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Conover Police Department is located at 115 2nd Ave NE, Conover, 28613 NC. The Chief of Police of the department is Steven W Brewer. The Conover Police Department phone number is 828-464-4698.
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The Conover Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying the two people in these photos. The photographs were taken from Wal-Mart in Conover on December 17, 2017 around 7:15PM and 7:30PM. Additional photos showing the date 11/26/2016 are suspected to be the same individuals at Wal-Mart in Shelby, NC. If you have any information that would aid in their identification, please contact the Conover Police Department at 828-464-4698. Please share this post to help identify these individuals.
The Conover Police Department 2017 Santa Cops program would like to thank everyone at First United Methodist Church, Emmanuel Baptist Church and the Conover Police Explorers who helped wrap Christmas gifts during the 2017 Santa Cops Wrapping Party. We also thank the Run Time Races Mel’s Jingle Run 5K, S & A Sports Softball Tournament and the 8th Annual Christmas for the Children Golf Tournament at Rock Barn Golf & Spa for their donation of toys. Thank you to the following locations for allowing Santa Cop donation boxes to collect toys, books and clothing from our generous citizens to benefit the program. Newton-Conover Middle School - 873 Northern Dr NW, Conover NC 28613 3M - 500 Thornburg Dr SE, Conover, NC 28613 CVS - 102 Rock Barn Rd NE, Conover, NC 28613 Conover Hardware - 101 2nd St SW, Conover, NC 28613 Lee Industries - 210 4th St SW, Conover, NC 28613 Southern States - 814 Conover Blvd W, Conover, NC 28613 Walgreens - 456 Conover Blvd W, Conover, NC 28613 Thanks for helping to make the 2017 Conover Santa Cops Program a Success!
Newton-Conover Anonymous Tip Line If you suspect illegal activity is occurring in or around the Newton-Conover area, you can anonymously report it through crime tip lines hosted by the Newton and Conover Police Departments. Anonymous tips can be made by phone, email or by online form. Phone: 828-668-COPS (828-668-2677). Email: email@example.com. Web Form: www.conovernc.gov/reportacrime PLEASE REMEMBER TO CALL 911 IN AN EMERGENCY.
The Conover Police Department will hold its second annual Citizen’s Police Academy beginning Thursday, February 22, 2018, at the ConoverPolice Department. The Citizens Police Academy is designed to inform participants of the daily operations of their Police Department and City services. Participants will have a chance to see what is involved in providing services to the Conover Citizens. The Citizen Police Academy will meet at 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. each Thursday for 9 weeks. Each class is taught by a member of the police department or city staff, and will detail the functions, procedures, services, and duties that encompass the Police Department and the City of Conover. Interested Applicants can pick up an application at the Conover Police Department located at 115 2nd Ave NE Conover, NC 28613 or print off an application from the City of Conover website and submit it to the Conover Police Department. http://www.conovernc.gov/cpa
Chief Eric Loftin and the men and women of the Conover Police Department would like to express a Special thanks to Scott and Annette Richards of S & A Sports for caring about our community and accepting toys for the Santa Cops program. Thank you to the softball teams, organizations, and parents for supporting the tournament helping make it a success and collecting so many toys for those less fortunate in our community. Participating Teams for 2017 are: Ultimate Xplosion Dirt Devil Elite Lady Rebels Prepstar Elite Team TFS Carolinas Prepstar Grey GFP Elite Heat FP Brooks Heat Heavner
The Conover Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying the two people and/or the owner of the vehicle in these photos. The photographs were taken from Wal-Mart Security cameras at 201 Zelkova Court NW in Conover on November 29, 2017 at approximately 2:45 AM. If you have any information that would aid in their identification, please contact the Conover Police Department at 828-464-4698. Please share this post to help identify these individuals.
The Conover Police Department is asking for assistance in organizing and wrapping gifts for the Santa Cops program. Sorting and wrapping gifts will occur on Saturday, December 16th from 10:00am – 12:00pm in the Conover Police Department training room. Please call Sgt. Miller at 828-464-4698 if you would like to assist us with this program.
The December Explorers Meeting will be held on Thursday, December 14th 2017 from 6:00pm – 7:30pm in the Conover Police Department Training Room.
The Conover Police Department is requesting assistance identifying the white male suspect in the below video reference a robbery that occurred at the Fast Express on Fairgrove Ch Rd on November 26 , 2017 around 6PM. Please contact the Conover Police Department with any information you may have at 828-464-4698. Please share this post to help identify the suspect.
The Conover Police Explorers will be meet Thursday, November 16th, 2017 from 6:00pm-7:30pm in the Conover Police Department training room. Please arrive 10 minutes early so that we can start promptly at 6:00pm.
Please join us for the Thanksgiving Fellowship SouthWest Community Watch Meeting at Thomas Chapel AME Zion Church at 524 2nd St Pl SW at 6PM. Representatives from the Conover Police Department will be in attendance.
Find one of the Conover Police Department Santa Cops Donation boxes at these locations. Look for a large gift wrapped box with the Santa Cop Police Badge. Conover Police Department - 115 2nd Ave NE, Conover, NC 28613 Conover City Hall – 101 1st St E, Conover, NC 28613 Newton-Conover Middle School - 873 Northern Dr NW, Conover NC 28613 3M - 500 Thornburg Dr SE, Conover, NC 28613 CVS - 102 Rock Barn Rd NE, Conover, NC 28613 Conover Hardware - 101 2nd St SW, Conover, NC 28613 Lee Industries - 210 4th St SW, Conover, NC 28613 Southern States - 814 Conover Blvd W, Conover, NC 28613 Walgreens - 456 Conover Blvd W, Conover, NC 28613 The collection deadline is December 12th.
