Carolina Beach Police Department

  • Agency: Carolina Beach Police Department
  • Address: 1121 N Lake Park Blvd, Carolina Beach, 28428 NC
  • Chief: Kurt Bartley (Chief of Police)

Carolina Beach Police Department is located at 1121 N Lake Park Blvd, Carolina Beach, 28428 NC. The Chief of Police of the department is Kurt Bartley. The Carolina Beach Police Department phone number is 910-458-2540.

Carolina Beach Police Department News

Save the date: Saturday, April 28th 10am-2pm Medication Disposal Event at CBPD.

Shoreline Mapping will be conducted today on Freeman Park, CB and KB Beach strands.

Skate park will be closed starting on Monday for repairs.

Passing stopped school buses is against the law. What if it was your child at the bus stop?

Found Kayak: A multi person kayak has been found in a yard on Canal Dr. If you are missing a kayak please contact Mike Perry 910-620-9048 to retrieve it.

The Town of Carolina Beach reopened Freeman Park allowing vehicular traffic to resume today, Tuesday, February 20th, at 2:00 p.m. Drivers are urged to remain alert and use caution when driving around or in close proximity to any obstructions that may exist in the travel lanes. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Town Manager’s office at (910) 458-2994.

The Carolina Beach Police Department is investigating a Breaking & Entering to Motor Vehicles which occurred in the afternoon of February 7, 2018 in the area of 300 Cape Fear Blvd. Carolina Beach Detectives have located several pieces of property which was taken from inside the vehicles by the suspect. If you have any information or feel you may be a victim of this crime, please contact Detective B.L. Smith at (910) 458-2540 ext. 264.

Dear Citizens and Visitors of Carolina Beach, This morning town staff was alerted to activities on Freemen Park that have the potential to be a public safety hazard. Representatives from the Freeman Beach LLC, who own private property on Freeman Park have installed posts, rope and sea oats plantings, which encroach on the area of historical public beach. Town staff alerted CAMA to the situation and CAMA will be discussing the property owners interpretation of the rules and regulations that govern the North Carolina Coast. Neither the town nor CAMA was consulted on this project and we were unaware of the activity until this morning. Due to the current beach obstructions and to preserve the public safety and reduce the likelihood of accidents at night Freeman Park will close at 6:00 pm tonight. Freeman Park will remain closed until we receive direction from CAMA officials. We are sorry for this inconvenience and hope to resolve the issue quickly. Your cooperation is appreciated. Thank you, Michael Cramer Town Manager

Ofc. Tello was one of the recipient's in the Service Above Self award ceremony today at the Wilmington Rotary Club. Congratulations Ofc. Tello!

News Release-For Immediate Release Issued: January 24, 2018 Contact:Chief C.Spivey or Det.Scott Hettinger (910) 458-2540 Two arrested for Breaking/Entering Vehicles in Carolina Beach CAROLINA BEACH, NC, January 22, 2018 at 2:50 p.m. - Officers with the Carolina Beach Police Department received a complaint of a suspicious person behind a residence on Sugarloaf Ct., in Carolina Beach. The reporting party provided a photograph of the suspicious person to officers. The suspicious person was identified as Santiago Rodriguez Figueroa, an 18 year old male residing at 403 Risley Rd.,Carolina Beach, N.C. In conjunction with citizen involvement and continued police investigation, on January 23, 2018 at 8:33 p.m., Carolina Beach Patrol Officers arrived in the 500 block of Birmingham Ave. and arrested Santiago Rodriguez Figueroa. An accomplice, Bryce Allen Goldsbury, an 18 year old male of 517 Raleigh Ave.,Carolina Beach, N.C. was arrested. Both have been charged with Breaking/Entering multiple vehicles on Cape Fear Blvd, Sumter Ave, Lake Dr., and Birmingham Ave. Santiago Rodriguez Figueroa (First Photo) was charged with: 3 Counts of Breaking/Entering a Motor Vehicle 2 Counts of Larceny after Breaking/Entering 1 Count of Attempted Breaking/Entering 1 Count of Resist, Delay and/or Obstruct an Officer 1 Count of Possession of Schedule IV Controlled Substance Confined in the New Hanover County Jail under a $15,000 dollar secured bond Bryce Allen Goldsbury (Second Photo) was charged with: 3 Counts of Breaking/Entering a Motor Vehicle 2 Counts of Larceny after Breaking/Entering 1 Count of Attempted Breaking/Entering 1 Count of Assault on a Law Enforcement Officer 1 Count of Resist, Delay and/or Obstruct an Officer Confined in the New Hanover County Jail under a $15,000 dollar secured bond

New Hanover County Schools will operate on a 2-hour delay schedule tomorrow, Thursday, January 18, 2018, for both staff and students. We're expecting hazardous road conditions in the early morning hours due to some possible snow and icy rain heading our way.

Currently seeking local contacts that could assist in helping us get some military vehicles and/or aircraft. Please have them contact or by calling 910-458-2540. Thank you!

Monetary Donations for the Pleasure Island Disaster Relief Fund can be dropped off at CB Town Hall. 100% of the money goes to helping the victims of the Inland Harbor Fire. #OneIsland

Carolina Beach Town Hall will be closed today. Police and Fire personnel will still be working.

Winter Storm Update from Town Manager, Michael Cramer.


Online purchase options now available for golf cart and parking permit decals.

New Hanover County schools closed on Wednesday.

If you have had your Christmas lights/decorations either stolen or damaged in the last several weeks PLEASE report it to us. We are trying to find the culprets and we can't do it without these reports. Options on filing the report: 1) Call 911 directly or 910-452-6120 and have an officer come to your house 2) Stop by the station ANYTIME, if the front door is locked use the phone to the right of the door and an officer will meet you. Please pass this information on to anyone you know has already been a victim.

Freeman Park permit sales start Friday.