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Franklin, North Carolina Jail and Mugshot Information

Franklin is a town located in Macon County where it also serves as the county seat. Based on the 2016 census, around 3,993 people live in this area. The mayor is Bob Scott. The Town Manager is Summer Woodard.

Town Hall:
95 East Main Street, Franklin, NC 28734
Phone: 828-524-2516
Fax: 828-524-4540

Franklin Town Hall

Mayor’s Office:
Phone: (828) 524-2516 ext. 310

Town Manager’s Office:
Phone: (828) 524-2516 ext. 305

In 2014, the crime index in Franklin was 383.4 which was much higher than the US average (283.9). During this year, there were no murders, rapes, robberies, and arson cases reported. However, there were 15 reported assaults, 70 reported burglaries, 160 reported thefts, and 8 auto thefts. As of January 2019, 69 registered sex offenders are residing in Franklin. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 58 to 1.

Franklin, North Carolina Police Station Information

The town of Franklin is rated an A- for crime and safety. Its total crimes are lower compared to the North Carolina average by 47%. It is also lower than the US average by 43%. Statistically, 4.25 daily crimes happen in the town for every 100,000 people. The town is considered safer than 60% of all US cities. The odds of a person becoming a victim here is 1 in 65. The total year over year crimes in Franklin has gone down by 5%.

The Franklin Police Department is headed by Chief David Adams. It is comprised of several divisions including Patrol, Investigations, and Administration. The Administration Division is responsible for directing all activities of the department. The Patrol Division provides law enforcement services to the community 24/7; they respond to calls for service, investigate traffic accidents, and enforce traffic laws. The Investigations Division handles all follow-up investigations of reported incidents.

Franklin Police Department:
218 West Palmer Street, Franklin, NC 28734
Phone: 828-524-2864, 828-369-3393
Fax: 828-524-2495

Franklin Police Dept

Chief of Police:
Phone: (828) 524-1886 or (828) 524-2864 ext. 367

Franklin Police Facebook

Additional Information:
Address 1: 188 W Main St
City: Franklin
State: North Carolina
Zip Code: 28734-2949
County: Macon County
Phone #: 828-524-2864
Fax #: 828-524-2495
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 3300
Number of Officers: 17

The Macon County Detention Center is the facility used by the Franklin Police Department to house its pre-trial inmates. This 75-bed facility houses sentenced and unsentenced individuals who have less than a year to serve or are awaiting sentencing. It has 3 male dormitories and 1 female dormitory. The visitation schedule is as follows:

Dorm #1 1:00-3:30pm Saturday
Dorm #2 1:00-3:30pm Sunday
Male Lock Down 3:30-5:00pm Saturday

Macon County Detention Center:
1820 Lakeside Drive, Franklin, NC 28734
Phone: (828) 349-2104
Fax: (828) 349-2275

Open Records Request in Franklin, North Carolina

The Town Clerk is responsible for maintaining the minute books of the Town Council and Planning Board as well as other official documents of the town. This office is also responsible for processing any requests to access public records. The current Town Clerk is Travis Tallent. You can get in touch with him using the contact details below.

Town Clerk’s Office:
Phone: (828) 524-2516 ext. 312

Police Reports in Franklin, North Carolina

The Franklin Police Department does not provide copies of crash reports. You can only obtain copies from the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles which is located in Raleigh. For copies of incident reports, you can submit a request to the FPD at least 3 business days after the report was taken. You can pick up a copy of the report during regular business hours, Monday through Friday from 9 AM until 5 PM excluding holidays.

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