The Mooresville Police and Community Together (MPACT) East District encompasses 15.2 square miles of incorporated city limits. It includes Mooresville’s entire Historic district consisting of both business and residential sites most notably the historic Mill Village community, Cascade neighborhood, and our Downtown central business area. Some of the historic buildings within the district are D.E. Turner Hardware, First Presbyterian Church, Mooresville depot, and the former U.S. Post Office now home to the Mooresville Graded School district office. The east side district is home to all elementary, intermediate, middle, and high school campuses with 5,870 students currently enrolled within the Mooresville Graded School system.
The MPACT east patrol district is divided into four separate response zones. Each response zone has four dedicated officers assigned to patrol and answer calls for service. There are also two Captains and two Sergeants assigned to the district to ensure that line officers have the support they need on a daily basis and adequate supervision is provided. With a hometown family atmosphere, the officers assigned the east district have the ability to meet and greet the resident and business owners and execute their duties on a more friendly, personal level.
Criminal Investigations fall under the authority of the East District Command. Detectives assigned to Investigations are responsible for investigating a variety of crimes including homicides, serious assaults, sex offenses, identity theft, fraud, and other crimes committed against persons and property.
The Mooresville Police Department stands ready to meet the needs and challenges of our progressive Town and diversified community.
The West District includes all areas of the within the town limits west of US 21 south and to NC 115. The West District is composed of a wide array of residential, commercial, retail, institutional, and light industrial. At present, commercial, retail and light industrial comprise most of the district. That trend is expected to even out due to the projected amount of residential growth anticipated for the district in the next several years.
The West District is not without challenges. Traffic tends to be the number one concern of all involved parties. As part of our MPACT initiative, we look forward to working with other governmental entities, citizens, and businesses to help alleviate this and other concerns. Our staff appreciates the opportunity to serve you.
Administrative Services Division
The Administrative Services Division is led by the Administrative Services Supervisor. A number of functions are assigned to the division and are necessary for the agency to operate effectively. These functions include:
Recruiting, hiring, records, property and evidence, budgeting, purchasing, logistics and maintenance.
1. Application Process
- Oral Review Board
- Interview with the Chief of Police
- Background Investigation
- Conditional Offer Pending (Drug Screening, Firearm Qualification & Psychological Examination)
Records & Property Control
Copies of reports are available from the Records Division between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday thru Friday. Copies can be faxed or emailed at no cost by calling 704-664-3311.
Internal Affairs Investigations (internal affairs) are the process by which the Mooresville Police investigates allegations of misconduct on the part of its employees. The process provides citizens, supervisors and employees a fair mechanism to address their complaints regarding law enforcement services.
Commission on Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA)
The purpose of CALEA's Accreditation Program is to improve the delivery of public safety services, primarily by maintaining a body of standards developed by public safety practitioners. This covers a wide range of public safety initiatives, establishing and administering an accreditation process, and recognizing professional excellence.