Location Info:Please take a look at the following maps to get a better idea about distances to Fort Bragg and Camp McCall. Click on the link below each map for a more detailed view (driving time is ~ 20min shorter than indicated by Google™).
Pinehurst / Southern Pines - Fort Bragg
Whispering Pines - Fort Bragg
Aberdeen - Fort Bragg
Moore County is fortunate to have a low crime rate. The "index rate" includes both violent crime and property crime.
2008 Crime Rates:
- Compare Moore County’s crime index rate of 29.8 per 1,000 residents to those in the counties surrounding Moore:
Chatham County = 23.1
Cumberland County (Fayetteville) = 75.4
Harnett County = 40.0
Hoke County = 27.1
Lee County (Sanford) = 36.5
Montgomery County = 37.3
Randolph County (Asheboro) = 35.0
Richmond County (Rockingham) = 58.3
Scotland County = 55.3
- Compare Moore County’s crime index rate of 29.8 per 1,000 residents to those in North Carolina’s metropolitan counties:
Durham County (Durham) = 63.0
Forsyth County (Winston-Salem) = 65.2
Guilford County (Greensboro) = 59.4
Mecklenburg County (Charlotte) = 68.6
Wake County (Raleigh) = 30.7
Source: NC Department of Justice crime statisticsClick here for School Information
Moore County is a safe place to live and work, with amenities easily rivaling those available in metropolitan areas, but without the crime and congestion.
Moore County offers a relaxed and peaceful environment for living, working and playing.