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Huntsville Alabama Police Station Address: 2105 Mastin Lake Rd NE, Huntsville, AL 35810, United States


Huntsville Police Department

Huntsville, “The Rocket City”, is located in North Alabama. The Huntsville Police Department is located near the City’s downtown business and historic districts. Huntsville has 3 Police Precincts, 427 sworn officers, 210 civilian personnel, and patrols an area of 213 square miles.

The City of Huntsville, one of the fastest growing cities in the country, has a population of more than 190,000. Huntsville is governed by a mayor and a city council consisting of five council members elected by districts.

The Huntsville Police Department is a “Professional Law Enforcement Organization” utilizing modern technology, state of the art equipment and comprehensive training techniques. The Department is an internationally accredited law enforcement agency through the “Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement” (CALEA).

The Huntsville Police Department employs individuals of diverse backgrounds, education and experience. Candidates for employment are recruited from all areas of the country and from all walks of life.

“COURAGE, INTEGRITY and PROFESSIONALISM” is a motto in which we take great pride throughout our career as law enforcement officers.

Mission

The Huntsville Police Department will serve our community by protecting life, liberty, property and defending the constitutional rights of all people with compassion, fairness, integrity, and professionalism.

Vision

The Huntsville Police Department will provide the highest quality police services to our community and partner with our community to identify and resolve problems. We will constantly evaluate and improve our efforts to enhance public safety and improve the quality of life for all people in Huntsville.

We will fulfill this vision by being efficient and firm in our pursuit of justice, tempered with empathy, compassion, and a conscientious respect for the diverse community we serve. We will execute our duties in an impartial, ethical, and professional manner. We will never stray from our path.

Core Values

Professionalism: We strive for excellence in our dedication to duty and our quality of service by adhering to the highest standards of the police profession.

Integrity: We exhibit honesty and character through ethical conduct and moral behavior in our personal and professional lives.

Courage: We pursue the mental, physical, and moral strength to resist opposition, withstand danger, fear, and adversity in the performance of our duty.

Knowledge: We seek truth, awareness, and understanding through education, experience, and training.

Compassion: We treat every person with respect and we demonstrate an empathetic understanding in our efforts to serve them.

Accountability: We hold ourselves accountable for our performance and conduct; individually, to each other, our Department, our Government, and our Community.

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Coffee with the Chiefs April 25, 2018, IHOP in Madison.

Members of the Huntsville Police and Madison Police Departments would like to invite community members to join both Chief Mark McMurray and Chief Dave Jernigan for morning coffee, on April 25, 2018, at 7:00 A. M. Both Chiefs and members of the Huntsville and Madison Police Departments will be at the IHop Restaurant, located at 8622 US Highway 72 West, Madison, AL 35758 to enjoy a cup of coffee and fellowship with members of our amazing communities. Please join us for coffee and conversation.

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The HPD K-9 Unit will be on their way to the USPCA 2018 National Field Trials this September and they have T-shirts available. T-shirts are $10 and all proceeds will benefit the USPCA 2018 National Field Trials.

Payments can be made to any handler or through PayPal @ joseph.jenkins@huntsvilleal.gov

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This week the Recruitment Team received a Unit Citation from the Chief. They also instructed recruits through the PT portion of the hiring process. Curious what some of the obstacles look like? Take a look through some photos and tag someone that should put in for the next process!- Your Recruitment Team

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Effective drug enforcement is a joint effort. Law Enforcement leaders and supervisors from the GCHIDTA Drug Task Force met for their quarterly board meeting this past week. Chief McMurray, Chief Allen of Decatur and Sherriff Dorning were among the law enforcement executives present.

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OFFICER KEITH EARLE was born on June 10,1971 in Huntsville, AL to Ms. Anna Earle and the late Mr. Sharrow Washington.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Eddie and Flora Earle Sr. He departed this life on April 9, 2018 at Huntsville Hospital.

Keith confessed his hope in Christ on December 26, 2004 and joined the Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church, where he served faithfully as church videographer and photographer.

Keith was a very outgoing person who loved serving others. His greatest passion and hobbies were working with his hands fixing, repairing and building things from the ground up. He was sought after by so many people requesting projects that he was given the nickname “Bob the Builder” and “Jack of all trades”.

Keith was a people person who never met a stranger. He was also an encourager and motivator to not only his family but to the people in the community that he served daily.

Officer Keith Earle was a faithful servant for 25 plus years with the Huntsville Police Department. Keith was the youngest but most courageous Police Cadet in the 35th session police academy in June 1992. During Keith’s service with the Huntsville City Police Department, he received several Certificates of Commendation for: Outstanding Community Policing, Outstanding Performance and Professionalism and was a recipient of one of the Department’s highest awards the Life Saving Medal.

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“Due to the untimely death of our fellow Law Enforcement Officer Keith Earle, I am requesting all sworn HPD Law Enforcement Officers to join me in honoring his service by draping your badge. We will begin draping badges immediately until midnight on the date of the burial. Keep the Earle family in your prayers and we will make sure any requested assistance is shared” ~ Chief Mark McMurray