A Message from Sheriff Ingram

In the upcoming weeks, the Sheriff’s Office will be releasing some videos for kids and parents. Like Sheriff John W. Ingram says in the video, many of us at the Sheriff’s Office are parents and we understand the challenges of being tasked with homeschooling our children. We will be posting videos … Read More

***SCAM ALERT***

⚠️SCAM ALERT: PLEASE SHARE⚠️ We’ve received some reports that someone claiming to be with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office is calling people in our community and trying to scam them. The caller is using real names associated with the Sheriff’s Office and is using a “spoofed” phone number that shows … Read More

BCSO Launches Offender Watch

Sheriff John W. Ingram, V and the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office has launched a new sex offender registration and public notification website called OffenderWatch®.  Citizens can access the OffenderWatch® registry at the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Sex Offender Search page or by using the “SEX OFFENDER SEARCH” button on the … Read More

Free Rabies Vaccination Clinic

Saturday, October 27th, 2018 10am – 2pm Brunswick Sheriff’s Animal Protective Services  429 Green Swamp Road, Supply, NC 1 year vaccinations only will be administered *NC rabies law requires that all owned dogs and cats must be vaccinated against rabies by four  months of age (NCGS 130A-185)

BCSO Awarded National Accreditation by CALEA

The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office was awarded national accreditation on July 28, 2018 by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA). BCSO is one of only six Sheriff’s Offices in the state of North Carolina to receive this award. Following a multi-year self-assessment phase and a meticulous … Read More

Sheriff Ingram Announces Anchor Initiative

On November 16, Sheriff John Ingram held a press conference to announce a new program offered by the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office that has a simple mission: to save lives! We have an addiction epidemic plaguing not only our county and surrounding area, but nationwide.  One life lost to addiction … Read More