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If you lock your keys in your car, the Police can open it for you at no charge. Call the Holly Ridge Police at 910-329-4076 or 910-455-9119.
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You should call 911 when you have an emergency for police, fire, or if you need an ambulance. When you dial 911, your call goes to the Emergency Operations Center E-911. You need to answer the operator’s questions while they are dispatching the police, fire department, or ambulance. For a non-emergency, you should call 910-455-9119, which also goes to the Emergency Operations Center.
Reports can be obtained from the Holly Ridge Police department Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. There is a fee of $4 for a police report and a $5 fee for a wreck report.
For information about sex offenders, search the North Carolina Offender Registry.
Most traffic tickets can be taken care of in one of two ways. You can see a Magistrate (located at the Onslow County Sheriff’s Office) to pay the fine, or you can appear in court on your court date if you feel that you’re not guilty. Some traffic tickets require a mandatory court appearance, even to plead guilty. If you are not sure, you can call the Magistrate’s office at 910-478-3619.
You can call the Onslow County Sheriff’s Office at 910-455-3113.
For many years Holly Ridge Police has had a residential watch program. If you are going out of town, stop by the Town Hall and fill out a Residential Watch Form (PDF). The Police department will check your residence periodically while you are away.
You can answer that question best. If something doesn’t look right to you, it’s worth having the Police check it out. Don’t hesitate to call if you think something or someone is suspicious.
Holly Ridge Police no longer provides fingerprinting services. Jacksonville Police Department and Onslow County Sheriff's Office both offer this service by appointment only.
For information regarding becoming a police office, call Lieutenant Jeff Edens at 910-329-4076.
You can dial 910-329-4076 or 910-455-9119, or you can email the Police Department with the information. If you wish to remain anonymous, please indicate that, and no attempt will be made to contact you.