Records Division

The Records Division consists of four civilian employees which includes a Law Enforcement Records Supervisor. This division receives and maintains all Sheriff's Office law enforcement documents which include Incident Reports, Arrest Reports and Accident Reports; receives and enters civil and criminal papers and distributes to deputies for service and assists the public with all inquiries. The records division also issues gun permits, concealed weapons permits and summons jurors for jury duty.
Gun Permit: Effective, Monday, June 1, 2020 we have gone to on-line permit processing for all Handgun Purchase permits and Concealed Handgun permits.  APPLICATIONS ARE PROCESSED ON TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS FROM 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM.

Please go to the appropriate link below to start the application process.

UPDATE:  All on-line applications, must be paid by credit/debit card.
Jury Duty: Although jury summons are sent out from the Sheriff’s Office, the names are randomly pulled from the voter and driver license registration. Everyone is eligible to serve except the following:

  • Persons who have served within the previous two years.
  • Persons under the age of 18.
  • Persons physically or mentally incompetent.  A doctor’s note must be attached to your request.
  • Persons 72 years of age or older are entitled to exemption for a good cause.
  • Non-resident of Edgecombe County.