INCIDENT, ARREST AND TRAFFIC CRASH REPORTS
What happens after a crime report is filed with a Carrboro Police Officer? An Incident Report is created by officers based upon the information provided by the reporting party, witnesses, suspects and the officers observations. Officers submit these reports to their supervisors for review prior to the end of their shift. After review by supervisors, the Incident Report will typically be available within 24-hours.
Arrest Reports are filed when a subject is arrested as a result of an investigation or issuance of a Order for Arrest or Warrant for Arrest.
Traffic Crash Reports are completed after officers respond to and investigate a traffic crash that occurred within the Town of Carrboro. Traffic Crash Reports will typically be available within 24-hours.
*Incident, Arrest and Traffic Crash Reports are subject to North Carolina Public Records Laws.
You will find your report – at no charge – through the Police2Citizen program.
| FINGERPRINTING SERVICES for Town of Carrboro Residents ONLY
Appointments for fingerprinting may be made by calling 919-918-7397.
This service is by appointment only WEDNESDAY's 10 a.m. thru 12 noon.
You will need to bring 3 items to be fingerprinted: 1. Proof of residency within the Town limits of Carrboro; 2. Valid/current identification, and 3. $15 cash or check.
|Our Administrative Office currently employs a bilingual (English/Spanish) staff member Monday - Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. & 5 p.m.|
As part of our continued efforts to serve our community to the best of our abilities, we have created a LGBTQIA Liaison. This person is a resource that specifically focuses on members of the community who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex and Asexual. The liaison will be able to provide more specialized services and information to anyone who wishes to contact them about issues relevant to their identity and contact with law enforcement.