Patrol Division


The Patrol Division is composed of four squads that work 12-hour shifts on average of 14 days per month with the support of four (4) K-9 Officers and four (4) Traffic Units. Each squad is assigned a Sergeant and Corporal who supervise the patrol officers and support units.

Police Officers are trained to perform all aspects of the law enforcement process, including traffic enforcement, drug interdiction, crime scene investigation, warrant squad etc.

Police Beat Assignments & Contact Information

The City of Statesville is divided into four police response areas called "Police Beats". Each Beat has a supervisor assigned as the contact person for that area.

NameSquadEmail (*Click link below)
Sergeant H. SextonAlpha Squad Contact Sergeant Sexton
Sergeant K. BrookshireBravo SquadContact Sergeant Brookshire
Sergeant A. WilkesCharlie SquadContact Sergeant Wilkes
Sergeant R. YoungDelta SquadContact Sergeant Young

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K-9 Unit

A K-9 unit is a specialized group of law enforcement officers who use service dogs to perform the responsibilities of a general police officer. In addition to their usual duties, each K-9 officer is also a dog handler, meaning that they have to train and care for their canine partner.

The responsibilities of a K-9 officer does not end with his shift. The dog is the police officer’s partner not only at work but also at home. The K-9 handler and their family should be prepared to take care of the canine, which includes to welcome him at their house, ensure he receives proper training, take care of his health and make sure the dog is provided for when the family goes on a vacation. In other words, the K-9 officer takes full responsibility to provide his canine partner with the opportunity to live long and healthy life.

Statesville Police Department K9's have all received their bullet and stab protective vests thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K-9s, Inc.

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Officer Herman & Ace

Officer Findley & Edo

Officer Bell & Joko

Upcoming Statesville Police Department Events:

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2023 Fill the Trailer Toy Drive
Dec 02, 2023
12:00 PM EST
Statesville, NC
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2023 Fill the Trailer Toy Drive
Dec 09, 2023
12:00 PM EST
Statesville, NC
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District 2 & District 3 Community Meeting
Dec 21, 2023
5:00 PM EST
1410 3rd St.
Statesville, NC 28677
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Districts 2 & District 3 Community Meeting
Jan 18, 2024
6:00 PM EST
1206 Museum Rd
Statesville, NC 28625
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Latest Police News:

Traffic Stop by SPD Leads to Drug and Gun ChargesStatesville, North Carolina – November 16, 2023: On Thursday, November 16, the Statesville Police Department's Crime Reduction Unit made...
Statesville Police Department Apprehends Suspected Const... Statesville, North Carolina – November 12, 2023: On Sunday night, an alert officer with the Statesville Police Department observed a su...
Traffic Collision Involving School Bus on E. Broad StreetOn November 7, 2023, at approximately 3:45pm, the Statesville Police Department responded to a traffic collision in the vicinity of E. B...

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