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Boiling Spring Lakes, North Carolina Jail and Mugshot Information
Boiling Spring Lakes is a city located in Brunswick County. Based on the 2016 census, approximately 5,930 people live in the area. The current mayor is Craig Caster. The City Manager is Jeff Repp.
9 East Boiling Spring Rd., Boiling Spring Lakes, NC 28461
884 South Shore Dr., Boiling Spring Lakes, NC 28461
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Boiling Spring Lakes, North Carolina Police Station Information
The city of Boiling Spring Lakes has a B- rating for crime and safety. The total crimes are lower than the North Carolina average by 12%. The US average is also higher by 7%. Statistically, 6.98 crimes occur everyday in the city for every 100,000 people. It is considered safer compared to 42% of all US cities. The odds of becoming a victim of a crime in this city is 1 in 40. The total year over year crimes here has not changed.
The Boiling Spring Lakes Police Department is headed by Chief of Police Bradford Shirley. The department provides several services to the community such as the Prescription Drop Box, Animal Services, and the RUOK program.
Boiling Spring Lakes Police Department:
9 East Boiling Spring Lakes Dr, Boiling Spring Lakes, NC 28461
Phone: 910-363-0011; 844-363-0025 (Toll Free)
Chief of Police:
The Brunswick County Detention Center is the facility used by the Boiling Spring Lakes Police Department to house its pre-trial inmates. The jail is a 444-bed facility is headed by Chief Jailer Jane Evans. All inmates are allowed visitation. These non-contact video visits can be performed onsite, online through a computer, and via your smartphone using the Securus Video Visit app. Each inmate is allowed 1 visit per week. All visits must be scheduled no later than 24 hours in advance but no more than 2 weeks in advance. Visitation hours are Sunday through Monday from 9am to 7:35pm.
Open Records Request in Boiling Spring Lakes, North Carolina
The City Clerk is responsible for maintaining and preserving the official records of the city of Boiling Spring Lakes. The clerk also functions as public records coordinator. If you wish to view or obtain copies of a public record, you can get in touch with the City Clerk’s office.
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