2. Q: Can I look up inmate or active warrant information online?
No, We are unable to offer that feature on our website at this time.
3. Q: How do I start the process for a “Carry Concealed Weapon” permit?
You first must attend a firearm course offered by a Certified Firearms Instructor (Sheriff’s Office has a list of Instructors). After graduation check this web site on the CCW page and get your application or come by the Sheriff’s Office and obtain a Carry Concealed Weapon (CCW) packet. There will be a cover letter explaining the process. It will take up to 90 days to get your CCW permit. Once you fill out the application you must make an appointment with Sgt. Thompson to go through the process.
Sheriff Burris and Captain Russell were presented with a basket of goodies by some of our kindergarten students for the Sheriff's Office in appreciation and recognition for National Law Enforcement Ap...
We'd like to congratulate Bobby Barringer on his retirement!! Bobby was a fantastic officer for the Stanly County Sheriff's Office and will be missed tremendously. Good luck in all your future endeavors Bobby!! ... See MoreSee Less
On behalf of our Stanly County Sheriff's Office family we want to wish each of you a wonderful and Happy New Year! We hope everyone has a great time celebrating and enjoying tonight with friends and family. But, we also ask that YOU will NOT Drink and Drive or get into a vehicle with someone that has! We wish the very best for you and your family and let's start out together with an amazing 2018!!
It was an honor to be invited to speak with the latest class at the Marvin Smith Driving School. We discussed driver's safety, distractions and things to avoid while driving. The class participated very well and had lots of questions. Thank you Marvin Smith! ... See MoreSee Less