Patrol Division

The Patrol Division is comprised of one Captain, three Lieutenants, five Sergeants, four Corporals, one Traffic Officer, two School Resource Officers, one Community Resource Officer, one Downtown Officer and twenty Patrol Officers that provide a response for all dispatched calls for police service in the City of Lenoir.  Specialized services also include:

  • Bike Patrol
  • K-9
  • Special Response Team
  • Honor Guard
  • Explorers Post
  • Auxiliary Reserve
  • Parking Enforcement
  • Mentoring
  • School Resource

The Officers work in partnership with many local organizations to include Caldwell County Project Lazarus Initiative, Communities in Schools, the Chamber of Commerce / Economic Development, the West End Community, Lenoir Housing Authority, Community Management Corporation, United Way, Caldwell County Leaders for CHANGE, Shelter Home, Robin’s Nest Child Advocacy Center, Habitat for Humanity, Community Gardens, Soup Kitchen, Foothills Radio Broadcasting, and the county’s televised broadcast station.  Additionally, they play a large role in raising money for the Special Olympics, Crime Stoppers, Explorers Post, DARE, and Calendars for Kids (a program to help purchase school items for children-in-need).

 A number of programs and opportunities are available throughout the year for the public:

  • Citizens Police Academy  
  • Citizens Canine Academy
  • National Night Out
  • Bicycle Safety
  • Child Restraint
  • Identity Theft & Internet Security
  • Community Watch
  • Crimes Against the Elderly
  • Self-Defense
  • Internship
  • Facility Tours
  • Gang Awareness
  • Security Checks
  • Child Safety & Free Identification Kit
  • Safety Fairs       
  • Take 25 Initiative                  

The Officers of the Lenoir Police Department are striving to do their duties to the letter of the law; they are working diligently to make Lenoir’s citizens and visitors feel safe and better informed.


Patrol Division Contact Information:

Captain Andy Wilson, Patrol Division Commander
Lieutenant Chris Robinson, A Platoon
Lieutenant Jody Herman, B Platoon
Lieutenant Chris Mills, C Platoon


Due to the rotation of platoon work schedules, please allow up to 72 hours for a response from a specific officer.  If you need to speak to someone immediately, please call our 24-hour Communications Center at 828-757-2100.

If you need information about a report that has been made, please contact our Records staff at 828-757-2139 during the hours of 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM or visit our Online Reports site at: