Monday, January 14, 2013

SPD Offers Virtual Access To Reports

New website gives citizens quick access to accident and incident reports and arrests.

Citizens looking for accident reports, incident reports, or arrests can now find information in seconds thanks to, a brand new website just launched by the Sanford Police Department (SPD).

This new initiative is designed to make it easier for people to track reports in real-time, explains Police Chief Ronnie Yarborough. The site will also enable police representatives to work and communicate more efficiently, Yarborough says.

P2CSanfordNC gives the public the ability to search and print reports for “events” – accidents, incidents, or arrests – by location, name, or date. The public can also browse through a daily bulletin of all events or scroll through all recent arrests. Reports dating back to January 2011 are available.

Our Goal: Ease & Transparency

“The City of Sanford is taking full advantage of the internet to make our citizens’ lives easier, especially after an accident or incident when quick access to reports could help speed along insurance or other claims,” says Hal Hegwer, City Manager. “The site will also help everyone stay informed about any criminal activity in the neighborhoods where they live and work.”

“Making this information easily accessible will enable the public to better protect themselves, their families, and their property,” Yarborough notes. “P2CSanfordNC is a great way for citizens to join in the effort to make our neighborhoods and communities even safer,” he says.

Start Using P2C Now

The P2C website is currently online and open to the public. To quickly retrieve specific reports, visitors can enter the case number assigned to them when they filed their report. New reports are usually added within 48 hours of being filed.

For more information about P2CSanfordNC or to report problems, contact Bonnie Cummings at

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