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Elm, North Carolina Jail and Mugshot Information

Elm City is a town located in Wilson County. According to the 2016 census, approximately 1,354 people live in this area. The mayor is Grady Smith.

Town Hall:
117 S. Railroad St., Elm City, NC 27822
Phone: (252) 236-4917

Elm Town Hall

As of March 2019, 15 registered sex offenders are residing in Elm City. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 110 to 1.

Elm, North Carolina Police Station Information

The town of Elm City is rated an A for crime and safety. It has a total crime rate of 1,425 crimes for every 100,000 people. This is lower by 51% than the North Carolina average. It is also lower than the US average by 48%. The chances of a person becoming a victim here is 1 in 71. The year over year crime in the town by 5%. Statistically, only 3.9 crimes happen in the town for every 100,000 people. The town is safer compared to 63% of all US cities.

The Town of Elm City contracts with the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office for law enforcement services. The Sheriff’s Office operates a substation in the town. There are several divisions within the WCSO. The Criminal Division patrols the various areas within the county and performs traffic and crowd control as well as serves subpoenas and criminal summons. The Detective Division, on the other hand, is responsible for conducting investigations on all serious crimes committed in the county. The current head of the WCSO is Sheriff Calvin L. Woodard Jr.


Sheriff’s Substation:
117 S. Railroad Street, Elm City, NC 27822
Phone: (252) 236-4411

Wilson County Sheriff

The Wilson County Detention Center houses all pretrial inmates of the county. The jail is able to hold 284 local, state, and federal inmates. To visit an inmate at this facility, you will need to call the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office at (252) 237-2118 to make an appointment.

Open Records Request in Elm, North Carolina

The Town Clerk is responsible for the safekeeping of all records pertaining to Town business. If you want to see or get copies of public records, you can submit a request to this office. The current Town Clerk is Dena Cordell.

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