The Fred Bobbitt Memorial Scholarship
To our community members,
The Fremont Police Association (FPA) was incorporated in 1956 and currently consists of 11 board members. The FPA Board is elected by the members of our association, which includes all sworn personnel with the rank of Officer or Sergeant. The purpose of the FPA Board is to work to protect employee rights through representation, improve working conditions and negotiate compensation. These responsibilities are primarily achieved by building a professional working relationship with the Chief of Police, Executive Command Staff, City Officials and OUR COMMUNITY.
The FPA takes great pride in our community, not just in our daily duties but also by providing opportunities and support to those in need. The FPA sponsors several community events each year, has a college scholarship program and donates to community programs in need.
The FPA recognizes the challenging times we live in and are working tirelessly to adapt to current events and to forecast a better future for all.
It is my honor and privilege to serve as President of the Fremont Police Association. Our members are some of the finest officers in the country and they take great pride in working with our community and going above and beyond to help ensure the City of Fremont remains safe. I want to assure you that we are here for you and will work to keep the incredible amount of support you have shown us.
Fremont Police Association President
Board of Directors
Officer Chris Tucker joined the Fremont Police Department in October of 2016 after serving with the Los Altos Police Department since 2007. Chris brings experience from Patrol, Field Training, Investigations, Collision Reconstruction, and has previously served as an Association Secretary and Treasurer. Chris has served on the FPA Board since 2018, and is responsible for all business and public-facing systems operations.
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.