220 W. Morehead Street
Reidsville, NC 27320
(336) 349-1010 (Front Desk)
(336) 634-3300 (Non-Emergency Dispatch)
(336) 349-1107 (Fax)
911 (Emergency Calls Only)
Our Mission - "Making A Difference"
The mission of the Reidsville Police Department is to provide excellent law enforcement services, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to the people residing in or visiting Reidsville. The Police Department embraces a Community Policing philosophy by forming partnerships with the community to prevent crime, resolve crime problems, to protect life and property, and to improve the quality of life and safety of the people in Reidsville.
The Reidsville Police Department provides a variety of services and programs to the local residential and business community, and to others who visit the city.
The Reidsville Police Department is led by the Police Chief Ray Gibson. The Command Staff consists of the following personnel: Major Ronnie Ellison, Patrol Division Commander; Captain Brian Oakley, Investigative Division; and Captain Keith Hinnant, Support Services/ Community Policing Division. The Chief of Police oversees all operations of the Administrative Division but is assisted by the Administrative Captain.
Chief of Police
Major Ronnie Ellison
Captain Brian Oakley
Captain Keith Hinnant
Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Retail Permit
A retail business can obtain an ABC Retail Permit by applying to the North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission at 400 East Tryon Road, Raleigh, North Carolina 27601. The application instructions, forms, and fee information may be found at www.abc.nc.gov or by calling (919) 779-0700.
If you wish to obtain an ABC Retail Permit and operate a business in Reidsville, you may contact the Reidsville Police Department and speak to the Chief of Police or the Administrative Assistant to the Chief of Police by calling (336) 347-2302 for more details.
The primary function of the Reidsville Police Department Animal Control is to protect the safety of our citizens and ensure the well-being and humane treatment of the domesticated animal population within the City. The Animal Control Officer for the Reidsville Police Department can be reached by calling the Police Communications Center at (336) 349-1010. The Animal Control Services of the Reidsville Police Department include enforcement of State laws and City ordinances pertaining to animal control, animal cruelty, and abuse within the City limits of Reidsville.
The primary goals of the Animal Control Program are to:
Enforce the animal control laws by apprehending stray domesticated animals running at large.
Provide informational services to the public concerning animal control and proper treatment of animals.
Reduce the threat of rabies in the city by sponsoring rabies clinics.
Answer and resolve all citizen calls related to suspected animal cruelty violations.
Business Service Requests
The Reidsville Police Department provides services to the businesses in Reidsville such as Security Escorts, Funeral Escorts, Special Attention Checks, Trespass Agreements, Peddling/Soliciting Permits and Private Security (See Extra Duty Police Services below).
The Police Department provides security escort services for businesses. To request a security escort within the City of Reidsville, contact the Communications Center at (336) 349-1010.
The Police Department provides funeral escort services at no cost for any funeral home within the City or a funeral procession passing through the City. To request a funeral escort, contact the Communications Center at (336) 349-1010.
The Police Department provides Special Attention services for businesses within the City that have concerns about criminal activity in or around their business. To request special attention at a specific location, contact the on duty supervisor with the Reidsville Police Department at (336) 349-1010. The area will be checked periodically as service demands permit, and it will be documented in the Communications Database. The Police Department provides Trespass Agreements to businesses with complaints about individuals trespassing on their property. The owner or manager of a business may sign a Trespass Agreement, which authorizes officers with the Reidsville Police Department to act as their agent for the purpose of enforcing the trespass laws. To complete a Trespass Agreement, obtain a form from the Reidsville Police Department or print a form from the link. Complete the entire form, have it notarized, and present the form to the Communications Center on the first floor of the Reidsville Police Department located at 220 West Morehead Street. Download the Trespass Agreement in our Document Center.
Peddler/Solicitor permits. The Police Department will check on any door-to-door sales activity within the Reidsville City Limits. Anyone wishing to peddle or solicit within the City should contact the City of Reidsville Finance Department at
(336) 349-1030 to determine if a permit is required. Permits can be obtained through the Finance Department located on the first floor of City Hall, 230 West Morehead Street. Peddlers/Solicitors will be required to complete a form and be fingerprinted by the Reidsville Police Department. See the Fingerprinting section for fingerprinting instructions.
Citizen Service Requests
The Reidsville Police Department provides services to the citizens of Reidsville such as Residential Keep Checks, Special Attention Checks and Trespass Agreements.
The Police Department provides residential keep checks for citizens who are away from home or who request that the police keep a periodic check on their property. These checks are performed at various hours of the day as work demands permit. To request a Residential Keep Check, please complete the attached Residential Keep Check Form and present it to the Communications Center on the first floor of the Reidsville Police Department located at 220 West Morehead Street. This service will be in effect for 14 consecutive days and then must be renewed to be continued. Download the Residential Keep Check Form in our Document Center. Submit the completed Residential Keep Check Form to the Communications Center at the Reidsville Police Department.
The Police Department provides Special Attention Programs for citizens who have concerns about criminal activity in specific areas. To have a special attention in a specific area activated, contact the on duty supervisor with the Reidsville Police Department at (336) 349-1010. The area will be checked periodically and documented in the Communications Database.
The Police Department provides Trespass Agreements to citizens with complaints or concerns about individuals trespassing on their property. By signing a Trespass Agreement, one authorizes officers with the Reidsville Police Department to act as their agent for the purpose of enforcing the trespass laws. To obtain a Trespass Agreement, click on the link. Download the Trespass Agreement in our Document Center. Submit the completed and notarized Trespass Agreement Form to the Communications Center at the Reidsville Police Department.
Extra Duty Police Services
Reidsville Police Officers are available to provide extra duty police services as approved by the Chief of Police for public/private events, businesses, school and athletic events. The current fee for this service is $35.00 per hour, and all hours worked by police officers are billed to the requesting individual, business or school by the City Finance Department.
Contact the Captain of the Patrol Division at (336) 347-2337 for any event in which police officers are needed. A contract may be required based on the scope of the request.
The Reidsville Police Department provides fingerprinting services for eligible individuals. To be eligible for fingerprinting an individual must possess a valid NC Driver's License or appropriate Photograph Identification Card.
The Reidsville Police Department is now offering online fingerprint scheduling as a more convenient way for citizens to schedule being fingerprinted. This service is provided to the community on Tuesdays between 9:00 AM and 11:30 PM and on Thursdays between 1:30 PM and 4:30 PM. The cost for Reidsville residents is $5.00 and non-resident $10.00 to be paid prior to receiving services at the City of Reidsville Water Department.
In order to be fingerprinted at your allotted time, we ask that citizens arrive on time for their appointment. Due to safety concerns, the department is only allowing the individual obtaining their fingerprints to be in the fingerprinting area at that time. At this time, the Reidsville Police Department is fingerprinting medical and childcare professionals only in an abundance of caution due to COVID-19.
To schedule to have your fingerprints completed, please click here and choose the time most suitable for you.
Payment of Fines and Fees
Fines for parking tickets, animal control violations and/or fees for impounded vehicles may be paid at the City Finance Department located at the Reidsville City Hall at 230 W. Morehead Street. To see a schedule of fees, visit the Finance Department page here.
Precious Metals Dealer Permit
Precious Metals Permits are issued by the Police Department on forms provided by the North Carolina Department of Public Safety. The Administrative Assistant to the Chief of Police processes all permit applications according to North Carolina General Statute § 66-165, including the collection of application fees, bonds, releases, fingerprints, etc. Each application shall be given under oath and shall be notarized. A 30-day waiting period from the date of filing of the application is required prior to the initial issuance of the permit by the Chief of Police. A separate permit shall be issued for each location, place, or premises within the Police Department's jurisdiction. Permits are valid for one year and must be renewed annually.
See the North Carolina Department of Public Safety's website at http://ncdps.gov/ or call (919) 733-2126 for copies of all forms and for more information pertaining to the application process.
Individuals interested in establishing a City-based taxi franchise must submit an application and the required application fee to the City Finance Department. Once the application fee has been paid, the Police Department is responsible for the taxi permit certification and inspection program.
For details concerning the application process for a taxicab franchise see Chapter 18 - Vehicle for Hire, City of Reidsville Code of Ordinances in the Document Center.
Traffic Crash Reports and Incident Reports
To receive a copy of a police report, call (336) 349-1010 and select Option 1, or go to the Police Department at 220 W Morehead St. and provide someone in Support Services with your name or report number. If you live out of town or are unable to get to the Police Department, the police report can also be faxed or emailed to you. We typically do not give out any information over the phone.
What are the operating hours for police administration?
The operating hours for police administration is from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday.
How do I apply to become a police officer with RPD?
See information at https://jobs.reidsvillenc.gov/
I would like to move to Reidsville and wish to find out about crime in a certain area. How do I research this?
To research crime in a certain area, visit our public mapping site at www.raidsonline.com. Click on the state of North Carolina, then choose Reidsville from the drop box. To the left of the screen will be all of your search options.
How may I obtain a copy of a police report?
To receive a copy of a police report, call (336) 349-1010 and select Option 1, or go to the Police Department at 220 W Morehead St. and provide someone in Support Services with your name or report number. If you live out of town or are unable to get to the Police Department, the police report can also be faxed or emailed to you. We typically do not give out any formation over the phone.
Who do I contact for more information on registering a firearm or obtaining a concealed carry permit?
Visit the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Department page.
I have spotted a suspicious person in my neighborhood/near my work place, etc. How do I report this?
RPD encourages you to call our central dispatch center at (336) 643-3300 anytime you feel that a suspicious person may be in your area. Be sure to describe the person and/or vehicle, if possible, to the operator so an officer can recognize the person or vehicle on arrival to the scene.
Where can I pay a traffic ticket or get more information on an outstanding ticket?
Call the Rockingham County Clerk of Court at (336) 634-6000.
Are police reports regarding juveniles public record?
No. North Carolina law states that all law enforcement records and files involving juveniles are not public records. The publication of pictures of runaway juveniles is done with parental consent.
Bicycle Helmets & Safety Clinics
Helmets are required for children under age 16 riding a bicycle on a City street or City property. Bicycle helmets are available free of charge from the Police Department on an “as available” basis. The helmets come in various sizes and must be fitted to each child. Please contact the Captain of the Community Policing Division at (336) 347-2312 to set up an appointment.
Bicycle Helmet Clinics are held from time to time, often in conjunction with local civic or church groups. At these clinics, bicycles can be registered and helmets fitted. Contact the Captain of the Community Policing Division for more information or if you wish to schedule a bicycle clinic in your community.
Local residents are encouraged to register their bicycles with the Police Department. In the event a bike is stolen and later recovered, this registration helps officers alert the owners since most people fail to keep the necessary bike registration information. This is a voluntary program offered by the Police Department.
Appointments can be made to view recovered bicycles or register personal bicycles by contacting the Captain of the Community Policing Division at (336) 347-2312.
On-Line Bicycle Registration Form can be found on the left on Community Police Services, or click on this LINK.
Building tours of the Police Department are available to school groups, scouts or other groups. The Police Department, which was completed in 1926 and renovated in 1996, is located at 220 West Morehead Street. Please contact the Captain of the Community Policing Division at (336) 347-2312 to arrange a tour.
The Reidsville Police Department provides K-9 demonstrations to schools and civic groups. K-9 demonstrations can also be coordinated with tours of the police building, subject to the availability of a K-9 unit. Groups interested in requesting a K-9 demonstration may contact the Captain of the Community Policing Division at (336) 347-2312.
Child Restraint Safety Seats
The Police Department has a limited number of child restraint safety seats available at no cost to those who are in need or have defective seats. Contact the Captain of the Community Policing Division at (336) 347-2312 or the Reidsville Fire Department at
(336) 349-1024 to schedule a child restraint safety seat fitting for your vehicle. Several safety clinics are also held throughout the year at which time sets are made available.
Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.)
The D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) Program is utilized in the local elementary schools and the middle school to instruct Reidsville-area students how not to get involved with drugs and substance abuse. Contact the Captain of the Community Policing at (336) 347-2312 for more information.
Gang Resistance Education Training (G.R.E.A.T.)
The G.R.E.A.T. (Gang Resistance Education and Training) Program is utilized at the local middle school to reduce and deter youth gang membership, gang activity, drug use, and gang violence in our city.
Contact the Captain of the Community Policing at (336) 347-2312 for more information.
Gun Safety Locks
Gun safety locks are available at no cost to anyone who needs them. Contact the Captain of the Community Policing Division at (336) 347-2312 for more information about this program.
“KidStuff” is a highly acclaimed program provided by trained police department personnel for kindergarten age children in the city elementary schools. This program is designed to teach young children how to access and properly use the 9-1-1 system. In conjunction with “Kid Stuff”, children may be visited by “Eddie Eagle”, who teaches them about the dangers involved with firearms and “McGruff”, the Crime-Fighting Dog.
“KidStuff” also utilizes a program called “Stranger Danger”, which uses illustrative skits and songs to teach these kindergarten children specific safety information if they are confronted by strangers.
For more information, contact the Captain of the Community Policing Division at (336) 347-2312.
The City of Reidsville currently has over 50 Neighborhood Watch groups located throughout the city. These groups are designed to help combat neighborhood crime by having residents look out for their neighbors. Watch meetings are held monthly or on as needed basis. Most of the groups participate in “National Night Out” which takes place each year on the first Tuesday evening in August. To start a Neighborhood Watch group in your area, contact the Captain of Community Policing at (336) 347-2312.
Nuisance, Junked & Abandoned Vehicles
The Reidsville Police Department in coordination with the City of Reidsville’s Code Enforcement Section, address “Quality of Life” issues within the city limits. Nuisance, junked or abandoned vehicles can become breeding grounds for mosquitoes, rats and other pests. The department will tag offending vehicles and notify the property owner that a vehicle on his/her property is in violation of City Ordinance (Chapter 17, Traffic, Article IV, Division 2 – Abandoned, Nuisance and Junked Motor Vehicles). A letter is sent to the property owner for voluntary compliance to remove the vehicle or bring it into compliance. A 10-day due process period is given before the vehicle is towed by the police department. Please contact the Captain of the Community Policing Division at (336) 347-2312 with any questions pertaining to these related vehicles.
The Park Ranger is responsible for protecting the City’s water supply, protection of the general public and enforcing State, Local and Federal laws on and around two city owned lakes (Lake Reidsville and Lake Hunt). These laws include traffic, boating, hunting, fishing regulations, Federal Firearms laws and City and State health and water regulations. The Park Ranger's office is located in the Lake Store building at Lake Reidsville. For any law enforcement problems or concerns call the Reidsville Police Department at (336) 349-1010, or in an emergency, call 911.
The PNROs focus on assignments to help carry out community initiatives and solve community problems as identified by both crime analysis and local Neighborhood watch groups. These officers will address problems such as speeding in residential areas, traffic safety, street-level drug sales, youth gang activity in the City parks and neighborhoods, prostitution, street crimes, and other crime-related matters of interest concerning the City’s citizens.
The Pro-Care Program is a computer-based telephone call reassurance program. The program allows citizens who live alone or stay alone such as the elderly, handicapped, disabled, latchkey-children and others to sign up for service. Individuals who have signed up for the service will receive telephone calls each day to check on their well-being. This is a computer generated telephone call and if the call is not answered, a police officer or a firefighter will go to the residence and check on the individual. This is available for the elderly, disabled or handicapped, latchkey-children, and anyone else who needs a regular telephone call to check on their well-being. For anyone interested in signing up for this free service, contact the Captain of the Community Policing Division at (336) 347-2312.
Project Lifesaver provides equipment which gives law enforcement the capability to find individuals who are prone to wander away and become missing. These individuals include adults or children with Alzheimer's, autism, Down syndrome, dementia, and other related cognitive conditions. The participants must wear a small radio transmitter, similar in size to a wristwatch, which emits a radio signal allowing law enforcement to track the signal. Project Lifesaver has been overwhelmingly successful by quickly finding lost individuals. To obtain more information about this program, click on the following link, www.projectlifesaver.org. Caregivers and/or individuals interested in signing up someone for this free service may contact the Captain of the Community Policing Division at (336) 347-2312.
School Resource Officers (SRO)
The Reidsville Police Department has an agreement with the Rockingham Consolidated Schools to provide School Resource Officers (SROs) at the following schools: Reidsville Middle School, Reidsville Senior High School, and the SCORE Center. These officers provide a presence in the schools to handle any security concerns and perform other SRO functions. The SROs also maintain an active Crimestopper program on each campus.
Traffic Safety Officer (TSO)
The TSO's focus is on speed enforcement, crash investigations, public service traffic presentations and other traffic safety initiatives. The TSO focuses both on enforcement measures and traffic safety programs such as "No Need To Speed", "Click It or Ticket", and "Booze It & Lose It"
The Police Department offers several workshops on a variety of subjects, including Crime Prevention, Personal Safety, How to Deter Robbery, Shoplifting and Self Defense. These sessions will teach your group simple tips on how to keep your business from being victimized; how to guard your personal safety, and how to help protect against robbery and shoplifting. Contact the Captain of the Community Policing Division at (336) 347-2312 to set up a workshop for your group.
Programs & Initiatives
Amber Alert Program
The AMBER Alert Program, named for nine-year-old Amber Hagerman, is a voluntary partnership between law enforcement agencies, broadcasters and transportation agencies to activate an urgent bulletin in the most serious child abduction cases. Broadcasters use the Emergency Alert System (EAS) to air a description of the abducted child, suspected abductor and any suspected vehicle involved.
The goal of an AMBER Alert is to instantly galvanize the entire community to assist in the search for and safe recovery of the child.
For more information about the Amber Alert Program, go to www.missingkids.com.
Child Response Initiative (CRI)
Rockingham County Child Response Initiative provides services for children who have experienced trauma, particularly as a result of violence or crime in their home or neighborhood, but also as a result of house fire, motor vehicle accident or other traumatic event. With the coordinated commitment of Law Enforcement and Rockingham County Youth Services, Rockingham County is addressing the consequences of violence and trauma among children and families, and minimizing the multigenerational cycle of violence.
Rockingham County Child Response Initiative is funded by a grant from the NC Governor’s Crime Commission. Services are provided at no cost to families. When children experience trauma and/or violence, they become sad, worried, angry, frightened or withdrawn. Although reactions vary, children may have:
Trouble sleeping or falling asleep
Flashbacks or unwanted memories of the event
Problems concentrating or paying attention
Difficulty getting along with family or friends
An increase or decrease in appetite
Regression in skills (bedwetting, clinging, thumb sucking, etc)
Avoidance of people, places and things that remind them of the event
Nervousness or startling easy
Withdrawing from family, friends or favorite activities
Feeling sad, guilty, hopeless or lonely
If you need more information or you would like to make a referral, please call (336) 362-9351.
Amy B. Land, Coordinator/Advocate
Rockingham County Child Response Initiative
Crimestoppers is a unique program that brings together business, law enforcement and ordinary citizens to fight crime and makes our community safer. Crimestoppers utilizes local newspapers, as well as radio and television stations to publicize unsolved crimes and seeks confidential help from citizens to solve these crimes.
The purpose of Crimestoppers of Rockingham County is to work in partnership to further promote and enhance the effectiveness of stopping crime. Citizens who know information are encouraged to call 336-349-9683. Confidentiality is assured by assigning callers a code number instead of asking for their name. This code number is then used for all dealings with the caller. If the information from a caller leads to an arrest, the recovery of stolen property or the seizure of illegal drugs, the caller is eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000.00. Information received is distributed to law enforcement agencies with jurisdiction for the reported crime.
Crimestoppers is funded through donations from individuals and businesses interested in assisting the Reidsville Police Department and other Law Enforcement Agencies in Rockingham County in its effort to solve criminal cases. Crimestopper tips save investigative time which increases police efficiency and saves tax dollars. The final result is a safer community that proactively fights crime.
Click here to do research on local crimes in the area.
RaidsOnline is a public mapping website that we utilize to allow the public access to criminal activity in the city and their neighborhoods.
Post Overdose Response Team (PORT)
Reidsville Police Department and Community Service Providers Launch Post Overdose Response Team
The Reidsville Police Department has partnered with organizations throughout the community to formulate a Post Overdose Response Team (PORT) as a response to the rising opioid crisis. Over the past several years, the Reidsville Police Department has noticed a significant increase in opioid related overdose statistics; from year 2017 to 2019 there has been a 119% increase in overdoses. The opioid crisis is a source of concern both nationally and locally.
PORT is comprised of Integrated Health Care Services of Rockingham County, Daymark Recovery Services, and the Reidsville Police Department. The purpose of this team is to assist the victims of overdose and aid them along the road to recovery. The team will respond to the victims of overdose within a 48 to 72 hour window and offer services to the victims and their families. PORT will begin responding July 1, 2020.
“We are fortunate to have the resources and community support within our city and county to assist citizens seeking help to fight their addiction. We realize that all of these individuals may not seek assistance for a variety of reasons. Now, through the Post Overdose Response Team, the service providers will be responding directly to individuals in crisis. Our objective and mission of PORT is to get help to those in crisis, reduce the number of overdoses, and related deaths in Reidsville,” said Chief Robert Hassell.
Crisis Resource Support
Crisis Education Support
Your Child's Treatment Roadmap
Daymark Recovery Services
405 NC-65, Reidsville NC 27320
Integrated Health Care Services
150 NC-65, Reidsville NC 27320
Referral Line: (336) 394-1090
2015 Homicide Solved -- Released May 5, 2021
Pedestrian Struck in Hit and Run -- Released April 22, 2021
Reidsville Police Department Secures Grant for New Camera Technology at Reidsville High School -- Released April 22, 2021
Search Warrant Leads to Arrest -- Released July 5, 2019
Downtown Reidsville Vandalized -- Released June 19, 2019
Interested in signing up for CodeRED? What is CodeRED? Watch the video below!
To sign up for CodeRED, Click here.
Since January of 2012, the City of Reidsville has utilized the emergency communications system, CodeRED. Residents may already be familiar with CodeRED, which is used by Rockingham County to broadcast Amber Alerts and other information. Similar telephone notifications are also used by the school system to inform parents of upcoming school events or emergency situations.
The system is voice activated. The recipient must say “Hello” before the message will be relayed.
For those residents without Internet access, they may call City Hall at (336) 349-1030 to supply their information over the phone. Required information includes first and last name, street address (physical address, no P.O. boxes), city, state, zip code, primary phone number and the name of your cell service provider. Additional phone numbers can be entered as well. Forms detailing this information will also be available at City Hall, both in the City Manager’s Office and at the Customer Service windows where water bills are paid.
Again, the program can be utilized by both residences and businesses. If you have an unlisted phone number, have changed your phone number or address within the past year or use a cell phone or VoIP phone as your primary number, you should register for the alerts. Multiple telephone numbers can be attached to a single physical address, but residents cannot have multiple residences linked to one phone. Both IPhones and Android phones also have a CodeRED app available.
