1-251-246-4484 350 Commerce Street Jackson, AL 36545

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As Jackson Police Officers
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OUR MISSION

We will work diligently
To provide a sense of public safety and security to all our citizens. We will display concern and compassion to all victims... Read More

Office Hours

Sunday
By Appointment
Saturday
By Appointment
Monday - Friday
8:00am to 5:00pm

Emergency Help

If you need immediate assistance please dial 911 for emergencies.

For non emergency assistance please call our office number: 1-251-246-4484

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Chief Jerry Taylor

Protecting and Serving Jackson

Chief Jerry Taylor began his career with the city of Mobile in 1988 and was there for seven years before transitioning to the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office. In 2005 he became the Creola Police Chief. He also assumed the duties of directing public safety for the police and fire departments in Mt. Vernon. He held both positions until he was hired in Jackson at the end of 2016

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We Serve the Greatest People Anywhere

Dep Chief Richard Harvey

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Lieutenant Jason Thomas

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Lieutenant Mike Hunt

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Sergeant Dexter Hunt

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Sergeant Francis Fleming

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Sgt Jonathan Downey

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Sgt N."Buzz" Jordan

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Ofc Terry "Lee" Hutto

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CPL Chris Shoultz

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Officer Darrell Jackson

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Corporal Chad Morris

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CPL John "JT" Moore

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Officer Abby Headley

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Officer Daniel "Shawn" Scott

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Officer Brent Dukes

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Officer Mark Leon

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Ofc Anthony Phillips SR

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Officer Dewayne Smith

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Our Dispatchers

Meet About Our Friendly R.C.O Staff
Tonya Horton Radio Control Operator
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Janice Coates Radio Control Operator
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Amber Baugh Radio Control Operator
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Marcieda Abrams Radio Control Operator
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R.C.O. Supervisor



Stephanie McIntosh is the R.C.O. Supervisor as well as the Administrative Assistant and Records Clerk. "If you kneed it then ask Stephanie!"

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Frequent Questions

Can an Officer demand my I.D.?

A:See, Code of Alabama, 1975, section 15-5-30

Section 15-5-30: Authority of peace officer to stop and question. "A sheriff or other officer acting as sheriff, his deputy or any constable, acting within their respective counties, any marshal, deputy marshal or policeman of any incorporated city or town within the limits of the county or any highway patrolman or state trooper may stop any person abroad in a public place whom he reasonably suspects is committing, has committed or is about to commit a felony or other public offense and may demand of him his name, address and an explanation of his actions."

Can an Officer search for a weapon?

A:See, Code of Alabama, 1975, section 15-5-31

Section 15-5-31: Search for dangerous weapon; procedure if weapon or other thing found. "When a sheriff or other officer acting as sheriff, his deputy or any constable, acting within their respective counties, any marshal, deputy marshal or policeman of any incorporated city or town within the limits of the county or any highway patrolman or state trooper has stopped a person for questioning pursuant to this article and reasonably suspects that he is in danger of life or limb, he may search such person for a dangerous weapon. If such officer finds such a weapon or any other thing, the possession of which may constitute a crime, he may take and keep it until the completion of the questioning, at which time he shall either return it, if lawfully possessed, or arrest such person."

Do I automatically lose my license when I get arrested for DUI?

A:Under Alabama law, police officers can take your license away at the time of arrest. You have 10 days to request a hearing to prevent the suspension process. You must consult a lawyer immediately to ensure that you comply with all legal guidelines and make the best attempt at keeping your license.

What happens if I refuse to take a Breathalyzer test?

A:Alabama’s implied consent law mandates that all drivers take a chemical test to determine the level of drugs or alcohol in their system. Refusal to submit to a blood, urine or breath test results in an automatic 90-day license suspension and can also lead to jail time.

What is the effect of a DUI on my insurance?

A:DUI convictions will likely have significant negative effects on your auto insurance. Insurance companies often cancel policies or rewrite policies to incorporate astronomical premiums. High-risk insurance is often costly and prevents many drivers from being able to afford coverage.

Our Location

We are located in the heart of the Pine City. We are in center of historical downtown Jackson beside the City Hall. 
Jackson Police Department 350 Commerce Street
Jackson, AL 36545
USA
1-251-246-4484