BCSO Adds Addiction Resources to Website

The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office has updated our website to include resources for those who are suffering from addiction, and those who are touched by addiction through a family member or friend.  The new page is made up of  information for treatment options, support options, and other resources  related to addiction … Read More

Changes in NC Firearms Laws

On August 5, 2015 Governor Pat McCrory signed House Bill 562, Amend Firearm Laws, into law. This bill makes a number of changes to North Carolina’s firearms laws, to include changes in the way sheriffs evaluate and process pistol purchase permits. As sheriffs, we have attempted to implement these changes … Read More

Sheriff Ingram to Host Town Hall Meetings

Sheriff John Ingram and the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office will be holding a series of “Town Hall” meetings throughout Brunswick County over the next several months. These meetings aim to give citizens a chance to voice any concerns within their communities with regard to crime and safety, and the growing … Read More

BCSO Announces Free System to Inventory Property

The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office is encouraging residents to use a free online system that will help keep track of personal property in the event of theft or loss. ReportIt, found at www.reportit.leadsonline.com, is a free, secure online service that allows citizens to record serial numbers and upload images for phones, electronics … Read More

Second Amendment Statement

To: The citizens of Brunswick County, North Carolina The State of North Carolina The United States of America Recently I have received a number of inquiries regarding my position on the second amendment of the Constitution. As Sheriff of Brunswick County, I took an oath to support and defend the … Read More

Sex Offender App

The NC Dept of Justice has released an iphone app designed to offer the public a quick way to find registered sex offenders who live in North Carolina. This app is part of the Attorney General’s mission to protect and inform the citizens of North Carolina. The app allows the … Read More