The members of the New Bern Police Department are proud of the patch they wear. More than a uniform decoration, the patch shows a connection to the past with a dedication to the future. Residents residing within the continental US can contact Christina Riley, at (252)672-4131 or send an email to request a patch.
Registration for the Police Athletic League (PAL) is now open and will remain open until September 30, 2016. The New Bern Police Department participates in three sports as part of the PAL Basketball, Lacrosse and Baseball.
PAL Summer Basketball Program
The PAL AAU Basketball Team consist of 12 players, ages 13 under that plays in basketball events year round. The PAL Basketball Team will play at various venues to include Stanley White Recreation Center and cities in the local region, dates and times to be determined. The team will be competing against AAU teams, other PAL teams in nearby cities and in the New Bern Recreation Summer Basketball League. The goal of the PAL Basketball Program is to focus on academics via mentorship and structured activities.
NBPD Lacrosse Program
The NBPD PAL Team will play in the East Carolina Youth Lacrosse League (ECYLL) which is the governing organization for six different youth lacrosse associations in eastern North Carolina. Founded in the spring of 2004 by Mr. Fred McFarlin and Dr. Art Klose, the mission of ECYLL is to bring organizations together as an effective means to grow the game of lacrosse. ECYLL is an active member of the North Carolina Chapter of US Lacrosse and continues to introduce young boys, from ages U 9, to the game of lacrosse every year. The Team will consist of 24 players and start practice/play in the 2016/2017 NBPD Lacrosse season.
NBPD Baseball Program
The NBPD Baseball Program will consist of 15 players ages 11 under, and will play in the Babe Ruth/Church Little League. Players will learn to build and refine their fundamental skills while beginning to understand game strategy and teamwork. In most regions, these participants will experience their first post-season tournament competition in this level.
You can register by coming to the New Bern Police Department between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. or you can click the link and return the registration to the New Bern Police Department at 601 George St New Bern, NC 28560.
If you have questions, please contact Detective William Hollowell (252)672-4279
Registration for Project Positive Focus (PPF) is now open through September 30. PPF was implemented in May 2005, when a group of community leaders, parents, citizens and members of the department met regarding “gang related activities.” Officers walked away from that meeting with the thought of providing a structured program for teens ages 13-18. Teens meet once a month year around and participate in numerous prevention and educational programs including:
ECU Football Games, ECU Basketball, Bowling, Kings Dominion , Adopt-A-Highway, Leadership Development Course ,SAT Prep/Study Skills, College Tours, Budgeting , Bingo Night, Computer Skills (Basics), Interview Skills , Peer Pressure, Bullying Program , Social Needs, and Team Building Obstacle Course and social outings.
You can register by coming to the New Bern Police Department between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. or you can click the link below and return the registration to the New Bern Police Department at 601 George St New Bern, NC 28560.
For more information contact Detective William Hollowell at (252)672-4279 or Officer Hughes at (252)672-4287.