Chief of Police

Adam Mallory

Fair Grove Police Department - Recruiting Page

Fair Grove Police Department

81 S. Orchard Boulevard

P.O. Box 107

Fair Grove, MO 65648

Phone: 417-759-6482

Fax: 417-759-6480

We don't currently have any job openings.  

We are do not currently have any openings, however we are always accepting application packets for future applicant pools.  Please click the red "Apply for a Job" button  to download and submit an application packet if you are interested in joining our team!

Click the red "FGPD Application" button at right to get started, or stop by Fair Grove Police Department at 81 South Orchard Boulevard to pick up your application packet.  (Note: Online application packets must be downloaded.  Apps are optimized for Microsoft Office 2013). 

Downloaded applications with resumes may be mailed to ""

Thank you for your interest in the Fair Grove Police Department!

About Us:  

FGPD has a colorful history that dates back to the early 1900s, with our department currently serving a population of 1,393 located in the rolling hills of northeast of Greene County.  Our department has six full time officers and four reserve officers who serve under the command of the Chief of Police and supervised by two Sergeants and a patrol Corporal.  Our vehicle fleet consists of 2012 and 2014 Dodge Charger Pursuit Package patrol vehicles, 2016 and 2017 Ford Explorer Police Interceptors and one 1987 AM General Humvee for off-road, emergency rescue and winter weather event use.  

While small in population, we are a tourist destination for over-the-road travelers, antiques buyers and bicyclists.  The TransAmerican Bike Route runs directly through the middle of Fair Grove and gives us a unique ability to interact with hundreds of bicyclists making their way through the countryside.  In addition, Fair Grove holds an annual two-day outdoor event named the Heritage Reunion Festival that in years past has drawn crowds between 50,000-70,000 visitors.

In 2015 we introduced the Fair Grove CROP (Community Resource Officer Program).  This new program assigns each patrol officer a city ward and gives the officers and the neighborhoods, businesses, churches and schools in those areas a unique opportunity to interact with our department in an informal, non-threatening setting which allows for greater rapport and strong civic bonds.