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Calabash, North Carolina Jail and Mugshot Information
Calabash is a small fishing town that can be found in Brunswick County. Based on the 2016 census, it has approximately 2,146 residents. The mayor is Mary Louise Knight. The Town Manager is Charles “Chuck” M. Nance, Jr.
882 Persimmon Road, Calabash, NC 28467
Fax: 910-579-5494 or 910-579-5495
1137 River Drive SW, Calabash, NC 28467
Phone: 910-579-6747 ext. 8
Town Manager’s Office:
Phone: 910-579-6747 ext. 5
As of February 2019, 5 registered sex offenders are residing in Calabash. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 360 to 1.
Calabash, North Carolina Police Station Information
The town of Calabash is rated an A for crime and safety due to its low crime rate. Its total crimes are lower compared to the state average by 55%. It is also lower than the US average by 52%. Statistically, only 3.6 crimes occur everyday in the town for every 100,000 people. The odds of a person becoming a victim of a crime here is 1 in 77. The town is considered safer compared to 68% of all US cities. However, the town’s year over year crimes have gone up by 4%.
The town of Calabash contracts with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office for law enforcement services. The BCSO has a substation within the town. The BCSO is headed by Sheriff John W. Ingram, V. It is comprised of several divisions including Uniform Services, the Criminal Investigative Unit, and the Vice Narcotics Unit. The The Uniform Services Division is the backbone of the BCSO. It consists of several smaller units including Uniform Patrol which is responsible for providing the first line of law enforcement response for the communities of Brunswick County. The Criminal Investigative Unit is comprised of 13 full-time detectives who are responsible for investigating property crimes, assaults, fraud cases, homicides, sex crimes, and any other crimes covered by North Carolina General Statutes.
BSCO Calabash Substation:
10176 Beach Drive, Calabash, NC 28467
Office: (910) 579-7030
Fax: (910) 579-7039
BSCO Main Office:
70 Stamp Act Drive, Bolivia, NC 28422
Office: (910) 253-2777
Fax: (910) 253-4370
The Brunswick County Detention Center is a 444-bed facility under the supervision of Chief Jailer Jane Evans. All inmates are allowed non-contact video visitation. These visits can be done 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.
Brunswick County Detention Center:
70 Stamp Act Drive, Bolivia, NC 28422
Office: (910) 253-2760
Fax: (910) 253-2686
Open Records Request in Calabash, North Carolina
The Town Clerk is responsible for the safekeeping of all official Town records and any public documents. If you want to look at or get copies of public records, you can get in touch with Town Clerk Sue Stuhr using the contact details below.
Town Clerk’s Office:
Phone: 910-579-6747 ext. 3
Police Reports in Calabash, North Carolina
The Records Clerk of the Administrative Support Division of the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for maintaining all records generated by the department. If you wish to obtain copies of a police report, you can get in touch with Amelia Sasser by calling 910-253-2777 or toll-free at (800) 672-6379.