Police

Nestled in northeastern Greene County, Missouri and incorporated in 1967, the Fair Grove Police Department is a full-time, small-town police department dedicated to serving our citizens with professional 24-hour, 7 day a week law enforcement services. 

The Fair Grove Police Department consists of 10 officers:  Five full-time officers including the Chief of Police, one sergeant and three patrol officers as well as a Reserve Squad lead by one sergeant and five reserve officers.  FGPD also works with the Fair Grove R-X School District to commission a full-time School Resource Officer.

...By protecting the future!

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Chief of Police

Adam Mallory

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Welcome to the Fair Grove Police Department

How Do I?

FGPD is currently accepting applications for a Reserve Police Officer.  All applicants must be 21 years of age or older, possess a current Missouri POST license (or transferable out-of-state peace officer's license) and a valid Missouri driver's license and be free from criminal charges and convictions.  All reserve officers are required to work 20 hours a month and are paid a stipend following completion of field training.  For more information contact FGPD at 417-759-6482 or click "Apply for a job" to download an application.

Fair Grove Police Department

81 South Orchard Boulevard

Mailing Address: PO Box 107

Fair Grove, MO 65648


Non-Emergency Phone Number: 417-759-6482
Fax Number: 417-759-6480


EMERGENCY: 911

Community Resource Officer Program


In 2015, the Fair Grove Police Department launched our Community Resource Officer Program (CROP).  This initiative is geared towards sustaining healthy civic relations between our department and the citizens we protect through proactive community assistance and support.  Each city ward is assigned one officer who is responsible for networking with citizens within their ward through free community workshops, formal and informal onsite meetings and positive civic interactions with the city.  For more information, click the button below.

Preserving the past...

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