What an awesome day for a Bike Safe Class!
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.
What an awesome day for a Bike Safe Class!
Our 2017 Turkey Drive is in high gear! Thanks to our community's incredible generosity, we've raised enough money so far to purchase approximately 500 turkeys. But we still have a ways to go. We'll accept monetary donations through Saturday, Nov. 18. To donate online, visit our website at www.wakeforestnc.gov/donate-to-our-turkey-drive.aspx.
Police Department Turkey Drive off to a slow start
Officer M.J. Pender completes School Resource Officer Program
Halloween Safety Tips
Wake Forest Police Sgt. Richard Brown is the recipient of the 2017 Brantley Pearce Memorial Award. Sgt. Brown accepted the award on Sunday, Oct. 22, during the Emergency Chaplains’ “Hometown Heroes” banquet at Research Triangle Park’s Sheraton Imperial Hotel & Convention Center. The Emergency Chaplains present the award annually to one police officer, firefighter, EMS, chaplain, and dispatcher in North Carolina who has “gone above and beyond the call of duty.” Brantley Pearce, who the award is named after, died in an automobile accident in 2012. Pearce’s family sponsors the annual Brantley Pearce Memorial Awards in recognition of the kind of help needed during a time of great loss. Sgt. Brown has served as a Wake Forest Police Department Chaplain since 1996. He joined the department as a sworn officer in 1999. In addition to providing chaplaincy for the police department and the Wake Forest community, Sgt. Brown has served in several roles as a uniformed officer. He is currently assigned to the Support Services Division. To learn more about Emergency Chaplains, visit www.echap.org/.
Police Department accepting donations for Shop with a Cop
The WFPD Annual Tip a Cop for Special Olympics is underway at the Red Robin restaurants on US1. Police Officers will be there until 8pm tonight accepting donations to support Special Olympics of NC. If you can’t make it and wish to purchase a T-shirt or make a donation, contact Officer Scott Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the Wake Forest Police Department in supporting NC Special Olympics during today's "Tip a Cop" at the Wake Forest Red Robin, 11420 Capital Blvd.
Looks like Mr. and Ms. Wuf really like our motorcycles at the State Fair!
Lt. Coleman, Sgt. Gamber, and Officers Dickens and Keeter participated in a golf tournament on Tuesday that was hosted by the American Legion Post 187 of Wake Forest. The tournament was held at Paschal Golf Club.
Northbound Capital Boulevard/US 1 is reduced to one lane in the vicinity of Burlington Mills Road following an accident. Police are on the scene. Both lanes are expected to reopen by 6 pm.
Wake Forest PD promoting the GHSP Bike Safe Program at the 2017 State Fair.
Northbound US 1/Capital Boulevard in the vicinity of Harris Road is reduced to one lane following a single vehicle accident. Both lanes are expected to reopen no later than 5 pm. The driver of the vehicle has been transported to WakeMed with non-life-threatening injuries.
Wake Forest Community! Join the Wake Forest Police Department today at the Wake Tech Main Campus Student Services Building at 9101 Fayetteville Rd, Raleigh from 1pm-4pm for the Wake Tech Veterans Summit job fair! Learn about exciting Law Enforcement and Communications positions for the town of Wake Forest!
Police warn taxpayers about IRS/Department of Treasury-related scams
The Wake Forest Police Department is accepting monetary donations through Saturday, Nov. 18, as part of its 11th Annual Turkey Drive. This year the police department is making it easier than ever for area residents to support this worthy cause by accepting online donations via PayPal at www.wakeforestnc.gov/donate-to-our-turkey-drive.aspx. Cash and checks written to the Wake Forest Police Department are also being accepted. Anyone wishing to contribute cash or a check to this year’s Turkey Drive should contact Officer M.W. Sattler at 919-795-7270. All monetary donations will be used to purchase additional turkeys. On Saturday, Nov. 18, the police department will accept donations of frozen turkeys at the Wake Forest Police Department Main Station, located at 225 S. Taylor St., from 9 a.m. until noon. Police officers and staff will distribute the turkeys while they last on Monday, Nov. 20, from 9-11 a.m., at the Wake Forest Community House, 133 W. Owen Ave. Officer Sattler organized the police department’s first Turkey Drive in 2007. Since then, the department has distributed nearly 6,000 turkeys to needy families in our area, including over 800 turkeys last year.
"Coffee with a Cop" is happening this morning at Starbucks, 2815 Rogers Rd. (7:30am-10:30am) Come out and join us!