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Burlington North Carolina Police Station Information
As of August 2022, there are 206 registered sex offenders living in Burlington. The ratio of sex offenders to residents is 260 to 1.
Burlington is rated an F for crime and safety because of its higher than average crime rate. The overall crime rate of the city is higher than the national average by 126%. In fact, 97% of the cities in the US are considered safer than Burlington. The chances of becoming a victim of a crime is 1 in 19. However, the city’s total year over year crimes has decreased by 3%.
The Burlington Police Department is the chief law enforcement agency in the city. It is responsible for preserving the peace and ensuring the safety of the community. The department is organized into several divisions, sections, units, and teams. The major divisions include Community Relations, Professional Standards, Patrol, and Criminal Investigations. The subsections of the divisions include the Special Victims Unit, Gangs/Violent Crimes, Community Engagement Team, and School Resource Officers. The civilian units include the Crime Analysis Unit, Communications, and Records. The head of the Burlington Police Department is Chief of Police Brian Long. You can reach him by calling (336) 229-3540 or through email at [email protected].
Burlington Police Department Address:
267 W. Front Street
Burlington, NC 27216
Burlington Police Department Phone Number:
Burlington Police Department Additional Information:
Address 1: 267 W Front St
State: North Carolina
Zip Code: 27215-3728
County: Alamance County
Phone #: 336-229-3540
Fax #: 336-229-3146
Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 40000
Number of Officers: 107