If you see motorists breaking the law in your neighborhood, call your local law enforcement agency to request a patrol.
Complaints about possible traffic violations in the city can be directed to the Wilmington Police Department at 343-3600. Sgt. Mike Donelson, who oversees the traffic unit there, has said that police keep a running list of complaints from citizens about perceived problem areas and try to run enforcement in those locations to resolve whatever issues might exist.
If you live in an unincorporated area of New Hanover County, call the sheriff’s office at 798-4200 and deputies will set up a special patrol, said spokesman Sgt. Jerry Brewer.
In Brunswick County, the best thing to do is call the sheriff’s office at 253-2777 and ask to speak with Capt. Clint Simpson, head of the patrol unit. Sgt. Del Routh, a Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office spokesman, said it is important that the complainant tell the captain what time of day the traffic issue is occurring so deputies know when to be on the lookout.
In Pender County, the sheriff’s office can be reached at 259-1212. To make traffic complaints, call and ask for patrol, said Sheriff Carson Smith.
Date posted: November 20, 2012
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