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 heroin epidemic. It will also give the sheriff’s office a chance to provide feedback, updates on current initiatives and other offer information about what is happening at the sheriff’s office.
The first meeting will be held in the Holden Beach Community at Sabbath Home Baptist Church Family Life Center on Tuesday, November 17 at 7pm.
Because of the upcoming holidays, the next meeting will not be held until January 12. It will at the Senior Resource Center on Highway 17 in Shallotte at 7pm. The Southport, Boling Spring Lakes, Oak Island meeting will be next on Monday, January 25 at 7pm at the Senior Resource Center in Southport.
Additional meetings will be held in the Grissettown, Ash and Longwood areas, the Supply and Bolivia areas, the Calabash and Ocean Isle Beach areas, and the Leland, Navassa, and Northwest areas. Dates, times and locations for these meetings will be announced at a later time.
Sheriff Ingram hopes that holding these meetings will help the sheriff’s office have a better understanding of the concerns of each community so that the sheriff’s office can better serve them.