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                              We, the members of the Spring Lake Police Department,
                            are committed to providing quality police service to the
                         residents who live in the Town of Spring Lake.

                           We will strive to improve the quality of life for our citizens
                           by enforcing laws, maintaining order and protecting life and
                            liberty, with respect to all, in a highly professional manner.



     The men and women of the Spring Lake
Police Department are here to serve you.

Whether they are conducting well checks
at businesses, patrolling area neighborhoods,
or doing paperwork at the station,
they are accessible and approachable.

     Take the time to get to know them.







        Chief of Police:  Lt. Dysoaneik Spellman  Interim       
        Detective Lieutenant: Greg Wilkerson
        Executive Assistant: Ms. Debora Hudson
        Admin Assistant (Main PD): Ms. Tracy Towson





The Spring Lake Police Department’s
Administrative Offices can be reached
Monday-Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.

email correspondence:springlakepolice@townofspringlake.com

At night, or on weekends and holidays, all calls will be answered by the Cumberland County 9-1-1.

Main office:
Phone: (910) 436-0350
300 Ruth St., Spring Lake, NC 28390

Phone: (910) 436-7167
11 Spring Ave., Spring Lake, NC 28390


“Believe there is good in the world; prepare for when there isn’t.”

A connected community is a SAFER community.”


The Town of Spring Lake • 300 Ruth Street • Spring Lake, NC 28390 Town Hall: (910) 436-0241 • Water Department: (910) 703 – 8912

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