The Nags Head Police Department is fortunate enough to have two officers on staff who are certified in the inspection of child safety seats. These inspections are free of charge and provide parents with the piece of mind that their equipment has been properly installed and utilized. If child safety seats are improperly installed or are being used inappropriately, they will be of little help should the need arise. Inspections can be made by appointment by contacting the Nags Head Police Department (252-441-6386), or at certain advertised Town functions.
As always, Nags Head residents and business owners can request an extra patrol of their properties while they are out of the area. Simply make a request by contacting the Nags Head Police Department at 252-441-6386 or by email (email the Police Department). Notify staff of your name, the property to be monitored, dates requested, and any emergency contact information.
The appropriate disposal of medications is always a difficult task, but a service offered by Nags Head Police makes it easy. Located in the lobby of the Nags Head Police Department is a drug collection unit aptly named Med Return. Residents and visitors alike can make quick and easy disposal of unwanted medications by simply bringing them to our agency and placing them into the unit.
Items that are accepted include:
Items that aren't accepted include needles, inhalers, aerosol cans, medications from businesses or clinics
Residents, and those who frequently ride bicycles in Nags Head, can now register their bicycles with the Nags Head Police Department. Simply contact an officer through our office (252-441-6386) to have your bicycle information recorded, and a unique bicycle registration tag will be affixed to your bicycle. These registration tags can assist us in the event we are ever in need of locating the proper owner of a bicycle.