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Eric Tonder

Patrol Officer

Fairmont Police Department

HQ Phone:  (507) 238-4481

Email: e***@***.org

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Fairmont Police Department

201 Lake Avenue

Fairmont, Minnesota,56031

United States

Company Description

The Fairmont Police Department is committed to providing professional, fair, and compassionate police services that are sensitive to the needs of the community to ensure public safety. ...more

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Fairmont Police Department | Officer Biographies

www.fairmontpolice.org [cached]

Detective Eric Tonder
Detective Tonder was hired as a Patrolman with the Fairmont Police Department in 1997. He was promoted to Sergeant in 2000 and in 2003 promoted to his current position of Detective. Detective Tonder has a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice and has received training in several specialties some of which include; High Tech Criminal Forensic Computer Investigations, Seized Computer Evidence Recovery, Advanced Latent Prints, Crime Scene Evaluation and Processing, Death Scene Investigation, Internal Affairs Investigations, Advanced Interview and Interrogation, Advanced Statement Analysis and Child Abuse Forensic Interviewing. Detective Tonder supervises Fairmont's Predatory Offender Registration Compliance and has served as a Drug Recognition Expert (DRE).


Fairmont Police Department | Contact Directory

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Detective Eric Tonder, V30; etonder@fairmont.org


www.fairmontsentinel.com

Eric Tonder of the Fairmont Police Department.
"But teen groups, high school, places like that, those were a target area." Tonder said this could be used as an opportunity for parents to talk to their children about being wary of strangers. "It's a good time to talk with your children about everyone, and going over not talking to strangers, or how they can come to you if there is someone that makes them uncomfortable," he said. A woman who said she was the victim of the 1994 attack asked why Johnson is coming back here, even if he has no family in the area. "It could be all they have," Tonder said of offenders who return to the community where the crime occurred. "Be cautious, but live your life," Tonder said.


Sentinel News Stories

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As Eric Tonder moves up from sergeant to detective, Officer Michael Hunter will take over as sergeant Aug. 7. Tonder began his duties as detective last month, filling the position left vacant by Capt. Brad Hady, who was promoted to chief deputy for the Martin County Sheriff's Department in March. "He has lots of skills and will do well," Fairmont Police Chief Greg Brolsma said of Tonder.While there were four applications for the sergeant position, Tonder was the sole applicant for detective. "I am excited about the new schedule change and I look forward to the investigations," Tonder said."I'll be concentrating on the crimes such as white collar crimes, child protection and sex offenders." Tonder has spent six years with the Fairmont Police Department, and was promoted to sergeant in September 2000. "It was a tough choice," Tonder said of applying for the detective position.Tonder has a very high working standard, and I hope I can live up to that."


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Erik Tonder


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