Captain Davis, along with Capt. Jane Evans, oversees the Detention Facility Operations. There are currently 68 Detention Officers including 22 female, 2 Transportation Officers, 2 Work Crew Officers and 2 Jail K-9s.
- The Transportation Officers are responsible for transporting inmates to and from court, including inmates in other counties that may have a court date in Brunswick County. They also assist the Road Patrol Deputies with involuntary commitment transports.
- The Work Crew Officers have a group of 10-12 inmates that are responsible for cleaning up the roadside. Sgt. Larry Long determines the locations in the most need of being cleaned up. The inmates must meet the following criteria to qualify:
- Child Support or Minor Misdemeanor offense
- Cannot be an escape risk, and
- No history of assault or violent behavior
- The K-9’s in the jail are responsible for ensuring that no illegal drugs or contraband are brought into the Detention Facility.
The Detention Officers work rotating 12 hour shifts consisting of 1 Sergeant, 2 Corporals and 13 Detention Officers per shift.
The Detention Center operates off of a $6,403,611 budget. There are a total of 440 beds including 80 female and 28 segregation beds. The average population at this time is about 250.