Huntersville Police Department

  • Agency: Huntersville Police Department
  • Address: 9630 Julian Clark Ave, Huntersville, 28070 NC
  • Chief: Philip K Potter, CLEE (Chief of Police)
Phone: 704-464-5400

Huntersville Police Department is located at 9630 Julian Clark Ave, Huntersville, 28070 NC. The Chief of Police of the department is Philip K Potter, CLEE. The Huntersville Police Department phone number is 704-464-5400.

Huntersville Police Department News

We take threats to our schools seriously and they will not be tolerated. Great job by officers involved in this case! #onetownoneteam #huntersvillepd Huntersville, North Carolina - Town Government

Make sure to stop by Chick-fil-A, Huntersville for cookie with a cop and visit with K-9 Cirro, HPD and Cornelius Police Department! #onetownoneteam #huntersvillepd

Thank you Cafe 100 for catering our Citizen’s Police Academy tonight! Check them out at 100 Huntersville-Concord Rd!

Great information from Fayetteville Police Department. Don't become a victim! #huntersvillepd #onetownoneteam Huntersville, North Carolina - Town Government

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Come join Huntersville Police Department tomorrow at Chick-fil-A Lake Norman for cookie with a cop! Hope to see you there! Huntersville, North Carolina - Town Government

Three of our own are running to support Warrior Jace, who has been battling a rare form of cancer. If you’d like to donate to the Thompson Family, mom is a captain with CPD and dad a Lieutenant with NCSHP, you can do so here: Or money can be dropped off directly to the Thompson’s atCornelius Police Departmentt. #RaceForJace

Due to recent incidents at daycares in and around Huntersville, Huntersville Police Department would like to send a friendly reminder to those picking up children from daycare. Please, don’t exit your vehicle and leave it running unattended. Not only is this a violation, but you run the risk of having your vehicle stolen. Leaving doors unlocked with keys and valuable items in your vehicle also makes you susceptible to thieves. Please, turn your vehicle off, lock your doors and remove all valuable items from your vehicle when exiting. Huntersville, North Carolina - Town Government #onetownoneteam #huntersvillepd

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Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Scotland County Sheriff's Office, just over the border in North Carolina, as Deputy Locklear was killed in a crash while responding to a vehicular pursuit in progress. Please join us in sending condolences to Locklear's family, friends, agency and its surrounding community. #onetownoneteam #huntersvillepd

Watch for emergency apparatus entering Hambright Rd from the new Huntersville Fire Department Station #4. #OneTownOneTeam

Officer Johnston and K9 Cirro kicking off book fair week at Torrence Creek Elementary! Torrence Creek Elementary Huntersville, North Carolina - Town Government #onetownoneteam #bookfairweek #huntersvillepd

*****TRAFFIC ALERT***** Old Statesville Road (115) is blocked near Mayes Road. Officers are directing traffic and there is a detour in place. Please use caution in the area!

Hotel/Motel Crime Prevention Education Today, Officers Johnson and Graham spoke with employees from Best Western and Quality Inn about crime prevention and intervention. Big thanks to both hotels for allowing officers to educate employees! #onetownoneteam #huntersvillepd

Interested in a career in law enforcement? The Huntersville Police Department is currently hiring certified and experienced police officers. To find out more and apply, go to #onetownoneteam #huntersvillepd Huntersville, North Carolina - Town Government

Poppy the Wal-Mart dog reunited with her owner! Huntersville PD has been getting calls about this stray dog since April 2017 in the Wal-Mart area. We finally got eyes on her in December and began attempting different methods to catch her. Our Animal Control Technician Matthew McCutcheon and a dedicated team of volunteers have been working seven days a week for the last three months to keep her on a feeding schedule and capture her. They finally had success on Monday. After capture, they discovered that she had a chip and McCutcheon was able to return her to her owners! Poppy originally came from CMPD Animal Care & Control, and was adopted through the Humane Society in 2010 by her owner. She escaped a year ago and despite looking for several weeks, they weren’t able to find her. HPD began getting calls about her shortly thereafter. This case shows the importance of microchipping your pet and keeping your microchip information current. Poppy is currently being treated by a veterinarian and is settling back into life with her owners. ❤️

It’s Child Safety Seat Wednesday!!! Join us at the Huntersville Fire Department Station 1 between 3:30pm and 6:30pm today to have your child’s seat inspected! #onetownoneteam #trafficsafety #childseats #safekids

Huntersville Police Traffic Safety Section is holding their Child Safety Seat Check on Wednesday, 2/28/2018, from 3:30pm to 6:30pm, at Huntersville Fire Station #1. Next to Discovery Place Kids. #OneTownOneTeam

The Huntersville Fire Department, Huntersville Police Department and Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office are squaring off in an annual battle to collect the most donations to benefit the Community Blood Center of the Carolinas. The winning organization will receive a $1000 donation to the charity of their choice. Event guests can also donate on behalf of one of the participating organizations. There will be music, fun family activities and more! We need your donations on behalf of the Huntersville Police Department! Hope to see you there! #BattleofTheBadges #OneTownOneTeam #HuntersvillePD

Here’s some video of Officer Johnston and K9 Cirro doing some narcotics searches. Watch for the alert and see if you can find it!

Our K9 Units are testing for annual certification today and tomorrow. They’ll be tested in each of their patrol functions, including: narcotics searches, tracking, apprehension, and handler protection. Thanks to Tarheel Canine for coming down to work with our handlers.

Awareness Training Response to Active Shooter The Huntersville Police Department in partnership with Novant Health will conduct a Stop the Bleed and Active Shooter Awareness Training. This training is free and open to the public. The focus of this training will be educating citizens in proper techniques to stop traumatic bleeding, as well as the proper response in the event of an active shooter situation. The training is organized by Sgt Brad Habenicht with the Huntersville Police Department, Community Services Section. April 14, 9-11 a.m. Huntersville Police Department 9630 Julian Clark Ave. Although the training is free, pre-registration is required. To register please visit click on “Services”, then “Current Public Events”, then “Active Shooter Registration.” or visit the link below: For questions, please contact: