The Lowell Police Department is responsible for the Public Safety within the city limits of Lowell. Services include, but are not limited to, safeguarding the lives and property of the people we serve, reducing incidences and fear of crime, and the enforcement of traffic laws, and city ordinances.
We are committed to working with the communities to make the City of Lowell a safe and desirable place to live, work, or visit.
Letter from the Police Chief:
Lowell Police Department
Greetings from the Lowell Police Department! We have recently added some new vehicles to our vehicle fleet. You may have already noticed one of them riding around the city which is an All-Wheel Drive Dodge Durango SUV, the other two vehicles added are two Dodge All-Wheel Drive Chargers. We are currently in the process of swapping from white to gray vehicles with blue and white striping. With all three of these vehicles being All-Wheel Drive, this will enable us to have more cars on the roads during adverse weather.
During the recent snow/ice storm, we had some damage to our roof as well as inside the police department. The roof is a flat roof and when the snow/ice started melting the water had nowhere to run off therefore it started leaking inside the police department. The City of Lowell filed an insurance claim at which time the city was issued a check from the insurance company to have the roof completely replaced.
We would also like to welcome aboard to the police department three new officers. We recently had some officers leave the police department which left us with openings that was recently filled. Our new officers are; Jonathan Fulbright, Wayne Hollar and Sable Cranford. Ms. Cranford will be the first full-time female officer that Lowell has ever had. We are excited to have these officers join our team, they will be a great asset to Lowell.
Be safe and remember, we are just a phone call away if needed!
Chief Scott Bates
Golf Cart Permit Process
Pay $25 at City Hall and obtain a paid receipt.
Call Police Department (704-824-8540) to make an appointment for a cart inspection.
Provide Police Department the $25 paid receipt and a current insurance policy covering the cart at time of inspection.