,
and be aware of the details behind the events.
Crime Maps: View real-time maps of activities in your neighborhood or across the city. Explore the
details behind the crimes.
Submit a tip: Be the eyes and ears of the FPD and help the Department by submitting anonymous
tips to help fight crime. The application has the capability to let you anonymously chat with our tips
investigator to see what happens to your tip.
Alerts: Sign up for alerts that can be delivered to your cell phone or email. Notifies the user of
missing persons, wanted persons, emergency updates, and much more.
Twitter: Follow and communicate with the FPD through a direct link to the Department’s Twitter
Facebook: Become a friend of the Department, share, like, comment and review the latest
information of FPD.
The Farmington Police Department will be adding features in the future so please select automatic
updating when you download the application and stay tuned!
This application is powered by, and was developed in collaboration with http://gomobilepd.com
Alerts users can create public and private services, and may subscribe to any of them.
Users may be public or private entities, people interested in receiving alert messages from these entities or other people, and people interested in sending public or private
alert messages, to the community or a group.
Public entities, such as police and fire departments, may register as users in order to send alert messages to the community.
Private entities may register as users in order to send alert messages to the community or to private groups of users.
Any person may register as a user in order to subscribe to these public or private services, as well as to create services of their own.