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You may pick up a copy of the report typically, the next business day following the reporting of the incident at the Surf City Police Department 305 N. New River Drive between the hours of 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM Monday through Friday. It may, however, take between 3-5 business days before accident report is available.
The Surf City Police Department does not and cannot provide this service. Fingerprints may be obtained at the Pender County Sheriff's Office (910-259-1212) 605 E. Fremont St. Burgaw, NC. Tuesday & Thursday 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM and 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM. The fee is $10. Onslow County Sheriff's Office (910-455-3113) 717 Court St. Jacksonville, NC. Monday - Friday By Appointment Only. The Fee is $10.
We all have old prescriptions in our medicine cabinet or random pills in our bathroom drawers that we can’t quite remember the name of. You might think it’s smart to hold on to them JUST IN CASE, but those drugs you’re letting languish in your home could lead to addiction, be swallowed by a child or grandchild, make someone sick because they’re out of date, or even harm the water supply when you flush them down the drain. The Surf City Police Department is making it easy for you to get rid of those drugs – just stop by the police department at 305 N. New River Drive and drop them in the drug disposal box right in the lobby. No questions asked! No paper work to fill out! You can come by any time 8am to 5 pm, 7 days a week.
The police department does offer this service. An officer will spend about 30 minutes with you covering basic safety information and teaching you how to properly install your car seat. Please make sure to bring your car manual and car seat manual. Please call 910-328-7711 to schedule an appointment.
When a case is assigned to a uniformed officer for follow-up investigation, that officer will contact the victim within 5 working days. When cases are assigned to members of the investigative team they are to contact the victim within 72 hours following assignment of the case. Both uniformed officers and investigators are responsible for maintaining contact with the victim as necessary throughout the investigation.
No. If no leads, evidence or other information is available, then the case is placed in an inactive file. Often, inactive cases are cleared at a later date through information developed from active cases. We encourage you to report all criminal violations to the police department. If you have a question or additional information about your case that may help us solve it, please contact the police department.
The police department only receives property in three ways: evidence, found property, and confiscated property. Property may be claimed at the police department by appointment only. Call to schedule your appointment. In order to claim property you must have current picture ID. There must be sufficient supporting information to prove ownership of any property to be claimed. Property collected as evidence can only be claimed with a court order which is obtained from court after the case has been tried. You may call 910-328-7711 if you have questions about claiming property.