Nags Head Police Department
The Nags Head Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency that proudly serves the residents and visitors of our town. The Police Department strives to be a contributing factor creating a better quality of life through proactive policing with an emphasis on community relations. The Department places its highest value on the preservation of human life, the protection of property, and service to humankind.
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Beach Driving Permitted Seasonally
Nags Head’s beaches are open to driving from October 1 through April 30 by permit only. Find more Beach Driving information.
Getting a Copy of a Report
Report copies are usually available five business days after the incident occurs. A copy of a report may be obtained by contacting the Nags Head Police Administrative Unit at 252-441-6386 or by coming to the Nags Head Police Department office at:
5401 S Croatan Highway
Nags Head, NC 27959
When inquiring about a report you need to know the date of the incident, the name of the victim, and the type of incident or incident number. The Administrative Unit’s hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. There is a five dollar fee to obtain a report copy, and the Nags Head Police Department accepts cash, personal checks and money orders.
- Where are the Nags Head Police Department offices located?
- Does the Nags Head Police Department handle police matters for the entire Outer Banks area?
- How do I report an incident that occurred in Nags Head?
- How do you get a copy of an incident report or accident report?
- Is beach driving allowed in Nags Head?
- Where are state citations paid?