ADMINISTRATION & SUPPORT SERVICES
Chief Jeff Clark
Captain Keith Lewis
The NPD Administration & Support Services consists of the Chief of Police and Captain overseeing the following: daily police operations, logistics, human resources, fleet management, records management, managing the VIPS & CERT volunteers, Commercial Business Watch, Alarm Registrations, as well as maintaining oversight on all budgetary matters. The Patrol Sergeants assist with Daily Police Operations and Administration as well.
Sergeant James Alexander
Police Officer II Tim Tucker
Police Officer II Brian Willis
Police Officer I Cody Moody
Police Officer I Andy Harrell
Police Officer I Nathaniel Alverado
Sergeant Justin Ferrell
NPD has 1 Detective that provides oversight on ALL patrol officer conducted criminal investigations and is primarily responsible for investigating all Major Crimes, Undercover Drug Investigations, Gang Activity, Crime Scene Processing, Internal Affairs Investigations, as well as some misdemeanor crimes. Detective Alberti works closely with all local,state, and federal agencies to provide and gather criminal intelligence, which will assist in the apprehension of offenders.
PART TIME OFFICERS
The Patrol Division relies on part time officers to assist with special events, as well as assume normal patrol duties when full-time officers are unable to cover shifts. The Part Time Officers are a vital part of our department.
Current NPD Part Time Officers:
Officer William Pollock III Serving NPD Since 2003
Officer Lamar Croom Serving NPD Since 2009
Officer Jay Johnson Serving NPD Since 2012
Officer Jason Parish Serving NPD SInce 2016
The Newport Police Department Volunteers in Police Service or VIPS began as the first VIPS program in Carteret County in 2005. We currently have 10 VIPS volunteers that perform a variety of volunteer duties. Check out our VIPS page for more detailed information.Check out our PHOTOS page for VIPS photos.
The Newport Police Department organized the first (Community Emergency Response Team) CERT in Carteret County in the summer of 2004. After receiving a $29,000 grant from the State of North Carolina Citizens Corps, NPD trained 40 CERT volunteers, purchased response equipment, and conducted additional trainings in 2005. Since 2005 CERT members have served as Red Cross Shelter Managers during hurricanes that have struck the Crystal Coast. Click here for more information on CERT.