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Town of Mint Hill, NC
4430 Mint Hill Village Lane
Mint Hill, NC 28227
Phone: (704) 545-9726
Fax: (704) 545-0802
Police Department
Patrol carEstablishing the Department
The Town of Mint Hill was in a unique position of establishing its own police department during 2003. Since 1995, the town contracted with the City of Charlotte for police services. Prior to 1995, Mecklenburg County Police provided police services for the town. On September 26, 2002, the Board of Commissioners unanimously voted to establish the Mint Hill Police Department. The department initially consisted of 22 sworn police officers, 5 police supervisors, an administrative assistant, and a police chief. The department had 11 vehicles.

Currently, the Mint Hill Police Department serves approximately 20,000 residents. There are approximately 7,500 homes and nearly 600 businesses. Over 100 businesses currently exist in Mint Hill. Five schools are currently located within Mint Hill. The current city limits consists of 25 square miles. Interstate 485 opened, which has five exits that are located within / leading to Mint Hill.


Our New Location
September 23, 2013 our department relocated to a new location at 7151 Matthews-Mint Hill Road.  We are now occupying the space where the old town hall was.  We have upgraded our facility to better serve the community and citizens of Mint Hill.  

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An Official Open House and Ribbon Cutting ceremony took place on Sunday, November 3, 2013.

Emergency Alert Notification System
The town of Mint Hill is a participant in the new CharMeck Alerts Notification system.  This emergency alert and notification system enables us to provide you with critical information quickly, and via multiple methods of notification, when there is a threat to the health or safety of residents.  This system serves the City of Charlotte, Mecklenburg County and the Towns of Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville, Matthews, Mint Hill, and Pineville.  Click here to see more.

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Employees & Officers
As of November 15, 2011, the police department had 34 full-time sworn employees, 2 administrative positions, and 4 volunteers. The department now consists of four administrative police supervisors (chief, captain, patrol lieutenant, and support services lieutenant), 4 patrol sergeants, four detectives (one detective-sergeant, two detectives, and one narcotics detective), 3 traffic officers (one traffic sergeant and two traffic officers), 3 school-resource officers (SRO), 16 patrol officers, 2 administrative personnel, 2 volunteer police chaplains, and 7 volunteers. Dispatch service is provided by Pineville Police Department.

The Mint Hill Police Department employees possess a wide variety of college degrees and additional educational classes. Overall 54% of our work force has an associates degree or higher.  Of that overall percentage, 31% have Associates degrees, 26% have Bachelors degrees, and 6% have a Masters Degree.  In addition, 20% of our personnel are currently pursuing Associates, Bachelors or Master Degrees.

The Mint Hill Police Department now has 31 police vehicles, a police ATV, 3 military vehicles, an enclosed utility trailer, a mobile light-tower / generator, and a radar / speed-monitor trailer. Marked police vehicles are equipped with radar, in car video-camera systems, defibrillators (AED), mobile-data terminals with modems, stop-sticks (tire deflation devices), and 800 MHz mobile radios.

All uniformed officers are trained and issued a TASER (less than lethal) device. Each officer is trained in CPR and AED (defibrillator) device use.


Remember Their SacrificeRemember Their Sacrifice
Many of our employees are committed to serving the public in many ways. Several of our officers are currently members of or have served in the armed services. Since the start up of the Mint Hill Police Department in 2003, three of our officers have been deployed and served in Afghanistan or Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Many of our officers serve as volunteer fire and EMS personnel for their communities, and several officers serve as church leaders or teachers as well.



Community PolicingCommunity Policing

The police and citizens work together to solve problems.  For more information about the police and community or for helpful links, click here.



Mint Hill Police Department
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7151 Matthews-Mint Hill Rd.
P.O. Box 690940 
Mint Hill, NC 28227 

Phone: (704) 545-1085
Fax: (704) 545-7133
Emergency: 9-1-1

Non-Emergency Calls to Dispatchers
(704) 889-2231

Administrative Office Hours
Monday – Friday
7:30 am – 5:30 pm

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8:30 am
Tuesday and Thursday
Call for appointment the day before

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