The Bailiff’s are assigned to the courthouse for courtroom security. They also conduct routine inspections in the courthouse, maintain custody of prisoners in the courtroom and provide security for judges and jurors.
The primary responsibilities of the Civil Division is to serve child support papers, subpoenas, civil summonses, writ of executions and summary ejectment orders.
Since 1995, North Carolina has allowed qualifying residents of the state to obtain a permit to carry a concealed handgun from the sheriff of the applicant’s home county. The permit is valid for five years unless it is revoked. If you desire to obtain a concealed carry permit, you must apply in the county you reside in.
This team is assigned to investigate misdemeanor and felony property crimes, including burglary, theft, motor vehicle theft, criminal mischief, trespass, and other crimes.
The Carteret County Sheriff’s Office manages the county’s only jail facility. Located in Beaufort, North Carolina, the Carteret County Detention Center (CCDC) is responsible for the care, control and custody of Carteret County inmates and for the safety of staff and visitors.
The Carteret County Sheriff’s Office currently offers both Live Scan “inkless” fingerprinting technology and ink fingerprints.
The Carteret County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for golf cart permits.
The Sheriff’s Office will have a filed copy of the report, within a few days of the incident. If the investigation is ongoing, the report may not be available, though you may be able to get a “public portion” of the report.
Inmate visitation is a privilege that can be restricted or denied at anytime. Visiting hours are restricted to specific times for specific areas in the jail facility. Inmates are allowed 1 visitation per week on their assigned day.
You must obtain a valid handgun purchase permit whether you receive the weapon from a commercial dealer or a private person. The requirement also applies without regard to whether it is a transaction for money or a gift.
The North Carolina General Statutes require that each Sheriff’s Office in North Carolina maintain the Sex Offender Registry in their prospective counties.
The Carteret County Sheriff’s Office holds public auctions after property has been seized due to Writ of Executions or Civil Orders from the courts.
The Carteret County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) utilizes a County multijurisdictional Special Response Team (SRT) that has the responsibility of responding to any critical high-risk situations that may arise out of the Sheriff’s Office duties.