Here's your update on the Chapel Hill crime logs.
The Chapel Hill Police Department is committed to protecting, preserving and enhancing the quality of life in Chapel Hill through community-based policing. The police chief is Chris Blue.
Divisions of the department include investigations, patrol, Traffic Unit, K-9 Unit, the Special Emergency Response Team, School Resource Officers and more. Find out more on the official website.
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A study found that 91 percent of police agencies nationwide use social media to keep the public updated about concerns, and the Chapel Hill Police Department and UNC Police are both getting in on this trend.
The Chapel Hill Fire Department announced at 9:15 this morning that it charged five members of UNC's Pi Lambda Phi fraternity last week for tampering with smoke alarms in the fraternity house.
A roundup of police reports from Jan. 31 - Feb. 4.
“Ultimately, officers take an oath to defend the Constitution, to help people’s voices be heard, even when those chants are directed at us. I am very proud of how our officers responded. Very proud.”
Here's your update on the Chapel Hill crime logs:
During the first of eight planned patrols, the Chapel Hill Police Department wrote one open-container citation. Read more about how the CHPD is working to enforce underage drinking laws.
Keep up with crime in Chapel Hill and Carrboro:
A roundup of Chapel Hill Police reports from Jan. 10 - 14.
Here's some highlights from the Chapel Hill Police log for Jan. 3 - 7.
Plainclothes ICE officers posing as other immigrants filling out paperwork detained Samuel Oliver-Bruno in Durham on Nov. 23.
A roundup of police reports from the weekend of Nov. 29 to Dec. 2.
The Orange County Sheriff's Department added body cameras to uniforms. Here's how this benefits officers and the communities they serve.
Chapel Hill is working to improve their bronze rating by The League of American Bicyclists to a gold.
The Town of Chapel Hill is deciding what to do to protect the public from a potentially toxic finding of buried coal ash.