In Case of Emergency Dial 911.
To contact the Simpson Police please dial 252-757-0101 or you may report any suspicious activity to the Pitt County Sheriff Office Communications Center at 252-830-4141.
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COMMENTS FROM THE CHIEF:
On behalf of the Village of Simpson Police Department, I would like to personally welcome you to the department's website. Please be patient as it under goes changes to be a useful place for visitors desiring information on the various programs and services that our police department plans to provide to the community.
Our website is just one way of showing you the sense of pride, professionalism, and dedication that the members of this department strive to achieve every day. We place tremendous value on the relationships our officers have built in the communities they serve. It's our belief that, while the mission of the Village of Simpson Police Department is to protect and serve the public, it's also our obligation to keep you informed of the various changes occurring within the Department.
Your thoughts, comments and observations are not only welcomed, but are also very important to us. Thank you for viewing our website as we strive to keep you informed regarding the issues that are important to you. We look forward to continuing to serve you in the future.
Chief of Police Biography
Chief Issac Barrett is a Pitt County native, who graduate high school from D. H. Conley in 1994. Chief Barrett was enlisted and served in the U.S. Army from 1996-1999. Being honorably discharged from the U.S. Army in 1999 he then enlisted in the National Guard Army as Military Police. Chief Barrett majored in Criminal Justice at Pitt Community College and shortly after enrolled in their Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) course. In April of 2003 Chief Barrett completed BLET and in October was hired at the Washington Police Department (WPD). In August of 2004 Chief Barrett was honorably discharged from the National Guard and continued to serve and protect at the WPD. During Chief Barrett’s 7.5 years at WPD his experience was broadened by working within 5 different areas of law enforcement; Patrol, School Resource Officer, Narcotics, Gang and Criminal Investigator. Chief Barrett left Washington Police Department in May 2005 and started working as a Police Officer for Pitt Community College, a position he currently holds. Chief Barrett will receive his Criminal Justice Degree in the Fall of 2017.
Chief Barrett enjoys giving back to his community. In October of 2010 he was awarded the “Governor’s Award for Volunteer Service” and was recognized by Pitt County Community Schools and Recreation program for his dedication to giving back to the community. Chief Barrett has been known to pay registration fees for children who could not afford to pay and provide transportation for those who didn’t have a way to practice or games. For the past 12 years Chief Barrett volunteered his services to Pitt County Community Schools and Recreation program and he continues to do so to this day.
Chief Barrett is married with children and loves being a father and husband.
NEW ADDITIONS TO THE VILLAGE OF SIMPSON POLICE DEPARTMENT
If you are going to be away from home for any length of time; please print and fill out the House Check form and forward to the Town Hall. This gives the Officers an opportunity to give additional attention to your property while you are away.
In addittion a form listed as the Simpson Police Department has been added; print and fill out and forward to the Town Hall, this release gives the Police Officer's permission to order individuals to leave your premises.