The Conover Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying the white males in these photos or the owner of the vehicle shown in the photos. These photo were taken at the Conover Walmart at 201 Zelkova Ct NW in Conover on October 27th, 2017 around 9:45AM. If you have any information, please call the Conover Police Department at 828-464-4698.
The Conover Police Department is currently working on our 10th annual Santa Cops program. The Conover Police Department Santa Cops Program is designed to help local families provide a memorable Christmas for their children. Thanks to your donations of children’s toys and clothing, we are able to help families in need through your support. Throughout the years, we visit homes where children have very little toys and clothes. With your help we have been able to provide gifts to hundreds of children and put smiles on their faces that will last in our hearts and memories forever. This is always a great experience for Conover Police Officers and the community’s children that are in need. Please help us make this another successful year! If you know of a family that you believe may benefit from this program please let us know so we can try to help them. TO APPLY: Follow this link and download the application form, print it, fill it out and return to the Conover Police Department no later than December 8th. http://www.conovernc.gov/santacops TO DONATE: Look for the Conover Police Santa Cops Logo on one of our Donation Boxes at any of these locations in Conover: Conover Police Department - 115 2nd Ave NE, Conover, NC 28613 Conover City Hall – 101 1st St E, Conover, NC 28613 Newton-Conover Middle School - 873 Northern Dr NW, Conover NC 28613 3M - 500 Thornburg Dr SE, Conover, NC 28613 CVS - 102 Rock Barn Rd NE, Conover, NC 28613 Conover Hardware - 101 2nd St SW, Conover, NC 28613 Lee Industries - 210 4th St SW, Conover, NC 28613 Southern States - 814 Conover Blvd W, Conover, NC 28613 Walgreens - 456 Conover Blvd W, Conover, NC 28613 The collection deadline is December 12th.
The Conover Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying the black male in this photo. The photo was taken at Food Lion on 104 Thornburg Dr NE in Conover on October 25, 12017. Please call the Conover Police Department at 828-464-4698 if you have any information concerning this subject.
Throughout the Month of October, Conover Police Department has been showing support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month by displaying a pink band on our Police Badges. More women are diagnosed with breast cancer than any other cancer and it affects 1 in 8 women in their lifetime. The best defense is done through early detection, education and a broad support network. Learn how you can help yourself and others by visiting these local, regional and national support systems. Early Detection http://www.nationalbreastcancer.org/early-detection-of-breast-cancer Catawba County Breast Cancer Coalition Catawba County Breast Cancer Coalition’s mission is to reach out to all populations of Catawba County to educate regarding the importance of early detection for breast cancer and to provide the needed support services and resources for those diagnosed with breast cancer. https://ccbcc.weebly.com/ Catawba County Medical Center https://catawbavalleymedical.org/women-october-2015/ Pretty In Pink Foundation Pretty In Pink Foundation’s mission is to provide uninsured and under-insured breast cancer patients in North Carolina with financial assistance for quality, life-saving medical treatment. https://www.prettyinpinkfoundation.org/ National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. The National Breast Cancer Foundation's mission is to provide help and inspire hope to those affected by breast cancer through early detection, education, and support services http://www.nationalbreastcancer.org/breast-cancer-awareness-month
Conover Police Department reminds parents to protect teen drivers by encouraging the North Carolina Governor’s Highway Safety Program “5 to Drive”. Governor Cooper has proclaimed Oct. 15 – 21 as Teen Driver Safety Week to highlight motor vehicle crashes as being the leading cause of death of teenagers in North Carolina, ahead of all other types of injury, disease or violence. The N.C. Governor’s Highway Safety Program is stressing the importance of parental engagement with their teenagers before they get behind the wheel of a motor vehicle by reminding them to “5 to Drive.” The “5 to Drive” campaign gives parents tips on how to talk about safe driving with their teens and to address the five most dangerous and deadly driving behaviors: alcohol, lack of seat belt use, distracted driving, speeding, and extra passengers. “Parents have a very convincing influence on their teens, even as they grow older and become more independent,” said Mark Ezzell, director of the N.C. Governor’s Highway Safety Program. “We are encouraging parents and caregivers to have the conversation with their teen drivers about risky driving behaviors that can lead to serious injuries or even death.” In 2016, 87 teenaged drivers ages 15 to 19 years old were killed and another 10,453 were injured in North Carolina. Forty-two of those killed were not using their seat belt at the time of the crash and 49 were speeding. This year to date, 48 teens have lost their lives in motor vehicle crashes. North Carolina’s Graduated Driver License (GDL) Program is a multi-layered program designed to ease teen novice drivers into full driving privileges as they become more mature and develop their driving skills. The program places certain restrictions on teenagers under the age of 18 who have learner permits and driver licenses, and requires parental involvement and stresses the importance of a good driving behavior. Parents can find more information about talking to their young drivers at https://www.safercar.gov/parents/TeenDriving/fivetodrive.htm
The Conover Police Department is hosting a Law Enforcement Exploring Program on October 23, 2017 at 6:30PM. The Law Enforcement Exploring Program is a hands-on program open to young men and women who have completed the 8th grade through the age of 20. The program offers young adults a personal awareness of the criminal justice system through training, practical experiences, competition and other activities by certified law enforcement instructors. Additionally, the program promotes personal growth through character development, respect for the rule of law, physical fitness, good citizenship and patriotism. If you have questions, you may contact Sgt. Miller at the Conover Police Department by phone at (828) 695-2952 or (828) 464-4698 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Night Out 2017