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home 312 N Church St, Salisbury, NC 28144, USA
phone (704) 633-1118

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Rowan County Jail


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: unknown
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Full-Time Staff: 49
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(704) 216-8770

Rowan County Sheriff's Office
Rowan County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos to the album: RCSO's Most Wanted.Saturday, May 20th, 2017 at 12:55am
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Rowan County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, May 19th, 2017 at 1:09am
Veterans: Dial Carefully to Avoid This Scam

This scam exploits the Veterans Choice Program, a government initiative that allows some vets to use health care providers outside the VA system. The program has a toll-free telephone number that vets and their families can use to check their eligibility. Crooks have set up a telephone number that is almost identical, which they are publicizing in a letter to veterans.

Vets who call the fake number are told they are entitled to a rebate if they provide a credit card number. There’s no rebate, but charges will be made against the credit card account. The family of a North Carolina veteran received the letter and contacted our office about this scam. Fortunately they did not fall for it.

Scammers commonly utilize look-alikes (logos and fonts that are similar to those used by real companies, agencies, and charities) and sound-alikes (names that are similar to the real thing) to trick us. In this instance, the “hook” is a telephone number that is very close to the actual number.

Don’t let scammers claim a victory at your expense. If you are a vet, or you are helping a vet access health care, remember:
• Dial carefully. The REAL Veterans Choice Program number is 866-606-8198.
• Hang up. Not sure you are on the line with the actual Veterans Choice Program? Hang up and start over.
• Be skeptical. No government agency, including the VA, will ask for your personal financial account information in this way. If the person on the phone does, they may not be who they say they are.
If you are contacted by a scammer, report it to the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division by calling 1-877-5-NO-SCAM or by filing a complaint online.

This message brought to you on behalf of North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein.
Rowan County Sheriff's Office
Rowan County Sheriff's Office shared a link.Saturday, April 29th, 2017 at 10:43pm
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Rowan County Sheriff's Office shared a link.Tuesday, April 25th, 2017 at 8:38am
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Rowan County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, April 14th, 2017 at 6:42am

4/12/2017 9:49:49 AM

The rules have changed – learn how to tell a fake IRS agent from a real one

For years we’ve been warning you about phony IRS agents who call, trying to convince you that you owe back taxes. To help you spot these scammers, we told you that the IRS won’t contact you by phone.

But starting this month, Congress is requiring the IRS to hire private debt collectors. Four legitimate debt collection companies will be contacting taxpayers by phone.

So how can you tell if the person on the phone is an IRS scammer, or someone who really is calling on behalf of the U.S. Government? Here are some tips:
• Before your debt is turned over to a private debt collector, the IRS will send you multiple letters. Unless there is a problem with your mail delivery, you should receive them before a private debt collector calls. If you haven’t, the person on the line is probably a scammer.
• If the caller threatens you with a lawsuit, arrest, or physical harm, or demands immediate payment over the phone, it’s a scammer.
• If the initial contact with you about your alleged debt is by text, email, or social media, it’s a scammer.
• A debt collector working for the government will require your payment to be made at IRS.gov, or via a check made out to the U.S. Treasury that is mailed directly to the IRS. If they want you to pay your debt any other way, including prepaid debit, iTunes or gift cards, it’s a scammer.

This message brought to you on behalf of North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein.
Rowan County Sheriff's Office
Rowan County Sheriff's Office added a new photo to the album: RCSO Camps.Friday, March 31st, 2017 at 5:15am