Stallings, North Carolina Jail and Mugshot Information
Stallings is a town located in Union and Mecklenburg Counties. It has an estimated 15,378 residents. The current mayor of the town is Wyatt Dunn. The Town Manager is Alex Sewell.
315 Stallings Road, Stallings, NC 28104
Town Manager’s Office:
In 2006, the crime rate in Stallings was 824.2 which was higher than the US average (312.1). During this year, there were 3 murders, 2 rapes, 14 robberies, 38 assaults, 80 burglaries, 127 thefts, and 29 auto thefts. As of December 2018, only 1 registered sex offender has listed Stallings as his/her place of residence. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 15,064 to 1 which is a lot smaller than the state average.
Stallings, North Carolina Police Station Information
The town of Stallings had a total number of 193 reported incidents which gave it a total crime of 1,233 crimes for every 100,000 individuals. This was much lower compared to the North Carolina average (2,909 crimes for every 100,000 people). It was also much lower compared to the US average which was 2,745 crimes for every 100,000 people. The crime that was most often reported that year was theft.
The Stallings Police Department is under the command of Chief M.E. Plyler, Jr. The SPD is comprised of two divisions – Operations and Administrative. The Operations Division is comprised of the patrol officers, detectives, and crime scene investigator. The Administrative Division handles the overall operations of the department.
Stallings Police Department:
315 Stallings Rd.
Stallings, NC 28104
Main Office: 704-821-0300
PD Fax: 704-821-0657
Chief of Police:
The Union County Jail is the facility used by the Stallings Police Department. It can be found at 3344 Presson Road. Inmates at this facility are permitted up to two 15-minute visits a day. Visitation is held from Thursdays through Sundays, 1:30pm to 4:30pm. The schedule is based on the inmates’ last names.
A-F Thursdays and Saturdays 1:30 to 3pm
G-L Thursdays and Saturdays 3 to 4:30pm
M-R Fridays and Sundays 1:30 to 3pm
S-Z Fridays and Sundays 3 to 4:30pm
Union County Jail:
3344 Presson Rd.
Monroe, North Carolina, NC 28112
Open Records Request in Stallings, North Carolina
The Police Records Administrator is responsible for the safekeeping of all records generated by the Stallings Police Department. You can submit any requests to obtain copies of police reports to the Police Records Section. You can also obtain copies of incident and arrest reports online through the Union County Sheriff’s Office Event Database.
L. Wilson, Police Records Administrator:
Police Reports in Stallings, North Carolina
Incident/Investigation reports include information on the agency that created the report, the located and date of the incident, the type of incident reported, and information on the victim. You’ll also find information on other individuals and property involved as well as the current status of the case.