Police

Police Department

     Mebane Police Department  911 Dispatch
     116 West Center Street
     Mebane, NC  27302
    (919) 563-9031 for Non-Emergency Call



The City of Mebane, including the Mebane Police Department, is taking measures to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus including limited physical attendance in public buildings.  Therefore at this time, we are unable to provide fingerprinting services or in person police report requests, see email below for report requests.  Additionally, we are unable to allow drop offs in the the Medicine Drop box. It is currently locked but will be reopened when safe to do so.
 

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Mission Statement:  The Mebane Police Department is committed to providing the best law enforcement services available for our citizens and visitors. Staffing our agency with highly qualified professionals, our agency ensures quality service. Our overall success however, will be achieved by the community working hand-in-hand with our department to make this a safe and friendly city. Through continuous progression we will maintain a quality of life that is modeled by all cities.


The Mebane Police Department consists of 37 sworn positions. These positions include Administration, Patrol, Investigations, Vice/Narcotics, K-9s, a School Resource Officer, and Animal Control. Our department has four civilian positions that include our records department, evidence, and administrative assistant. The Mebane Police Department operates through Alamance County’s 911 communications system.

Accident reports, as well as other reports, may be obtained at the Police Department from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday or by emailing records@mebanepd.comFingerprinting may be available 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., on Tuesday and Thursday, for citizens of the City of Mebane.

The Mebane Police Department is very pro-active in Community Oriented Policing. Officers are assigned districts throughout the city and are working with the community to address the citizens’ concerns. Any citizen wishing to form a Community Watch program in their neighborhood should contact the Police Department for more information.

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