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Crime Stoppers of York County, Inc. is a community program that allows people to provide anonymous information in exchange for cash rewards, all with the intended goal of leading to arrests, recovery of stolen property or the seizure of illegal drugs. To learn more about Crime Stoppers, visit their website or Facebook page for more information. You can submit a Crime Stoppers tip anonymously by calling 1-877-409-4321, by visiting their website here or you can download the P3 tips app, which can be found on your phone’s app store.
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As of March 19, 2018, the public entrance to the Fort Mill Police Department was moved to 112 Confederate Street. The previous public entrance, located at Academy Street is now restricted. For assistance please call 803-547-2022, Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 5 pm.
You may have a Fort Mill address and not live within the Town’s limits. View your jurisdiction.
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, the police department is currently not processing citizen fingerprint cards.
In Person: Fines can be paid in person to the Fort Mill municipal clerk of court or by calling 803-547-2034, ext. 326. We do not take payments for tickets/citations at the police department. Fines/citations can be paid using cash or money orders Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Online: Fines can also be paid online at the South Carolina website.
For a quick look at crime in your neighborhood, visit our crime mapping link: https://www.crimemapping.com/
If you need assistance or to request further statistical information regarding areas within the town limits of Fort Mill, email administrative specialist/data manager, Cindy Smith.
To obtain incident reports taken by the Fort Mill Police Department, contact records clerk Barbara Ellis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Collision reports can be obtained for a small processing fee and are generally available within five to 10 business days of the accident. These reports can be obtained at the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicle (SCDMV). For collisions not investigated by law enforcement, please print the FR-309 Traffic Collision Report Form and return to the S.C. DMV.
If you are in need of a records check, you must visit the South Carolina Enforcement Division (SLED) website or call 803-737-9000.
There are several agencies and departments that can answer your questions, including the following:
York County Animal Control803-628-3190
S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles803-547-8350
Detention Center at Moss Justice Center803-628-3088
Fort Mill Municipal Court803-547-2120
Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office803-547-5933
South Carolina Highway Patrol803-385-3107
York County Magistrate Court803-547-5572
York County Sheriff’s Office803-327-2021