Inmates confined at the Duplin County Detention Center are allowed visitation. Visitors must be on the inmate’s approveed visitor list in order to visit an inmate. Up to 8 family members and friends can be added to the list. Each inmate is allowed one 20-minute visit per week. Only two visitors are allowed at the same time. All visits are non-contact. The visiting hours are as follows:
1:00 p. m. – 2:00 p. m. Female inmates with last name beginning with letters A through L
2:00 p. m. – 4:00 p. m. Male inmates with last name beginning with letters A through L
1:00 p. m. – 2:00 p. m. Female inmates with last name beginning with letters M through Z
2:00 p. m. – 4:00 p. m. Male inmates with last name beginning with letters M through Z
The Duplin County Sheriff’s Office does not maintain an online database of all inmates currently detained in their facility. If you are looking for an inmate here, you can get in touch with the detention center at 910-296-2324.
Duplin County Sheriff Information
The Duplin County Sheriff’s Office is the chief law enforcement agency. It is staffed by 102 full-time employees and 19 part-time employees, providing the public with various services. These include patrolling the rural roads, investigating criminal activities, recovering stolen property, serving warrants, and providing court security. The head of the Duplin County Sheriff’s Office is Sheriff Blake Wallace.
Duplin County Sheriff’s Office Address:
112 West Hill Street
Kenansville, NC 28349
Duplin County Sheriff’s Office Phone Number:
Duplin County can be found in the southeastern region of North Carolina. Its county seat is Kenansville while the largest town is Wallace. Its estimated population is 48,515 based on the 2021 census. The total area of the county is 822 square miles.
2018 Annual Average Violent Crimes: 173
Data Source: North Carolina County Health Rankings
Duplin County Public Records Information
Public records are available upon request at Duplin County. You may submit a request to the appropriate department or government agency. Court records such as criminal cases, special proceedings, and divorce judgments can be obtained through the Clerk of Court’s Office. Vital records and real estate deeds can be requested from the Register of Deeds office. For incident and arrest reports, you can submit a request to the Sheriff’s Office.