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Granite Quarry, North Carolina Jail and Mugshot Information

Granite Quarry is a town that can be found in Rowan County. There are an estimated 2,999 people residing in this area. The mayor is Bill Feather. The Town Manager is Larry Smith.

Town Hall:
143 N. Salisbury Avenue, Granite Quarry, NC 28146
Phone: 704-279-5596
Fax: 704-279-6648

Granite Quarry Town Hall

Mayor’s Office:

Town Manager’s Office:
Phone: 704-279-5596 ext. 229

In 2011, the crime index of Granite Quarry was 297.3 which was just slightly below the US average (301.3). During this year, there were no reported murders, robberies, and arson cases. However, there were 2 reported rapes, 8 reported assaults, 30 reported burglaries, 80 reported thefts, and 4 reported auto thefts. As of February 2019, only 1 registered sex offender is residing in Granite Quarry. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 3,027 to 1 which is a lot smaller than the North Carolina average.

Granite Quarry, North Carolina Police Station Information

Granite Quarry has an A rating for crime and safety due to its relative low crime rate. Its total crime rate is lower compared to the rest of North Carolina by 56%. It is also lower compared to the US average by 54%. Statistically, only 3.48 crimes occur in the town for every 100,000 people. The odds are 1 in 79 that a person will become a victim of a crime in this area. In fact, the town’s year over year crimes has gone down by 7%. Granite Quarry is considered to be safer than 69% of all US cities.

The Granite Quarry-Faith Joint Police Authority is a law enforcement agency that provides police protection to the town of Granite Quarry and the town of Faith. This agency is headed by Chief of Police Mark J. Cook. It consists of 8 full-time police officers and 9 part-time/reserve officers. The agency is responsible for patrolling the various areas within the two towns and responding to all calls for service from these communities. They are also responsible for conducting investigations on all reported criminal activity.

Granite Quarry-Faith Joint Police Authority:
143 N Salisbury GQ Ave, Granite Quarry, NC 28072
Phone: (704) 279-2952

Granite Quarry Police Dept

Chief of Police:

Additional Information:
Address 1: 143 N Salisbury
City: Granite Quarry
State: North Carolina
County: Rowan County
Phone #: 704-279-2952
Fax #: 704-279-6648
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 2000
Number of Officers: 4

The Rowan County Detention Center houses the pre-trial inmates of the Granite Quarry-Faith Joint Police Authority. This direct supervision facility can hold a maximum of 210 inmates. There is also an annex facility which can hold 160 inmates. Each inmate is permitted non-contact visits once a week. The schedule is dependent on the inmates’ last names.

Visiting Hours:
A through F – Saturday 1 to 4pm
G through K – Sunday 1 to 4pm
L through R – Tuesday 7 to 10pm
S through Z – Wednesday 7 to 10pm

Rowan County Detention Center:
115 W Liberty Street
Salisbury, NC 28144
Phone: 704-216-8770
Fax: 704-216-8731

Open Records Request in Granite Quarry, North Carolina

The Town Clerk is the official record keeper in Granite Quarry. If you want to look at or get a copy of a public record, you will need to submit a request to this office. The current Town Clerk is Tanya Maria Word. For more information on public record requests, you can get in touch with her using the contact details below.

Town Clerk’s Office:
Phone: 704-279-5596 ext. 202

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