Belmont Police Department

  • Agency: Belmont Police Department
  • Address: 201 Chronicle St, Belmont, 28012 NC
  • Chief: David James (Chief of Police)
Phone: 704-825-3792
Fax: 704-825-3764

Belmont Police Department is located at 201 Chronicle St, Belmont, 28012 NC. The Chief of Police of the department is David James. The Belmont Police Department phone number is 704-825-3792.

Belmont Police Department News

Missing something? A baby stroller was found on Halloween Night in the area of Hawthorne Park Avenue. Stroller is being held here at the Belmont Police Department and can be picked up M-F from 8am-5pm if you can identify it and any property that may have been left as well.

No Shave November!!! The Belmont Police Department will be collecting donations from officers who want to participate in "No Shave Novemeber". All proceeds will be donated at the end of the month to Cancer Services of Gaston County. Would you like to participate? We will be accepting donations at The Belmont Police Department from citizens as well. Come to the Belmont Police Department to take the No Shave November Pledge!

Do you recognize these individuals? We're asking for the communities assistance in identifying these individuals who are larceny suspects from WalMart. The incident occurred Monday morning around 3 am in which over $1,000 in merchandise was stolen. If you have any information please contact the Belmont Police Department at (704)825-3792

The Belmont Police Department would like to welcome Harris Teeter into our community! Store manager brought these wonderful cookie cakes today for the officers.

Today the Belmont Police Department received a very generous donation of stuffed animals to help brighten the day of children who have recently gone through a traumatic event or are just having a rough day. Thank you to those involved in this donation, your support and kindness to children in need is more valuable than words can express!!

Do you recognize this man? He's a suspect in an armed robbery at the Walgreens 6802 W Wilkinson Blvd, which occurred On 09/16/2017 around 2:12am, This suspect used a gun in the commission of a larceny from the store. If you can identify him or have any information about this robbery, Please contact Det. Sgt. A. Pullen at 704-829-4030 or Det. M. Stroupe at 704-829-4032.

Belmont Police Department participated in Drug Enforcement Training this week with agencies from across the state.

This video is worth watching. If anything should make you want to wear your seatbelt it's these two boys who lost their mother in an accident. No one leaves home in the morning expecting to have an wreck. Protect yourself against other drivers and variables of the roadways.

At First United Methodist Church in Belmont, Gastonia Police Department K-9 Unit demonstrated bite work and taught day care kids about their dogs. July 20th 2017

Belmont Police Department's Traffic Unit and Patrol Officers have been and will continue to enforce the 35 MPH speed limit on Keener Blvd. as well as all other speed limits throughout the City of Belmont.

Ofc. Johnston had the opportunity to meet these two junior officers today while on a larceny call at WalMart. Only a few more years until these two can catch shoplifters too!

NC G.S. 20-217 Penalties for Passing a Stopped School Bus - Class 1 Misdemeanor + 5 Points on Drivers License and a $500 fine + Court Costs. 2 in 3 year period - Revocation of License. - Class I Felony + $1,250 Fine + Court Costs if you strike a pedestrian. Revocation of License. - Class H Felony + $2,500 Fine + Court Costs if resulting in serious bodily injury/death. Revocation of License. Drivers - Pay attention to your surroundings. Keep in mind that the vehicles and pedestrians around you are lives, not just objects. How much time is a life worth?

Ofc. Green was invited to Chic-fil-a to help teach the Chic-fil-a Kids Club about bravery! Activities included navigating an obstacle course, fingerprinting, coloring police hats, and making badges to give to their friends and heroes.

We would like to thank all of those that came out and supported our National Night Out event on Tuesday, August 1st. It was a fun night for all involved and a pleasure spending the evening with people from our community! National Night Out is really about community and bringing us all together. We know it's all of you working with us that make this a great and safe place to call home. We could not be successful as a police department without all of you. We are thankful to have such a great supportive community to work in. We're looking forward to seeing you all again next year for National Night Out 2018!

We look forward to seeing everyone tonight at our annual National Night Out Event that will be held in The Pointe Church parking lot located at 6700 Wilkinson Blvd from 6 PM – 8 PM . By participating in National Night Out, we celebrate neighborhood pride and strong police community partnerships. This event is free and all are welcome to come out and enjoy a free hot dog, popcorn, live music, public safety vehicle displays and information, dunking booth, bounce house, and McGruff The Crime Dog! It's a party with a purpose!

The Belmont Police Department will be hosting our National Night Out Event at The Pointe Church parking lot on Tuesday August 1, 2017 from 6 PM – 8 PM. National Night Out is a fun, family friendly event designed to: (1) Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness: (2) Generate support for, and participation in, local anti-crime efforts; (3) Strengthen neighborhood sprit and police community partnerships; and (4) Send a message to criminals letting them know neighborhoods are united with the police in their efforts to make Belmont a safe community to live in. This event is free and all are welcome to come out and enjoy a free hot dog dinner, Live Music, Public Safety vehicle displays and information, popcorn, dunking booth, bounce house, corn-hole, and The Crime Dog! We look forward to seeing everyone there!

Save the Date! National Night Out will be held on August 1, 2017 this year. Stay tuned for more details.

Corporal Katie Ritchey had the opportunity to play a part in a short superhero movie starring several children from the Make a Wish Foundation. Part of this movie was filmed in the old Wells Fargo building downtown Belmont. Stay tuned for more details regarding the movie premier.

Belmont police department needs your help identifying these two women in this photo in reference to an incident that occurred at Bi-Lo in Belmont . If anyone recognizes either one of them please contact Officer Willett

BOLO-The Belmont Police need your help to identify these two male suspects wanted for comitting larceny at the Lowes in Belmont. They stole approximately $1,173 worth in assorted Dewalt power tools. If you have any Information on the identity of this suspect please contact the Belmont Police at 704-825-3792.

We are happy to announce that Chad Hawkins has been named the new Chief of Police of the Belmont Police Department. Chief Hawkins brings over 20 years of law enforcement experience in Gaston County to the department.

The Belmont Police Department want to thank you for your help in identify the subject below. We indeed appreciate your cooperation.