The Internationally Accredited Police Department provides 24-hour law enforcement services for businesses and residents within the town limits of Morrisville.
Our main responsibilities include maintaining order, protecting public and property, patrolling, responding to calls for service, and investigating criminal activity and traffic crashes.
Our agency is also responsible for crime prevention. Our officers patrol to deter crime, and are involved in community policing activities like neighborhood watch.
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Interim Police Chief
260-C Town Hall Drive
P.O. Box 166
Morrisville, NC 27560
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Police Communications and
Dispatch - Dial 911
We, the members of the Morrisville Police Department, are committed to the improvement of the quality of life for the Town of Morrisville by working in partnership with our citizens. We will strive to maintain safe and secure neighborhoods for all of our stakeholders. This will be accomplished through the delivery of professional law enforcement services and recognizing the need to treat all citizens with respect and dignity.
The Morrisville Police Department is dedicated to achieving and maintaining national law enforcement accreditation. Our Core Values (honesty, integrity, professionalism, loyalty, and work ethic) will continue to serve as our foundation for providing excellence in police services. As the Town of Morrisville grows, we will continue to strengthen our partnership with the community by enhancing the quality of life for all.
In March 2013, the Morrisville Police Department was re-accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). We received our initial accreditation status in November 2009.
Accreditation is a process in which a law enforcement agency voluntarily complies to over 400 professional standards defined by the Commission. The standards focus on department policies, and operational procedures such as police training, use of force, emergency preparedness, and accountability. Compliance with these standards means a law enforcement agency both follows a code of conduct recognized by its law enforcement peers, the legal system and the public and also meets the best professional requirements and practices for agencies nationwide.
November 2-3, 2015, Assessors from CALEA were onsite evaluating our suitability to remain accredited. All indications are that it went very well! Their findings and recommendations will be announced at the 2016 CALEA Conference, March 30-April 2, in St. Louis Missouri.