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The Tyrrell County Detention Center is a facility that houses sentenced and unsentenced individuals. It has an average daily population of 15 inmates. Its yearly turnover rate is estimated at 300 offenders. The Tyrell County Detention Center is located at 405 Main Street in Columbia, North Carolina.

How to Send Mail or Package

Inmates detained in the Tyrrell County Detention Center may receive correspondence from family and friends. All incoming mail must be sent from the US Post Office. Mail will be searched by the staff for contraband. To send mail to an inmate, please address it in the following manner:

Inmate’s Full Name
Tyrrell County Detention Center
P. O. Box 449
Columbia, NC 27925

Visitation Hours

The Tyrrell County Detention Center grants its inmates the privilege of visitation. Visitation policies differ between facilities. If you want to visit an inmate at this facility, you can get in touch with the Sheriff’s Office at (252) 796-2251.

Tyrrell County Sheriff Information

The Tyrrell County Sheriff’s Office is the chief law enforcement officer in the area. It serves the community in a variety of ways including routine patrols, criminal investigations, traffic enforcement, and emergency response. The head of the TCSO is Sheriff Kevin Sawyer.

Tyrrell County Sheriff’s Office Address:
405 Main Street
Columbia, NC 27925

Tyrrell County Sheriff’s Office Phone Number:
(252) 796-2251

Tyrrell County is located in the eastern region of North Carolina. Its county seat is Columbia which is also the largest town. Based on the 2021 census, it has an estimated population of 3,254 which makes it the least populous county in the state. The total area of the county is 594 square miles.

2018 Annual Average Violent Crimes: 7
Data Source: North Carolina County Health Rankings

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Tyrrell County Public Records Information

Tyrrell County’s public records are available upon request. You can submit a request to the Register of Deeds’ office if you want to obtain copies of vital records or real estate deeds. For court records such as special proceedings, you can submit a request to the Clerk of Court’s office. The Sheriff’s Office, on the other hand, is responsible for handling requests for police reports such as incident reports.

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