Roxboro Police Department

  • Agency: Roxboro Police Department
  • Address: 109 Lamar St, Roxboro, 27573 NC
  • Chief: Jeff Insley (Chief of Police)
Phone: 336-599-8345
Fax: 336-597-8239

Roxboro Police Department is located at 109 Lamar St, Roxboro, 27573 NC. The Chief of Police of the department is Jeff Insley. The Roxboro Police Department phone number is 336-599-8345.

Roxboro Police Department News

Roxboro Community School Career Day Thank you to RCS for inviting us to participate in career day. Sgt. Ford talked with students about law enforcement careers and answered lots of great questions!

Election Day Today is election day for mid-term elections including local judicial and county commissioners seats. Your vote matters! Get out and vote! Polls open at 6:30 AM and close at 7:30 PM. For information in Person County on where your local election site is located, visit:

K9 Kilo and K9 Officer Solomon earn state certification With a little more than one year in service as a canine team, K9 Kilo and K9 Officer Solomon recently earned a state wide certification from the North Carolina Police Dog Association. The certification from NCPDA tests Kilo’s proficiency in several areas and Officer Solomon’s technical knowledge of K9 laws and Kilo’s abilities. The pair is certified in tracking missing/wanted persons; article/ evidence searches; building searches; handler protection/apprehension; obedience; and narcotics detection. Kilo is certified to detect marijuana, powder cocaine, crack cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine. According to NCPDA’s website, their mission is “To ensure that police dog teams are professionally and properly trained in order to protect lives and property of citizens. To provide a professional standard in which all trained police dogs must maintain in the performance of their duties. To ensure that the handlers in the state have adequate knowledge of the laws regarding the use of canines. To prevent malicious use of partially untrained police dogs within law enforcement agencies in the state. To provide re-certification on a timely basis in order to maintain the integrity and credibility of police dog teams.” Congrats!

Tonight is the night! Fall back your clocks 1-hour before you go to bed AND change batteries in your smoke detectors.

Saturday Night-Fall Back 1 Hour This weekend you will gain one hour of sleep, woot woot! Saturday night before you go to bed, set your clocks back 1 hour.

Road Closure Announcement The intersection of Morgan Street at Long Avenue will be closed today from 9am-4pm as power crews work in the area relocating power poles. Motorist should use Leasburg Road as an alternate route.

Halloween Safety The police department wants to promote a safe night by providing this information to the public. The hours for trick-or-treating have been established as 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 31, 2018. Halloween should be filled with surprise and enjoyment, and following some common sense practices can keep events safer and more fun. We at the Roxboro Police Department would like to share the following safety tips: Motorists: ▪ Watch for children darting out from between parked cars. ▪ Watch for children walking on roadways, medians and curbs. ▪ Enter and exit driveways and alleys carefully. ▪ At twilight and later in the evening, watch for children in dark clothing Parents/Children: • Only visit houses with porch lights on • Check any costumes with masks to make sure children can see clearly. • Costumes should not be long enough not to cause your child to stumble • Use reflective tape on dark costumes so that motorists can see your child. • Carry a flashlight or glow stick (this is helpful for children to see while walking and also makes them more visible to motorists) • Be sure that children know that, under NO circumstances, should they enter a home • If your child has an identification card (school ID or other) make sure to bring it along • There should be an adult with all children. • Remind children to stay out of the street, except to cross the street. • When crossing a street, be on the lookout for cars. Sometimes it is hard for drivers to see you. Children should only cross a street with adult assistance/supervision • Check ALL candy and treats before eating any that you receive. Halloween is a fun time, but let’s make it a safe time as well. The major dangers are not from witches or spirits, but rather from falls and pedestrian/car crashes. The normalcy of Halloween costumes and masks are permissible so long as they do not create a public safety concern.

Trick and Treat at the Police Department Parents, looking for a safe place to take your kids on Halloween? The police department will have candy during business hours for trick or treaters. Be sure to visit participating Uptown businesses for Trick-or-Treat from 3pm-5pm. For more info visit the Roxboro Area Chamber of Commerce events page.

Today, members of the police department participated in New Life Nondenominational Church’s Community Service day. The certificate of appreciation was a bonus. We are thankful to serve with the CommUNITY.

Dispose of unused/unwanted meds Happening NOW at the Person County Sheriff's Department. Drive up, drop off, drive off. Absolutely free! Operation medicine drop today from 10am-2pm at the Sheriff’s Office.

Doughnut on a String Competition Sgt. Ford was challenged by a fierce competitor to the doughnut on a string competition. Sgt. Ford is a veteran law enforcement who knows how to eat a doughnut. But was he successful with his skills? You decide.

Doughnut on a String We were excited to participate in South Elementary School’s Fall Festival. Lt. Walker and Sgt. Ford hosted the Doughnut on a String competition again! Thanks to the staff for letting us participate!

Shout out to Angel Davis for sharing appreciation for Officer Warren’s spirit of service. We agree that there are good policeman out there! Great job Officer Warren! Serving our CommUNITY is a privilege we enjoy.

National Teen Driver Safety Week This week is National Teen Driver Safety week. We are sharing information from NHTSA to encourage teen drivers to drive safe and for parents to talk it out. Teens, speeding, distracted driving and driving high is killing too many young drivers. Nothing is worth your life. Arrive alive. #NationalTeenDriverSafetyWeek

Notice to residents. Lock your car doors, garage doors, and house doors. Please heed the advice of Person County Sheriff Jones and Orange County Sheriff Blackwood. Our community is safer because of their leadership and the dedication of their deputies.

Emergency Blood Drive notice The Person County Sheriff's Department is hosting an Emergency Blood Drive with the American Red Cross on Wednesday. For information read the post below or contact the Sheriff’s Office.

With fall weather upon us, who is ready to see snow?

Governor Cooper ordered flags across our state to be lowered to honor Trooper Kevin Conner. Officer Gray illuminated the cruise lights of his police car as sunrise came upon Roxboro as an outward sign that we are mourning the loss of a fellow brother in blue. #BlueLineFamily

Trooper Killed Overnight We extend our condolences to our partners with the North Carolina State Highway Patrol as they mourn the death of a trooper who was shot and killed overnight. All Roxboro Police Officers will wear a mourning band over their badge as we mourn their loss.

Schools Closed Due to power outages and debris on roadways, schools have announced they are closed.

Power has been restored to several areas of the city. Power crews continue to work to restore power to all customers. Continue to be patient as they work tirelessly to restore power. #ThankaLineman

Power Outages/Traffic Safety Reminder There are power outages reported in areas of the city. There are a few intersections on Madison Boulevard where traffic lights are without power or on flash. Motorist are reminded to approach flashing intersections with caution. Treat intersections without power as a 4 Way Stop Sign. Do Not report power outages to 911. Report power outages to your power company provider.

Strong winds are causing flag poles outside City Hall to sway heavily. Wind speeds are expected to exceed 30mph in the next several minutes. If you are outside seek shelter now. Do not drive around barricades. Doing so could cost you your life. Turn Around Don’t Drown.