Youth Academy

Tours of the Holly Springs Law Enforcement Center 

The Holly Springs Police Department encourages and may grant tours to public organizations; youth, school and church groups; news media; community leaders; law enforcement; and other corrections professionals for academic, educational, or professional purposes.

Tours of the Holly Springs Law Enforcement Center are available by appointment only, and are currently scheduled on Wednesdays at 10 a.m. or Thursdays at 5 p.m.

Any person requesting a tour should be aware of the following:

• Tours are subject to cancellation without notice by the Watch Commander should it be determined that safety and/or staffing levels are inadequate to conduct tours for the day.
• The number of persons permitted on a tour will be determined at the discretion of the Watch Commander. Groups that exceed ten (10) persons will be divided into smaller groups.

Groups and organizations wishing to schedule a tour may contact Jamie Pereira at (919) 567-4703 or by email at 

Drop Box for Discarding Medicine


  • Contact (919) 552-7110
Keeping prescription medicine out of the wrong hands has become easier with a drop box that will remain in the front lobby of police headquarters. Drop off unwanted medicine between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. any weekday. If necessary, you may call to arrange for a different disposal time.

McGruff the Crime Dog

  McGruff the Crime Dog can appear at school, community events, and on other occasions where he can help spread the word about child safety and crime prevention. Through McGruff's interaction with kids, Holly Springs police hope to get parents more involved in crime prevention efforts such as Community Watch.

To schedule an appearance by McGruff, contact Lt. Robert Parrish. Please give two to four weeks notice.