A Message from Chief Dale Long
Conway is, and has always been my home. I know the quality of life I want for my family, and am committed to bringing it to everyone by ensuring the safety, peace, and opportunities Conway has to offer.
The Conway Police Department strives to daily live up to our motto CPD- Committed, Professional, and Dedicated. We are in a partnership with our community- residents, businesses, and visitors, to offer the highest level of service and assistance. Our authority is vested in us by these very stakeholders, and we work to honor and maintain the trust given to us. I ask you to partner with us, because of our vision: "Together, Building a Better Community"!
The City of Conway Police Department, enjoined in a partnership with the community it serves,
shall provide efficient and professional police services in a fair and impartial manner,
in order to reduce crime and maintain an excellent quality of life for all citizens.
CAPTAIN TAMMY CARTER
LIEUTENANT CHRIS WILLIAMSON
LIEUTENANT TIM CHAPMAN
LIEUTENANT DARREN ALSTON
LIEUTENANT REGGIE HILL
The Conway Police Department realizes that residents' participation in crime prevention programs is essential. The Neighborhood Watch program enables the police and residents to work as partners to prevent crime and to meet the needs of the community. There are currently a number of Crime Watch programs in the City of Conway. If you are interested in establishing a Crime Watch in your neighborhood, you may contact Officer Tyres Nesmith at (843) 248-1790 or by e-mail email@example.com.
- Crime Watch Program Information
- Crime Watch Calendar
The Department host an annual summer program as a way to help combat gang violence and bullying. Camp G.R.E.A.T. is an acronym for gang resistance education and training that teaches skills like communication and resisting violence. The program aims to help children develop an identity outside of violence and build self-esteem. Camp G.R.E.A.T. is program for children grads K - 5. The program will be held at Conway High School. The application deadline is June 3, 2022.
You can find an application by clicking HERE
Merchant Watch Group
BE A PART OF MERCHANT WATCH: For more information, click here.
Senior Watch Program
The Conway Police Department is proud to offer a Senior Watch Program. This program is to assist senior citizens (60 years of age or older) who reside within the city limits of Conway who may live alone, with no means or capacity to leave their home, or do not have friends or family immediately available to check on their well being. This program is intended to provide qualifying residents with a sense of security as well as comfort in knowing that assistance is available. Interested participants should complete an application HERE. If there is no access to a computer, no transportation available, they can call the Conway Police Department to set an appointment for a home visit to complete the application. If you are interested in our Senior Watch Program or want to more information, you may contact Officer Tyres Nesmith at (843) 248-1790 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
For More Information: Senior Watch and Call Pamphlet
Conway Police Department Offers Internet Purchase Exchange Location
The Conway Police Department would like to send a personal invitation out to anyone wanting to use our facility at 1600 Ninth Ave, as a safe location to complete a transaction pertaining to a website or Craigslist. We ask that you use the lobby during business hours, Monday through Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, which is monitored by video surveillance. Our personnel cannot witness or sign legal documents, mediate or give legal advice pertaining to the transaction.
Medication Drop Boxes
The medication collection and disposal program provides a safe disposal location for citizens to properly dispose of unused household medications. A drop box is located inside of our police department which is open 24 hours.
Click HERE for a list of all the medication drop box locations throughout Horry and Georgetown Counties.
Commendations or Complaints
The best way to commend the actions of a police employee is to write a brief letter (or e-mail) describing the incident and the actions you think were exceptional. Information such as the date, time and location will help identify the employee if you do not know his or her name. If you choose not to write, you may ask to speak with the employee’s supervisor and make a verbal commendation. Commendations received by the Chief of Police are forwarded to the employee and his or her personnel file. Although employees do not expect to be thanked for everything they do, recognition of exceptional service is always appreciated.
An inquiry or complaint may be made at any time; however, complaints should be made within a reasonable time after the alleged misconduct occurred to help ensure evidence is still available and recollections of the incident are fresh. To file a complaint, you may contact our office at (843) 248-1790 and ask to speak with a Watch Commander. After the complaint has been received, you will be contacted by a Department supervisor. The complaint review procedure is not intended to resolve or mitigate issues surrounding traffic citations or arrest for which criminal charges have been issued; such matters are to be resolved through the judicial system. More Information.