Can You Identify?
The Reidsville Police Department is requesting your assistance in identifying and locating persons who have committed various crimes around the City of Reidsville. Please take a few moments to view the selection of unidentified persons of interest as you may know or recognize these individuals.
If you have any information about any of these individuals please contact the Reidsville Police Department at (336) 349-1010 or anonymously contact Rockingham County Crime Stoppers at (336) 349-9683. Please use the attached case numbers to help us distinguish which case you are referring to.
Case Number: 2019-001853
Officers with the Reidsville Police Department need your help identifying the male subject pictured below who is wanted for shoplifting a television from Walmart. Please contact Officer Turman at (336) 349-1010 or Rockingham County Crime Stoppers at (336) 349-9683 with any information pertaining to this incident.
Case Number: 2018-003783
Officers with the Reidsville Police Department need your help identifying the female subject pictured below who is wanted for shoplifting an undisclosed amount of meat from Food Lion. Please contact Officer Liebscher at (336) 349-1010 or Rockingham County Crime Stoppers at (336) 349-9683 with any information pertaining to this incident.
Case Number: 2019-001776
Officers with the Reidsville Police Department need your help identifying the male subject pictured below who is wanted for a larceny from Food Lion. Please contact Officer Moore at (336) 349-1010 or Rockingham County Crime Stoppers at (336) 349-9683 with any information pertaining to this incident.
Case Number: 2019-003930
Officers with the Reidsville Police Department need your help identifying the male subject pictured below who is wanted for a larceny from Walmart. Please contact Officer Suleiman at (336) 349-1010 or Rockingham County Crime Stoppers at (336) 349-9683 with any information pertaining to this incident.
Case Number: 2019-004006
Officers with the Reidsville Police Department need your help identifying the subject pictured below who is suspected of fraud. Please contact Officer Hernandez at (336) 349-1010 or Rockingham County Crime Stoppers at (336) 349-9683 with any information pertaining to this incident.
Case Number: 09-2019
Officers with the Reidsville Police Department need your help identifying the male subject pictured below who is wanted for a larceny from Love’s Truck Stop. Please contact Officer Suleiman at (336) 349-1010 or Rockingham County Crime Stoppers at (336) 349-9683 with any information pertaining to this incident.
Case Number: 11-2019
Officers with the Reidsville Police Department need your help identifying the male subject pictured below who is wanted for a larceny from Walmart. Please contact Officer Suleiman at (336) 349-1010 or Rockingham County Crime Stoppers at (336) 349-9683 with any information pertaining to this incident.
Join Our Team
Police Department Recruitment Process
If you want to protect and serve citizens and truly make a difference in the lives of others, the Reidsville Police Department is the place for you! Reidsville is a diverse community that values all citizens and our Police Department operates through a good faith community policing philosophy.
We are glad that you have an interest in a career with the City of Reidsville. We are seeking to hire and develop officers who exhibit compassion, competence, dedication, professionalism and respect for others. We especially encourage women, minorities and bilingual applicants to consider a career with us.
What to Expect
The hiring process for police officers is lengthy and may take one to four months to complete once your application is submitted. In order to be prepared if selected to move forward in the process, please have the following information available and ready to be submitted to your background investigator:
Social Security Card
Certified Copy of Birth Certificate
Original or Certified Copy of High School and College Diploma and/or Transcripts (or certification of successful passage of the General Educational Development Test)
Credit Report (Experian, Equifax or Transunion)
Criminal Records Check from each county you have lived in since 16 years of age
Signed Authorization for Release of Personnel Information
The Hiring Process
Completion of BRAINS assessment online through FMRT
Background Investigation & Written Exercise
Division Commander Review
Chief of Police Review
Conditional Offer of Employment
Voice Stress Test Assessment
The standards required for certified police officers in North Carolina are established by the Criminal Justice Education & Training Standards Commission of the North Carolina Department of Justice. For more information about the minimum standards for certification, click here.