FREMONT- Dodge County and the City of Fremont have partnered together to move forward on a Joint Law Enforcement Center that would house the Dodge County Sheriff’s Department, the Fremont Police Department, and the 911 Communications Center.
Both the Dodge County Board of Supervisors and Fremont City Council unanimously approved bond language that seeks Dodge County voters’ approval of a new Joint Law Enforcement Center.
In an effort to provide information and answer questions in regards to the proposed center, informational flyers will be published weekly on different aspects of the project. The flyers will be published on the City of Fremont’s website, www.fremontne.gov, as well as the Facebook pages of Mix 105.5 and Big Dog 98.9, the Sheriff’s Department, Police Department, and the City of Fremont.
The first two informational flyers discuss the history of the police/sheriff departments and why there is a need for a JLEC.
Those flyers can be found here:
Public informational meetings are also scheduled for
- September 22, 6:30-7:30 pm at the Christensen Field Meeting Room, 1710 West 16th St.
- October 22, 6:30-7:30 pm at the Fremont City Auditorium Community Room, 925 N Broad St.
A member of the Sheriff’s Department and a member of the Police Department will be available for “Talk Shop with a Cop” from 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. at the following locations:
- Tuesdays at Hy-Vee
- Wednesdays at Walmart
- Thursdays at Baker’s
Citizens of Dodge County and City of Fremont are welcome to ask questions and be informed. Questions can be emailed to email@example.com.
Citizens can also call Lt. Shane Wimer at 402-727-2630 or Deputy Frank at 402-727-2700.