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Kure Beach, North Carolina Jail and Mugshot Information
Kure Beach is a town located in New Hanover County which is just south of Wilmington Beach. According to the 2016 census, approximately 2,109 people live in this area. The mayor is Craig Bloszinsky.
117 Settlers Lane, Kure Beach, NC 28449
As of March 2019, 3 registered sex offenders are living in Kure Beach. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 794 to 1 which is smaller than the state average.
Kure Beach, North Carolina Police Station Information
The town of Kure Beach has a rating of A+ for crime and safety. Its total crime rate is lower than the North Carolina average by 84%. The US average is also higher by 83%. Statistically, only 1.25 crimes occur daily in the town which makes it safer compared to 91% of all US cities. The chances of a person becoming a victim of a crime here is 1 in 220. In addition, the total year over year crimes in the town has been reduced by 6%.
The Kure Beach Police Department is headed by Chief of Police Mike Bowden. The KBPD is comprised of two main divisions – Patrol and Investigations. There are 7 full-time and 4 part-time officers in the Patrol Division who are responsible for routinely patrolling the neighborhoods within town limits. The Investigations Division, on the other hand, is comprised of 3 offiers who are responsible for handling follow-up investigations on any reported incidents.
Kure Beach Police Department:
114 7th Avenue, North Kure Beach, NC 28449
The New Hanover County Detention Facility houses the inmates of the Kure Beach Police Department. The facility, which can be found along Juvenile Center Road, is run by the Detention Division of the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office. The daily average inmate population of this facility is 569. Each inmate is permitted a 45-minute visit twice a week, up to 2 adult guests per visit. All visits must be scheduled ahead of time by the inmate. Visitation hours are from 1pm to 9pm daily.
New Hanover County Detention Facility
3950 Juvenile Center Rd.
Castle Hayne, NC 28429
Open Records Request in Kure Beach, North Carolina
The Town Clerk is responsible for the management of the Administration Department of the Kure Beach Town Hall. Part of the responsibilities of this office include processing all public record and FOIA (Freedom of Information) requests. The current Town Clerk is Nancy Avery. You can get in touch with her via email at email@example.com or by mail. Copies cost 10 cents per page.
Police Reports in Kure Beach, North Carolina
Any reports created by the officers of the Kure Beach Police Department are filed and maintained by the Administrative Assistant of the department, Tammy Earnhardt. You can request for information regarding copies of police reports by calling 910-458-7586.