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Brunswick County Court, NC

The Brunswick County Detention Center is responsible for housing individuals who have been charged or convicted of civil and/or criminal offenses. It operates under the direct supervision of Chief Jailer Captain Michael Fowler. The facility has a total capacity of 444 beds. It features several administration offices, separate Booking and Releasing areas, a public lobby, a medical station, and 13 inmate housing blocks. The facility can be found at 70 Stamp Act Drive in Bolivia, NC.

How to Send Mail or Package

Inmates at the Brunswick County Detention Center are allowed to receive mail. All incoming mail will be inspected for contraband. Photos are not permitted. All incoming mail must include the sender’s full name and return address. It should also be addressed to the full name of the inmate.

Inmates at this facility are also allowed to receive funds in their commissary accounts. Family and friends can deposit funds using the kiosk located in the main lobby of the detention center. It can accept cash, credit cards, and debit cards. Take note that there is a $3 service fee for using the kiosk. In addition, the kiosk is only open for deposits from Monday through Friday 8:30am to 5pm. Deposits can also be made online through the McDaniel Supply Company website. There is a service fee for depositing funds online. The fee will depend on the amount of the deposit made.

Visitation Hours

Inmates confined at the Brunswick County Detention Center have the privilege of visitation. Each inmate is allowed one on-site visit per week. Visits are limited to 20 minutes. All on-site visits need to be scheduled at least a day in advance but no more than 14 days ahead of time. To schedule a visit, you can call 910-253-2842 Monday thru Friday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. Visits can be scheduled from Sunday to Monday, starting from 9am to 7:35pm.

Online visits are also allowed through the Securus Video Visitation system. Inmates are allowed an unlimited number of online visits as long as there are available time slots. However, online visits are not free. A 20-minute visit costs $6.95 while a 40-minute visit costs $14.95.

The Brunswick County Detention Center maintains an online database of all inmates currently housed in the facility. The database shows the inmate’s mugshot, full name, age, race, sex, arrest date, release date, charges, and bond amount. If you wish to locate an inmate here, you can use the inmate search function on the Sheriff’s Office website. You can search based on the inmate’s name, race, sex, date in custody, arrest date, and release date.

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Brunswick County Sheriff Information

The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office is the principal law enforcement agency in the area. It is headed by Sheriff John W. Ingram V and staffed by more than 250 sworn officers and over 100 volunteer personnel. The Sheriff’s Office includes a substation in Belville, a substation in Calabash, the Detention Center, the Communication Center, the Animal Services Center, and other support operations that enable the agency to provide full law enforcement coverage for the county.

Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Address:
70 Stamp Act Drive, Bolivia, NC 28422

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Brunswick County is the southernmost county in North Carolina, bordered by the Atlantic Ocean. Its county seat is Bolivia while the largest city is Leland. According to the 2020 census, Brunswick County has a total population of 136,693. It has a nominal growth rate of around 47% in ten years which makes it the fourth fastest-growing county in the US. The total area of the county is 1,050 square miles.

2018 Annual Average Violent Crimes: 191
Data Source: North Carolina County Health Rankings

Brunswick County Public Records Information

Requests for copies of public records from the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office can be made online. All requests have a target window of completion which is 10 business days. Please note that any information that involves an active investigation or will endanger a victim will not be released. In addition, email is the preferred method of delivery. For those who cannot receive email, you can set an appointment for picking up the records by calling (910) 253-2505.

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