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Durham North Carolina Police Station Address: 516 Rigsbee Ave, Durham, NC 27701, United States


6 hours ago
#Durham Police Chief C.J. Davis and Officer J.J. Barazandeh addressing media today about Barazandeh’s icy creek rescue on Wednesday. @1cjdcop @WRAL @ABC11_WTVD @newsobserver @SpecNewsRDU @WNCN https://t.co/beBARK1Z5G

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Durham Police Department3 hours ago

The Durham Police Department has received several reports during the last few weeks about armed robberies that have happened during transactions involving Craigslist, the Letgo app and other similar apps. This week officers responded to a robbery and a possible attempted robbery involving these transactions on Troy Street. We urge everyone to be careful when participating in these transactions. Here are some safety tips provided by the DPD – http://bit.ly/2DSlJTY

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Durham Police Department2 days ago

It has stopped snowing and the sun is out, but the roads, especially the side ones, are still hazardous today. City and county services as well as NCDOT are working on clearing the roads, but we advise people not to drive if possible.

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Durham Police Department2 days ago

Durham Police Cpl. J.J. Barazandeh was in the right place at the right time Wednesday afternoon to pull two women out of a freezing creek after their car ran down an embankment during a snowstorm. Officers were dispatched to the call in the 2600 block of Dearborn Drive shortly after 1 p.m. and Cpl. Barazandeh was the first person on the scene. He saw two women – one in her 30s and one in her 60s – clinging to the door jamb of a fully submerged car. The women, who were waist deep in the water, were waving their arms and calling for help.

Cpl. Barazandeh did not hesitate to help the women. He took off his duty belt and jumped into the icy creek, which was at the bottom of a steep embankment. He was able to reach the car and guide both women, floating them on their stomachs, to the shoreline. By that time, two passing motorists had stopped and helped pull the women and Cpl. Barazandeh to safety.

Paramedics arrived and treated the women. Cpl. Barazandeh dried off, took a hot shower and quickly returned to work. “It was very numbing,” he said, estimating he had been in the water for approximately four minutes.

Awesome work, Cpl. Barazandeh!

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Durham Police Department shared The Herald-Sun’s video.2 days ago

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Kids, Durham Police Department and snowballs? A winning combination!
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Durham Police Department2 days ago

Durham police have received several reports of slick roads throughout the city this morning. There have been 13 traffic accidents reported in the city since 7:30 a.m. today. Six of those accidents involved injuries, but there have been no reports of major injuries. There have also been numerous reports of vehicles sliding off roads and getting stuck. The Durham Police Department continues to urge all residents to avoid travel, if possible.

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Durham Police Department3 days ago

The roads are rapidly being covered with snow. We are asking motorists to be safe and stay off the roads unless it is an emergency. Also, due to deteriorating winter conditions, City of Durham offices, including Durham City Hall and all non-emergency operations, are now closed on Wed., Jan. 17. At this point, the City of Durham is planning a delayed opening on Thurs., Jan. 18 at 11 a.m.

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Durham Police Department2 weeks ago

Phone Scam Alert

The Durham Police Department (DPD) has received reports of scammers posing as DPD officers. Typically the criminals involved in the fraud schemes try to convince potential victims that they have warrants or unpaid fines, and ask them to send money to an account.

The criminals are calling from a phone number with a “560” prefix and there have been reports that that caller IDs made it appear that calls were coming from the Durham Police Department.

The DPD never calls anyone to demand payment, and is not involved in collection to avoid arrest.

Anyone who receives a call from someone posing as a DPD officer and requesting personal information or demanding payment is best advised to simply hang up. Under no circumstances should they transfer any funds or provide any personal information.

Residents with information that could lead to an arrest should contact the Durham Police Department’s Fraud Unit at (919) 560-4440.