To the Citizens of Fremont,

It is my honor and privilege to be serving as President of the Fremont Police Association (FPA). The men and women who protect and serve Fremont are some of the finest people, and they take great pride in serving you and keeping you, your families and property safe. They do this 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. To be able to lead one of the finest law enforcement associations in the state of California is quite humbling.

These are challenging times for ALL officers thorough the United States. The FPA will always be there to represent and defend them during stressful times, to protect them when others will not, and highlight all the positive things they bring to OUR community on a daily basis. Our officers engage the community through various public events, volunteering their time to make Fremont a better city. We have a stake in keeping Fremont a safe and a vibrant city and I view the goal of FPA President is to safe keep those who keep the peace.

The FPA is committed to working with the City of Fremont, Police Administration, our elected representatives and mayor to ensure those who sacrifice so much for you receive competitive pay and benefits for the type of challenging work environment they face on a daily basis. Our officers are expected to react to potentially dangerous situations with speed, precision, accuracy and integrity, all the while keeping a smile on their face and greeting all we come in contact with in a positive manner. And we are happy to strive to do so for the supportive and understanding community in Fremont.


Michael Gebhardt
Fremont Police Association President

Board of Directors

Michael Gebhardt


Senior Detective Michael Gebhardt has proudly served with the Fremont Police Department since 2004. He has been a Field Training Officer, a Sexual Assault Detective and is currently assigned to the Robbery/Homicide unit as a Senior Detective. Detective Gebhardt also currently serves as the Vice President of the California Robbery Investigator’s Association board of directors. Detective Gebhardt first served on the FPA board of directors in 2014. In June, 2017 Detective Gebhardt was elected Vice President of the FPA and was appointed as chair of the FPA Political Action Committee. Detective Gebhardt was elected President in June, 2019

Tony Holguin

First Vice President

Detective Tony Holguin has proudly served with the Fremont Police Department since 1995. He is the Senior Sexual Assault/Child Abuse Detective as well as a Field Training Officer, Academy Liaison, Squad Leader for the Crowd Management Team and Bicycle Officer. He served 13 years on SWAT as an Operator and Team Leader and was the 2014 Officer of the Year. Senior Detective Holguin has served on the FPA board since 2015.

Rick Zemlock

Second Vice President

Chris Tucker


Officer Chris Tucker joined the Fremont Police Department in October of 2016 after serving with the Los Altos Police Department since 2007. Officer Tucker brings experience from Patrol, Field Training, Investigations, Collision Reconstruction, and has previously served as an Association Secretary and Treasurer. Officer Tucker has served on the FPA board since 2018.

Richard Hamblin

Member At Large

Officer Richard Hamblin has proudly served with the Fremont Police Department since 2011, and prior to that he worked at the Stockton Police Department from 2004-2011. Det. Hamblin currently is a Detective in the Crimes Against Person Unit assigned as the Human Trafficking/PC290/DV detective. Det. Hamblin is a SWAT member, firearms instructor, and driving instructor. Det. Hamblin has served on the FPA board since 2017.

Ramin Mahboobi

Member At Large

Craig Gaches

Member At Large

Alexander Gregory

Member At Large

Officer Alexander Gregory has served the Fremont Police Department since January of 2015. He is currently assigned to the Traffic Investigations Unit, as a police motorcycle officer. Additionally, he is a member of the Crowd Management Team and is also actively enrolled in law school, where he is working towards his Juris Doctor.

Matthew Bocage

Member At Large

Anthony Piol

Member At Large

Recent News

Press Release: April 18th, 2019 Officer Involved Shooting

The members of the Fremont Police Association would like to take a moment and acknowledge the heroic actions of multiple Fremont Police Officers who sacrificed their own safety yet again in conducting their sworn duty to protect the City of Fremont and all of its residents on April 18th, 2019.

Thank You For Your Support

The Fremont Police Association would like to express our gratitude for your overwhelming generosity during our “Red, White, Blue, and YOU” fundraising campaign.

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