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Preschool Visit

Update  as of 6/26/2019 Preschool Visits are no longer being offered until further notice. Please check back at a later date.

A visit from a Police Officer is a great way for us to reach the young citizens of Fremont.  It provides an opportunity for young preschoolers to meet an officer and take a look at a Patrol vehicle.  Preschools can request a visit from a Police Officer.  A police officer will visit the school, introduce him/herself and talk briefly about what the Police Officers do for the community.  After that, the students are escorted by the teacher to the parking lot to take a look at a Police Patrol vehicle.  The officer will explain some of the features of the vehicle (this may vary depending on the audience) and turn on the sirens and lights for the students to experience up close! Photographs can be taken with the officer and vehicle.  Each child will get a junior Police sticker badge.

NOTE:  A patrol officer will be assigned to visit the preschool at the scheduled date and time, however if calls for service are high and the officer is needed to respond, he/she will not be able to visit the preschool.  Police VIPS (Volunteers in Police Services) will also attend with their vehicle.  This way, if the officer cannot attend, the volunteers can show the students the volunteer vehicle.

Visits can be conducted at preschool sites with students age 4 and above.  Visits are not available for in home day care centers.  

If you would like to schedule a preschool visit, please complete the Preschool Visit Request Form.