Our focus at the Kannapolis Police Department is to foster productive meaningful relationships with our citizens. In doing so together we can reduce crime and maintain our city as a safe and secure environment to live, work, and play.
Members of the Kannapolis Police Department embrace the established values of the City of Kannapolis:
Annual Memorial Service Awards
Two members of the Kannapolis Police Department were recently honored with two of the most prestigious awards given by the department.
Investigator David Archie was presented with the Roger Dale Carter Memorial Service Award, given in memory of Kannapolis Police Officer Carter, who died in the line of duty on December 31, 1993.
Administrative Assistant Nicole Hill-Greene was awarded the Norma C. Howard Memorial Service Award. Norma Howard was the first female and full-time civilian police employee in Kannapolis and was instrumental in establishing the records management system.
The Norma C. Howard Memorial Service Award is presented annually to a civilian police department employee who conducts both their personal and professional lives in a manner that is consistent with the department’s values and code of ethics.
Nicole is a native of Kannapolis and first joined the department in 2000 as a telecommunicator. She left the department and worked in the construction industry as an office manager and owned a commercial cleaning business. She rejoined the department in 2017 as a parttime senior administrative support specialist. She now works fulltime as the administrative assistant for the Field Operations Bureau. She is married to Allen, and they have a son, John.
“Nicole is known for her high level of productivity and positive attitude. She is always the first to arrive at work, never complains and has a smile that is contagious. Her peers recognize that she sets a great example with her honesty and integrity. She conducts herself personally and professionally in a manner that is consistent with the ethics and core values of our department,” said Deputy Police Chief Daniel Wallace.
Annually, an officer is presented with the Roger Dale Carter Memorial Service Award. This year the honor goes to W. David Archie who joined the department in 2015 as a patrol officer. He transferred to the Criminal Investigation Division in 2018 where he currently serves as a crime scene investigator in the Felony Investigations Unit.
He is a native of Rowan County and hold a B.S. degree in criminal justice from Appalachian State University. He is a resident of Cabarrus County and is engaged to Meagan Isenhour.
“He is on call continuously as part of his duties. He is known for his positive attitude and setting an example for everyone who works with him. He is frequently the first person to volunteer for any task and is always willing to help other officers – both personally and professionally,” commented Kannapolis Police Chief Terry Spry.
Incident Reports and Crime Tips
The Kannapolis Police Department would like to remind you that we offer various services online. You can do several things virtually to help us reduce contact with the public and do our part to curb the spread of COVID-19. We encourage you to use these online services whenever possible. It is our commitment to you that every report filed online will be assigned to a Kannapolis Police Officer and that an Officer will be in contact with you to follow up.
1. You can print a copy of an Incident Report.
2. You can print a copy of an Accident Report.
3. You can file a report of a non-emergency crime.
Offenses you may report online:
- Vandalism / Damage to Property
- Communicating Threats
- Larceny / Stolen Property - Less than $1,000.00 Only
- Lost Property
- Harassing Phone Calls
Call 911 or the non-emergency number 704.920.4000 to report:
- A crime that is in progress
- A crime that is about to happen
- Domestic violence
- Injured persons
- Life and death situations
- Medical emergencies
- Missing persons / Runaways
- Someone breaking into your home or business
- Stolen vehicle
- Suspect who is still on the scene
- Traffic accidents
- Any incident where evidence may be collected
Click below to Report/Search an Incident
Click below to Report a Crime Tip
Keeping Your Community Safe
There are many ways you can be a vigilant citizen and keep your family, your neighbors, and yourself safe. We have compiled different pieces of insight from experts in the field to shed light on the subject. Click here for A Guide to Being a Vigilant Citizen
Fingerprinting is temporarily suspended due to COVID.
The Kannapolis Police Department provides fingerprint services BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Fingerprinting services are limited to Cabarrus and Rowan County residents. The only exception to outside residency requirements will be for those individuals who will be employed by a business or attending a school within Cabarrus or Rowan County. You must show county of residency or proof of place of employment or school attendance. Effective July 1, 2018, fingerprinting fees are $15 cash for Kannapolis residents and $25 cash for non-residents. Additional information can be found by clicking here or by contacting the Records Division at 704-920-4129.
Get the MyPD App For Kannapolis Police Now
Placing law enforcement and public safety services at your fingertips! The MyPD app is built to connect the public to their local police and allow the community to become more involved right from your smartphone. The MyPD app is free to download and does not require you to sign in or sign up to use the app. Click the icon below to download.
Complaints Processing Procedures
Click here for information on how to file a complaint against a police department employee. Spanish version
Commend an Officer / Communicator / Other Employee
If you would like to recognize a Kannapolis Police Officer, Communicator, or other employee who has performed his or her duties in a manner in which you feel is exceptional and reflects favorably upon the officer/ employee and the Department, we encourage you to take a moment and tell us about it.
Commendations may be made in person, by phone, mail or through the MyPD app.
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"If You See Something, Say Something™"
You play a role in protecting your community. Informed, alert communities play a critical role in keeping our nation safe. "If You See Something, Say Something™" engages the public in protecting our homeland through awareness–building, partnerships, and other outreach.
To report suspicious activity, contact your local law enforcement agency or you may contact the North Carolina Information Sharing and Analysis Center by calling 1-888-624-7222.
Describe specifically what you observed, including:
- Who or what you saw;
- When you saw it;
- Where it occurred; and
- Why it's suspicious
Suspicious activity reporting indicators and examples can be found by clicking here.
For further information from Homeland Security please click here.
|The Kannapolis Police Department has achieved and maintains Advanced Accreditation through the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). This is the highest level of law enforcement accreditation and insures professional excellence. Law Enforcement accreditation is a distinction shared by a small percentage of law enforcement agencies nationwide. Consequently, maintaining this official recognition confirms that our department must adhere to strict rules and guidelines governing our policies, procedures, practices and processes. Even more, by participation in CALEA, the Kannapolis Police Department undergoes a rigorous audit to ensure compliance with all applicable standards.
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