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Swepsonville, North Carolina Jail and Mugshot Information
Swepsonville is a town located in Alamance County. It has an estimated population of 1,335 based on the 2016 census. The mayor is Raymond L. Herring.
2747 Darrell Newton Drive, Swepsonville, NC 27253
2747 Darrell Newton Drive, Graham, NC 27253
Swepsonville, North Carolina Police Station Information
Swepsonville is rated an A+ for crime and safety due to its relatively low crime rate. Its total crimes are lower compared to the North Carolina average by 71%. It is also lower than the national average by 70%. Statistically, 2.28 crimes occur daily in the town for every 100,000 people. Swepsonville is considered safer than 82% of all US cities. The odds of becoming a victim of a crime here is 1 in 121. Also, the total year over year crimes in the town has gone down by 6%.
The town of Swepsonville contracts with the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office for law enforcement services. The ACSO is headed by Sheriff Terry S. Johnson. The department offers several services to the county including gun permits, issuing warrants, and animal control. In addition, the deputies of the ACSO are responsible for answering all calls of service from the town and 24/7 providing patrol coverage.
Alamance County Sheriff’s Office:
109 South Maple Street, Graham, NC 27253
Animal Control: 336-570-6302
Phone: (336) 570-6311
All individuals arrested by the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office are housed in the Detention Center. All inmates at this facility are allowed visitation. If you wish to learn the visitation schedule, you can call (336) 570-6317.
Open Records Request in Swepsonville, North Carolina
The Town Clerk is the official custodian of all records pertaining to Town business in Swepsonville. You can inspect or obtain copies of public records by submitting a request to the Town Clerk’s Office. The current Town Clerk is Amy Albright. You can get in touch with her by calling 336-578-5644 during regular business hours, Mondays through Fridays from 8am to 5pm.