Terry S. Johnson
Physical Location & Mailing Address
109 S Maple St
Graham, N.C. 27253
To serve, protect, and defend the citizens of Alamance County against all unlawful activities that may arise. We will operate within the laws of the State of North Carolina and the United States of America. We will ensure that justice will be our guide and the well being of our citizens our goal. We will serve with compassion and dignity and exhibit the best qualities of public service. We will ever be vigilant, ensuring that law enforcement will not be about race, status or power but about protecting our families and serving all citizens of Alamance County.
If you are interested in employment with the sheriff’s office, our employment application is available on the forms page as two separate forms – both of which are required. The forms page is accessible via the menu at the top of this page.
Employee Feedback (Complaints/Praise)
You may file a complaint against or commend a deputy/employee by filling out the form linked below and submitting it via one of the following methods: in person at the physical location address listed above, traditional mail to the physical location address listed above, or by email to the following address: ACSO@alamance-nc.com
Usted puede presentar una queja contra un oficial/empleado, llenando el siguiente formulario y haciéndolo en persona en la Oficina del Sheriff del Condado de Alamance o puede enviarlo por correo electrónico a la siguiente dirección: ACSO@alamance-nc.com
If your complaint is urgent please contact the supervisor on duty at 336-570-6777.
Si su queja es urgente por favor comuníquese con el supervisor de servicio al 336-570-6777.
If you are interested in attending the Sheriff’s Citizen Academy, the brochure/application is available on the forms page which is accessible via the menu at the top of this page.
Policy and Procedure Manual
The Alamance County Sheriff’s Office policy and procedure manual is available to the public on the forms page which is accessible via the menu at the top of this page.
I.C.E. Victim Notification
The Immigrations and Customs Enforcement division of the Department of Homeland Security maintains a valuable resource intended to notify victims and witnesses of crimes as to the status of criminal alien offenders; it can be accessed here: dhs.gov/victim-notification-program