Farmville Police Department

  • Agency: Farmville Police Department
  • Address: 3672 N Main St, Farmville, 27828 NC
  • Chief:
Phone: 252-753-4111
Fax: (252) 753-2752

Farmville Police Department is located at 3672 N Main St, Farmville, 27828 NC. The Farmville Police Department phone number is 252-753-4111.

Farmville Police Department News

March 13th from 4-6pm, come out to the Farmville Unit for Game P.L.A.Y. (Police, Life, and Youth)! Game P.L.A.Y. is an event where police and local community youths from 12-18 will play non-violent, but competitive video games to increase respectful interaction and trust between one another!

We had a very good turn out for our first “Are You Prepared” talk last night at the Farmville Methodist Church. Thank you to all that attended and if you would like more information or something more specific for your church or organization, please call Sgt. Tyndall at 252-753-4111.

Just a reminder that we will be at Farmville United Methodist church on March 6th speaking about church safety.

Currently the Farmville Fire Department is standing by on Belcher St in ref to a gas leak. Several residence have been evacuated as a precaution and Zippy's is currently closed. **If you have not been contacted by the Fire or Police Department about evacuating, you are not in an area that should cause you any danger.** The following streets will be closed until the gas leak is fixed. Wilson St. from Walnut to Barrett St is closed. George St. from Belcher to Church St is closed. Belcher St from George to Barrett St is closed. Thank you and please be patient while this matter is being resolved.

Because of recent events dealing with the lockdown at South Central High School, we have met with the Principles and SRO at each Farmville School and have stepped up security for the safety of students and staff at each school.

We have been contacted by local churches with some concerns involving safety plans. On March 6th from 6pm to 8pm we will have representatives from Farmville Fire Department, Farmville EMS, and the Farmville Police Department at Farmville United Methodist Church. They will be discussing how to prepare for and react to emergencies that may arise. If you have questions please call Sgt Jason Tyndall at 252-753-4111

**The owner has been located. Thanks everyone.** Let’s get this pup out of jail. If you know who the owner is contact us at 252-753-4111. He was located in the area by the country club.

Super Bowl LII is quickly approaching and we know that many families and friends will join together to watch this event. We also know that some of these parties will include alcohol. We hope everyone has a good time but we can all be responsible by following these five tips. * If you plan on drinking, have a plan to get home without driving. * Don’t let others drive drunk. Offer them a ride or let them stay over at your place. * If you spot a drunk driver on the road, call the police. Also, if the police are conducting a check point do not post about it on social media. * If you are hosting a party, make sure everyone gets home safely. * Always wear your seatbelt

** This person has made contact with Greenville PD. Thank you for any help you provided.** If you know this person please contact the Greenville PD.

****** The owner was located. Thank you ***^^ If anyone knows who the owner of this animal is please contact the Farmville Police Department at 252-753-4111 so they can be reunited thank you.

We appreciate the PSA from citizens about the roads conditions and how icy and hazardous the driving is but please don't take pictures or videos while you are driving. That just makes an unsafe situation even worse and you may end up as one of the drivers you were just talking about. #phonesdown #besafe


Good morning. I wanted to take a few minutes to address a post made about an animal welfare issue and provide some actual facts about the situation. First, the Farmville PD would not sit by and knowingly allow any animal to be neglected or abused. If we are called, not tagged in a Facebook post, about any issue, we will respond. The Farmville PD was contacted one time about the issue regarding two dogs being left outside and officers responded twice on that day. Making contact with the owner on the second attempt. After making contact with the owner, the dogs were placed inside a heated storage barn with food and water. Officers went by the house today to check on the welfare of the dogs and when we arrived, we spoke with a family member that stated the dogs were put back inside the same heated storage building because of the temp outside. The reason for this post is because if I hadn’t been tagged in the post, myself nor the Farmville PD would not have had any idea about the concerns. If you have questions, concerns, or would like actual facts about this incident or any other, please contact the Farmville PD. Thank you!!

We love being a part of Mrs. Trump’s class.

Due to the generosity of local businesses and the citizens of Farmville,we were able to include ten children in this years Shop with a Cop program. Hopefully we provided these children with a positive experience and a great Christmas. The Farmville Police Department would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

We greatly appreciate every donation we have received from citizens and businesses of Farmville. We are only 480 dollars short of our Shop with a Cop goal. We will be using this money to take ten children Christmas shopping. Any donation that you would like to make will be greatly appreciated.

We would like to thank everyone that has donated to Shop with a Cop. We are still taking donations in hopes of reaching our goal.

Thank you to everyone who participated in “Cops on the Roof”. Below is an email from Chief R. Wilhite of Winterville PD. “Weather too bad to continue......100 bikes donated. Huge success. Thanks to all our LE partners. If folks have bikes to donate who missed the event, we are directing them to bring to local police department or Sheriff's office. Thanks again. Bigger next year.” If anyone has bikes they wish to donate to “Cops on the Roof” the Farmville Police Department will gladly take them.

"Cops on a Roof" is an event to benefit Toys for Tots. It begins Dec 8th and will run until 100 bicycles have been donated to the program. Officers from agencies in Pitt County will take turns manning the roof of Toys R Us until the goal is reached. Come see us at Toys R Us and help a worthy cause.

There has been some concern raised on Facebook in reference to an event involving a silver vehicle and some suspicious activity on East Prince Road. Earlier today officers made contact with the individuals operating the silver vehicle. We would like to reassure everyone that there was no criminal intent by the driver or passenger of the vehicle. The driver of the vehicle was taking photos of the vehicle. The driver stated that he was taking photos and as the child came up on his bycicle he stated “want to get in my shot” in a joking manner. We appreciate the concern and thank you to the Town of FarmVille citizens for being our eyes and ears. Although this situation wound up being a misunderstanding. We feel that the way it was handled was appropriate. Everyone should stay aware of their surroundings and if there’s any concern please contact the Farmville Police Department at 252-753-4111.

Our Shop with a Cop event is quickly approaching and we are still trying to reach our goal. If you are interested in helping us provide ten children with an amazing Christmas please contact Sgt Tyndall at 252-753-4111. Donations can also be made at the Farmville Police Department.

Recently I received an email that looked as if it was from a Law Enforcement agency stating that I had an outstanding parking ticket and asked that I click on the attached link to pay the ticket. I recognized this email as a phishing email and did not click on the link. If you receive an email that has an attachment that you are not familiar with, don’t click on the link. I have attached a picture of what the email looked like. Just for information purposes, phishing scams are typically fraudulent email messages appearing to come from legitimate enterprises (e.g., your university, your Internet service provider, your bank). These messages usually direct you to a spoofed website or otherwise get you to divulge private information (e.g., passphrase, credit card, or other account updates). The perpetrators then use this private information to commit identity theft.