Mount Airy, North Carolina Jail and Mugshot Information

Mount Airy is a city located in Surry County. According to the 2016 census, approximately 10,347 people live in this area. The mayor is David Rowe. The City Manager is Barbara A. Jones.

City Hall:
300 S. Main St.
Mount Airy, NC 27030
Phone: 336-786-3501

Mount Airy City Hall

Mayor’s Office:
Phone: 336-786-3504
Email: drowe@mountairy.org

City Manager’s Office:
bajones@mountairy.org

In 2016, the crime index of Mount Airy was 361.7. This was much higher compared to the US average (280.5). During this year, there were 10 robberies, 1 murder, 1 rape, 34 assaults, 94 burglaries, 378 thefts, 39 auto thefts, and 4 arson cases reported. As of December 2018, 61 registered sex offenders are residing in Mount Airy. The ratio of residents and sex offenders is 173 to 1.

Mount Airy, North Carolina Police Station Information

The city of Mount Airy had 480 incidents reported in 2016. The total crime rate of the city then was 4,643 crimes for every 100,000 people. This was more than the state average which was 2,909 crimes for every 100,000 people. The US average was also lower in comparison at 2,745 crimes for every 100,000 people. Theft was the most frequently reported crime that year.

The Mount Airy Police Department is headed by Chief of Police Dale Watson. There are several divisions within the MAPD. These include Administration, Patrol, Communications, Community Services, and Criminal Investigations Division & Narcotics.

Mount Airy Police Department:
150 Rockford St.
Mount Airy, NC 27030
Phone: 336-786-3535

Mount Airy Police Dept

Chief of Police:
dwatson@mountairy.org

Open Records Request in Mount Airy, North Carolina

The City Manager is responsible for processing all requests for public records. If you want to view or obtain a copy of a public record, you can obtain a request form from City Hall.

Mount Airy Public Records Request Form

Police Reports in Mount Airy, North Carolina

To get a copy of an accident or incident report from the Mount Airy Police Department, you can submit a request to the department by mail along with a self-addressed envelope. You will need to provide information regarding the incident such as the date of the incident or accident, the name of the persons involved, the location, and the investigative officer’s name.

Records Department
P.O. Box 1244
Mount Airy, NC 27030

Kim Hicks, Records Administrator
336-786-3537
khicks@mountairy.org

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