Wake Forest Police Department

  • Agency: Wake Forest Police Department
  • Address: 225 S Taylor St, Wake Forest, 27587 NC
  • Chief: Jeff Leonard (Chief of Police)
Phone: 919-554-6150
Fax: 919-435-9607
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Wake Forest Police Department is located at 225 S Taylor St, Wake Forest, 27587 NC. The Chief of Police of the department is Jeff Leonard. The Wake Forest Police Department phone number is 919-554-6150.

Wake Forest Police Department News

UPDATE: E-Alert - Today's police training exercise canceled

E-Alert - UPDATE: Police training exercise Wednesday along Forestville Road

E-Alert - Police training exercise Wednesday along Forestville Road. Please consider sharing this information with your neighbors, family and friends.

UPDATE: Today’s police training exercise canceled

Police Department’s “Carnival for the Kids” coming March 13-18

Officers are riding the Wake Forest Loop today to familiarize themselves with the route and interact with citizens. The officers received a lot of positive feedback from the riders about the bus service and the safety of riding on it.

UPDATE: E-Alert - Police investigating armed robbery. Please consider sharing this information with your neighbors, family and friends.

Surveillance images from this morning’s armed robbery at Walgreens, 3601 Rogers Road. The suspect in today’s armed robbery at Walgreens is described as a male with a Middle Eastern accent and a beard, standing 5’6” to 5’10”, and weighing approximately 200 lbs. He was wearing an olive green hooded sweatshirt with a red design on the front and black and white accent sneakers. The suspect also had a garment partially covering his lower face / beard. Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to call the Wake Forest Police Department at 919-554-6150. You may remain anonymous.

Police investigating armed robbery

Officers from the Wake Forest Police Department, members of the Wake Forest Police Department's Explorers Program, along with 17 young men and women ranging in age from 13-18, attended the Carolina Hurricanes hockey game Friday night. This is one event of several that are scheduled this year. These events are part of the Youth Outreach Program which is made possible through a grant provide by Lowes Home Improvement, Wake County Habitat for Humanity and the Northeast Community Coalition. The Carolina Hurricanes donated the game tickets and the Heritage High School provided the bus for transportation to and from the game. 40 people attended the event. The night included a meal at the Wake Forest Golden Corral, the hockey game and concessions at the game. This was an awesome event where officers could interact with the area youth, everyone could have a good time and help the effort to build a positive relationship between the police department and young members of our community.

Sgt A. Albert and Officer S.Graham met with members of the Pack 5 Bear Scouts Monday night to discuss safety, evidence procedures and fingerprinting. They also toured the police department.

If you have unwanted prescription and/or over-the-counter medications, please dispose of them safely by utilizing our drug drop-off box at the Brooks Street Substation, 221 S. Brooks St.

UPDATE: E-Alert - Police requesting public's assistance

E-Alert - Police requesting public's assistance

Police requesting public’s assistance

DARE Officer S. Graham and Captain M. May attended the DARE graduation ceremony at Wake Forest Charter Academy. Congratulations to the nearly 100 students who graduated from the 10 week DARE program, which teaches students to say NO to drugs/violence and to make responsible life choices.

Traffic Alert - Crews from the City of Raleigh Public Utilities Department (CORPUD) are responding to a water service leak along the 200 block of East Jones Avenue.

We value your input and would like your feedback on a new discussion: What is your "sense of safety" in Wake Forest?

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