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Pembroke, North Carolina Jail and Mugshot Information
Pembroke is a town located in Robeson County. According to the 2016 census, approximately 3,009 people live in this area. The mayor is Charles Gregory Cummings. The Town Manager is Tyler Thomas.
100 S Union Chapel Rd, Pembroke, NC 28372
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In 2014, the crime index for Pembroke was 526.3 which was much higher than the US average (301.2). During this year, there were no reported murders. However, there were 8 reported robberies, 10 reported assaults, 1 reported rape, 1 reported burglary, 250 reported thefts, 8 reported auto thefts, and 5 reported arson cases. As of February 2019, 27 registered sex offenders are residing in Pembroke. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 110 to 1.
Pembroke, North Carolina Police Station Information
Pembroke is rated a B for crime and safety. Its total crime rate is lower than the state average by 31%. It is also lower compared to the US average by 27%. Statistically, only 5.48 crimes happen daily in the town for every 100,000 people. It is considered safer in this town compared to 48% of all US cities. The chances of a person becoming a victim of a crime is 1 in 51. In fact, the total year over year crimes in the town has been reduced by 8%.
The Pembroke Police Department is headed by Chief of Police Edward Locklear. The department is responsible for providing 24/7 police coverage to the community as well as answering any calls for service.
Pembroke Police Department:
100 S Union Chapel Rd., Pembroke, NC 28372
Chief of Police:
Open Records Request in Pembroke, North Carolina
The Town Clerk is the official custodian of public records. Part of the duties of this office include keeping a journal of the proceedings of the meetings of the Board and handling all public record requests submitted to Town Hall. The current Town Clerk is Amira Hunt. For more information on public record requests, you can get in touch with her by calling 910-668-1476 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Police Reports in Pembroke, North Carolina
Copies of accident reports created by the Pembroke Police Department are available online through its Crash Report Database. Inside a crash report, you’ll find the date, time, and location of the accident as well as information on the driver/s involved. Information on the owner/s of the vehicle/s will also be included along with a crash sequence, a detailed diagram, and narrative of the incident.