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Oakboro, North Carolina Jail and Mugshot Information

Oakboro is a town located in Stanly County. According to the 2016 census, around 1,864 people live in this area. The mayor is Joyce H. Little.

Town Hall:
109 North Main Street, #A
Oakboro, North Carolina 28129
Phone: 704-485-3351
Fax: 704-485-2439
E-mail: townofoakboro@oakboro.com

Oakboro Town Hall

Mayor’s Office:
1027 Cross Creek Drive, Oakboro, NC 28129
Phone: 704-485-8042
Email: jlittle@oakboro.com

In 2003, the crime index for Oakboro was 297.3 which was higher than the US average at the time (322.2). During this year, there were no reported rapes, murders, assaults, and arson cases. However, there were 21 reported burglaries, 27 reported thefts, 3 reported robberies. As of March 2019, 4 registered sex offenders are residing in Oakboro. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 500 to 1 which is near the state average.


Oakboro, North Carolina Police Station Information

The town of Oakboro is rated an A+ for crime and safety. Its total crimes are lower compared to the North Carolina average by 64%. Statistically, only 2.89 crimes occur in the city everyday for every 100,000 people. It is considered safer than 75% of all US cities. The odds of a person becoming a victim in this town is 1 in 95. In addition, the town’s total year over year crimes has gone down by 5%.

The Oakboro Police Department is comprised of 7 full-time sworn police officers and 2 part-time police officers. The OPD is headed by Chief of Police T.J. Smith. The department provides several services to the community such as business checks, home checks, child safety & ID program, drug education program, cults & ritualistic crimes program, senior safety program, hot mail & hot fax crime alerts, and the Booze it & Loose it program.

Oakboro Police Department:
Phone: 704-485-4214, 704-485-2439

Oakboro Police Dept

Chief of Police:
Email: tjsmith@oakboro.com

The Stanly County Detention Center houses the inmates of the Oakboro Police Department. The Detention Center is a 133-bed facility where inmates are allowed one 15-minute visit per week onsite. Online visits are also possible. All visits must be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance through www.jailfunds.com or by calling 704-986-3734 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The onsite visitation schedule is as follows:

Tuesdays: working inmates (trustees) and inmates with the last name between A-L

Wednesdays: Female inmates only, Female working inmates are allowed two (2) visits.

Thursdays: working inmates (trustees) and inmates with the last name between M – Z

Evening(s): 6:00 pm, 6:15 pm, 6:30 pm, 6:45 pm, 7:00 pm, 7:15 pm, 7:30 pm, 7:45 pm, 8:00 pm, 8:15 pm

Open Records Request in Oakboro, North Carolina

The Town Clerk is responsible for the safekeeping of all town records in Oakboro. If you want to look at or get a copy of a public record, you can submit a request to this office.
The current Town Clerk is Taffy L. Smith. For more information on public records requests, you can call her at 704-485-3351.

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