What does CMPD stand for?

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department ( CMPD) is the police department of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, United States, which includes the City of Charlotte.

What is the difference between CMPD and Metro Police?

The North Carolina General Assembly approved legislation combining the two agencies. The CMPD is by statute county police in that it has jurisdiction anywhere in Mecklenburg County. The unique status of this situation makes the CMPD metro police.

What happened to the CMPD officer who was hit by a car?

Just days after a suspect led a reckless chase through the city, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department says a driver accused of striking a CMPD officer ended up leading a chase into South Carolina Friday afternoon. CMPD said on Twitter that an officer with the Steele Creek division received “minor scrapes” after a suspect hit him with a car.

How many police officers does CMPD have in 2020?

As of 2020, the department consisted of 475 unsworn and 1,982 sworn personnel, including 1 chief of police, five deputy chiefs, 14 majors, 35 captains, 45 lieutenants, 157 sergeants, and 1,725 detectives and officers. CMPD officers are issued the Smith and Wesson M&P .40.

What happened to CMPD vehicle with heavy rear-end damage?

A CMPD vehicle with heavy rear-end damage was spotted off the side of the interstate and several officers could be seen surrounding an ambulance before it left for the hospital.

What happened to the second CMPD vehicle on the scene?

Around 5:45 a.m., Channel 9 crews spotted a second CMPD vehicle on the scene that was also heavily damaged. Investigators could be seen taking photos and collecting evidence.

How did a Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer die in a crash?

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer with the University Division was killed in a serious crash involving a tractor trailer early Wednesday morning in North Charlotte on I-85 South, that’s according to CMPD Chief Johnny Jennings.

Who is the man accused of trying to run over a cop?

A suspect accused of trying to run over a Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer with a stolen car has been arrested, police said. The officer fired shots at a car after the driver tried to hit him on March 15, CMPD said. The driver, Carneal Robinson, 34, was arrested April 12.

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