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Gibsonville, North Carolina Jail and Mugshot Information

Gibsonville is a city located in two counties – Alamance and Guilford Counties. Most of the city is located in the Greensboro-Winston-Salem-High Point Combined Statistical Area while the eastern portion is in Alamance County. According to the 2016 census, approximately 7,029 people live in this area. The current mayor is Leonard Williams. The Town Manager is Ben Baxley.

City Hall:
129 West Main Street, Gibsonville, NC 27249
Phone: (336) 449-4144
Fax: (336) 449-4196

Gibsonville City Hall

Mayor’s Office:
507 Cook Road, Elon, NC 27244
Phone: (336) 449-5770

Town Manager’s Office:

In 2016, the crime index in Gibsonville was 124.7 which was less than 50% lower compared to the US average. During this year, there were no murders, rapes, or arson cases reported. However, there were 6 auto thefts, 36 thefts, 43 burglaries, 12 assaults, and 4 robberies reported. As of January 2019, 24 registered sex offenders are residing in Gibsonville. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 287 to 1.

Gibsonville, North Carolina Police Station Information

The city of Gibsonville had a total of 114 reported incidents in 2016. Its total crime rate was 1,599 crimes for every 100,000 people. This was a little over half of the North Carolina average (2,909 crimes for every 100,000 people) and US average (2,745 crimes for every 100,000 people). Theft was the most frequently reported crime that year.

The Gibsonville Police Department is comprised of 18 sworn police officers headed by Police Chief Ron Parrish. There are three divisions with the GPD – Administration, Patrol, and Criminal Investigations. Patrol Division is the largest component of the department. The officers in this division are responsible for providing police coverage to the city, investigating vehicle accidents, and responding to calls for police service. The Criminal Investigations Division, on the other hand, handles follow-up investigations on crimes such as larceny, breaking and entering, physical assaults, and murder.

Gibsonville Police Department:
129 West Main Street, Gibsonville, NC 27249
Phone: 336-449-6677
Fax: 336-449-0678

Gibsonville Police Dept
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Chief of Police:

Additional Information:
Address 1: 129 W Main St
City: Gibsonville
State: North Carolina
Zip Code: 27249-2442
County: Guilford County
Phone #: 336-449-6677
Fax #: 336-449-0678
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 4080
Number of Officers: 11

Open Records Request in Gibsonville, North Carolina

The Town Clerk is responsible for the safekeeping of all public records pertaining to Town Business. Anyone who wishes to look at or obtain copies of public records can submit a request to this office via email at The current Town Clerk is Laurie Yarbrough.

Police Reports in Gibsonville, North Carolina

Copies of police reports are available for pick-up at the Gibsonville Police Department, Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm. You can get copies of accident reports online through or the GPD Crash Report Database.

Gibsonville Crash Report Database

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