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​Welcome to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department.
Crash reports are available 24-48 hours after the crash occurs.

Search and view arrests​ that have occurred in the past three years within Mecklenburg County. ​

​Certificates are issued by the Office of Vital Records for births and deaths which occurred in Mecklenburg County from the year 1913 to the present and anywhere in North Carolina from 1971 to the present.

Over the course of the year, staff of the Food & Facilities Sanitation Program conduct approximately 10,000 inspections of local food, lodging, and institutional facilities.

​Arrest and inmate inquiry information​ will remain online for three years from the date of arrest or release from jail.



​The City of Charlotte believes in providing accessible data and information about City operations in the spirit of transparency and open government. Open access to City data provides citizens with more visibility into public services.

​The Police Records Division, located at Police Headquarters, 601 E. Trade Street, handles public requests for reports. Crime Reports are available at no charge either online or in person.

​This online service provides various ways to look up detailed information about Real Estate Properties in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, as recorded by the Tax Assessor.

Property taxes are also known as ad valorem taxes. Ad valorem is defined as according to value.  Mecklenburg County property taxes are based on the value of taxable property.  Examples of taxable property are real estate, registered motor vehicle, and personal property. 

​The City of Charlotte is committed to being open and transparent. Find out more about the city's public records policy.

​The information displayed is from the 911 Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) System. New events (accidents or roadway obstructions) will be added as they are entered into the 911 CAD system.

Search active Warrants​ by first and last name.