Saturday, June 3, 2023

Fort Bragg Police Close Front Lobby to the Public Due to ‘Recent Increased Omicron Contagion’


The following is a press release issued by the Fort Bragg Police Department:

Due to the recent increased Omicron contagion, the Fort Bragg Police Department has made the decision to close the front lobby to the public effective Thursday, January 6, 2002. Staff will be still in the office during regular business hours, but access will be restricted to protect members of the public and our staff.

To arrange vehicle releases, property returns, and citation sign-offs, the telephone located outside the front door (inside the red box), will connect directly to Dispatch, who will contact the appropriate member of staff to assist. Unfortunately, we will not be able to offer Livescan / Fingerprinting services at this time. You may contact the following local business to set up your appointment to get fingerprinting / Livescans done at:

Norcal Packing and Shipping
221 N. Main St., Fort Bragg, CA
Office Hours: Monday – Thursday 10 AM- 4PM

A reassessment will be done on January 24, 2022 to reconsider the reopening of the front lobby and a new press release will be issued to inform the reopening date.

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