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The Pamlico County Detention Center is responsible for housing pre-trial inmates as well as those serving sentences. The facility has around 2800 bookings. It can hold up to 108 inmates. The facility can be found at 200 Main Street in Bayboro, North Carolina.

How to Send Mail or Package

Inmates housed in the Pamlico County Detention Center may receive mail from family members and friends. All incoming mail must be sent from the US Post Office. It must have the sender’s complete name and return address. All incoming mail with the exception of privileged mail will be opened and inspected for contraband. To send mail to an inmate, please follow the following format:

Inmate’s Name
Pamlico County Detention Center
PO Box 437
Bayboro, NC 28515

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Visitation Hours

Inmates housed in the Pamlico County Detention Center are allowed visitation. If you want to visit an inmate at this facility, you will need to get in touch with the Pamlico County Sheriff’s Office at (252) 745-3101.

Pamlico County Sheriff Information

The Pamlico County Sheriff’s Office is the chief law enforcement agency in the county. It is responsible for county communications as well as providing law enforcement services to the community. These include county patrols, investigating crimes, court security, and responding to emergencies. The head of the PCSO is Sheriff Chris Davis.

Pamlico County Sheriff’s Office Address:
200 Main Street
Bayboro, NC 28515

Pamlico County Sheriff’s Office Phone Number:
(252) 745-3101

Pamlico County is located in the eastern region of North Carolina. Its county seat is Bayboro which is also the largest town in the area. According to the 2021 census, it has an estimated population of 12,344. The total area of the county is 567 square miles.

2018 Annual Average Violent Crimes: 36
Data Source: North Carolina County Health Rankings

Pamlico County Public Records Information

Pamlico County Detention Center:

Pamlico County’s public records are available upon request. You may submit a request for vital records or real estate deeds from the Register of Deeds. For court documents such as criminal cases, divorce judgments, and special proceedings, you may submit a request to the Clerk of Court’s office. For copies of police reports, you may contact the Sheriff’s Office.

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