The Coats Police Department provides a free property security check for citizens who will be away from their residence for an extended period, not to exceed 30 days. This program is a public service to help safeguard citizens' property and allow the department to notify homeowners in the event of a problem regarding their residence.
As part of the program, registered homes are periodically checked by the department during the homeowner's absence. Police officers patrol the property to ensure the home is secure and that the windows and doors are locked and undamaged. If an officer discovers that the residence has been broken into or a crime has occurred, the designated “emergency contact” will be notified so the residence can be secured and appropriate police action taken. This service does not include feeding animals, watering plants, picking up mail and/or newspapers or similar types of activity. Residents are required to call the Coats Police Department once they return home.
The following homes are not eligible for this service:
In order for a citizen to qualify for this program, the following must be met:
Please download the Property Check Form and submit the completed, signed form by delivering or mailing it to the Coats Police Department at 25 East Main Street Coats, North Carolina 27521. If you are unable to download the form, you may come to the Coats Police Department to pick up a form.