Fargo Police update public on 2022 crime figures

Fargo Police Chief Dave Zibolski reviewed 2022 crime statistics in a press conference held Tuesday, March 21.

File photo: Fargo Police Chief David Zibolski addresses the Fargo Police Advisory and Oversight Board panel on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2022, in Fargo City Hall.
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FARGO—Fargo Police Chief Dave Zibolski held a press conference Tuesday, March 21 to review 2022 crime statistics and compare them to 2021 statistics.

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This comes a day after the chief addressed the issue of having to respond to mental health and addiction-related incidents without the city providing long-term treatment options. Read more about that here:

“From a police perspective, in these types of situations we are virtually out of options,” Fargo Police Chief Dave Zibolski said.

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