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Cary North Carolina Police Station Information

As of August 2022, there are 31 registered sex offenders living in Cary. The ratio of sex offenders to residents is 5,291 to 1 which is much lower than the state average.

Cary is rated an A+ for crime and safety because of its lower than average crime rate.
The overall crime rate of the city is lower than the national average by 83%. In fact, only 22% of the cities in the US are considered safer than Cary. The chances of becoming a victim of a crime is 1 in 99. However, the city’s total year over year crimes has increased by 4%.

The Cary Police Department is responsible for ensuring the safety and security of the community. It is headed by Chief of Police Terry Sult. The department is divided into bureaus and units – Property & Evidence, Field Operations Bureau, Professional Standards Bureau, and Special Operations Bureau. The largest part of the CPD is the Field Operations Bureau which is staffed by 110 officers and supervisors. The Operations Bureau is further divided into the Uniform Patrol, the K9 Program, and the Traffic Safety Team (TST). The Special Operations Bureau has around 50 officers and civilian staff members. The bureau is further divided into several divisions and units including Animal Services, Community Services, and the Criminal Investigations Division.

Cary Police Department Address:
120 Wilkinson Ave, Cary, NC 27513

Cary Police Department Phone Number:
(919) 469-4012

Cary Police Department Additional Information:

Address 1: 316 N Academy St
City: Cary
State: North Carolina
Zip Code: 27513-4538
County: Wake County
Phone #: 919-469-4022
Fax #: 919-460-4904

Additional Information:

Type: Police Departments
Population Served: 103960
Number of Officers: 141

Records Request and Mugshots in Cary North Carolina

Copies of police reports from the Cary Police Department are available online. The Records Team is responsible for managing incident and accident reports that are filed by the officers. You can request for police and accident reports that are from 2014 to present online through the Police 2 Citizen (P2C) website. You can also call in the request through the Automated Report Request Line at (919) 460-4902 as long as you can provide the report number. For those who don’t have the report number, you can request assistance from one of the Records Team members by calling (919) 469-4021. Requests can also be made in person by visiting the CPD Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm.

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County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Cary, North Carolina

The Warrant Unit of the Wake County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for all criminal processes including Governor’s warrants. If you wish to get information about an active warrant, you can visit the Warrant Unit located in the John H. Baker Public Safety Center in 330 S. Salisbury. For more information, you can call the Sheriff’s Office at 919-856-6900.

Cary North Carolina Information

Cary is a town located in two counties – Wake County and Chatham County. According to the 2020 census, it has a total population of 174,721 making it the second largest municipality in Wake County and the seventh largest in the state. Cary has a total area of 59.94 square miles. The current mayor of the town is Harold Weinbrecht.

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