The Southeast Patrol Division is located at 2451 South College Rd. It is divided into two geographic policing based districts. The two districts offer a variety of retail, business, residential, and commercial properties which creates unique challenges for our agency. The Southeast Division is also home to the agency's Special Operations Division. Southeast Patrol is staffed by one Captain, an Administrative Support Technician, two Lieutenants, four Sergeants, and approximately 40 Corporals and officers. Each Lieutenant is assigned to one area or district of responsibility. Their duties include, but not limited to, tracking crime trends and assigning personnel accordingly, acting as liaison between the community and the department and management of officer personnel. The officers are assigned to four, 12-hour shifts which cover the 24-hour period. Under the Geographic Based Policing Model, officers are assigned to specific areas in their district for routine patrol, answering calls for service, acting as community coordinators for proactive police response, and conducting preliminary investigations.
For more detailed information about your district please view the Police District map.
District 5 - contains both commercial and residential areas, the largest of which are commercial businesses. The district is divided into three patrol areas: 5A, 5B, 5C. The boundary lines for District 5 are Kerr Ave north to the city limits and south to Wrightsville Ave., east on Wrightsville Ave. to the city limits, and then everything northeast of Wrightsville Ave. to the city limits. Included in this area is the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.
District 6 - the largest patrol district in the city, is divided into two patrol areas: 6A and 6B. The boundary lines for District 6 begin at South College Road, east on Wrightsville Ave. east of South College Road to Shipyard Blvd. to Independence Blvd, west to the Cape Fear River. This encompasses areas of the city south to the city limits. Included in this geographical area are Pine Valley, Eagles Nest, Greenville Loop Rd., Echo Farms, St. Andrews Dr. and many more residential/business areas.
- Noise Permits- after completing the Noise Permit Application, please return to Nece Thorpe at the Southeast Patrol by mail, fax, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once the application has been reviewed and processed, you will be contacted regarding the status of the permit. Noise Ordinance
- Residence and Business Checks - available by calling 910.341.0111
- Picketing Permits - available by calling 910.341.0111
- Southeast False Alarm Appeals Overview
- False Alarms Appeal Form